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Catalog Number: 0214598EMU
|1.||Rock Your Body|
|5.||We Are Gods|
|7.||One By One|
|8.||Nothing To Say|
|9.||Heaven Must Have Won An Angel|
|10.||Under The Gun|
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|From: MetalllianStallion||Date: February 27, 2020 at 5:12|
|MelodicRock.com gives this album a 100%. Critic says "Highlights are almost impossible to spotlight as no matter what song you play last is the one stuck in your head afterwards." (record company check is in the mail). One man's unforgettable to me is quickly forgettable/ disposable. 80's rock genre of music is often imitated today but in most cases never be truly replicated. The band's last studio release "Into The Great Unknown" was a experimental, pop, electronica disaster. "II (2020)" is better, back in MHR territory. I prefer the band's first 2 releases with a different singer. I have never really warmed to Gronwall's vocals who sounds/looks like a square peg pop singer in a round rocker hole. The singer is best when he lowers his register on tracks like "We Are Gods" and " Rise". Being a old timer who went lived through the 80's in his youth I am not easily WOWED. Gotta go, it's about time for my yoga class to start with the repetitious "Rock your Body" as background noise.|
|From: titothetitan||Date: February 28, 2020 at 17:07|
|Very good new album. It's similar to their fourt halbum 'Tearing Down the Walls' but harder and louder. It's sounds as natural follow-up to their third and fourth albums, replacing the weird and weak 'Into the Great Unknown'. There's 11 stand-out songs and naturally some songs are better than others but there's absolutely no fillers. You'll get hooked from start to finish. 'Come Clean', 'We Are Gods', 'One By One', 'Rise' and the beatiful ballad 'Nothing To Say' are my favourites ones. The only thing I don't get it's the title "II". The bands claims it's a spiritual-successor to their debut album but both albums are widely different.|
|From: AOR1||Date: March 6, 2020 at 20:18|
|Sorry, but I canīt understand a 1000% rating by melodicrock.com. Must admit Iīm not much in pure hard rock, more on the melodic side. Like their first release was. Here I canīt hear the melodies that should stuck in my head. To me this sounds like very interchangeable (melodic) hard rock. And the lyrics arenīt really worth listening to.|
|From: aTomiK||Date: March 11, 2020 at 3:45|
|Iīm with AOR1 and have to say that stylewise this is just too much hard aor, very close to Eclipse which is not one of my favorite groups. I can understand why they do this because nowadays you get a much wider audience with this kind of stuff but itīs not fo me and II is far away from the real H.E.A.T. classics (s/t, Adress the Nation) and even the much more varied Into the Great Unknown. What they do, they do well (the album stars nicely and i enjoy Rock Your Body and Dangerous Ground) but like i said, personally itīs a disappointing effort.|
|From: Rafo Phoenix||Date: March 22, 2020 at 23:29|
|Great MHR! we are gods? mmm Psalms 82:6-7 I said, You are gods; you are all sons of the Most High. But you will die like mere mortals; you will fall like every other ruler. this song is pure new a... crap; We Are God's Children by The Blood Our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ! by FAITH! my favs Victory (a song for the doctors, nurses and other health care workers around the world fighting against covid19) Adrenaline, One By One, Dangerous Ground, Heaven Must Have Won An Angel, Nothing To Say Gran estilo y algunas buenas letras como la de Victory que se podria dedicar a los medicos y trabajadores de salud que ahora mismo luchan en el mundo contra ese virus, siempre priorizo el estilo antes que la lirica, pero cortes como "We Are Gods" que es un engaņo para la humanidad en la forma como la interpretan aca le baja puntuacion al album, ya no es tiempo de engaņar a la humanidad. Saludos y fuerza a todos en estos momentos y que Jesucristo os proteja! sin Fé no somos nada. 90/100.|
|From: Auslander||Date: November 9, 2020 at 12:20|
|It is nice to find a smoking classic being released in 2020. What an album. No filler though of course there are stand-out tracks. That has to be "Dangerous Ground". More cowbell - hell, yeah! I thought I was back in 1987 when this tune blasted from my Yamaha speakers filling the room with gang vocals and unbelievable hooks. A bar has been set that will be hard to top in 2020.|
|From: hair metal again||Date: November 11, 2020 at 6:41|
|very good release once again for H.E.A.T. again with the songwriting ability and energy being obvious from the first tunes and overall keeping the interest high!Unfortunately the production isnt clear and their musicianship not the best !erik is ok but s ometimes sounds too poppy !H.E.A.T is one of the best acts around the last decade and manage to make always some buzz about them !"we are gods" is the highlight|
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