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very 'eavy, very 'umble, and very good
on 14 November 2006
This was the first Uriah Heep album that i bought .It was recommended to me some 14 years ago now, having never heard of them or one of their songs , i bought it and was glad i did.
If you like rock music of the early 70's e.g. purple, sabbath, zeppelin, etc, then you'll like this too.
It is a great debut album, the music is very raw and there is a great variety of tunes.
The late David Byron had an amazing voice and vocal range, Mick Box and Ken Hensley both provide top quality guitar and keyboard playing, that along with the rest of the band makes for some great music.
Uriah Heep were slated by the critics and yet have put up with it to this day , still around and still touring !
I give this album 4 stars because its not my favorite U H album,
but that said it is well worth a buy .
So if you've been sitting there for ages wondering what UH are like ? try it , you'll like it .