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  • Audio CD (Aug. 1 2008)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Frontiers
  • ASIN: B00004L8E8
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Album Description

Long awaited reissue of rare beat/psych compilation. Artists include Longboatmen, Miller, Les Goths, Shyster, Majority One, Groundhogs, Herbal Mixture, Andwella's Dream & more. 2002. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.

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Most Helpful Customer Reviews on (beta) HASH(0x9af08cfc) out of 5 stars 5 reviews
HASH(0xa01504fc) out of 5 stars High quality melodic rock Sept. 29 2012
By Justin G. - Published on
Format: Audio CD
Melodic rock vocalist Stan Bush, best known for his contributions to the 1987 Transformers The Movie soundtrack, released his solo album titled Heaven in 1998. It was the second album to be released under the Stan Bush and Barrage moniker. For this effort, Bush is joined by an array of AOR session veterans, including Brett Walker, Jack Ponti, Greg Bissonette, and Jeff Silverman.

Heaven sounds pretty much what you'd expect from Stan Bush and company. It's very well written, well delivered and highly polished `80s style melodic rock with soaring vocals, catchy melodies and lyrics dealing with war, politics, current events, who am I kidding? You're getting ten love songs just like you knew you would! Seriously though, Bush is a fantastic AOR singer, and he does a great job with these songs. Surrounding himself with so many veteran musicians and songwriters definitely helps. "Cross That Line," "Beginner's Luck" and "Love Don't Come Easy" are a few standouts, but Heaven is a really solid melodic rock album from start to finish.

If you're already a Stan Bush fan, you definitely do not want to pass this one by. Heaven is also going to more than satisfy fans of high quality `80s style AOR/melodic rock along the lines of Giuffria, Survivor, Journey and the Storm. It's been out of print for a while, but it's worth tracking down.
HASH(0x9adb62dc) out of 5 stars It is released in 1999 but it sounds like 1986...and that's a good thing! Sept. 20 2012
By Carl - Published on
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
I'm a huge fan of Stan Bush, but his material is kinda hard to get a hold of. I've managed to get most of his albums now (even though some are out of print, so I had to go ebay and pay somewhat large sums of money).

I think his last album, "Dream the dream" was really good but I think some of the albums before that was a bit too contemporary for my taste. If you are like me, you WANT Stan Bush to sound almost the same as he did in the 80's. That, he really does here. Joanna is my favorite song of the album, it rocks!

This is great melodic rock with an amazingly underrated singer. I give it a 4 out of 5 since the songs are really good but might lack a little unique feeling to them.
HASH(0x9adb936c) out of 5 stars Editorial description is incorrect Jan. 13 2006
By N. Bradley - Published on
Format: Audio CD
This is a pretty darn good CD...not sure what someone was smoking with that Product Description up above, as it has nothing to do with this CD. These were songs done by Stan Bush, best known for his work on Transformers, the Movie... he has an upbeat, 80s style to him much like Bryan Adams. Definately recommended.
HASH(0x9b380c54) out of 5 stars Stan Bush's music is my true inspiration. Sept. 29 1999
By A Customer - Published on
Format: Audio CD
Stan Bush's Dare and The Touch are the songs that have inspired me since I first heard them in Transformers: The Movie. These songs speak to me and I can listen to them over and over and always draw strenght from their message.
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HASH(0x9b0cbf3c) out of 5 stars Truly awful July 28 1999
By A Customer - Published on
Format: Audio CD
Outside of some minor airplay, this is truly a CD best left in the 80s. The one big (if you can call it big) song this artist has done was in Boogie Nights (sung by character Dirk Diggler) and was also in Transformers the Movie. That song is called "The Touch" I only suggest this CD if you absolutely cannot live without the song from these two movies.

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