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Favorite of these 3 underrated hard rock bands of the 70s?

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Poll: Nazareth, Uriah Heep or UFO?
Nazareth
26%
 26%  [4]
Uriah Heep
40%
 40%  [6]
UFO
33%
 33%  [5]
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ExTeaSea



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#1 | Posted: 4 days ago | Post subject: Favorite of these 3 underrated hard rock bands of the 70s? Reply with quote
Nazareth, Uriah Heep and UFO are underrated compared to other hard rock bands but still more known than other lesser known ones. I think all three are pretty much just as awesome as someone like Zeppelin, Scorpions, Deep Purple etc.. but they just aren't as highly ranked.
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#2 | Posted: 4 days ago | Post subject: Reply with quote
eh probably UFO or Uriah Heep -- UFO has some of the best hard rock licks in the 70s thanks to Michael Shenkers contributions on Force It, No Heavy Petting, and Phenomenon. Uriah Heep has a few records I go back to and they are no doubt super important to heavy metal's development, but UFO just has one of the best runs.
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#3 | Posted: 4 days ago | Post subject: Reply with quote
Gowi wrote:
eh probably UFO or Uriah Heep -- UFO has some of the best hard rock licks in the 70s thanks to Michael Shenkers contributions on Force It, No Heavy Petting, and Phenomenon. Uriah Heep has a few records I go back to and they are no doubt super important to heavy metal's development, but UFO just has one of the best runs.


I agree UFO are pretty great. They had five pretty perfect albums in a row in the 70s, the ones you listed, Obsession and Lights Out. Nazareth would by my second choice.
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#4 | Posted: 4 days ago | Post subject: Reply with quote
Lot of great lesser known hard rock bands in the 70s, never really thought much of Nazareth but bands like UFO, Uriah Heep, Primevil, Sir Lord Baltimore, Blues Creation, and Vanilla Fudge were more my kind of thing.
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#5 | Posted: 4 days ago | Post subject: Reply with quote
Yeah, that first Sir Lord Baltimore record is so dope.
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#6 | Posted: 4 days ago | Post subject: Reply with quote
Don't forget Budgie. Budgie were one of the best. I'd pick them over any of these three.

And yeah, that Sir Lord Baltimore album rules!!!
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#7 | Posted: 4 days ago | Post subject: Reply with quote
Tilly wrote:
Don't forget Budgie. Budgie were one of the best. I'd pick them over any of these three.

And yeah, that Sir Lord Baltimore album rules!!!

Budgie, Leaf Hound, Atomic Rooster, Fuzzy Duck, Focus, The Master's Apprentices... a lot of fuzzy, sloppy, fun hard rock people don't think much about anymore.
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#8 | Posted: 3 days ago | Post subject: Reply with quote
BUDGIE! Got a lot of time for Budgie. Big, dumb, fun. Solid riffery all round, though.
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#9 | Posted: 35 hours ago | Post subject: Reply with quote
Of the three, definitely Uriah Heep for me.

I agree Sir Lord Baltimore and Budgie need to be on the list. As do Dust, Elf, Captain Beyond, and one of my faves for straight ahead hard rock, Foghat. Probably many more as well.
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#10 | Posted: 34 hours ago | Post subject: Reply with quote

In Trance by Scorpions

Love this one too!
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