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Album: SuperHeavy
# Song Title   Time
1)    SuperHeavy
2)    Unbelievable
3)    Miracle Worker
4)    Energy
5)    Satyameva Jayathe
6)    One Day One Night
7)    Never Gonna Change
8)    Beautiful People
9)    Rock Me Gently
10)    I Can't Take It No More
11)    I Don't Mind
12)    World Keeps Turning
 

Album: SuperHeavy
# Song Title   Time
1)    SuperHeavy
2)    Unbelievable
3)    Miracle Worker
4)    Energy
5)    Satyameva Jayathe
6)    One Day One Night
7)    Never Gonna Change
8)    Beautiful People
9)    Rock Me Gently
10)    I Can't Take It No More
11)    I Don't Mind
12)    World Keeps Turning
 
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  • Personnel: Mick Jagger (vocals, guitar, harmonica); A.R. Rahman (vocals, piano, synthesizer, programming); Damian Marley (vocals, programming); Joss Stone (vocals); Dave Stewart (guitar); Ann Marie Calhoun (violin, strings); Anna Stafford (violin); Jeff Watkins (saxophone); Holly Ferris (trumpet); Mike Rowe (piano, organ, keyboards, synthesizer); Phillip "Winta" James (piano, organ, synthesizer); Christian Lohr (keyboards); Courtney Diedrick (drums); Leon Mobley (percussion); Ned Douglas (programming).
  • Audio Mixer: Chris Lord-Alge.
  • Recording information: Circle House Studios, Miami, FL; Henson Recording Studios, Hollywood, CA; Nirvana Studios; Panchathan Hollywood Studio; Panchathan Record Inn; Premier Digital Mastering Studios; The Octopus.
  • All supergroups contain a member or two whose stardom outshines the rest and so it is with SuperHeavy, a motley amalgamation fronted by Mick Jagger, Joss Stone, and Damian Marley and also featuring Eurythmic Dave Stewart and Indian film composer A.R. Rahman. Unquestionably Jagger's star shines brightest but he's not the center of this universe, nor is Stone, the only member who has been a constant presence in international pop charts over the past decade. No, the creative director here is Dave Stewart, who was suddenly seized by the possibilities of a pancultural purported pop, enthused to his friend Jagger and brought him on board, then filled out the group with totems of different cultures: Marley representing Jamaica, Rahman Bollywood, Stone the new breed. Mad scientist that he is, Stewart takes pains to balance each voice because "Common Ground" is kind of the point of this venture -- sounds from every corner of the world converge to create music intended to speak to every corner of the world. Such global thinking extends to the lyrics, where SuperHeavy endeavor to make sense of the world's mess, to figure out "what the f*** is going on," as Joss sings on "I Can't Take It No More." SuperHeavy certainly don't lack for ambition but occasionally it seems as if they're only making music for themselves. ~ Stephen Thomas Erlewine
Professional Reviews
Rolling Stone (p.71) - Ranked #34 in Rolling Stone's '50 Best Albums Of 2011' -- "Think of this not as a side project, but as a huge, freewheeling party."
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