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Uriah Heep - Classic Heep Live From The Byron Era DVD
Review by Greg Olma
Uriah Heep is one of those bands that have had many eras due to their longevity.  While you may like some versions better than others, there is a quality throughout their 50-plus-year career. 

Uriah Heep - The Magician’s Birthday Party DVD
Review by Greg Olma
In the early 2000s, Uriah Heep were in a unique space.  They were having another resurgence that started with Raging Silence. 

Uriah Heep - Sailing The Sea Of Light DVD
Review by Greg Olma
Uriah Heep’s career has spanned over five decades now, so it only stands to reason that there have been many line-up changes. 

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