|Studio album by Uriah Heep|
|Recorded||January–March, 1974 at Musicland Studios, Munich, Germany|
|Genre||Progressive rock, hard rock, heavy metal|
Warner Bros. (original US release)
Chrysalis (1979 US reissue)
|Uriah Heep chronology|
The original vinyl release was a single sleeve, with the lyrics reproduced on the inner-liner.
The album was the last to feature bass player Gary Thain, who was fired from the band in 1975, and subsequently died from a heroin overdose.
All songs written and arranged by Uriah Heep
- "Wonderworld" (Ken Hensley) – 4:29
- "Suicidal Man" (Mick Box, David Byron, Hensley, Lee Kerslake, Gary Thain) – 3:38
- "The Shadows and the Wind" (Hensley) – 4:27
- "So Tired" (Box, Byron, Hensley, Kerslake, Thain) – 3:39
- "The Easy Road" (Hensley) – 2:43
- "Something or Nothing" (Box, Hensley, Thain) – 2:56
- "I Won't Mind" (Box, Byron, Hensley, Kerslake, Thain) – 5:59
- "We Got We" (Box, Byron, Hensley, Kerslake, Thain) – 3:39
- "Dreams" (Box, Byron, Hensley) – 6:10
- 2004 Bonus Tracks
- "What Can I Do" (Single B-side) (Hensley)
- "Love, Hate and Fear" (Out-take) (Hensley)
- "Stone's Throw" (Out-take) (Hensley)
- "Dreams" (Extended Version) (Box, Byron, Hensley)
- "I Won't Mind" (Live) (Box, Byron, Hensley, Kerslake, Thain)
- "So Tired" (Live) (Box, Byron, Hensley, Kerslake, Thain)
- Ken Hensley – Organ, Guitars, Vocals
- David Byron – Vocals
- Mick Box – Lead Guitars
- Gary Thain – Bass
- Lee Kerslake – Drums
- Gerry Bron - Producer
- Peter Gallen - Recording Engineer
- Hans Menzel - Musicland Engineer
- Macki -Musicland Engineer
- Michael Gibbs - Orchestral Arrangements on "The Easy Road"
- Graham Hughes - Photography, Concept by
- Harry Moss - Cutting Engineer
- "Allmusic review".
- "Uriah Heep - Wonderworld". Džuboks (in Serbian) (Gornji Milanovac: Dečje novine) (3 (second series)): 23.
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