Sonic Origami [Import]
Digitally remastered and expanded edition of this album from the legendary British 'eavy rockers. Originally released in September 1998, Sonic Origami was the 20th album since 1969 by this British Rock institution. The album kicks off with the song 'Between Two Worlds', a track dedicated to former (and sadly departed) former Heep members Gary Thain and David Byron. Sonic Origami was recorded by the line-up of founder member Mick Box on guitar, long time Heep drummer Lee Kerslake, Phil Lanzon on keyboards, fronted by led vocalist Bernie Shaw and completed by former Spider from Mars Trevor Bolder on bass. This version now features a bonus track; an edited version of 'Heartless Land'. This edition features a brand new essay from Classic Rock and Metal Hammer's Malcolm Dome commissioned for this set and based on brand new interviews with the band members, as well as famed producer Pip Williams.
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