Hurt & The Merciless marks a musical culmination for The Heavy, a mesmerizing blend of their trademark rock’n’roll classicism and funk and soul grooves, with added sonic experimentation. Self-produced, the band's main aim when recording was to capture the powerful energy of their live show—that life-affirming spark of rock’n’roll when anything feels possible. The 12 track album features lead single "Since You Been Gone," with its lolloping groove, plus the spiky garage-rock anthem "What Happened To The Love?" and is their strongest batch of songs to date.
Hurt & The Merciless marks a musical culmination for The Heavy, a mesmerizing blend of their trademark rock’n’roll classicism and funk and soul grooves, with added sonic experimentation. Self-produced, the band's main aim when recording was to capture the powerful energy of their live show—that life-affirming spark of rock’n’roll when anything feels possible. The 12 track album features lead single "Since You Been Gone," with its lolloping groove, plus the spiky garage-rock anthem "What Happened To The Love?" and is their strongest batch of songs to date.
075597947045
Hurt & The Merciless

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Format: CD
Label: BAD SON RECORDING CO
Genre: Rock/Pop
Rel. Date: 04/01/2016
UPC: 075597947045

Hurt & The Merciless
Artist: The Heavy
Format: CD
New: In Stock $15.98
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DISC: 1

1. Since You Been Gone
2. What Happened To The Love?
3. Not The One
4. The Apology
5. Nobody's Hero
6. Miss California
7. Turn Up
8. A Ghost You Can't Forget
9. Last Confession
10. Mean Ol' Man
11. Slave To Your Love
12. Goodbye Baby

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Hurt & The Merciless marks a musical culmination for The Heavy, a mesmerizing blend of their trademark rock’n’roll classicism and funk and soul grooves, with added sonic experimentation. Self-produced, the band's main aim when recording was to capture the powerful energy of their live show—that life-affirming spark of rock’n’roll when anything feels possible. The 12 track album features lead single "Since You Been Gone," with its lolloping groove, plus the spiky garage-rock anthem "What Happened To The Love?" and is their strongest batch of songs to date.