Uriah Heep - Stay On Top FLAC album
Title: Stay On Top
Style: Hard Rock, Prog Rock
FLAC version ZIP size: 1965 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1932 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1354 mb
Other Formats: MP4 ASF APE DMF VQF XM MP3
Over the years, the British hard rock band Uriah Heep has released 25 studio albums, 13 live albums, 16 compilation albums, 27 UK singles (33 worldwide) and 17 videos. The band's best selling album is "Sweet Freedom" which was released in 1973 and its worldwide sales are more than 6 million copies.
Head First was the 15th studio album from British rock band Uriah Heep. It was released in 1983, on Gerry Bron's UK label Bronze Records. The album was recorded by the line-up responsible for the previous year's Abominog, but this time with a greater proportion of the songs written by the band members.
About Stay On Top lyrics. Album Head First (1983). Stay on top - never go under Lightning strikes Before you hear the thunder Stay on top - never go under Hold on tight Look out for the thunder.
1971 - Look At Yourself. 1972 - Demons And Wizards.
Stay on top, never go under Lightning strikes Before you hear the thunder Stay on top, never go under Hold on tight Look out for the thunder. Virgin Steele - Stay on Top (Uriah Heep cover). From the album Age of Consent (1988). Uriah Heep - Stay On Top Lyrics.
Uriah Heep’s first album was released in the . in 1970 entitle. ery ‘Eav. ery ‘Umble. The band’s most recent album was released in 2018 called Living The Dream. In between those two albums, the band has released twenty three more studio albums for a total of twenty five. Uriah Heep has also released twenty live albums with the majority of them being released post 1986. With such a large catalog, any top 10 list is only going to scratch just a small surface of the band’s material. What better way to open our top 10 Uriah Heep songs list than with a song from their debut album. The great track Gypsy, was released in 1970 on th. ery ‘Umble album. Sweet Loraine, is one of Uriah Heep’s most loved songs by their fans. The song was released on The Magician’s Birthday album in 1972.
Actually, for all this talk of David Byron thus far in our top 10 list, Uriah Heep was really Hensley’s band (he previously of Toe Fat fame, as his dominant songwriting, keyboard and guitar contributions spread across the band’s early catalog can attest. Tears in My Eyes,’ again from 1971’s ‘Look at Yourself,’ offers particularly strong evidence to support his manifold talents, and its signature slide guitar part was pretty unique and innovative, to boot.
|Stay On Top||3:37|
|Playing For Time||4:26|
|105 778||Uriah Heep||Stay On Top (7", Single)||Bronze||105 778||Germany||1983|
|BROX 168||Uriah Heep||Stay On Top (12", Promo)||Bronze||BROX 168||UK||1983|
|BROG 168, 815 015-7, 815 016-7, HEEP 1, 815 017-7||Uriah Heep||Stay On Top (2x7", Gat)||Bronze, Bronze, Bronze, Bronze, Bronze||BROG 168, 815 015-7, 815 016-7, HEEP 1, 815 017-7||UK||1983|
|BROG 168, K-9171, PR2||Uriah Heep||Stay On Top (2x7", Single, Gat)||Bronze, Bronze, Bronze||BROG 168, K-9171, PR2||Australia||1983|
|BRO 168||Uriah Heep||Stay On Top (7", Single)||Bronze||BRO 168||UK||1983|
|MK 241||Uriah Heep||Stay On Top/Straight Through The Heart (12", Single, Promo)||Mercury||MK 241||US||1983|