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Sonic Origami album for sale by Uriah Heep was released Jul 06, 1999 on the Spitfire label. Originally issued in Japan in 1998, Sonic Origami was released in the U.S. a year later with the bonus track intact. Sonic Origami buy CD music The album has a grand, epic tone throughout that doesn't always match Uriah Heep's journeyman-sounding prog-tinged hard rock, and some songs' lyrics sink under the weight of their pretension or sentimentality. But for diehard Heep fans those are minor quibbles; while the group's sound may not be devastatingly original anymore, they are definitely quite committed to their performances, and the occasional overreaching is part and parcel with this sort of classic AOR pomp-rock (and, in fact, constitutes a not insignificant part of its appeal). Sonic Origami CD music contains a single disc with 14 songs. ...See Full Description
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U.K. metal band with one of the best names ever, not to mention totally freaky album art. Apparently they played music, too.
By hektor (ljubljana, SLO)
||BEST HEEP ALBUM IN THE LAST 20 YEARS|
SINCE THE BYRON ERA,THIS IS THEIR BEST WORK.EXCELLENTE SONGS,A MUST FOR HEEP FANS OR MUSIC LOVERS.
By GEORGE (CANADA)
||Uriah Heep in the 90's|
"Sonic Origami" seems to continue Uriah Heep's journey in the 90's. "Sea of Light" staked a good rocking claim with a number of excellent tunes and this album added some feeling of the early Uriah Heep. Not all the songs are typical UH's tunes, though "Between Two Worlds" can adorn any album (except for stylistic consideration).
By asokolni (South Bend, IN)
||Sonic Origami by Uriah Heep|
Uriah Heep's new album, "Sonic Origami", was produced by legendary Pip Williams. The name "Sonic Origami" refers to Japanese origami and compares the ancient art to the studio process of shaping and refining the sound of the album.
By a reviewer (Hamlet, NC)
||One of their best|
I have been a Heep fan since the "Gypsy" days and have followed their development, musically and lyrically with interest.
By a reviewer (Newcastle, Australia)
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|CD Universe Part number||1021886|
|Release Date||Jul 06, 1999|
|Recording Time||75 minutes|
|Personnel||Trevor Bolder - bass|
Lee Kerslake - drums
Mick Box - guitar
Bernie Shaw - vocals
Phil Lanzon - keyboards