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Category: Hard Rock
Label: Legacy Records
Catalog Number: LLCD 137
|1.||Blood On Stone|
|2.||Which Way Will The Wind Blow|
|3.||All God's Children|
|4.||All For One|
|6.||Step By Step|
|9.||One On One|
|10.||Cross That Line|
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|From: rene||Date: January 28, 2006 at 17:46|
|A very good cd that any URIAH HEEP fan will like. A mix between 70s URIAH HEEP and 80s URIAH HEEP. One of their best albums ever. Dont look at the date of release(1991) because its pure 70s+80s.|
|From: Remastered Reason||Date: January 30, 2006 at 0:32|
|An extension of the "Raging Silence" album yet a very commercial effort with all the songs being purely AOR sounding Heep. Some being slightly heavier than others. There are no progressive tracks here which characterized their sound from the early days. "Blood On Stone", sets the tone for the album, which is a fast paced, keyboard dominated rocker with great harmony vocals. The Remastered version from Castle Communications (1998) contains 3 bonus tracks not listed here.|
|From: Remastered Reason||Date: March 4, 2009 at 19:26|
|Easily the smoothest of any Heep album. The 2006 expanded deluxe edition contains 4 bonus tracks not included here.|
|From: Remastered Reason||Date: July 27, 2010 at 19:10|
|If one never heard a Uriah Heep tune before & played this album, the probable response would be that it is undoubtedly generic but catchy as they come. Truth be told,"Different World" is actually quite a pleasure to hear but, for sure, it's not the trademark Heep sound many old school fans are used to. The album flows flawlessly, each tune trying to outshine the previous one. Surprisingly, it is due to the impeckable production by none other than the bands own bassist Trevor Bolder. "Blood on Stone" is the rocking highlight, while "Which Way The Wind Blows" would probably have been the single had the band been favored to have one. Actually, any song here cold have proved to be a hit because of the AOR direction of the album. "All God's Children" continues the sleek sound & is fairly inventive with the choir vocal chorous. The infectiously groove oriented album closes with another foot tapper, "Stand Back". In general, each album since the heavy hitting comeback album Aboming, Heep lean|
|From: Remastered Reason||Date: July 27, 2010 at 19:11|
|Heep leaned more towards being radio friendly. A decade after almost calling it quits, Box & company accomplished that mission intentionally or otherwise. Most likely, there was no plan & Heep had just morphed with the times. A countless number of huge bands from the 70's like Aerosmith to Whitesnake were able to revive their careers in the late 80's by similarly producing such platters for the masses. For them it worked yet despite the poilshed tunes that Heep offered, this album was lost amid record label struggles. To compound problems, longtime fans who did hear it were sorely shaken of the new material & largely disappointed. In trying to become relevant, it seems the whole situation backfired & in 1991, Heep couldn't be more irrelevant. They would return somewhat to their trademark sound on the next record but it would take another several years for it to appear.|
|From: rick kerch vzla||Date: July 16, 2014 at 19:45|
|Hard Rock with some AOR influence in it...a pleasant release ...best tracks for me are 2,4,5,6,7 & 11...85/100|
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