Wonderworld (album)

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For other uses, see Wonderworld (disambiguation).
Studio album by Uriah Heep
Released June, 1974
Recorded January–March, 1974 at Musicland Studios, Munich, Germany
Genre Hard rock[1]
Length 37:40
Label Bronze (UK)
Warner Bros. (original US release)
Chrysalis (1979 US reissue)
Producer Gerry Bron
Uriah Heep chronology
Sweet Freedom
Return to Fantasy
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 2.5/5 stars[1]
Džuboks mixed[2]

Wonderworld is the seventh album released by British rock band Uriah Heep. It was released in 1974.

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.

Track listing[edit]

All songs written and arranged by Uriah Heep

  1. "Wonderworld" (Ken Hensley) – 4:29
  2. "Suicidal Man" (Mick Box, David Byron, Hensley, Lee Kerslake, Gary Thain) – 3:38
  3. "The Shadows and the Wind" (Hensley) – 4:27
  4. "So Tired" (Box, Byron, Hensley, Kerslake, Thain) – 3:39
  5. "The Easy Road" (Hensley) – 2:43
  6. "Something or Nothing" (Box, Hensley, Thain) – 2:56
  7. "I Won't Mind" (Box, Byron, Hensley, Kerslake, Thain) – 5:59
  8. "We Got We" (Box, Byron, Hensley, Kerslake, Thain) – 3:39
  9. "Dreams" (Box, Byron, Hensley) – 6:10
2004 Bonus Tracks
  1. "What Can I Do" (Single B-side) (Hensley)
  2. "Love, Hate and Fear" (Out-take) (Hensley)
  3. "Stone's Throw" (Out-take) (Hensley)
  4. "Dreams" (Extended Version) (Box, Byron, Hensley)
  5. "I Won't Mind" (Live) (Box, Byron, Hensley, Kerslake, Thain)
  6. "So Tired" (Live) (Box, Byron, Hensley, Kerslake, Thain)



  • 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


  1. ^ a b "Allmusic review". 
  2. ^ "Uriah Heep - Wonderworld". Džuboks (in Serbian) (Gornji Milanovac: Dečje novine) (3 (second series)): 23.