Uriah Heep - Look At Yourself

8.7 | 108 votes |
Release date: October 1971
Style: Hard rock


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01. Look At Yourself
02. I Wanna be Free
03. July Morning
04. Tears In My Eyes
05. Shadows Of Grief
06. What Should be Done
07. Love Machine
08. What's Within My Heart [out-take version] [2003 re-release bonus]
09. Why - [extended version] [2003 re-release bonus]
10. Look At Yourself [alternate single version] [2003 re-release bonus]
11. Tears In My Eyes [extended version] [2003 re-release bonus]
12. What Should Be Done [alternate version] [2003 re-release bonus]
13. Look At Yourself [live] [2003 re-release bonus]
14. What Should Be Done [live] [2003 re-release bonus]

Top 20 albums of 1971: 3

Additional info
Look At Yourself [edited version] and What's Within My Heart [out-take version] both appear as bonus tracks on the 1996 re-release.

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There is more than just a hint of progressiveness about this album and yet it never takes this factor to its tedious extremes. Uriah Heep throws into this album a great mix of educated hard rock, great musicianship and shows their skill to the full extent of their abilities through their willingness to experiment.

The vocals on this album are simply spectacular. You won't find yourself reaching for the lyric book as every single word is crisp and clear as day. David Byron has absolutely astonishing range in his voice, whether it's the blood curdling scream near the end of "Shadows of Grief", the ballad harmonies echoed on "July Morning" or simply just the rock 'n' roll ferocity of "Love Machine". He does it all. His band mates help him out on a couple of tracks with some truly beautiful multi-layered harmonisation.

published 05.05.2008 | Comments (6)

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28.02.2013 - 19:27
Rating: 9
July Morning is one of my favourite songs ever. Also the title track is great.

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