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Uriah Heep - Your Turn To Remember: The Definitive Anthology 1970-1990


Label:

Sanctuary

Genre:

Pop/Rock

Product No.:
ASAN 86479
UPC: 405053838647
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180 Gram Vinyl Record


No. of Discs: 2

180 Gram LP

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180-gram vinyl

2LP anthology includes classic hits, must-have album cuts from the band's most creative period

Remastered by renowned engineer Andy Pearce of Lou Reed and Black Sabbath fame!

New liner notes from original founders and members Mick Box and Ken Hensley

BMG are delighted to announce the release of the Uriah Heep anthology, Your Turn To Remember: The Definitive Anthology 1970-1990 on LP. Evoking an era when prog, hard rock and heavy metal co-existed in an era of glorious, boundary-breaking music, the songs trace the evolution of Heep from inexperienced studio musicians with everything to prove to bona fide, limo inhabiting rock stars.

The Anthology cherry picks tracks from some of Heep's most celebrated albums including "Demons And Wizards," "Look At Yourself," "Return To Fantasy," "Equator," "Conquest" and "The Magician's Birthday."

•180-gram vinyl
•Continues the extensive anthology / reissue program curated by Heep's founder member Mick Box
•2LP anthology including the classic hits and must have album cuts from the band's most creative period
•Re-mastered by renowned engineer Andy Pearce of Lou Reed and Black Sabbath fame. •New liner notes from original founders/members Mick Box and Ken Hensley



Side 1
Gypsy
Bird of Prey
Lady In Black
Look at Yourself
July Morning

Side 2
Easy Livin'
The Wizard
Sunrise
Sweet Lorraine
Stealin'
Sweet Freedom
Suicidal Man

Side 3
Return to Fantasy
Devil's Daughter
Sympathy
Firefly
Free 'n' Easy
Free Me

Side 4
Woman of the Night
Come Back to Me
It Ain't Easy
Too Scared to Run
The Other Side of Midnight
Rockarama
Voice On My TV

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