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Why Did You Go (Alternate Demo Version) - Uriah Heep - Return To Fantasy

08.06.2020

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  1. Return to Fantasy is the eighth studio album by British rock band Uriah Heep, released on 13 June in the United Kingdom by Bronze Records. It was the fi.
  2. Expanded deluxe edition. This is a replica of the Uriah Heep - Return To Fantasy release. 12 pages booklet with the history of the "Return To Fantasy" and its lyrics/5(3).
  3. This album was a partial return to form for Uriah Heep. The band was in some turmoil at the time, due to the pressures of constant touring and the debilitating effects of drugs and alcohol. John Wetton (King Crimson, Asia) plays bass, although the songs were written primarily by the other members/5(32).
  4. Uriah Heep - Return to Fantasy (single edit version) Lyrics. Searching every day Looking every way Trying to make a connection To find a piece of the action Like a hungry poet Who doesn't know He is cl.
  5. Buy Return To Fantasy CD from Uriah Heep for $ and pay no postage. Listen now for free. More than CDs, DVDs, Vinyls, Games, Technics, Equipment and 5/5(3).
  6. Mar 19,  · Uriah Heep is probably the most underrated band of the 70's. All of their albums from Look at Yourself to Wonderworld are classics and sold well. Unfortunately after Return to Fantasy things started to go downhill for the band. Best tracks on this album are Prima Donna and the title track/5(34).
  7. Exact Audio Copy V beta 3 from August EAC extraction logfile from 6. November , Uriah Heep / Return To Fantasy (Expanded Deluxe Edition).
  8. Mar 19,  · This album was a partial return to form for Uriah Heep. The band was in some turmoil at the time, due to the pressures of constant touring and the debilitating effects of drugs and alcohol. John Wetton (King Crimson, Asia) plays bass, although the songs were written primarily by the other members/5(34).
  9. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the slipcase CD release of Return To Fantasy on Discogs/5(25).
  10. After two albums that downplayed their penchant for gothic sounds and mystical lyrics, Uriah Heep brought these elements back to the fore on 's Return to Fantasy. The resulting album retains the musical experimentation that marked Sweet Freedom and Wonderworld, but has an overall harder-rocking feel that makes it more consistent than either.

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