7. 'Just A Little Bit'
8. 'Rock On'
The melodic rock of 'So Many Times' opens the album, showcasing perfectly what's to come and is backed seamlessly by both the acoustic guitar work on 'Alone' and mid-tempo AOR of 'Here We Go.'
The title track is a lush ride and brings forth both Shaw's vocal depth along with the duo's guitar and drum work and is backed by both the AOR ballads 'Sad Song' and their tribute to the late guitar God, 'Hey Jimi.'
This quite remarkable and just oh-so orchestrated and cultivated album then rounds out with the prog rock ambiance of 'Just A Little Bit,' coming to a close with a blues rock cover of David Essex's big 1973 hit, 'Rock On.'
Of the LP, Shaw has said, "This album has been a long time in the making as Uriah Heep still occupies almost 200 days of my year! But we've done it! I'm very proud of the end result."
"Working from two sides of the world is not an easy task, but the power and the energy of these songs shine through. I can't wait for the reaction from both the Heep fans and beyond! Rock on!"
Collins has added, "It's been a long journey to make this album. Thanks to the thousands of fans who have followed the process and corresponded with me throughout. I am very pleased to see it completed."
The album is available as a CD, 180-gram LP, download and on streaming platforms.
The CD is a six-panel digipack which matches many of the recent Uriah Heep releases and back catalogue re-releases, so the album will look great sitting alongside the band's catalogue in a fan's collection!
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