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Heat Treatment


Download links and information about Heat Treatment by Graham Parker. This album was released in 1976 and it belongs to Pop genres. It contains 12 tracks with total duration of 41:35 minutes.

Artist: Graham Parker
Release date: 1976
Genre: Pop
Tracks: 12
Duration: 41:35
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No. Title Length
1. Heat Treatment (featuring Graham Parker And The Rumour) 3:09
2. That's What They All Say 3:46
3. Turned Up Too Late 3:37
4. Black Honey (featuring Graham Parker And The Rumour) 3:57
5. Hotel Chambermaid (featuring Graham Parker And The Rumour) 2:59
6. Pourin' It All Out 3:16
7. Back Door Love 3:03
8. Something You're Goin' Thru 4:11
9. Help Me Shake It 3:38
10. Fools' Gold (featuring Graham Parker And The Rumour) 4:13
11. Hold Back the Night (featuring Graham Parker And The Rumour) 3:00
12. Sweet On You 2:46



Graham Parker & The Rumour's early albums were a bridge between the rootsy, American-influenced pub rock scene of the early '70s and the punk/new wave revolution. Though it may sound like straight-up roots rock today, the band's second album, Heat Treatment (released in 1976, like its predecessor), channeled Parker's influences (Van Morrison, Bob Dylan, American soul) into a sound more urgent, raw, and visceral than most of what was coming out of England at the time. Parker's gritty tone and fierce delivery suggested that the songs came from an angrier place than The Rumour's rollicking sound let on. While the feel of "Hotel Chambermaid" wasn't terribly far from classic Rolling Stones, and the horn-punctuated title track was a close cousin of the early J. Geils Band, the reggae inflections of "Something You're Goin' Thru," Parker's venom-tinged vocals on "That's What They All Say," and the sweaty momentum of rockers like "Help Me Shake It" serve notice that Parker and company were pushing through to something new.