1 Look At Yourself - 5:09
2 I Wanna Be Free - 3:59
3 July Morning - 10:36
4 Tears In My Eyes - 5:02
5 Shadows of Grief - 8:38
6 What Should Be Done - 4:13
7 Love Machine - 3:37
8 What's Within My Heart [*][Outtake] - 5:23
9 Why [*][Outtake] - 11:16
10 Look At Yourself [Alternative Single Version] [*] - 3:18
11 Tears In My Eyes [Extended Version] [#][*] - 5:36
12 What Should Be Done [Out-Take] [Original Studio Version][*][Outtake] - 4:24
13 Look At Yourself [Bbc Session Edit] [#][*] - 4:30
14 What Should Be Done [Bbc Session] [#][*] - 3:27
Look at Yourself finds Uriah Heep swinging back to the hard rocking side of their sound after indulging their progressive side more on Salisbury. That isn't to say the prog angle to their music is entirely gone - just as the hard rock side never entirely disappears on their more proggy albums, their progressive angle is still apparent here and there, particularly on July Morning. But by and large, the material here is likely to be more palatable if you already dig organ-heavy proto-metal stuff like Deep Purple or Atomic Rooster - if you come with those expectations, you'll find Look at Yourself to be a more than credible contribution to that particular sound.
|Decade :||60's ROCK, 70's ROCK|
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