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Look at Yourself

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Media Type: CD
Artist: URIAH HEEP
Title: LOOK AT YOURSELF
Street Release Date: 05/23/2006
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Genre: ROCK/POP
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Product Details

  • Audio CD (May 23, 2006)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Mca Special Products
  • ASIN: B000001F4O
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (80 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #120,263 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Look At Yourself (1971.), Uriah Heep's third studio album

Uriah Heep, in the early 1970's were very much the band which everyone but the fans of the band themselves, loved to hate. They got loads of stick from critics often calling the heavy rock band the 'Poor Man's Deep Purple'. However, in my opinion, these are particularly unfair criticisms on a band who have produced some excellent music during their career and 'Look at Yourself', Uriah Heep's third studio album, released in 1971 stands as one of their finest and most accomplished efforts.

Its particularly sad that this band is so underrated, because, if this album made sales based on the quality of the music, it would have sold quite a few million copies. The tag which Uriah Heep gained of being very similar to Deep Purple is a little unfair. I will not deny that they are in a very similar mold to the great Deep Purple, employing a thick hammond organ and heavy guitar style but nevertheless, Uriah Heep have their own trademark sound and I would not waste a second in dispelling any claim that they were Deep Purple rip offs. Instead, what you have with Uriah Heep is a group of excellent musicians who, certainly with this album made some amazingly powerful music. Dave Byron, the lead singer with Uriah Heep at the time is an excellent and much underrated vocalist, as is the guitar playing of Mick Box and the diverse instrumental abilities of Ken Hensley, who also proves himself to be a great songwriter on this album. 'Look at Yourself' is a masterpiece from start to finish, with loads of explosive moments of power.

Thankfully also, the 'Look at Yourself' album has undergone an excellent remaster by Sanctuary Records. I would definitely recommend the deluxe issue over the standard 7 album track issue.
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No doubt Uriah Heep's best effort. Why? Ken Hensley had yet to emasculate Mick Box's full frontal electric guitar assault and take control of the band.
While Box is no Blackmore or Iommi, his tone and in your face playing was as good as any hard rock guitarist of the era. Of all the David Byron era albums, "Look At Yourself" showcases Box's talents both wonderfully & wickedly. Plus this album contains two of Uriah Heep's best songs "July Morning" & the title track "Look At Yourself".
While the overall songwriting is not as consistent as the "Demons And Wizards" album, "Look At Yourself" is Heep's "killer metal" album as is Deep Purple's "Machine Head".
If you can afford to add both to cart, purchase this along with "Demons & Wizards". Then follow with "Live 1973" which could also be titled "Greatest Hits Live".
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LOOK AT YOURSELF should be mentioned among all the great classic rock albums.Song for song,this is possibly the best and most powerful album i've ever heard.The title track and TEARS IN MY EYES are 2 of the greatest hard rockin' songs ever.SHADOWS OF GRIEF is so dark,frantic,and heavy it's downright scary.JULY MORNING features awesome vocals from the late-great David Byron(who was also very sadly underrated!).WHAT SHOULD BE DONE is a great heep ballad.LOOK AT YOURSELF also features a terrific cover.Any fan of classic hard rock NEEDS this album!!
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Look At Yourself (1971.), Uriah Heep's third studio album

Uriah Heep, in the early 1970's were very much the band which everyone but the fans of the band themselves, loved to hate. They got loads of stick from critics often calling the heavy rock band the 'Poor Man's Deep Purple'. However, in my opinion, these are particularly unfair criticisms on a band who have produced some excellent music during their career and 'Look at Yourself', Uriah Heep's third studio album, released in 1971 stands as one of their finest and most accomplished efforts.

Its particularly sad that this band is so underrated, because, if this album made sales based on the quality of the music, it would have sold quite a few million copies. The tag which Uriah Heep gained of being very similar to Deep Purple is a little unfair. I will not deny that they are in a very similar mold to the great Deep Purple, employing a thick hammond organ and heavy guitar style but nevertheless, Uriah Heep have their own trademark sound and I would not waste a second in dispelling any claim that they were Deep Purple rip offs. Instead, what you have with Uriah Heep is a group of excellent musicians who, certainly with this album made some amazingly powerful music. Dave Byron, the lead singer with Uriah Heep at the time is an excellent and much underrated vocalist, as is the guitar playing of Mick Box and the diverse instrumental abilities of Ken Hensley, who also proves himself to be a great songwriter on this album. 'Look at Yourself' is a masterpiece from start to finish, with loads of explosive moments of power.

Thankfully also, the 'Look at Yourself' album has undergone an excellent remaster by Sanctuary Records. I would definitely recommend the deluxe issue over the standard 7 album track issue.
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I don't care what the anyone says Uriah Heep (named after a character in a book I beleive by Charles Dickens) is the BEST. I saw them in 1971 when Deep Purple were still finding their legs and they were GREAT. Don't get me wrong I love Deep Purple but HEEP is Great in their own respect. The way Ken Hensley writes his songs has always gotten to me even with his last album which is religious based. I've always found that their songs have a very deep personal meaning that go with the heavy sounds of Mick Box, Lee Kerslake and Ken Hensley.Check Out Ken's solo efforts. URIAH HEEP ROCKS. see their 2000 tour dates, wish they were comng to the states.
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