Heavenly vs. Satan is the first album by British twee pop band Heavenly. It was released by Sarah Records in January 1991, as SARAH 603 (see Sarah Records catalogue). At this stage Heavenly was a four-piece (see the Heavenly article for a photograph); Cathy Rogers would join the band in the summer of 1991.
BPM Profile Heavenly vs. Satan. Album starts at 115BPM, ends at BPM (-115), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by Heavenly. The Decline and Fall of Heavenly. Le Jardin de Heavenly.
Heavenly's first album is a remarkable maturation of Talulah Gosh's old manic guitar strum. The melodies are every bit as peppy, but the shambolic chaos is transformed into a sound that, while still jumpy and loose, is much more restrained and sweetly melodic. Similarly, singer Amelia Fletcher's vocals are still cute and girlish, but she's learned a lot more about the concept of pitch, and she's well on her way to becoming one of the most influential singers on the '90s indie pop scene
Cool Guitar Boy. Boyfriend Stays The Same. Lemonhead Boy. Shallow. It's You. Stop Before You Say It. 2001 Reissue Bonus Tracks. I Fell In Love Last Night. Our Love Is Heavenly. Wrap My Arms Around Him. She Says. Escort Crash On Marston Street.
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