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New album out now. Listen to the whole album here: http://www.7thheavenband.com/music.html




01 Home

02 Beautiful Life

03 Midwest Girls in the Summertime

04 Always )

05 If You Change Your Mind

06 Contact

07 Forget About Me

08 Eyes Wide Open

09 So Wonderful

10 S.O.S.



Also just released 'Pop Medley 4'. Listen here: http://www.7thheavenband.com/music.html






We Will Rock You/Queen

Keep On Loving You/REO Speedwagon


Nothing's Gonna Stop Us Now/Starship

9 to 5/Dolly Parton

Forever Young/Rod Stewart

Knowing Me, Knowing You/ABBA

One Of These Nights/The Eagles

All Night Long/Lionel Richie

I’m Coming Out/Diana Ross

Get Down On It/Kool & The Gang

Ghostbusters/Ray Parker Jr

Pink Houses/John Mellencamp


Don’t Stop Believing/Journey

I Wanna Dance With Somebody/Whitney Houston

Flashdance...What a Feeling/Irene Cara

Heaven Is A Place On Earth/Blelinda Carlisle

The Warrior/Scandal

You Should Be Dancing/Bee Gees

Old Time Rock And Roll/Bob Seger

Summer Nights/Grease

Sharp Dressed Man/ZZ Top

Band On The Run/Paul McCartney

Pretty Woman

America/Van Halen, Roy Orbison

Twist And Shout/The Beatles

You Might Think/The Cars

Love Somebody/Rick Springfield

Beat It/Michael Jackson

Don't Stand So Close To Me/The Police

Runaround Sue/Leif Garret, Dion

We Didn’t Start The Fire/Billy Joel

Rock & Roll All Night/KISS

Brown Eye’d Girl/Van Morrison

You Make My Dreams/Hall & Oates

I'm Still Standing/Elton John

The Boys Of Summer/Don Henley

I've Had The Time Of My Life/Bill Medley & Jennifer Warnes

Purple Rain/Prince

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Ok so I'm 6 tracks into the new album and as usual the 7th Heaven guys don't disappoint, excellent stuff. Track 3 Midwest Girls In The Summertime would make a cool single with a nice summery video to go with it.

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It's ironic how they've finally nailed the production (after releasing about 50 great albums with solid but average production) but they've now started recording a bigger ratio of fillers to killer tunes.


I only just heard this one once so far, but it seemed like the first three songs were all pretty average. Thankfully, the rest seemed really good. 'Always' and 'If you change your mind' seemed like two of the best songs of the year so far. Looking forward to another listen or several.

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Ive really dropped off with this band and havnt bothered picking up the past few releases.

Silver was near perfect, USA-Uk and Pop Media were also fantastic. Then i lost interest... i think there was even some rap on the last release??

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