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See superheating for the physics process.
See superheater for steam engine superheat.
Live album by The Gathering
Released 25 January 2000
Recorded All songs recorded at Paradiso, Amsterdam - Netherlands 16-04-1999, except Rescue Me & Strange Machines, recorded at 013, Tilburg - Netherlands 28-02-1999.
Genre Alternative rock/Progressive rock
Length 65:41
Label Century Media Records
Producer The Gathering
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Superheat is a live album by Dutch alternative rock band The Gathering, released on 25 January 2000 by Century Media.[1] The album was recorded at Paradiso, Amsterdam, Netherlands on 16 April 1999, with the exception of "Rescue Me" & "Strange Machines", which were recorded at 013, Tilburg, Netherlands on 28 February 1999.

The album was produced by The Gathering, recorded and engineered by Jan Schuurman at 'The Van' Mobile Studio. The album was mixed by Jan Schuurman Raymond Tabak & The Gathering at 'The Van' Home Studio, Spakenburg, Netherlands during the Summer of 1999. The album was mastered by Paul Schuurman on 1 October 1999 at 'The Van' Home Studio.

In refrigeration, superheat is the amount of heat added to the refrigerant after it has changed from liquid state into a vapor state.

Track listing[edit]

Original 2000 Release
No. Title Length
1. "The Big Sleep"   5:26
2. "On Most Surfaces (Inüit)"   6:45
3. "Probably Built in the Fifties"   6:52
4. "Liberty Bell"   5:27
5. "Marooned"   5:47
6. "Rescue Me"   6:59
7. "Strange Machines"   6:26
8. "Nighttime Birds"   6:51
9. "My Electricity"   3:29
10. "Sand & Mercury"   11:38
CD-ROM Bonus Track
No. Title Length
11. "Eléanor"   6:42



  1. ^ "The Gathering – Superheat". Retrieved 2014-01-31.