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Uriah Heep - The Magician's Birthday

8.4 | 120 votes |
Release date: November 1972
Style: Hard rock


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01. Sunrise
02. Spider Woman
03. Blind Eye
04. Echoes In The Dark
05. Rain
06. Sweet Lorraine
07. Tales
08. Magician's Birthday
09. Crystal Ball [Out-take] [2004 Remastered bonus]
10. Silver White Man [Vocal Out-take Version] [2004 Remastered bonus]
11. Proud Words On a Dusty Shelf [Alternate version] [2004 Remastered bonus]
12. Echoes in the Dark [Single Edit] [2004 Remastered bonus]
13. Rain [Single Edit] [2004 Remastered bonus]
14. Happy Birthday ["The Magician's Birthday" Single Edit] [2004 Remastered bonus]
15. Sunrise [Single Edit] [2004 Remastered bonus]
16. Gary's Song [Crystal Ball alternate version] [2004 Remastered bonus]
17. Silver White Man [Instrumental Out-take] [2004 Remastered bonus]

Top 20 albums of 1972: 4

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03.09.2018 - 18:01
Rating: 9
Jope Steele
Almost a master piece album. This does sound like british prog unlike many of their later albums-
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02.02.2022 - 15:50
Rating: 9
Jope Steele
Tales is the masterpiece song, Blind Eye is pretty amazing while not quite as good as Wishbone Ash's same titled song and Magician's Birthday manages to sound interesting even with its -- unnessearily long? -- instrumental wankery for the whole of it. Not their best album, but one my favorites and may be a little bit underrated. Ken Hensley proved once again that he could write some ingenious songs.
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