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Vandenberg – Heading For A Storm


Bert Heerink (vocals)
Adrian Vandenberg (guitar, keyboards, backing vocals)
Dick Kemper (bass, backing vocals)
Jos Zoomer (drums, backing vocals)

Produced by: Stuart Epps, Adrian Vandenberg 
Engineered by: Stuart Epps
Mixed by : Stuart Epps, Adrian Vandenberg
Mastered by: Bob Ludwig
Digitally Remastered by: Andy Pearce

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Special Limited Deluxe Collector’s Edition. Fully remastered sound shaped from 24 BIT digital technology. 12 page full colour booklet – 3,000 word essay, enhanced artwork, memorabilia, rare photos and new interview with Adrian Vandenberg. This might seem to be a fairly obvious statement of fact, but it’s easy to forget just how significant Vandenberg became in the early 1980s. A Dutch hard rock band with the style, musicianship, confidence, songs and sound to match anything being done elsewhere. And, for a while it appeared inevitable that they’d be destined to achieve greatness. ‘Heading For A Storm’ was the band’s second album, emerging after the unexpected success of their debut which had secured them a foothold in the top 30 of US singles charts with the track ‘Burning Heart’. For album #2 they returned to the same producer and studio; that’s Stuart Epps and SOL studio on the banks of the River Thames, a facility owned by Jimmy Page. Less confrontational than their debut album, ‘Heading For A Storm’, originally issued in 1983, showcased a more mature Vandenberg, one with increasingly sophisticated songs (all written by guitarist Adrian Vandenberg) and far broader scope. The album may not have eclipsed sales of the debut in the USA, where record company politics hampered progress, but in Europe the record gained healthy traction. With cover art painted by Adrian, whose guitar solos also continued to impress, the album is now regarded as an essential cornerstone of the band’s legacy.”

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