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on 21 March 2016
Not the best I've heard but ok: If you really want some hard rocking uriah heep you'd be good to buy one that has tracks like universal wheels and words in the distance on it- I bought a double compilation and still play it regularly 20 years on!
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on 30 July 2010
I am a relatively new UH fan and got this CD as one of several on special offer when picking from their back catalogue. Unlike some of the other reviewers here, I like a lot of the tracks on the CD - not the prog magnificence of Demons and Wizards granted, but a more US radio friendly outing would be my observation. This is great to listen to while driving or working on the computer as it's mainly upbeat. Fortunately, if Amazon have the sampling facility available when you read this, you can check for yourself to see if you like the sound. Give it a chance.
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TOP 500 REVIEWERon 8 December 2008
what were the band thinking when the recorded this dross,although the fact that it was mixed in a garden shed if my memory serves me correct(according to mick box) and severe mis management by the label it a wonder it was released,still a pointer for the future was trevor bolders quality as a producer,he would get better as would the songs.
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on 21 February 2010
This album is a lot lighter than other Heep releases. It shows the group stretching and thinking outside of the usual comfort zones. It doesn't play safe.
So if it is a heavy and umble Heep release you want - look else where, however if you enjoy a varied and strangely dark (comercial?) sounding album you should give this a try.
It's Heep - but not as we know it and I like it!!
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on 16 March 2009
The record company were in financial trouble and needed UH to get something out quick. This poor release was the result which, due to the financial situation, Heep had to produce themselves.

Different World and Cross That Line are 7 out of 10 tracks but the rest is simply bland.

Best avoided.Different World
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on 26 March 2012
This is still recognisably Uriah Heep, but in its new and enduring era. A good album and evidence that you can't keep a good band down.
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on 21 February 2016
The Cd is amazing.!!
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