HEAVYSHIFT IS AWESOME. Do not hear much about them. Been hearing tunes since about 1995. Finally found UNCHAIN YOUR MIND. The instrumental talent of these musicians is mind blowing. The horns, keyboards, and percussion really rock out. Maybe I will have the opportunity to see them live some day. Beautiful,emotional, awesome.
I had to smile when I read the comments as I too LOVE 90 Degrees in the Shade. I searched and searched for it as I was determined to own a copy. It is quickly being added to my top 5 all time favorite songs and I am 66 years old....and INTO music all my life. Everything about this song is perfect. I am listening to it even as I write to you. Keep making great music.
Most fabulous song I have ever heard and I am 60 years old. Loved it the first time I heard it 5 years ago-90 degrees in the shade.
when i look back and the days when i used to wake up and my dad was playing heavy shift really loud i used to love it now im a dj and only 17 i try and play them as much as possible when im djing its simply amazing music it just worrys me that people my age dont like this music its amazing.
When are you guys coming out to California? Would love to see ya live!
Jammin' 90 degrees in the shade today, cause it will be 90 degrees in the shade!
Hey, this guestbook thing is new!
Anyway, if you don't like Heavyshift there's something wrong with you. Seriously. Get some taste at once!
I absolutly love your music. I have the "unchain your mind" cd and it is as fresh as it was the day I first heard it.
How or where can I get your "unchain your mind" CD? No one carries it here, & so far, I have'nt been able to find it anywhere other than used. Any suggestions?
Keep up the great music!
Heavy Shift release their long awaited 5th album 'Hampster on the Wheel'
Available now on the music page of this site & 0n iTunes and CDBaby...
The latest installment of the Heavy Shift story gives a more live feel to the band, hopefully managing to convey the raw power of a Heavy Shift gig.
Happy Grooving -
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