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U.K. Subs - Friends and Relations
Review by Eric Meli
As is the usual case with discs bearing this title, Friends and Relations isn’t an actual U.K. Subs CD, but more of a  compilation album of rare songs by the band as well as tracks by side projects.

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UFO - Walk On Water
Review by Gary Hill
This album is a very strong reunion for the quintessential lineup of this classic hard rock/metal band who have always taken that genre in a more art rock directions. This album is really one of the stronger albums this band has ever done, and if there is any justice in the world, will take them to new heights.
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UFO - Covenant
Review by Gary Hill
The newest release by hard rock favorites UFO is actually a two-disc set. The first disc consists of new material while disc two is a live album.
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UFO - The Salentino Cuts
Review by Gary Hill

The whole "do an album of covers" thing is cool, but perhaps a bit overdone. Here UFO gets into the trend.


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Umbrella Bed - Refill EP
Review by Gary Hill
This five track EP is quite cool.

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Umbrella Bed - Rotate
Review by Gary Hill

The overall description here would be "ska." That said, there are other things at play like punk, psychedelia, and Dixieland jazz.


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Undercover Rabbis - Andromeda
Review by Gary Hill

Do you like noisy, fuzz drenched music? If so, you will love this.


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Unknown Hero - In My Head
Review by Gary Hill

It would be pretty easy to lump this in with a lot of modern pop music and electronic dance music. Clearly this shares a lot of territory with that kind of sound.


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Uriah Heep - Sonic Origami
Review by Gary Hill
It seemed that for a time Uriah Heep was running away from what they did best. In the `70`s, Heep music was characterized by progish arrangements on hard rock numbers with incredible keyboard sounds and vocal arrangements to die for.
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Uriah Heep - Sea of Light (Reissue)
Review by Gary Hill
Even a less than stellar album from Uriah Heep is still pretty good.

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Uriah Heep - Spellbinder Live
Review by Gary Hill
I know there are those out there who still complain that this isn’t the classic lineup of Heep.

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Uriah Heep - Sonic Origami (Reissue)
Review by Gary Hill
I reviewed this album when it first came out, but this is a reissue.

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Uriah Heep - Words in the Distance 1994-1998
Review by Gary Hill
This new three CD box set compiles three Uriah Heep albums into one convenient set. It comes in a nice box.

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Uriah Heep - Raging Through the Silence: 20th Anniversary
Review by Gary Hill

Uriah Heep are on a quest to get their back catalog all out in official releases. This was available only on VHS before.


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Uriah Heep - Living The Dream
Review by Mike Korn

It won’t be too long before Uriah Heep celebrates its 50th year in the music business. That in itself is astounding, but what is even more astounding is that they are doing some of their best and most energetic work at this stage of the game.


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U2 - How To Dismantle An Atomic Bomb
Review by Josh Turner
When I first heard Vertigo on the radio, I had to hear the album. Many bands these days release an album on the merits of one good song, tour, and rake in the cash.
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