Fallen Angel is the 12th studio album by British rock band Uriah Heep, released in September 1978 by Bronze Records in the UK and Chrysalis Records in the US. Fallen Angel only reached No. 186 in the US Billboard 200, but in Germany, the band were at the height of their popularity. On this album, the band moved toward an AOR sound, as opposed to the progressive rock of previous albums. More @ Wikipedia


All tracks are written by Ken Hensley, except where indicated.

1.“Woman of the Night”Mick Box, John Lawton, 
Lee Kerslake
2.“Falling in Love” 2:59
3.“One More Night (Last Farewell)” 3:35
4.“Put Your Lovin’ on Me”Lawton4:08
5.“Come Back to Me”Kerslake, Hensley4:22
6.“Whad’ya Say” 3:41
7.“Save It”Trevor Bolder, Pete McDonald3:33
8.“Love or Nothing” 3:02
9.“I’m Alive”Lawton4:18
10.“Fallen Angel” 4:51

Note: Tracks from the original version, this album has had several reissues over time with the addition of several extra tracks.

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Uriah Heep Fallen Angel

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