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Artist: H.E.A.T.

Title: A Shot At Redemption EP.

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Category: Melodic Rock

Year: 2014

Label: Ear Music

Catalog Number: 0209351ERE

Personnel

Erik Gronwall vocals
Eric Rivers guitar
Jona Tee keyboards
Jimmy Jay bass
Crash drums

Tracks

1.  A Shot At Redemption  3:50
2.  Under Your Skin  4:01
3.  In and Out of Trouble acoustic  4:53
4.  She's Like the Wind  3:58  Cover: Patrick Swayze
  
Total Running Time:  16:42

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From: Jez Date: February 27, 2014 at 17:16
A taster for the 'Tearing Down The Walls' album in April and to be honest 'A Shot At Redemption' didn't exactly have the old heart racing when I first heard it and still doesn't. It's an OK song for sure, but certainly not as good as material from the excellent' 'Address The Nation' album or the 2 previous ones for that matter. Much better is 'Under Your Skin' which raises the pulse somewhat, although unfortunately is only avaliable here on this EP. (until the super duper edition of the album comes out of course ). 'In And Out Of Trouble' is a nice acoustic version which also showed up on the 'Tour Edition of 'Address' and 'She's Like The Wind' is an unspectacular version of an already unspectacular song. So there you have it, 4 tracks of which only one is reallly worth having, unless you are a H.e.a.t completist and have to have everything

From: CC Date: March 3, 2014 at 11:09
I was never blown away by H.E.A.T. originally, but once Erik came onboard, all that changed. Address the nation was one of my top albums the year it came out, which was quite an achievement considering how little the band registered on my radar previously. So of course I am looking forward to the new one hugely. This taster EP gives me a good feeling that the new album is gonna be a worthy successor to ATN. The main track is a great song, but I doubt its the best the album has to offer. Under your skin sounds like a good song, and is exclusive to this release. The acoustic version of In and out of trouble is the weakest track on here for me. I normally like acoustic takes on songs, but this one didnt excite me. Not that its bad mind you, just not great. The Patrick Swayze cover is great though. Was always a fan of the original song, and Erik certainly does the song justice.


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