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Artist: Uriah Heep

Title: Sonic Origami

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Uriah Heep Sonic Origami Album Cover


Category: AOR

Year: 1998

Label: Eagle Records

Catalog Number: EAGCD043


Mick Box lead guitar, vocals
Lee Kerslake drums, vocals
Bernie Shaw lead vocals
Trevor Bolder bass, vocals
Phil Lanzon keyboards, vocals


1.  Between Two Worlds  6:29
2.  I Hear Voices  3:55
3.  Perfect Little Heart  5:17
4.  Heartless Land  4:44
5.  Only the Young  4:43
6.  In the Moment  6:23
7.  Question  5:26
8.  Change  6:02
9.  Shelter from the Rain  6:10
10.  Everything in Life  3:15
11.  Across the Miles  5:13
12.  Feels Like  4:37
13.  The Golden Palace  8:29
14.  Sweet Pretender Bonus Track  4:50
Total Running Time:  75:33

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Existing comments about this CD

From: Carlomagno Date: July 26, 2003 at 10:44
Havenīt heard this record already, but Dan please put the reviews for the discs 'Abominog' 'Head First' and 'Equator' from the 80īs, all of them are remastered with extra tracks, and they are excellent and classics, like some kind of heavy Foreigner, they kick ass!!

From: Gar Date: July 28, 2003 at 16:02
HEEP are my all-time favorite band. 'Sonic Origami' has some great stuff. A bit overlong, perhaps, but there aren't any duds on this either. 'Across the Miles' is a cover of the Survivor tune.

From: XLNT Date: August 3, 2003 at 14:09
I never really cared for Uriah Heep, and picked up this one because I'm going to a Uriah Heep/Deep Purple double billed concert. Surprise, surprise...the album is XLNT. I expected hard rock, but this is pure progressive AOR from a seasoned band. Solid songwriting skills and very nice production. This release has several gems. 'Heartless Land' and 'Question' beeing two of my favourits.

From: arjan Date: February 19, 2004 at 12:05
Classic melodic rock from the well-crafted epic Between two worlds right down to The Golden Place, which could have benefitted from some heavy guitars at the end. I can't wait untill the next album!

From: AOR freaky Date: May 10, 2004 at 5:02
Time that this 'old' band get the credits they deserve ! All releases are more than worth your attention, and this one is a really great release ! Nice !!!

From: who cares? Date: June 8, 2004 at 1:04
where are other UH albums, I mean - previous?

From: Uusiolli Date: August 5, 2004 at 23:11
I think I can't rate this album, since I got this from the band along with signatures and Mick Box's pick after telling they were the first band I saw live,after Abominog, and I also played one note with a guitar during the show. Mick came too close to the edge of the stage teasing you can't touch my guitar. Well I could. Mick even insisted that he remembers that. Sure, after 16 years and God knows how many shows. Unless it has happened just once. Ok, one comment about the record. I don't like B

From: Remastered Reason Date: September 23, 2008 at 21:40
I find some songs on every Heep record to be enjoyable & this offering is no different. "Only the Young" is top notch quality.

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