Heavens (album)

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Heavens
Big Dipper Heavens.jpg
Studio album by Big Dipper
Released 1987
Genre Alternative rock, indie rock, Jangle Pop
Label Homestead Records
Big Dipper chronology
Boo-Boo EP
(1987)
Heavens
(1987)
Craps
(1988)

Heavens is the debut full-length music album from Boston band Big Dipper. The album was released in 1987 on Homestead Records. Heavens was remastered and rereleased as part of Merge Record's Supercluster: The Big Dipper Anthology in 2008. The song, "Mr. Woods", was covered by Gigolo Aunts on Safe and Sound: A Benefit in Response to the Brookline Clinic Violence, released in 1996 on Mercury Records (Catalog Number: 314 534 067-2).

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Length
1. "She's Fetching" 2:37
2. "Man O'War" 2:41
3. "Easter Eve" 3:37
4. "Humason" 2:56
5. "Lunar Module" 4:48
6. "All Going Out Together" 2:57
7. "Younger Bums" 2:57
8. "When Men Were Trains" 2:29
9. "Wet Weekend" 3:15
10. "Mr. Woods" 3:12
11. "Guitar Named Desire" 1:54