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Artist: H.E.A.T.

Title: Live in London

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Category: Hard Rock

Year: 2015

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Personnel

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

Tracks

1.  Point of No Return     Listen
2.  A Shot at Redemption     Listen
3.  Better Off Alone     Listen
4.  1000 Miles     Listen
5.  It's All About Tonight     Listen
6.  Inferno     Listen
7.  The Wreckoning/Tearing Down the Walls     Listen
8.  Mannequin Show     Listen
9.  Late Night Lady     Listen
10.  In and Out of Trouble     Listen
11.  Downtown     Listen
12.  Enemy in Me     Listen
13.  Emergency     Listen
14.  Breaking the Silence     Listen
15.  Living on the Run     Listen

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Existing comments about this CD

From: MetalllianStallion Date: March 11, 2015 at 1:26
Listening to this live album as I type, personally I think the lead vocalist Gronwall sounds like a pop singer trying do rock. Makes sense as I think he's a ex Sweden Idol contestant). He has range,but he missing some depth (balls) and doesn't know how to work a crowd live IMO. HEAT was in the states a few months ago in Chicago for MRF4 and he looked like he was having a epileptic seizure behind the mic in his RED fruit boots. I don't care how many F-bombs,shits, or dick heads he works into his live lyrics, I just don't buy the manufactured " I'm a rocker now" bad-i-tude. According to a review by MelodicRock.com "This band is shit hot" That's very close to the rolling stone 2 word review of Spinal Tap's album "Shark Sandwich" (SHIT SANDWICH). The rest of the band are competent players live, maybe it's just me as I like a handful of tunes but I'm not crazy about the singer. EXHIBIT A: MRF4 H.E.A.T - Point Of No Return https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DUMsvD-TdMA

From: 123charpenay Date: October 19, 2015 at 13:53
fans of H E A T you can buy closed eyes "revolution" from art nation.it s a new comer in the a o r heaven team.

From: titothetitan Date: November 24, 2017 at 12:01
Great live CD and well-performed too but they could have played more songs of their early albums such as 'Keep on Dreaming', 'Bring the Stars', 'Stay'.

From: titothetitan Date: April 26, 2019 at 14:44
I don't like live albums that much because If they're not some shitty bootlegs then they are live in the studio with lots of post-production crap added in. Overall I enjoyed this release even if they overdubbed the choruses in 'Mannequinn Show' and included very few songs of the Kenny era. 85/100


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