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Uriah Heep

Uriah Heep's by-the-books progressive heavy metal made the British band one of the most popular hard rock groups of the early '70s. Formed by vocalist David Byron and guitarist Mick Box in the late '60s, the group went through an astonishing number of members over the next two decades -- nearly 30 different musicians passed through the band over the years. Byron and Box were members of the mid-'60s rock band called the Stalkers; once that band broke up, the duo formed another group called Spice. Spice would eventually turn into Uriah Heep in the late '60s, once Ken Hensley (guitar, keyboards, vocals) and bassist Paul Newton joined the pair. Former Spice drummer Alex Napier was the band's drummer for a brief time; he was quickly replaced by Nigel Olsson.

Uriah Heep released their debut album Very 'eavy...Very 'umble (called Uriah Heep in the U.S.) in 1970. After its release, Keith Baker became the group's drummer; he recorded Salisbury, the group's second album, before deciding he couldn't keep up with the band's extensive touring and was replaced by Ian Clarke. Salisbury, featuring a 16-minute title track recorded with a 26-piece orchestra, showcased the band's more progressive tendencies. Later that year, Ian Clarke was replaced by Lee Kerslake and Mark Clarke replaced Newton; Mark Clarke quickly left the band and Gary Thain became the group's bassist. This lineup of Uriah Heep was its most stable and popular; beginning with 1972's Demons and Wizards, they released five albums between 1972 and 1975.

After 1975, the band's popularity began to slip. Byron left the band in 1977 and was replaced by John Lawton, yet the group's fortunes kept declining right into the early '80s. However, Uriah Heep soldiered on, continuing to release albums into the '90s and 2000s. The album roster included Different World (1994), Sea of Light (1995), Sonic Origami (1998), and Spellbinder (1999). ~ Stephen Thomas Erlewine
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Selected Discography

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Track List: Into The Wild

1. Nail On The Head

2. I Can See You

3. Into The Wild

4. Money Talk

5. I'm Ready

6. Trail Of Diamonds

7. Southern Star

8. Believe

9. Lost

10. T-Bird Angel

11. Kiss Of Freedom

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Track List: The Best Of Uriah Heep- 20th Century Masters - The Millennium Collection

1. Gypsy

2. Come Away Melinda

3. High Priestess

4. Lady In Black

5. Look At Yourself

6. July Morning

7. The Wizard

8. Easy Livin'

9. Circle Of Hands

10. Sunrise

11. Sweet Lorraine

12. Stealin'

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Track List: Sonic Origami

1. Between Two Worlds

2. I Hear Voices

3. Perfect Little Heart

4. Heartless Land

5. Only The Young

6. In The Moment

7. Question

8. Change

9. Shelter From The Rain

10. Everything In Life

11. Across The Miles

12. Feels Like

13. The Golden Palace

14. Sweet Pretender

15. Heartless Land

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Track List: Spellbinder (Live)

2. Stealin' (Live)

3. Bad, Bad Man (Live)

4. Rainbow Demon (Live)

5. Words In The Distance (Live)

6. The Wizard (Live)

7. Circle Of Hands (Live)

8. Gypsy (Live)

9. Look At Yourself (Live)

10. Lady In Black (Live)

11. Easy Livin' (Live)

12. Sail The Rivers

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Track List: Sea Of Light

1. Against The Odds

2. Sweet Sugar

3. Time Of Revelation

5. Universal Wheels

7. Spirit Of Freedom

8. Logical Progression

9. Love In Silence

10. Words In The Distance

12. Dream On

14. Sail The Rivers

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Track List: Fallen Angel

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Track List: The Magician's Birthday

1. Sunrise

2. Spider Woman

3. Blind Eye

4. Echoes In the Dark

5. Rain

6. Sweet Lorraine

7. Tales

8. The Magician's Birthday

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Track List: Demons And Wizards

1. The Wizard

2. Traveller In Time

3. Easy Livin'

4. Poet's Justice

5. Circle Of Hands

6. Rainbow Demon

7. All My Life

8. Paradise/ The Spell

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Track List: Abominog

1. Too Scared to Run

2. Chasing Shadows

3. On the Rebound

4. Hot Night In a Cold Town

5. Running All Night (With the Lion)

6. That's the Way That It Is

7. Prisoner

8. Hot Persuasion

9. Sell Your Soul

10. Think It Over

11. Son of a B**ch

12. Tin Soldier

13. Think It Over

14. Too Scared to Run

15. Sell Your Soul

16. That's the Way That It Is

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Track List: Firefly

1. The Hanging Tree

2. Been Away Too Long

3. Who Needs Me

4. Wise Man

5. Do You Know

6. Rollin' On

7. Sympathy

8. Firefly

9. Crime of Passion

10. A Far Better Way (Out-take) [Bonus track]

11. I Always Knew

12. Dance Dance Dance (Out-take) [Bonus track]

13. Been Away Too Long (Alternate Version) [Bonus track]

14. Do You Know (Demo Mix) [Bonus track]

15. Who Needs Me (Live Version) [Bonus track]

16. Wise Man (TV Backing Track) [Bonus track]

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Track List: Live At Koko

3. Overload (Live)

4. Gypsy (Live)

5. Traveller In Time (Live)

6. Look At Yourself (Live)

7. Sunrise (Live)

9. Stealin' (Live)

10. July Morning (Live)

12. Lady In Black (Live)

13. Between Two Worlds (Live)

16. Easy Livin' (Live)

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Track List: Look At Yourself

1. Look At Yourself (Single Version)

2. I Wanna Be Free

3. July Morning

4. Tears In My Eyes

5. Shadows of Grief

6. What Should Be Done

7. Love Machine

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Track List: Outsider

1. Speed Of Sound

2. One Minute

3. The Law

4. The Outsider

5. Rock The Foundation

6. Is Anybody Gonna Help Me?

7. Looking At You

8. Can't Take That Away

9. Jessie

10. Kiss The Rainbow

11. Say Goodbye

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Track List: Return To Fantasy

1. Return To Fantasy

2. Shady Lady

3. Devil's Daughter

4. Beautiful Dream

5. Prima Donna

6. Your Turn To Remember

7. Showdown

8. Why Did You Go

9. A Year Or A Day

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He was the wizard of a thousand kings...and I saw him one night wandering... . h e told me tales and drink my wine...me and my magic man kinda feelin' fine
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Just a traveler in time.
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Saw 'em with ZZ Top in the early 70's in Baltimore. The times and the chems made it seem like a mystical ride on a smooth sea. GREAT TIME!!
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This is the album that introduced me to Uriah Heep music. I quickly got Salisbury and then Magicians Birthday. All three were regulars on my turntable back then. Yes, I said turntable. Remember vinyl?
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Jams. Love it. Great. Band
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Nice....
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,Play all of Demons and Wizards please ?
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They were the top listened band in the 70s in Russia. I saw the in Moscow in 87
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brian59fergu s o n
Live in Chicago
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And I've been forgiven .Easy livin'
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barryleeper7 1 4
Saw the Heep live three times in the early 1970's! My favorite band ever!!
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And I in Berlin in the mid 70's.....Ahh h h , those were the days....Conc e r t s rolled into and out of Berlin on a regular schedule, but the HEEP and Humble Pie were the ones you wanted to attend
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Born on one of them
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Saw 'em in San Diego in 74 -- what a show and the high was free
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Saw them in 78, at Madison Square Garden opening for Jethro Tull. Amazing show, amazing night!
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What a weak bio. Saw them at the civic arena in Pittsburgh. Jamming away when the retractable roof opened up. One of the best shows ever.....
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Stealin When I should of been buying
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spinachcat
Uriah Heap is AMAZING live! I saw them last year with BOC and I was blown away how much these guys kick a**. I highly recommend checking out their new album. I was really surprised how much I loved Uriah since my musical tastes are for the much heavier of heavy metal. Can't wait to see them again! It was a tremendously fun concert.
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They've been playing in Europe lately.
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drowsywaters
My first major concert attended was BOC warming up for Heap. I remember it well....part s of it anyway.
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Memories from my youth,
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These guys rock in the 70s beginning of heavy metal
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...David Byron didn't leave, he just died didn't he just overdosed?.. . I got his sólo project or ...side band it is awesome except perhaps for one song, for those who may not know it ROUGH DIAMOND
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Where is the first album. Part of the foundation of hard rock music.1970 Black Sabbath Deep Purple in Rock. Uriah Heep THE FOUNDATION OF ALL THAT'S GOOD



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Stealin when I shoulda been buyin....... . . a w e s o m e song!
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Please get FIRST album. one of three that set the foundation for modern hard rock. Black Sabbath. Deep Purple in Rock. Uriah Heep. all in 1970
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Gypsy awesome song love the keyboards
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Stealin when i shouda been buyin!
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LOVE THIS SONG!!!!!!!! ! ! ! ! ! ! !
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This band was so awesome n the 70s their music and sound rocked
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Uriah Heep, defiinitely one of my big influences getting into rock music in the early 70's.
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12 minutes & 39 seconds one song. Just doesn't happen. Those were the greatest day's of my young life. & still too this day. Memories forever
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gertrude8199
Don't read this because it actually works. You will be kissed on the nearest Friday by the love of your life. However if you don't post this you will be injured (but won't die) in two days now you started reading this so don't stop. Post this on at least five other songs in the next 143 minutes when you're done press f6 and your lovers name will appear on the screen with a big letter this is scary because it actually work
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spinachcat
Uriah Heep was amazing in concert last month. They absolutely kick it in 2015 and I highly recommend checking out their new album. The new drummer is fabulous and they have their hard rock / classic metal sound. Don't miss these guys live. Pandora needs to get their new stuff.
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Getting a little jamming in
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Long live be around give it all to music
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STEALIN!!! My fav song!
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Stealin when u should have been buying
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thomas.hetze l
Very influential in my early years - saw them once at 13 years old
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One of the great bands of the 70s
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First time I heard Uriah Heep was Demons and Wizards in '78. I was 13 and I was hooked. Saw them September 17,1983 @ Jack Murphy Stadium in San Diego for Skyshow. Motley Crue opened, then Uriah Heep, Eddie Money, and Def Leppard finished. Tripping balls on blotter! I believe it was the Abominog tour. Still have the ticket stub.
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July morning 10 minutes & 30 seconds long. That's good 70's jams
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My first concert 1973 Denver Coluseum
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My friend had his van painted the album cover. Nice
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Sure miss, my high school days. Party on Garth. lol
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One of the great bands of the 70s so many great songs
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mattd1659
OMG !! Heep !! They mean so much to me in my musical upbringing,, so many good / high times !!! I just don't know what to say !!!!!
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My 90 yr old mother always loved July Morning
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I have been listening to Heep since the early 70's. But don't ignore what they are still doing. We live in the US and miss things.... they ae still huge in Europe. They are still showing the metal bands of today how it should be done.
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The song stealin btw
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