Wreckage Of My Heart - The Val - Heading For Surface (CD, Album)

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  1. cover song. My recommendation is to get this disc, even though you can get virtually the entire CD's tracks if you buy the Dog & Butterfly, Little Queen, Bebe Le Strange, Passionworks and Private Audition albums if you don't already own all five of these albums. This album will complement Heart: Greatest Hits, and Heart Greatest Hits: /5(5).
  2. Oct 30,  · Dreamboat Annie () The first Heart album was both a million-selling hit and an artistic triumph, featuring three signature songs that would become classic rock anthems: the rollicking Crazy On You, the funky Magic Man and the gentle title track. Guitarist Roger Fisher, a founding member of pre-Heart band The Army, was still present, but it was Ann and Nancy who were calling the shots.
  3. Dec 02,  · Wreckage of My Heart By The Val. • 1 song, Play on Spotify. 1. Wreckage of My Heart. Featured on Heading for the Surface. More by The Val. King Ocelot. Back. Back. Say Goodbye. No Digas Adiós. More The Val. Listen to The Val now. Listen to The Val Music Duration: 3 min.
  4. On Heart's latest comeback album, a desperate desire to make music that complies with current radio formats overwhelms what made the band interesting in the first place. Back in , sisters Ann and Nancy Wilson had a bright, original idea, balancing a profound Led Zeppelin infatuation with some tight mainstream songwriting.
  5. A classic Gary Numan album that still sounds awesome nearly forty years on. A must own for all fans of analogue synthesisers. I bought this because I have lost my ‘original’ cd, but I still have the case. This new release has appalling print quality to the point where you cannot read the lyrics or notes/5().
  6. “This Wreckage” would be the album’s first single and came in for criticism and has been called dour which is totally off the mark and is the perfect album opener with its driving rhythm. The albums standout tracks are the brilliant “I Dream of Wires”, “The Aircrash Bureau” and the surprising upbeat “Remind Me To /5().
  7. Jun 14,  · This is where things get hazy. I have a feeling that I opened the tape with the solo live rendition of Mark Eitzel’s “Firefly.” I had been obsessed with that whole album (Songs of Love Live), and that song in particular for a nearly couple of years by that nikokreegoltileshadowkiller.xyzinfo, Eitzel’s sad sack “Thanks for coming” that opens the song, or the “I’m always fucking this part up” apology.
  8. Other Versions (5 of ) View All Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year; CDP 7 2: Heart: Heart ‎ (CD, Album): Capitol Records: CDP 7 2.

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