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From Monday to Sunday
Nick Heyward
From Monday to Sunday
Genres: Alternative Rock, Pop, Rock
 
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All Artists: Nick Heyward
Title: From Monday to Sunday
Members Wishing: 0
Total Copies: 0
Label: Sony
Original Release Date: 12/7/1993
Release Date: 12/7/1993
Genres: Alternative Rock, Pop, Rock
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Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPCs: 074645775524, 074645775548

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Some of the greatest pop melodies produced in the 90's
Michael Paulsen | Rancho Santa Margarita, CA USA | 08/24/1999
(5 out of 5 stars)

"I suppose it isn't surprising that an album of this caliber went unnoticed in an era where post-grunge, slacker posturing clogs the airwaves and garners all the attention. From Monday to Sunday is a pop masterpiece all the way through. It will make you believe in music again. While "Kite" got some moderate airplay on college radio, some of the greatest gems herein never received any. "January Man" and "Mr. Plain" were instant classics the moment I heard their intoxicating choruses. Nick Heyward is a true unsung pop master."
Every song is great
Michael Paulsen | 06/26/1999
(5 out of 5 stars)

"I liked "Pelican West" by Nick's old band Haircut 100, so after he went solo I decided to try out this album. I guess "floored" was the word for my reaction the first time I heard it. This stuff sounds almost NOTHING like Haircut 100, which surprised me. No, it's a lot more guitar-oriented and poppish, more accomplished-sounding, infinitely catchy and just so much BETTER. I loved "Love Plus One" and the like, but this album is something else. Not a bad song in the bunch. If you like good, intelligent pop, this is it."
Tremendous solo outing from former Haircut 100 front man
hyperbolium | Earth, USA | 10/12/2000
(4 out of 5 stars)

"The first track, "He Doesn't Love You Like I Do", portends this LP to be one of 1994's best pop treats: a brilliantly catchy melody played out over letter perfect chimey guitars and superb double-tracked harmony vocal that are variously reminiscent of the Everly Brothers or more neo-Country harmonizers such as Rank and File.Heyward has always carried an undeservedly bad repuation as the one-time vocalist of the British pop group, Haircut 100. Undeserved, because their debut LP, "Pelican West" was a tremendous pop LP that whose high-quality music was eclipsed in the public's mind by the band's MTV images. Heyward doesn't move too far afield here, and many of the tracks sound almost as if they were lifted from the Haircut 100 sessions, right down to the Penny Lane-ish trumpet that was used so effectively in Haircut 100's "Fantastic Day."This solo spin proves that Haircut 100 was anything but an empty haircut band. Heyward's songs and singing are truly extraordinary."