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Artist: The Dan Reed Network

Title: The Heat

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Category: Hard Rock

Year: 1991

Label: Mercury

Catalog Number: 848 855-2

Personnel

Dan Reed vocals, background vocals, acoustic guitars, electrorhythm guitars, acoustic piano
Blake Sakamoto keyboards, sound programming, background vocals
Melvin Brannon II bass guitar, background vocals
Brion James background vocals, acoustic guitars, electrorhythm guitars, lead guitar
Dan Pred acoustic and electronic drums, percussion programming

Tracks

1.  Baby Now I  
2.  Blame It On The Moom  
3.  Mix It Up  
4.  The Heat  
5.  Let It Go  
6.  Love Don't Work That Way  
7.  Money    Cover: Pink Floyd
8.  Chill Out  
9.  Life Is Sex  
10.  The Salt Of Joy  
11.  Take My Hand  
12.  The Lonely Sun  
13.  Thy Will Be Done  
14.  Wake Up  
15.  Long Way To Go  

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Existing comments about this CD

From: Harvey Date: January 5, 2002 at 11:09
Proof positive that the world is not a fair place! 3rd fantastic album by DRN. Packed with great songs, attitude, top class musicianship and that special "classic album" magic. STILL didn't get anywhere and had to split up. Come on America, surely U don't prefer shit like Wheatus and Sum 41 to this!!!!

From: TIM Date: April 25, 2002 at 11:07
The 1st track was about all I could tolerate. It was played in the movie "The Cutting Edge." I liked the song and sought out the album. After the first song ended, so did my interest. Most individuals on this site would do well to avoid this one.

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From: Jez Date: February 17, 2003 at 19:46
Ok ,it's not as good as The Debut or Slam, but this is still a very strong album.A couple of the songs are filler, but there are also some DRN classics on this disc (Salt Of Joy, Long Way to go)

From: stevie Date: October 31, 2003 at 12:02
I usually prefer more straight ahead hard rock and metal but have to say that this is a great album. Or rather it's the material which is great. It could be a bona fide monster but I find the production a bit thin and, dare I say it, Reed's voice doesn't make the best of his great lyrics and melodies. And I agree, Long Way To Go is a real classic.

From: aormilwaukee Date: November 8, 2003 at 10:15
I don't agree with you Tim. I think this album is another excellent c.d... maybe it wasn't as popular as the first two but despite of that the c.d is a must have!!! Too bad they don't make music anymore because they probably would keep releasing good stuff!!

From: Date: March 24, 2004 at 13:54
Killer album. I saw DRN at HammerJacks in Baltimore (RIP) and they were absolutely stellar.

From: gener8tr Date: June 28, 2004 at 13:46
SALT OF JOY is one of the strongest ballads I've ever heard. I love this band becuase they're from my home town, but many of you (if you're not familiar with DRN) should try the self titled debut or SLAM for your first introduction.

From: Kryiis Karl Date: November 4, 2004 at 14:09
Dan Reed continued after that (at least for one CD as far as I know, maybe more ???) . Good stuff, but weaker than with DRN, the band. The Heat is a very excellent CD, apart form "Money" which is a sin... Production is exceptionnal, perfect, the sound of the drum is something man.

From: CC Date: February 28, 2009 at 18:03
While it tends to be more fashionable to prefer the 1st two albums, for me this is their best and most solid work. Not a bad track on this album, and it really should have been a huge hit!!!

From: hair metal again Date: April 8, 2010 at 1:45
3rd release by the network that continues in the same way as previous releases.there is so much talent,good musicianship,quality in songwriting that makes this record worth buying it.the only problem is that there are some fillers here that shouldn t be included.my favs are "mix it up","the heat","let it go" and "thy will be done".very sad they didnt continue after that

From: rick kerch vzla Date: April 21, 2011 at 22:14
Yeah in the same line as "Slam"...pretty good stuff!!!...great songs with that funky rock groove that are enjoyable 2 our ears(at least mine's)..."Baby Now I","Blame It On The Moon","The Heat","Love Don't Work That Way","Money"(excellent and curious cover of Pink Floyd),"The Salt Of Joy","Thy Will Be Done" & "Long Way To Go"(nice acoustic track) are my favourites...get it!!!.93/100


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