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by Heavens Sake

Heavens Sake's 2nd album - Released 7/31/07 - Produced by Mitch Easter - Style: Hard Rock
Genre: Rock: Hard Rock
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1. Cannibal
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2. Paper Or Plastic
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3. Sunshine Bride
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4. Whose Love?
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5. Second Time Around
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6. Mornin', Noon & Night
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7. Devil's Own
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8. Don't Need A Reason
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9. A Friend Named Jon
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10. Always
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11. Where I Belong
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12. Get Up!
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Album Notes
In 1999 Heavens Sake started recording their second album. Three songs from the album were pressed on a promo CD & the first track Second Time Around had a huge buzz & recieved solid radio airplay. The 2nd album (Shinola) was finally finished in 2001, but at the same time drummer/vocalist Bobby Richardson left the band. Heavens Sake decided not to continue without the 3 original members, so Shinola remained shelved until July 31, 2007 - ten years to the day of the release of Heavens Sake's self titled debut CD. Produced by Mitch Easter (REM, Lets Active), Shinola is finally available after all these years.


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Kenny Richie

Creative, well written and full of energy!
I bought this CD just a few weeks ago. I have the band's original debut disc from 1997. The production on Shinola is great. Everything is crystal clear and it's got a great feel to it. Very 70's and 80's like. I wish the band was still together. Songs are catchy and full of energy. The band does some great harmonies. It's a shame the music scene has changed so much, this band deserved more credit and major label appreciation. Reminds me of old KISS style rock! A must for hard rock fans of that genre.


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