Raging Silence is the 17th album by British Rock group Uriah Heep. It marked the studio debut of Canadian vocalist Bernie Shaw and keyboardist Phil Lanzon, both of whom have remained with the band since. It was produced by Richard Dodd and the title is an allusion to the Manfred Mann’s Earth Band album The Roaring Silence (1976).  More in Wikipedia


1.“Hold Your Head Up”Rod Argent, Chris White4:33
2.“Blood Red Roses”Peter Goalby4:10
3.“Voice on My TV”Mick Box, Phil Lanzon4:20
4.“Rich Kid”Trevor Bolder4:49
5.“Cry Freedom”Box, Lanzon4:34
6.“Bad Bad Man”Lanzon4:11
7.“More Fool You”Box, Lanzon3:34
8.“When the War Is Over”Steve Prestwich5:09
9.“Lifeline”Rod Roddy, Leon Medica, Fergie Frederiksen, Tony Haselden4:53
10.“Rough Justice”Box, Lanzon, Bolder, Bernie Shaw4:21

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Uriah Heep Raging Silence
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