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|3.||The Shadows and the Wind||4:27|
|5.||The Easy Road||2:43|
|6.||Something Or Nothing||2:56|
|7.||I Won't Mind||5:59|
|8.||We Got We||3:39|
|Total Running Time:||37:40|
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|From: Remastered Reason||Date: July 27, 2010 at 19:02|
|The band was flying high from their previous three commercially successful studio albums, along with their double live concert recording release of early 1973. Still, Heep had much to prove as they could not rest on their past merits, at least according to their manager at the time, Gerry Bron, & quickly rushed to release new product. Resultingly, the record may have suffered somewhat, particularly in their progressive style as the usual last track to slot previous Heeps records had been reserved for their lenghty workouts. However, not here. In fact, neither of the last two songs that grace this album are questionable at best. Overall though, Wonderworld is an interesting album. Wonderworld, the song, was conceived & penned by Heep's main lyrical source, keyboardist & guitarist Ken Hensley as well as most of the material. Byron again delivers superior vocals on the title track & well, mostly everywhere as usual. Noteably on the ballad, "The Shadows & The Wind", the band incorporate th|
|From: Remastered Reason||Date: July 27, 2010 at 19:03|
|Noteably on the ballad, "The Shadows & The Wind", the band incorporate their trademark vocal harmonies with precision, to the extreme delight of these ears. An even better Heep ballad "The Easy Road", albeit short but sweet, with it's piano & orchestral arrangement, appears here & may be one of the bands best ever. Also, in particular, guitarist Mick Box offers an awesome wah wah solo on the bluesy "I Won't Mind". On the flipside, the menacing "Suicidal Man", playful "Something or Nothing", & hammond heavy bar room boogie romp "So Tired" help rescue the album from being lightweight. This longest, most consistant tenured line-up to date would begin one more musical platter within the next year before tragedy would strike.|
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