Celebration (Uriah Heep album)

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Studio album by Uriah Heep
Released 26 October 2009
Genre Progressive rock,[1] hard rock,[1] heavy metal[1]
Label Sanctuary Records/Universal Music
Producer Mike Paxman[2]
Uriah Heep chronology
Wake the Sleeper
Into the Wild
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 3.5/5 stars[1]

Celebration is the 22nd album by the British rock band Uriah Heep. It features re-recorded classic songs from the band, as well as two tracks written specifically for this release. A double Deluxe Special Edition on digipak format features an extra live DVD recorded at the Sweden Rock Festival. A Collector's Edition features a 2-song (vinyl) single in addition to the regular Celebration CD (the songs on the single were also recorded at the Sweden Rock Festival, and were not included on the DVD).

Celebration was released in most European territories on 6 October 2009 in the U.K., on 26 October 2009, and approximately one month later in the United States.

In 2015, keyboardist Phil Lanzon released a music video for "Corridors of Madness" featuring footage taken while on tour in Israel and the United States.[3]

Track listing[edit]

All songs written by Ken Hensley, except where noted.

  1. "Only Human (new track)" (Mick Box, Phil Lanzon)
  2. "Bird of Prey" (Box, David Byron, Hensley, Paul Newton)
  3. "Sunrise"
  4. "Stealin'"
  5. "Corridors of Madness (new track)" (Box, Lanzon)
  6. "Between Two Worlds" (Box, Lanzon)
  7. "The Wizard" (Mark Clarke, Hensley)
  8. "Free Me"
  9. "Free 'n' Easy" (Box, John Lawton)
  10. "Gypsy" (Box, Byron)
  11. "Look at Yourself"
  12. "July Morning" (Byron, Hensley)
  13. "Easy Livin'"
  14. "Lady in Black"

DVD - Live at Sweden Rock Festival 2009

  1. "Sunrise"
  2. "Stealin'"
  3. "Gypsy" (Box, Byron)
  4. "Look at Yourself"
  5. "July Morning" (Byron, Hensley)
  6. "Easy Livin'"
  7. "Lady in Black"

7" - Live at Sweden Rock Festival 2009

  1. "Ghost of the Ocean" (Box, Lanzon)
  2. "Angels Walk With You" (Trevor Bolder)