180 Gram Vinyl Record
180-gram reissue of Uriah Heep's 1980 release
BMG/Sanctuary is re-releasing all 16 Uriah Heep albums originally released in the 1970's and 1980's on Bronze Records on vinyl in October-November. These are single LP editions (excluding Uriah Heep Live that was a double vinyl also originally) with original album track listings pressed on 180-gram black vinyl.
"Conquest, released in 1980, was Uriah Heep's first new album in almost two years and their first, too, since the departure of vocalist John Lawton. The album was all but overlooked at the time of its release, and that despite Heep being very much in the forefront of the bands lionized by the then-prevalent New Wave or British Heavy Metal. Certainly, new vocalist John Sloman was cut in that mold, and if bandmates Mick Box, Chris Slade, Trevor Bolder, and Ken Hensley do sometimes seem a little uncertain about the newcomer's talents, it should also be noted that this is the freshest-sounding Heep album since the mid-'70s." — AllMusic
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