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Slope  - Am I Right ? / Heaven download album
Performer: Slope
Title: Am I Right ? / Heaven
Style: Pop Rock, Soft Rock
Year 1987
Genre: Rock
Rating: 4.4
Votes: 299
MP3 size: 1470 mb
FLAC size: 1866 mb
WMA size: 1344 mb

Slope - Am I Right ? / Heaven download album

Am I Right? Исполнитель.

Songs start at NIS . 0.

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A Am I Right? 3:54 B Heaven 2:45. Companies, etc. Produced At – Tonstudio Dachstein.

Halfway to Heaven is the second studio album by Brantley Gilbert. It was originally released on March 16, 2010 via Average Joes Entertainment. As of January 2015, the album has sold 1,081,200 copies. The original album was produced by Gilbert along with the Atom Brothers, Jonathan Waggoner, and Jess Franklin, except for "Country Must Be Country Wide" (produced by Dann Huff) and "Dirt Road Anthem Revisited" (produced by Phive Starr Productions).

Wanderin' through the back roads And the rain comes rushin' down To resolve your love For this man in his twenties. Am I Right? Am I wrong? Or am I just dreaming? Climbing up the backstairs There's a chill wind in the air I wrap up from the cold Pull the blind in the window. Who was here? Was it you? Or am I just dreaming? Look at all the lonely people Walking miles around the town I can see the old cathedral But I have to play it down.

Oh, thinkin' about all our younger years There was only you and me We were young and wild and free. Now nothin' can take you away from me We've been down that road before But that's over now You keep me comin' back for more. Baby, you're all that I want When you're lyin' here in my arms I'm findin' it hard to believe We're in heaven. And love is all that I need And I found it there in your heart It isn't too hard to see We're in heaven

Listen to A Storm In Heaven right now. The Verve are one of the only bands that I’ve ever begged to work with, producer John Leckie recalls, over two decades later. I just couldn’t believe what I was witnessing. With A Storm In Heaven, however, he sent the legacy of British psychedelia into the stratosphere. An antidote to both the nihilistic grunge movement in the US and the wry postmodernism of the emerging Britpop scene, The Verve cared little for trends (Ashcroft – famously – cared even less for shoes). Ashcroft even finished his vocals for ‘Blue’ at 6am of the morning that their record label expected the master tapes – which only makes it all the more remarkable that, among the maelstrom, the song stands out for pointing the way to the future. Written towards the end of the sessions, it marks the point where The Verve managed to translate their free-form live shows into the studio.

It was released as digital format on 15 September 2011, and physical format (CD) on 28 September 2011.


A Am I Right? 3:54
B Heaven 2:45

Companies, etc.

  • Produced At – Tonstudio Dachstein


  • Arranged By – Drago Šenveter
  • Photography By – Kaserer
  • Producer, Recording Supervisor, Technician – Drago Senveter*, Ivo Radosevic
  • Written-By – Mario Switil

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Rights Society: Austro Mechana
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout A, etched): A 41001 / 8703 A1
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout B, etched): A 41001 / 8703 B1