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On Earth As It Is in Heaven


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Audio CD, January 25, 1994
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Product Details

  • Audio CD (January 25, 1994)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Polygram Records
  • ASIN: B000008CW4
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (15 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #630,447 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Truly one of the greatest albums of all time and the greatest ANGEL album also.
John McMahon
I don't think there is a dud on On Earth As It Is In Heaven, although some songs are better than the others.
Hellion Zephreid
Like Angel's first two albums were recommended by me, it's definitely the same opinion, recommendation wise.
Kevin B. "0820"

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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Kevin Dobbs "dragonboots" on September 11, 2004
Format: Audio CD
The first version I ever owned of this album was on vinyl and it was a Christmas present from my parents.Was I grateful when I peeled off the wrapping paper? Hell yes! Was I so happy when I played it? Well honestly...no. So why five stars?

Well the primary reason for the dislike was the woeful production values applied here. Stripped back with the worst drum sound for one of the worlds most underated drummers in Barry Brandt I believe the usually reliable Eddie Kramer was behind the knobs having just finished production on mighty Kiss's 'Rock N Roll Over'. Incidently I think that disc was underproduced too but suited better their raw style.Back in the day when owning an album was an hard earned honour I stuck with this collection of songs and overtime I would say that some of the best Angel has to offer are available here. It also marks the crossroads between the epic and the pop eras.

So forget the lousy production values and soak in the exquisite majesty of opener "Can You Feel It" that conjours homeland memories with its 'fish and chips and some beer' dietery tips. Listen for the Bonham-esque drums hoping to crash through but unfortunately never quite doing so. The most Kiss like "Big Boy(Lets Do It Again)" which is as much of a strutter as that bands first album opener. "Telephone Exchange" my fav Angel song bar non complete with Boston styled mid section. "On the Rocks" which I heard again when the Darkness released their debut (have a listen and you'll know when) and the sword and sorcery of "Cast The First Stone" which places you on a Viking longboat approaching a new land to conquer. Closer "Just a Dream" is lavishly synth washed and fabulous only closely met by "Out of the Blue" on the Giuffria debut.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Dwight Frye on September 23, 2012
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
I echo the other reviewers' opinions of the remastering on this recording. I too, found the high end to be over emphasized. I thought the bottom end sounded very weak. It had the feeling of being pushed to the back and was poorly defined. The overall volume of the recording does seem to be a bit lower than I would have expected. But, when increased, it only brought out the shortcomings of the remastering. Unfortunately, I found the same aforementioned characteristics to be true for the other two Angel remasterings released by Rock Candy as well. Like the other reviewers, I am also surprised (and disappointed) by the poor quality as I, too, have come to expect much better from this label. I have the Lovember Records remastered release of this title as well as all of the '92 domestic releases, the BGO releases, and the Japanese SHM CD releases from Angel. To my ears, all of the these sound better than the corresponding Rock Candy remasters by varying degrees. For this title, the Lovember Records release is my go to copy that I would recommend to others.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By trebor1022 on September 23, 2012
Format: Audio CD
I have to agree with the other reviewer. Angel is my all time favorite band and I was so excited to hear Rock Candy was going to remaster the first three cds from this band. What a disappointment! It is so out of whack, the vocals and the hi hat take over songs. Its as if someone cranked up the volume on a poor stereo. I have purchased over twenty five other remastered titles from Rock Candy and they were all remastered beautifully. Unfortunately this cd and the newly remastered Paris cd, featuring Bob Welch (also a Rock Candy release) is horrible. Unless you want the great pictures and essay contained in the booklet, stay with the original releases. Again, Rock Candy what the hell happened ?
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Joe Bybel on September 21, 2012
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
This review isn't for the music on the cd, it's based for the horrible remastering effort. On Earth as it is in Heaven is an good cd from Angel but this particular remastering effort from Rock Candy is really bad. From the first song you can hear the music fading lower and then returning higher. I can tell that this master was turned up high when recording, so high that it muffles the sound. A really poor effort from Rock Candy records that I was not expecting at all. Everything that I have bought from Rock Candy has been really good. This is the first time that I have gotten a bad product from them. It's a shame because this cd is one of Angel's best and to have it ruined by Rock Candy doesn't sit well with me.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Tim Brough TOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on June 18, 2009
Format: Audio CD
On their third Casablanca album, Angel transitioned from proggy swords and sandals band to arena rockers with a taste for Kiss-Pop-rock. "On Earth as it is in Heaven" introduced the infamous reversible Angel logo and gave greater focus to the band's all-white androgynous image. It became Angel's first album to crack the top 100 and served up their first hot 100 single with "That Magic Touch."

The change is evident from the first pulsing song. "Can You Feel It" pounds away with Barry Brandt's drums and then Punky Meadows' multi-tracked guitar blasts. This is a song made specifically for the stage, announcing a band that was there to kick some butt. Producer Eddie Kramer (who had pushed KISS in this direction) tightened up the sounds and added the arena sized punch, but also got the band to emphasize their hooks. "White Lightning" brought in some funk and the acoustic guitar sounds in "Telephone Exchange" shows the influence of Boston's pervasive success. Or think of Starz' Violation and Styx's Pieces of Eight from around the same period.

All roots were not abandoned, though. Both "Cast The First Stone" and "Just a Dream" could have found space on Angel or Helluva Band's Styx/Kansas brand of rock. They close out the album as a nod to Angel's pivoting from their first album to the unabashed power-pop that showed on the glammy Sinful swansong.
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