Heaven in This Hell (Deluxe Edition)
Download links and information about Heaven in This Hell (Deluxe Edition) by Orianthi. This album was released in 2013 and it belongs to Rock, Blues Rock, Hard Rock, Heavy Metal, Pop genres. It contains 14 tracks with total duration of 51:13 minutes.
|Genre:||Rock, Blues Rock, Hard Rock, Heavy Metal, Pop|
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|1.||Heaven in This Hell||4:32|
|2.||You Don't Wanna Know||3:40|
|4.||If U Think That U Know Me||3:34|
|5.||How Do You Sleep?||4:14|
|9.||How Does That Feel?||3:08|
|11.||If You Were Here with Me||4:10|
|12.||Sex E Bizarre (feat. Steven Tyler) [Bonus Track]||3:08|
|13.||Better with You (Bonus Track)||2:57|
|14.||Another You (Bonus Track) [Alt. Radio Mix]||3:43|
Orianthi's third studio album, 2013's Heaven in This Hell, finds the virtuoso guitarist and singer moving away from the melodic pop/rock of 2009's Believe and toward a more adult contemporary and modern blues-rock sound. Working with producer and Eurythmics co-founder Dave Stewart, Orianthi co-wrote all of the songs on Heaven in This Hell. Whereas last time, tracks like, "According to You" and "Bad News" brought to mind a harder rocking take on "Since You've Been Gone"-era Kelly Clarkson, here, cuts like the swampy blues of "Fire" and the Jimi Hendrix-esque "Frozen" play up more of Orianthi's strength as ballsy, guitar slinging rock chick. The closest Heaven in This Hell gets to Believe is on the infectious and anthemic "If U Think U Know Me," which sounds more Melissa Etheridge — a comparison that would most likely appeal to Orianthi, based on the material she's showcasing here. Elsewhere, tracks like the soulful ballad "How Do You Sleep?" and the funky, R&B-inflected slow jam "How Does It Feel?" also showcase Orianthi's growth as a vocalist. This is a more gritty, less pop-oriented album than anything Orianthi has done before, and in that sense, it may appeal to an older, more rock-oriented audience.