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  • Personnel: David Byron (vocals); Ken Hensley (vocals, acoustic guitar, piano, organ); Mick Box (acoustic guitar, guitar); Paul Newton (bass); Ian Clark (drums).
  • Recorded at Lansdowne Studios, London, England in July, 1971. Includes original release liner notes by Ken Hensley.
  • Reissue includes seven bonus tracks.
  • One year after their self-titled debut appeared in 1970 (entitled VERY 'EAVY VERY 'UMBLE in) England, Uriah Heep struck again with their sophomore effort, LOOK AT YOURSELF. While their debut was a solid slice of blues-based heavy metal, LOOK AT YOURSELF expanded the band's sound, bridging the straight-ahead approach of their early work with the more challenging and progressive work of their next release, SALISBURY.
  • Highlights include such mega heavies as the album opening title track and the Deep Purple-esque "Love Machine," as well as the surprisingly jazz-inflected "What Should Be Done." Due to it's consistency, many a longtime Heep fan considers LOOK AT YOURSELF to be the band's finest hour.
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