No doubt Uriah Heep’s best effort. Why? Ken Hensley had yet to emasculate Mick Box’s full frontal electric guitar assault and take control of the band.While Box is no Blackmore or Iommi, his tone and in your face playing was as good as any hard rock guitarist of the era. Of all the David Byron era albums, “Look At Yourself” showcases Box’s talents both wonderfully & wickedly. Plus this album contains two of Uriah Heep’s best songs “July Morning” & the title track “Look At Yourself”.While the overall songwriting is not as consistent as the “Demons And Wizards” album, “Look At Yourself” is Heep’s “killer metal” album as is Deep Purple’s “Machine Head”.If you can afford to add both to cart, purchase this along with “Demons & Wizards”. Then follow with “Live 1973″ which could also be titled “Greatest Hits Live”.