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2013 release from the Greek/Australian singer, songwriter and guitarist. Heaven In This Hell is the follow up to her hit 2009 release, Believe. Orianthi is perhaps best known for being Michael Jackson's lead guitarist for his ill-fated This Is It concert series, and as the lead guitarist in Alice Cooper's live band. The album was recorded in Nashville and Hollywood.


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Product Details

  • Audio CD (March 12, 2013)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Robo Records
  • ASIN: B00AEJQB7I
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (77 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #11,532 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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18 of 19 people found the following review helpful By Shah on March 12, 2013
Format: Audio CD
I have been a fan of Orianthi for a few years now, So I was looking forward to this album for some time. Unlike the first album, this one feels more like a Orianthi album. Its not commercial as the first(or the last)album.
Some great guitar work on this album, The title song starts this album on a high note, allowing her to show more of a blues rock style that she is known for. Other songs like "You don't wanna know, Fire, frozen & filthy blues" continue this album in the same manner as the title song Heaven in this hell. The rest of the songs like If you think you know me, how do you sleep, how does that feel and rock, have a ballad/blues feel to them. Personally I like this album more than the last one (it still was a good record).
My Fav songs on this album are Heaven in this hell, fire, you don't wanna know, frozen and how does that feel.
Its good to see Orianthi playing and coming out with a album that represents her musical influence,best of luck to her, and hope to see her live soon.
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By keith wright on March 12, 2013
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This is my first venture into Orianthi's music -- I was aware of her but decided to check out her new album after reading a feature in Guitar World. The production is nice and beefy without being too polished and most of the solos have a Stevie Ray Vaughn kind of vibe to it. Her voice works well with the material also, and the opening track is one of the standouts of the album. The hints of R&B and country work well also, I just wish more of the album sounded like that opening track. I appreciate that the songwriting is very strong and that they aren't just vehicles for her to shred, but I cant help but feel that some of the material, while good is just a little bit restrained. I shouldn't have to wait for the fade out to hear her gorgeous soloing. I know this isn't a metal album and I didn't expect her to start shredding like Alex Skolnik or something, but the album could have been a bit more aggressive. Still, I would recommend this to any fans of bluesy rock n roll -- its definitely worth the purchase!
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8 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Hotel California on March 22, 2013
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I ordered (2) copies of this album last week when it came out (got it from amazon within a day!) and have been listening to it non-stop ever since. While I knew Orianthi was a great guitarist, I think Heaven In This Hell proves she is a gifted songwriter and vocalist as well. The 11 track album includes the riff heavy title track "Heaven In This Hell" and closes with "If U Were Here With Me" a slightly more pop sounding rock ballad, which showcases a softer side to the guitarist. In between these songs, I was pleased to find a couple of bluesy, country cross-over sounding tracks " Rock" and "Another You" that feature solos that showcase her skills with out being over the top. "Filthy Blues" has a swampy blues vibe and you can definitely hear the Hendrix influence in her guitar and her raw vocal has a very "Benatar-esque" sound. Personally, I love the new sound and hope this is the direction she continues to go with her music. Heaven In This Hell is a delightful musical smorgasbord.
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By mackmile on March 16, 2013
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Really liked it .Great singing and guitar playing. Hopefully she comes to FL when shes on tour Give it a try you'll love it
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By FiveSeasons on March 18, 2013
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This is the music Orianthi is suppose to be making given her cited influences such as Jimi Hendrix and Stevie Ray Vaughn. Her previous albums seem to be made for the teen pop crowd, this one on the otherhand is for those who appreciate no nonsense blues based rock and roll.
Her guitar playing virtuosity is not groundbreaking but nonetheless relects all the great rock guitarist of the previous generation. Great tone coming from her guitar and her singing is a right fit for these songs.
Worth the buy if you're into guitar driven, blues based rock.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Suburban on May 12, 2013
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I bought the Believe II album a couple years ago after hearing Orianthi play the "Beat It" solo. It's not a BAD album. Helped mostly by the instrumental track "Highly Strung," and some great guitar work in "According to You." Mostly of the songs could be mistaken for Kelly Clarkson tracks - not my thing. I've heard enough of the same kind of stuff that I'm really pretty sick of it.

Watched the "Voodoo Chile" video filmed in Japan, and the ones with Santana on YouTube. Great stuff! I think I remember Eddie Trunk putting her on his top 5 list of female rockers on "That Metal Show." She can really shred a guitar, and bend notes in ways many can't.

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Here is my track rundown for the Heaven In This Hell album:
Frozen - The first song I listened to on the album. Off to a great start with a blues/rock song. Sultry vocals. Feeling optomistic.

Rock - The title of the track is false advertising. Kind of sounds like a Carrie Underwood song. To twist a line from another song; it's a lot Country, a little bit Rock 'n' Roll.

Heaven in This Hell - In a lot of the reviews, this is listed as a top track on the album. Sort of a heavy country song, if that makes any sense. First time I listened to it, I was disappointed. Second time, I'll give it a strong "B-Side" vote, which is still not very good, especially for a title track.

You Don't Wanna Know - Some great guitar solo work. Shreds it for about 25 seconds, but I don't much like the rest of the track. Only mediocre.

Fire - This is a song from an earlier album of the same name. Reminds me a little bit of "Ghost Riders (in the Sky)" by The Outlaws, but a few decades more current. Not terribly impressive.
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