Level Heads – (self titled) – 1986

Level Head was a new wave band out of Sarnia Ontario Canada.

This was their self titled introductory EP that appears to only have been released in Canada. Very heavy New Wave influence on this album makes it a favourite of mine.

The music has a strong Depeche Mode feel while I can’t actually nail down a comparative vocalist. The bottom line is that the album has a very strong Synth sound and yes the track Wo Wo Wo is supposed to end that way.

Track Listing:
1 – Excuses (Really?) – 3:12
2 – Behold – 2:41
3 – How Long? – 7:23
4 – Wo Wo Wo – 3:17
5 – The Fighter – 3:10
6 – Tell Me What You See – 2:25

Bass – Craig Gillings
Cover – Sue Houden
Drums – Todd Gillings
Engineer – John Press (2)
Guitar – Jim Chevalier
Keyboards – Scott Douglas
Marimba – Scott Douglas
Performer [Level Heads Is] – Craig Gillings, Jim Chevalier, Scott Douglas, Todd Gillings
Producer – Gamiel Shabawda, Level Heads
Vocals – Craig Gillings, Jim Chevalier

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Author: Ray Mansfield

One of the founding cowboys of Real 80s CCM. Been listening to this stuff since 1978.

4 thoughts on “Level Heads – (self titled) – 1986”

  1. Hi
    Thanks for posting.
    I was googling the band to show one of my friends what I was up to in the 1980s.
    I’m glad people still hear it after all this time.

    Scott Douglas

    1. Scott,

      Thanks for your work with the band. I was a kid in college trying to figure out my life and faith. Until today, I only knew of Memento Mori. It was “one of those” albums that got me through things and moving forward.

      My tape was long worn out. Your old band name is used on Spotify by another group. I’ve been looking for a way to listen via streaming ever since.

      What are you and the others doing these days?

      Anthony Trendl

      1. Hey Anthony, Whitey here (bass vocal),thank you for your care to even post this music

        Not every ones cup of tea (grin), I can tell you all your questions at see below thanks.

    2. Hey Scott , Whitey here, re-listening today/ good times wouldn’t you say?
      Great stereo
      Good headphones
      Pure vinyl
      John Press, wow what a superb job thanks man!
      Where’s John any idea?

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