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Conquest CD, Titres bonus, Enregistrement original remasterisé, Import

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  • CD (31 juillet 2000)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Format : CD, Titres bonus, Enregistrement original remasterisé, Import
  • Label: Sanctuary
  • ASIN : B000005RG6
  • Autres éditions : CD
  • Moyenne des commentaires client : 3.0 étoiles sur 5  Voir tous les commentaires (1 commentaire client)
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Liste des titres

Disque : 1

  1. No Return
  2. Imagination
  3. Feelings
  4. Fools
  5. Carry On
  6. Won't Have To Wait Too Long
  7. Out On The Street
  8. It Ain't Easy
  9. Been Hurt (B Side To "Carry On")
  10. Love Stealer (Single A Side)
  11. Think It Over (Single A Side)
  12. My Joanna Needs Tuning (Inside Out) (B Side To "Think It Over")
  13. Lying (Previously Unreleased Out-Take)

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Par Jean-guy Le Berre le 12 juin 2009
Format: CD
Sloman essaye de chanter comme Byron et en fait trop, dommage cet album aurait mérité un meilleur chanteur je dirais John Lawton écouter FIREFLY entre autres SUPERBE,mais cet album n'est pas franchement mauvais. Un groupe qui existe encore aujourdhui et vient de sortir un album génial et musclé,DEEP PURPLE n'est plus, enfin il n'en reste pas grand chose et URIAH HEEP est toujours présent .
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4 internautes sur 5 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
One of Heep's finest 27 août 2002
Par burritobrother - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
"Conquest" was the first full- length Uriah Heep album I heard. So, without having much of anything to compare it to, I loved the album. I still do, even after having collected and listened to all their other albums many times. Even today many Heep fans disregard this as one of their weakest. Usually they blame it on vocalist John Sloman, the band's 3rd singer (new drummer Chris Slade, currently in Asia, always managed to escape their wrath). I don't get it. Sure, Sloman is different, with a soulful Geddy Lee thing going on- but so what? I like to hear differences when new members come into bands. Anyway, to the material. If this isn't the best stuff Heep had come up with since "Sweet Freedom" six years prior, what is? 'No Return' boasts an intriguing reggae feel for one thing, much more vital and interesting than the disco experimentation that stifled "Fallen Angel". 'Imagination' is eerier than anything Heep has come up with since (with the possible exception of 'Night Of The Wolf'), seeming almost like Black Sabbath in spots. 'Feelings', 'Fools' and 'Carry On' are all pop-metal offerings that not only rank among Heep's best material in that vein but should put such followers as Def Leppard to shame. The last three cuts on the original album are admittedly very dissimilar to Heep's sound, but all for the better. 'Won't Have To Wait Too Long' is curiously melancholic as is the superb neo-ballad 'It Ain't Easy'. 'Out On The Street', while certainly a very good track, is the only one on "Conquest" that seems out of place to me. There are five OUTSTANDING bonus tracks on the remaster that supposedly completes the work of the Sloman era Heep (he only stayed for this one album): and while I won't go into them one by one, note that two of them are the only recordings Heep issued with Hensley's first replacement Greg Dechert. And one, 'Think It Over' was re-recorded by the next lineup for the "Abominog" album, with woefully inferior results. The song 'Lying' deserves special mention as well. While merely a demo, this is a mightily powerful song and recording, one of my all-time Heep favorites on it's own. So maybe I'm in the minority, but I can't see anything that should preclude anyone from buying "Conquest". Not even as a first purchase...hell, it worked pretty well that way for me.
4 internautes sur 5 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Beware USA - not an Easy livin' kind of Heep 16 juillet 2007
Par Georgiy Korneyev - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
This album is not for the "HIT" oriented American audience who expects from every Heep album the radio friendly easy listening. The album is for the intelligent listener with plenty of tollerance. It is a great album.
Very original, but not that different as spoken of. I would say it is more Uriah Heep sounding album than any later effort of the band untill very recent Sea of Light and Sonic Origami.Even singing. To tell the truth
I never recognised the band on such records as Abominog and Head First, I was told It's Uriah Heep. The singing is closer to Byron than to Lawton, but with some Glenn Hughes/Geddy Lee/Pavloff's dog/Buddgie kind of style.
A liitle bit of Motownish soul effort on the Sloman's part. But still I would deffinetly recognise Heep, listening to it blinded. Songwriting is terrific so is the sound on this remastered record. It realy is a great final record of the 70's Uriah Heep who's many of us still are the fans.
But it is also a music masterpiece which I will recomend to any music lover who is ready to explore,but that's why we're call ourselves experts
right? Explore and enjoy.
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Atypical for the band, but not bad at all 17 octobre 1999
Par Todd M. Pence - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Conquest is probably the most atypical of all Uriah Heep albums. The songs have a tailored commercial feel and are tailored around the rangy voice of new vocalist John Sloman (in what would be his only Heep album). However, the songwriting continues to be strong and the production is immaculate. A fine and diverse record overall, but not recommended as an introduction to the band because it is far removed from the classic Uriah Heep style and sound. Still, a very good album.
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Won't have to waeeeeeeet.... dooloooooooonnnngggg.... 18 août 2003
Par Matthew Newland - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
"Conquest" and I have one thing in common... we were both born in 1980, so that makes this the first Uriah Heep album to be released in my lifetime. I like it a lot, but I must admit that it took some time for me to really get into it. A friend of mine whom had it let me borrow it several times, and each time I listened to it I discovered something new about it to like that I'd somehow missed before. Not like Heep's classic "Demon's and Wizards", from 1974, which converted me to the Uriah Heep cause after only one listen (less than that... if memory serves me correctly, I heard only tracks 1-4 and 6 that very first time). So if you're new to Heep, keep in mind that this may not strike you as a brilliant piece of work for quite a while. But give it patience, and it will blossom into one of your very favourites (in the meantime, you can console yourself with the fact that that is one awesome picture on the cover!).
Two songs on this album really do it for me... I don't know if I'd go so far as to call them the "Strawberry Fields Forever/Penny Lane" of Uriah Heep, but it's a pair of songs that really need to be listened together (for me, at least). Tracks 5 and 6, "Carry On" and "Won't Have to Wait Too Long". Honestly, two of the greatest songs ever written, both of them highly unusual but very memorable. In spite of the fact that they somehow just belong together, there's really nothing to connect them save for the fact that they're both decidedly odd and are next to each other on the same album. I'll sometimes pop in the CD just to hear those two... (the lyrics to "Won't Have to Wait Too Long" are quite funny, too... usually when I listen to music, I pay attention to the melody and vocals, but not necessarily the words being sung. One day while riding in the car I pulled out the sleeve just to look the lyrics over, and I really discovered the words for the first time. Now the song's twice as good as it was before). But I do go on. The rest of the album is highly enjoyable too... in particular the wonderfully dreary "Fools" (love the backing vocals), which I realize now is track four, right before "Carry On". So you've got a terrific three in a row, in addition to what comes before and after.
The bonus tracks are excellent... I was particularly excited to hear the John Sloman version of "Think it Over" (which he wrote with Trevor Bolder, by the way. As much as I liked Pete Goalby, the next lead singer Heep would have, and in spite of the fact that Sloman's presence was what drove keyboard player/founding member/lead songwriter Ken Hensley out of the fold, I honestly would have loved to hear more from him. Love that voice of his!). "Think it Over" remains my favourite song on Heep's next album after this one, "Abominog", where a version of it was done with Goalby. Admittedly, I like the Goalby version better, but the one you'll hear here is quite good too. "Love Stealer" is another bonus track definitely worth a listen (and the bonus tracks here will be your only chance to hear Heep with Greg Dechert on keyboards).
Anyway, in conclusion, this is one great album that is definitely worth your time and hard-earned dollars. Check it out, but just remember to be patient.
Doncha know I won't have to waeeeeeeeeeet.... dooloooooooonnnnggggwow[...] Doncha know I won't have to waeeeeeeeeeet.... dooloooooooonnnngggg....
Ha ha!
Carry on Carry on,
3 internautes sur 4 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Underrated 27 août 2004
Par psychedelephant - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
This is by no means the fiasco some fans would have you believe; it just doesn't sound much like Uriah Heep. Vocalist John Sloman, formerly of Lone Star, doesn't have a bad voice, but it's wildly unsuited for both the band and the material. While the album does suffer somewhat as a result, there are some excellent songs here, including "No Return", and two of the best tracks bassist Trevor Bolder has written: "Fools", and "It Ain't Easy", the latter being one of the greatest songs Heep has ever recorded. Definitely worth a listen. (BTW, if you're looking for the worst Heep album, it's 1985's "Equator", without question).
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