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This Podcast is a compilation taken from all the various recorded albums and live performances. The podcast is completely narrated by Mili. Each song including Mili's Podcast Intro, Song Intro and Podcast Outro has its own chapter complete with artwork so you can listen to any song you want by clicking on the chapter in iTunes. The song list is included in the description below for easy finding and each song is hard coded in the podcast itself.
Song List - Chapters
1. Podcast Intro - Mili
2. Loaded Mutha - Tangled In Reins
3. SteelHeart - Tangled In Reins
4. Cabernet - Wait
5. You Showed Me How to Love - G2BA
6. Sheila Intro - Mili
7. Sheila - LIVE - Steelheart
8. Mama Don’t You Cry - Tangled In Reins
9. Electric Chair - Live In Japan Mili and Kenny
10. We All Die Young - Wait
11. Shine A Light For Me - G2BA
12. Twisted Future -G2BA
13. Podcast Outro - Mili
Total Run Time 58:47 Minutes
Podcast created April 30, 2012 Created by Kimmie Sharon of KMS ROX
Steelheart is a band fronted by Miljenko Matijevic. Mili’s powerful voice and multi-octave range has become the heart and soul of the band. Although they began as a glam band in the early 90s, Mili has recently reformed the band and turned it away from the glam scene. Steelheart's new sound is modern and edgy while still retaining overtones of Miljenko Matijevic's roots. Writing, producing, Matijevic has Fused his past, present and the future together, creating an undeniable piece of art . “A modern day led Zeppelin” (Mitch Lafon BW&BK).
Steelheart released their self-titled debut album in 1990. It sold 33,000 albums on its first day in Japan alone, and quickly hit platinum status. The ballad “She’s Gone” which showcased Matijevic’s incredible vocal range hit #1 on the International Charts, staying there for 17 weeks. The second single “I’ll Never Let You Go (Angel Eyes)” reached #14 on the billboard charts, and was MTV’s 2nd most requested video. The album reached #40 on the billboard charts, making it (albeit just so) officially a ‘hit’. “Everybody Loves Eileen” and its accompanying video also garnered much success. The song “Can’t Stop Me Lovin’ You” further showcased Matijevic’s vocal range, but this time, lead guitarist Risola’s guitar skills were also noticed. The accompanying video was another of the band’s hits.
Steelheart’s next effort, “Tangled In Reins” was a much more mixed combination than the debut, with songs like “Sticky Side Up” to smooth ballads such as “Mama Don’t You Cry”. Also, the song, “Steelheart”, featured Matijevic hitting his highest note of the three albums. The ballad "Mama Don't You Cry" charted #1 in many East Asian Countries, including Hong Kong, prompting their Asian tour in September, 1992. Nearing the end of the “Tangled in Reins” tour, Slaughter asked Steelheart to perform one last show which would occur in Denver, Colorado. The show took place on Halloween night, a night which will forever be remembered by Steelheart fans. While performing, “Dancing in the Fire”, a hit from the “Tangled in Reins” album, Matijevic decided to climb a lighting truss, which was improperly secured. Matijevic tried to evade the massive rig, but without success. The 1000 pound truss hit Matijevic on the back of the head, driving one of the greatest vocalists of all time, face first into the stage, breaking his nose, cheekbone, jaw and twisting his spine. Matijevic miraculously found the strength to walk off the stage and he was immediately taken to a hospital. “Steelheart” ended that night.
Four years later, Matijevic formed a new version of Steelheart with Kenny Kanowski (guitars), Vincent Mele (bass) and Alex Makarovich (drums) to record and release the album “Wait”. The album was very different to the previous two albums. The single “Wait” went #1 in many Asian countries; however that was the main area of the album’s success, the grunge invasion causing the American European markets to be near closed to classic rock. Original member James Ward joined Steelheart on the tour supporting the album. Also on the “Wait” album, “We All Die Young”, used in “Rock Star,” starring Mark Wahlberg and Jennifer Aniston. Mili was the voice of Mark Wahlberg and sang 8 songs in the Movie.
Be sure to check out Steelheart Website http://www.steelheart.com where all their social networks are listed so you can keep up with all the new happenings taking place now and for the future. Tour date will be posted shortly.
Be cool… Stay Turned on and tuned in for more All Steelheart All The Time! --Kimmie M Sharon --KMS ROX