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Artist: Angel

Title: On Earth As It Is In Heaven

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Angel On Earth As It Is In Heaven Album Cover


Category: Pomp AOR

Year: 1977

Label: Mercury

Catalog Number: 314 510 957-2


Frank Dimino vocals
Punky Meadows guitar
Gregg Giuffria keyboards
Mickey Jones bass
Barry Brandt drums


1.  Can You Feel It  
2.  She's A Mover  
3.  Big Boy (Let's Do It Again)  
4.  Telephone Exchange  
5.  White Lightning  
6.  On The Rocks  
7.  Your Not Fooling Me  
8.  That Magic Touch  
9.  Cast The First Stone  
10.  Just A Dream  

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From: Troy Date: March 22, 2001 at 10:15
Still my fave out of their catalogue. The first 3 albums are the best. I always come back to this one though. You get a good rock n roll that really holds up fairly well. There is not a bad tune on this one and I was always impressed with the overall musicianship within the group. After this one they went a little too poppy, but this one with One Helluva Band and parts of Angel show what this band could have done.

From: koogles Date: January 2, 2002 at 6:14
This was Angel's turning point, and from here they moved away from the prog rock pretensions and into more pop territory. The formula hasn't quite gelled yet, but it's definitely hinted at, and intimates the greatness that was to follow on subsequent releases. A breakthrough.

From: tb4@worldnet Date: January 18, 2002 at 14:20
The very first Angel album I ever bought and to this day the most awesome. Whenever someone is curious, I let them listen and they always agree with me...how come Angel wasn't MASSIVE?

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From: Dan Date: February 20, 2002 at 11:18
Incredible stuff, but somewhat dated by today's standards.

From: Tony Date: September 11, 2002 at 21:23
Just great melodic pop-metal!! Worth it for "White Lightning" alone. This album was kinda these guys beginnings of their "pop" phase. I don't know if the songs are so much "dated" as the production is very 70's sounding. 90% of the pop-rock and hair bands of the 80's early 90's owe a debt of gratitude to Angel and most of them in interviews admit it. This album is great but I'd start off with "White Hot" or "Helluva Band" first if I was gonna check them out.

From: Caleb Date: November 25, 2002 at 17:03
Angel is great, this is there best album. I am 17 and discovered them a year ago and feel in love. This shows great songwriting and musicianship. Cast The First Stone is one of my favorites, i love the dual keyboard and guitar work. We miss you Punky.

From: Scott Date: December 13, 2002 at 19:49
"On Earth" was Angel's most popular album and their peak in popularity. On Earth is an excellent 70's cd. Gone are the progressive tendencies of the past. Gregg's keyboards are now pushed to the back which allows Punky's guitars. This due to the fact that KISS produced Eddie Kramer produces the band. Eddie succeeded in bringing out the best in this band. Check out my Angel page: http://www.nolifetilmetal.com/angel.htm

From: MARKT Date: July 31, 2003 at 7:42

From: ANGELITO Date: August 10, 2003 at 16:17

From: Dave Date: December 4, 2003 at 23:29
Great album, probably my favorite album from Angel,worth checking out if you like progressive 70's rock.

From: Sinner Date: February 20, 2004 at 3:08
This is the coming together of 2 Angel eras------- the previous 2 & White Hot are are all exceptional. Sinful is dissappointing - ended their career.But this band definitely deserves more than the "Most Under-rated" award--- Just a Dream, Can You Feel IT, On The Rocks & CastTheFirstStone should be well known by EVERYONE!!!! ANGEL are a very very special Band!

From: rocky Date: March 13, 2004 at 13:36
Does anyone know where i can get a copy of this cd.

From: Rockhead Date: March 13, 2004 at 15:50
This cd is like finding rockinghorse shit. Try www.gemm.com

From: Stu Date: April 4, 2004 at 17:18
A classic album!

From: Date: April 21, 2004 at 17:15
Wow I was a big Angel fan. I had all their LP`s.I saw them in concert in San Diego back in the mid 70`s.I think Head East openned up for them.(HAHA).Those were the days.The show was great.I remember being up front center stage.They really put on a great show.The had a giant angel head that talked to the audience.Very Spinal Tap.I got sprayed with beer by Punky Meadows as he jerked off a beer bottle on stage. I think I had the 8 track of On earth as it is in heaven...

From: Rock Date: June 6, 2004 at 12:30
I got 4 from them: Helluva Band On Earth As It Is In Heaven White Hot Sinful Bought then all in 1979, long time ago, HUH! This upside/downside logo is amazing, who greated it? Last summer I bought Angel T-shirt. It made my friends hilarius.

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From: Ethan Date: April 2, 2005 at 1:21
Hahaha, I'm looking at this E-bay thing and this album is going for $76 dollars? HAHAHAHAHAHAHA. Hilarious, also absurd. It's not even on vinyl. I bought this album for $2.95 on vinyl. Good album, bytheway (of course, not for those who spend over five dollars for it)!

From: anamal Date: April 2, 2005 at 4:57
dude, this is by far the most rockin effort for the band..before they went to the pomp bubblegum sound the releases following this..but white hot does have some killer songs

From: 92 Date: April 15, 2005 at 8:00
A solid album from start to finish. Cast the First Stone, That Magic Touch, and Can You Feel It are some of my favorites on this cd.

From: juan carlos Date: June 8, 2007 at 11:19
Lo escuché una vez y hace tiempo y la verdad no me gustó mucho. "Can You Feel It" rockera buenilla para la época, para fans del Rock setentero sin dudas pero menos pomposos que sus discos anteriores.

From: Animal! Date: January 24, 2011 at 20:36
Cast the first stone the best from this one. 7 out of 10

From: rick kerch vzla Date: September 7, 2011 at 21:50
Angel...a good Pomp/AOR band that was....this album offers good rocking tracks but with Thta Pomp/AOR atmospheric feel that identified the band from miles away...bets shots in here are "Telephone Exchange","White Lightning","You're Not Fooling Me" & "Cast The First Stone"...tracks 1,2 & 6 also rocks...enjoyable late 70's release of a band that was one helluva good one!!!...83/100

From: elljam Date: May 23, 2012 at 4:21
I've always loved the commercial side of this band as much as their hard rock side & there's no doubt with each album they gradually honed their writing to pop metal perfection which climaxed with the excellent "Sinful". This record saw a big leap in that direction with tracks such as "She's a mover", "Telephone exchange" & "Big boy (let's do it again)". However there are some great hard rocking moments with "On the rocks" & "Can you feel it" which has to be the highlight of the album. Only disappointments are the trippy "Just a dream" & "Cast the first stone" which is too cliched old style metal for me.

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