Music Industry News Network [09-25-2017]
URIAH HEEP Announce Release Of RAGING THROUGH THE SILENCE 2CD/1DVD & Picture Disc LP SELECTIONS FROM TOTALLY DRIVEN
London, UK Ė Uriah Heep is pleased to announce the release of a 2CD/1DVD package of their 20th Anniversary show in 1989, which has only been available on VHS previously. This remastered release is now available on Download and as 2 CDs and 1 DVD in all new packaging.
This concert is likely to be the only gap in many committed fansí collections and gives their core fanbase the opportunity to complete the entire Heep discography. This release is the culmination of a long process to make sure all of the Uriah Heep back catalogue is available in modern day formats and digitally.
The set also includes a bonus audio interview, recorded on the same day as the concert, which was previously only available on picture disc LP and CD for a very limited amount of time.
Of this release, Mick Box said ďThis is a great meeting of two products, which were always closely linked together, and are now merged into one definitive set. This is the second release on Uriah Heep Records and a great reminder of our 30th Anniversary celebrations!Ē
The band has also heard fansí voices and released the first vinyl title on its own label, a picture disc LP called Selections from Totally Driven, which features the stunning artwork of Igor Morski.
The LP draws on tracks from the bandís own labelís first release, Totally Driven, which was a 2 CD collection of re-records of their greatest hits and continues to be available.
Both of these projects are available on Amazon, iTunes and by all good retailers on the bandís own Uriah Heep Records, via Cherry Red.
Raging through the Silence 2CD/1DVD
Amazon 2CD/1DVD: http://geni.us/Raging
Amazon Picture Disc LP: http://geni.us/Be2LWA
Amazon 2CD: http://geni.us/3j0m
Official website: www.uriah-heep.com
Press inquiries: Glass Onyon PR, PH: 828-350-8158 (US), firstname.lastname@example.org
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