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  • Original Release Date: August 15, 2011
  • Release Date: August 16, 2011
  • Label: Sub Pop Records
  • Copyright: 2011 Sub Pop Records
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  • Total Length: 36:16
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  • ASIN: B005FFVETQ
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars 7 customer reviews
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #94,805 Paid in Albums (See Top 100 Paid in Albums)

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This indie supergroup reaches way back in the rock 'n' roll time machine for inspiration on its debut, back to when doo-wop ditties such as The Five Satins' "In the Still of the Night" and The Monotones' "Book of Love" ruled the airwaves.

The highly talented, entertaining trio -- comprised of former or current members of The Shins, Modest Mouse, Islands, Man Man and The Unicorns -- has whipped up an infectious blend of jump blues, vocal harmony and hard rock that demands repeated plays. "Out of Love" could easily make Mister Heavenly a darling of the music-festival circuit, especially if "Scott Pilgrim vs. the World" actor Michael Cera again joins them on tour as bassist -- or, if he's not available, Keanu Reeves. And for anyone still wondering what a hipster is, catch this band live and, wherever you do, you're sure to end up within hackysack-playing distance of a PBR-swillin' few.

Songs such as "Harm You" and "Your Girl" conjure up summertime escapades in tail-finned convertibles and duck-tail hairdos. The music is breezy, but like the double entendre in the album title (does it refer to falling out of love, or doing something out of love?) and cheeky cover art (crime of passion or suicide?), there are sinister undertones in the lyrics. Take the lines, "I would never hurt you / even if you asked me to" on "Mister Heavenly," or "I don't care if you'll never be mine / cuz I'm yours" on "Reggae Pie."

It's why the band refers to its output as "doom wop" and a "post-apocalyptic 'Valley Girl' meets the 'American Graffiti' soundtrack." Think Sha Na Na meets Queens of the Stone Age.
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This is simply one of the best albums of this year. Since I bought it, I've listened to it at least once all the way through everyday. If you're a fan of Man Man, you have no choice but to get this, but even if you've never heard of any of the artists in this collaboration please give it a try. It's a perfect mix of rock with a good beat and 50's-inspired ballads with an evil twist.
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I stumbled upon this accidently someohow on Amazon while searching for new tunes. I am so glad that I did. This is the first album in a long time that I want to listen to all the way through more than once. It's retro but also edgy. The guitar licks are addictive. Charlyne, Hold My Hand, Pineapple Girl and Your Girl are the catchiest tunes of all to me. And then there's Reggae Pie and Doom Wop. The titles alone make the songs worth a listen. It's a great album to crank up in the car and just drive. Thanks to the other reviewers on this album. They helped me make the decision to just give it a chance. I am now a Mister Heavenly fan and hope they find time to make another album in future.
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If you are reading up on this album, then you are already halfway toward picking it up. Let me make it easy for you: Get it!! This album is one of the best to come out in 2011- in fact, in my lame opinion, there was a five-way-tie for album of the year. Check it: THE MISFITS The Devil's Rain, FOO FIGHTERS: Wasting Light [+Digital Booklet], DEAD WRONG Darkside of the Grave [Explicit], THEY MIGHT BE GIANTS Join Us, and of course MR HEAVENLY "Out of Love."

(Last January I would never have thought Misfits, and Foo Fighters would be locked in a first place tie for album of the year). Do yourself a favor and check out Dead Wrong if you have not already!!
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