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Artist: The Headpins

Title: Head Over Heels

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The Headpins Head Over Heels Album Cover


Category: AOR

Year: 1985

Label: MCA Records

Catalog Number: MCA-5630


Darby Mills vocals
Brian Macleod guitars, keyboards, drums
Ab Bryant bass
Mark Craney keyboards


1.  Still the One  4:26
2.  Death of Me  3:58
3.  Stayin' All Night  3:56
4.  Hot Stuff  3:56
5.  Chain Gang  4;08:
6.  Never Come Down From the Danger Zone  4:08
7.  Don't Matter What You Say  4:14
8.  Be With You  4:28
9.  (You're Only) Afraid of the Dark  6:18
10.  Burnin' at Both Ends  3:04
Total Running Time:  42:28

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From: music man Date: February 22, 2002 at 15:33
A Canadian Gem. It's a real shame this band didn't hit it big in the U.S. If you like big thick sounding melodic rock with loud drums, screaming guitar and a female vocalist that will rip your ears off, this one's for you. This one, their last studio release, hasn't found it's way to cd yet but you can get most of these songs on their anthology disc. Their first one, Turn It Loud now on disc is another great one.

From: vicrock Date: August 9, 2003 at 17:12
Barbie have a incredible voice, is the best. Check this band now!

From: koogles Date: March 24, 2004 at 18:39
Darby is hardly Barbie, vicrock, but I'll agree with you on the voice thing. I prefer her 1991 solo CD to anything she did with the Headpins. It's more streamlined AOR in the Heart-Lee Aaron mold.

From: Geoff Date: March 10, 2006 at 0:34
IMO, this is the best Headpins album. I also have to admit I'm slightly aroused by Darby on the cover of this one. Again, it's the great hard rock vibe throughout this one that I love. The first 3 tracks are all great and 'Don't matter what you say' and 'Be with you' are also great. This is probably their most commercial album, and the one I'd recommend to new-comers looking to get into the band. Very good stuff.

From: rick kerch vzla Date: May 19, 2010 at 19:21
Very good album,really recommended..a mix of powerful rock songs with catchy ones too!..."Still The One" opens the album with real good,"Death Of Me" is a rocky tune,"Stayin' All Night" is my fave one,with some AOR in it,"Hot Stuff" is pretty cool,"Chain Gang" has a pleasent sax,"Don't Matter What You Say" is another rock track,"Be With You" is catchy and "Burnin' At Both Ends" is a highlight 4 sure,the best of the rocky tracks..The voice of Darby Mills(no relation or family tie with Tony Mills of Shy and TNT)has an edgy tone that gives power and at the same time serenity where is needed..buy and enjoy..93/100

From: AORvault Date: September 4, 2018 at 15:12
Love this album but does anyone really own this on CD? To my knowledge it has never been released on CD.

From: masmusic Date: September 16, 2018 at 8:55
Your correct! Was never released on CD, Very strange that it wasn't!

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