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Harsh Reality
Great Britain
Heaven & Hell progressive

Enlarge this picture! Heaven & Hell, the sole album by Harsh Reality, is a legend within the world of record collecting. Mint copies have sold for £400+!!

Heaven & Hell was issued on Philips in 1969, on the back of an earlier single, ‘Tobacco Ash Sunday’. This Traffic-influenced song was written by Terry Stamp (later in Third World War and also a solo artist) and was recently covered by Paul Weller.

Heaven & Hell has never officially been reissued on CD. Now Esoteric are proud to announce that the album has finally been re-mastered from the original tapes, and expanded with four mono mixes issued across two singles.

For the first time, the sleeve-notes tell the story of this obscure proto-progressive rock band from Stevenage, Hertfordshire who emerged out of the remnants of the Freightliner Blues Band.

1.When I Move
2.Tobacco Ash Sunday
3.Mary Roberta (Part I)
4.Praying For Reprieve
5.How Do You Feel
6.Heaven And Hell
8.Devil's Daughter
9.Mary Roberta (Part II)
10.Melancholy Lady
11.Don't Shoot Me Down
12.Girl Of My Dreams
13.Mary Roberta (Part III)
bonus tracks
1.Tobacco Ash Sunday (mono single)
2.How Do You Feel (mono single)
3.Heaven And Hell (mono single)
4.Praying For Reprieve (mono single)
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ECLEC 2290 CD 1969   17.00