27 May 2012 ~ 7 Comments


“Strange Euphoria”

Sony Legacy has made a one hour radio program about “Strange Euphoria” for promotion. You can hear the entire program by going to this AIRPLAYDIRECT.COM website. At the end of part 3 the Heartmongers are treated to a FULL listen to the title track of “Fanatic“. You can skip to that part 3, but you have to listen to the entire part 3 until the song is played (which is a treat on its own!). Enjoy everyone! This is ROCKING indeed!

This radioshow seems to be a longer version of the podcast.

Leave a comment to let everyone know what you like best about the song :)

Thanx to Seattleboy for the scoop!

Here’s a YouTube someone made with the song:


7 Responses to ““FANATIC” FIRST LISTEN!”

  1. Andrew 27 May 2012 at 9:44 pm Permalink

    Excellent interview… covered some new ground for a change!!! I LOVE the demo versions of Magic Man and COY… amazing to hear the beginnings and the genesis of the songs, music and Ann’s voice. Fanatic sounds awesome. Heart is still relevant and on fire 4 decades on… so amazing!

  2. Andrea 27 May 2012 at 10:43 pm Permalink

    Oh that is so Nancy.

  3. Diane aka Snoqueen 28 May 2012 at 4:45 am Permalink

    Good Lord this is a fine, fine wine! The demo of Crazy On You is so ethereal. Awesome. Many thanks to seattleboy and TDHS for scooping and spreading the love!

  4. boogie 28 May 2012 at 5:33 am Permalink

    Ann does have the gift of story telling. Her description of how she came up with the concept behind the new song “Fanatic”…Demos are phenomenal!

    Keep on rocking Ann and Nancy ….

  5. Kelly Lane 1 June 2012 at 8:12 pm Permalink

    FANATIC is fantastic…we are so lucky to get a new album and I for one just cant wait until October you guys!!!

  6. changeling 5 June 2012 at 1:54 pm Permalink

    Kick ass sisters….love it man:)::)!!!!!

  7. Jona 8 June 2012 at 6:37 pm Permalink

    Fanatic Heartmonger or not.They stand in awe of Ann’s “Alone” wail. An altogether great and exceedingly beautiful catch. From my position,it’s “Mistral Wind” that sends me over the edge. Let it speak for itself.

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