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  • Audio CD (May 3, 2011)
  • Original Release Date: 2011
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Frontiers Records
  • ASIN: B004NWHVUI
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (37 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #38,062 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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2011 release from the veteran British Heavy Rock band. Into the Wild is Uriah Heep's 23rd studio album which follows the completion of the band's 40th Anniversary Tour. The recording started in January 2010 at Liscombe Park Studios in Buckinghamshire, England. The album includes 11 brand new songs, including some epic additions to the band's huge catalog of Rock classics. Uriah Heep debuted in 1970 with the release of one of Hard Rock music's milestones Very 'eavy... Very 'umble and have since sold in excess of 30 million albums worldwide.

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Do yourself a favor and get this now!
Patrick T. Segriff
The organ sound this band continues to display is fantastic.
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Uriah Heep is their own band, with their own sound.
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30 of 33 people found the following review helpful By Connak on May 3, 2011
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It might be hard to believe but Uriah Heep have been together for over 40 years. Their new album, Into The Wild, is the band's twenty-third studio album, their last being 2009's collection of re-recordings Celebration. Much like their last original studio album, Wake The Sleeper, Uriah Heep show that they are still a powerful driving progressive rock band and almost a rebirth of the band's sound in the 1970's. The band currently consists of singer Bernie Shaw (since 1986), guitarist Mick Box (since 1969, making him the only original member), former David Bowie and Wishbone Ash bassist Trevor Bolder (1977-1981, 1983-present), drummer Russell Gilbrook (since 2007) and keyboardist Phil Lanzon (since 1985). Into The Wild is another great entry in the band's discography.

Into The Wild opens with a very catchy tune called "Nail On The Head". It'll be stuck in your head, for sure. The lyrics are strong as is the music. Bernie Shaw's vocals are superb here and Mick Box delivers a wild guitar solo. The song is great but some people have pointed out something that's hard to ignore: the chorus sounds a bit like the Gap Band's "Oops Upside The Head". I really don't want to see a lawsuit breakout but I'm just putting it out there. "I Can See You" sounds a bit like "So Tired" from 1974's Wonderworld but whatever: the song is good. I love how it's very keyboard/organ driven. The self titled track opens with this droning keyboard sounds that eventually bursts into a fast-fueled rocker. The lyrics warn: "Don't cry little sister" and that there's "Red blood on the white snow". These lyrics create an image in your head, don't they?! "Money Talk" has this absolutely killer "stomping" rocker feel, lead by Russell Gilbrook's drumming and Phil Lanzon's keyboard playing.
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15 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Chris J. Previti on May 7, 2011
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Having been a Heep fan since 1970 and seeing their various ups and downs, I can say without question that this line-up is the most proficient and musically gifted of all. Box and Lanzon have evolved into the Lennon and McCartney of heavy rock. The quality of the compositions on display here are a giant step up from Wake the Sleeper, which had a good amount of great songs but also a few that didn't quite do it for me. Well, the same can't be said for ITW. It's very consistant in it's greatness. The musicianship on this one elevates the Heep from a rock band to a truly world-class outfit. Special notice has to be made of Russell Gilbrook's drumming. This guy is a powerhouse, pushing the band to levels they've never been before. Check out the Lanzon tune "Money Talk". Gilbrook rocks this 6/4 time tune like crazy.
The last twenty-five years together are really paying off for these guys. I can't imagine how much better this band can get. Everyone is sounding great and the mix is nice and punchy. Topping this release is going to be interesting, but getting consistantly better and evolving is something the Heep have been doing for the last quarter century. Long may they rock!
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13 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Rohit R on May 3, 2011
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Into the wild is another terrific album from Uriah heep after the excellent Wake the Sleeper.This album is as good as the excellent albums from the Heep.Each and every song is a classic and this cd is a masterpiece.
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on May 6, 2011
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I've been listening to Uriah Heep for almost 30 years now. I always considered "Magician's Birthday" and "Demons and Wizards" to be Heep's best albums. But after the release of "Into the Wild" my opinion has changed. I've been listening to "Into the Wild" almost exclusively the past 3 weeks and I never tire of this collection of awesome tracks. Their lead singer, Bernie Shaw, doesn't miss a note and gives a "take away your breath" performance in the track entitled "Trail of Diamonds". The rest of the band; Mick, Phil, Russell, and Trevor are flawless. Hopefully, this release will put Uriah Heep back on the map and help make their 2011 United States summer tour a big success. Way to go Heep!
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Patrick T. Segriff on September 26, 2011
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If you are a fan of early to mid seventies bands such as Uriah Heep or Deep Purple, you have to buy this CD.
The current line-up of Uriah Heep have put together the hard rock album of the year in my opinion. Every song on this CD
is fantastic. Great vocals, guitar, organ and drumming. The songs are very well crafted. I can't take this CD out of my player. Do yourself a favor and get this now! You won't be disapointed.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By W. freeman on May 26, 2011
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Hard to believe that Uriah Heep have been at this for nearly 42 years and sound better than ever. Though they have had less than stellar albums at times, nothing has stopped them. Into the Wild is a great energetic triumph of an album for guys that are 60 or pushing close to it. It's really a shame that bands like Iron Maiden, Metallica, Queensryche and the like can't put out a decent album to save there lives and they are much younger. Or their just dried up with success and lack of influence or ideas. I think the limited fan base, and not being HUGE stars is what keeps bands like Uriah Heep kicking. Notable songs (pretty much all), but stand outs are "I Can See You" which take you back to the first album they ever did, and if not for todays modern production would sound just like it. The high range choruses from lead singer Bernie Shaw and the backing vocals from the rest of the band are still in tact. Something else i noticed is you would think your hearing David Byron back from the grave being that Shaw sounds nearly identical. The title track "Into The Wild" really takes you to the Demon's and Wizard days of the band and as i said before, you can barely tell the difference in sound. One of the catchiest tunes is probably "Kiss Of Freedom" which is a great anthem type song much like great ones from Queen, Europe, and some of the many bands from the early 80's, complete with an anthem guitar and keyboard solo. Another thing that gives this album such a boost is the great drumming from Russell Gilbrook, and that's usually a problem with older bands, is when the percussion section becomes old, it makes the rest of the band sound old as well. He's a great drummer and brings tons of talent to the band. And also makes the other players sound full of pep a well.Read more ›
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