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|5.||If I Had the Time||5:43|
|Total Running Time:||37:23|
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|From: Remastered Reason||Date: July 27, 2010 at 18:58|
|This album reflects the time well in which Heep were enjoying the fruits of their labor. Nothing here is unacceptable except for the outrageous ending to "Seven Stars where Byron comes off as somewhat robotic, reciting the alphabet frontwards & backwards, with some vocal tricks involved that sounds like helium was used. The battle cry of the title track is merely lukewarm, & mellowing, lacking an overall intensity that keeps it from being a Heep classic. Still, the band found radio success in America with one of their now all-time best anthems "Stealin'". The uplifting "One Day" & beautifully reflective "If I Had The Time" both should rank highly as tunes that any vocalist could look to as a blueprint on how to sing a note. The closing "Pilgrim" is an awkwardly haunting number that seems to be a previous album prog style leftover yet somewhat effective, allowing Box to perform his typical guitar heroics & Byron to bellow his falsetto by songs end. Heep were now internationally successf|
|From: rick kerch vzla||Date: September 14, 2017 at 21:22|
|Decent album in here ..."Seven Stars" is my fave but add to that the nice one "Circus" & "Pilgrim"...80/100|
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