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Han Uil - Han – Lawless Local Heroes
Review by Gary Hill
This album has been released under the moniker of just “Han,” but since I previously reviewed one of Han Uil’s discs, I felt that I should include it under his full name.

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UK - Night After Night
Review by Gary Hill
The third, and final album by what was probably the first prog rock super-group (OK, other than ELP), this is a live album. Although Bill Bruford had left the band after the first album, his presence is still felt in the composition of a few of these tracks, but Terry Bozzio brings in his own style as the replacement.
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Under The Big Tree - Under the Big Tree
Review by Gary Hill
Under The Big Tree is an art rock concept album by Nick Peck and several other musicians. The album chronicles a series of visions that Peck had while in a deep trance.
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Under The Sun - Under The Sun
Review by Gary Hill
So many of the newer prog bands seem to either choose to follow the path of older bands like Yes and Genesis or go with the new trend of harder edged prog along the lines of Dream Theater.
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Unified Past - Spots
Review by Gary Hill
The combination of sounds on this album is great.

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Un1son - Fountains of Gold
Review by Gary Hill
Actually a test pressing, this release by Rick Neuhoff`s project UN1SON is a solid prog album, although a bit roughly mixed at times. The lyrics to the album are poem`s from Wendy Vig`s Fountains of Gold book, which is illustrated by Yes` Jon Anderson.
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Unitopia - More Than a Dream – The Dream Complete
Review by Mark Johnson

I have been a fan of the band ever since I first heard Unitopia’s Garden album.


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Univers Zero - Ceux Du Dehors
Review by Gary Hill
This outfit from Belgium is one of the bands in the RIO (Rock In Opposition) genre of prog rock. I must admit that a lot of RIO is a bit too chaotic and dissonant for my tastes.
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The Unravelling - Master Drone (digital single)
Review by Gary Hill
This clearly isn’t progressive rock in the classic old school definition.

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Urban Spacemen - Plainsongs
Review by Gary Hill
There seem to be some interesting new prog rock hybrids coming out these days. This disc definitely falls into that category, combining space rock sounds of Hawkwind and jam band type elements like The Grateful Dead with early Pink Floyd and more traditional prog textures.

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Uriah Heep - Salisbury
Review by John Pierpoint
This is Heep’s second album outing, building on the success of their debut Very ‘eavy, very ‘umble, and starting to plough some refreshingly different furrows in their quest for new musical territory.

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Uriah Heep - Totally Driven
Review by Gary Hill
The current lineup of Uriah Heep has been together longer than any other lineup of the band.

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