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Heaven's Basement
Heaven's Basement
May 2009
Released: 2009, Independent
Rating: 3.0/5
Reviewer: Stu Occupier

Quality glam rock is hard to find these days in the UK. Let's face it, apart from King Lizard and Roxville, who else produces this kind of music that's actually worth listening to??? Well this lot do, formerly Roadstar, since formation under this name in April 2008 they have notched up over 100 gigs, support slots to Bon Jovi and Thunder and released this six tracker.



The first four move along with the feel of Guns 'N Roses and Motley Crue with added AC/DC. "Fear Of Getting Off" reminds me of so many songs like Warrant's "Cherry Pie" and something by Poison that I can't quite put my finger on, but this is the first track that really shines out.



Richie stated that "We are the band that will make you fall in love with rock and roll all over again". Well I'm not that confident about that statement but they certainly arouse interest.
Track Listing

01.Tear Your Heart Out
02.Executioner's Day
03.Graduation
04.Saint Routine
05.Fear Of Getting Off
06.Reign On My Parade

Lineup

Richie Hevanz (Vocals)
Sid Glover (Guitar)
Jonny Rocker (Guitar)
Rob Randell(Bass)
Chris Rivers(Drums)


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