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Don't Wanna Be Lonely - Single

by Heaton

Heaton returns with a killer new single. Don't Wanna Be Lonely is Acoustic/pop at it's best, instant & very radio friendly.
Genre: Pop: Today's Top 40
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Don't Wanna Be Lonely (radio edit)
3:52 $0.99
2. Try, Try, Try
3:04 $0.99
3. Breathe
4:04 $0.99
4. Don't Wanna Be Lonely (brooklyn beat mix)
3:57 $0.99
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Album Notes
It's been 2 years since Heaton’s last official release and he returns with a killer first single. Don’t Wanna Be Lonely, co-written with Phil Ireland, shows a development in both style and substance and is a change in direction from his previous computer based electro pop.

Heaton has spent the last 2 years writing with a variety of musicians both on and off the net. The most notable collaborations have been with Liam Frost, The Subway Collective, Oisin Scarlett, Tiv and of course Phil Ireland.

In 2006 he released the fan-only album “Interlude” which was available for FREE download via his official website. The album brought together a collection of recorded demos both old and new, songs that like Heaton, were in a transition state, not quite ready for a general release.

The new release is a confident up-beat acoustic/electro pop track. The kind of song which would stand up on it’s own with just a guitar or piano. The added, glitter if you like, has been provided by long time collaborators The Brooklyn Foundation who have managed to mix the best of what they do, with the new Heaton/Ireland songwriting chemistry.

The single also includes new track “Try, Try, Try” which was written over a year ago with Oisin Scarlett, “Breathe” the much anticipated Subway Collective collaboration and remix of the title track by none other than the Brooklyn Foundation.



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Matt Beisner (Los Angeles, California)

I Don't Want You To Be Lonely Either
instantly catchy, which as i'm sure you know, is paramount for a good pop song. i appreciate the lyrics, different, and heartfelt.
the chorus has a great hook - dig the organ hits underneath. could be a sugar ray summertime hit, or just as easily a reggae tune. i think the production is solid, though i'd like to hear/have more low end, since the song makes me want to dance, and a little low end theory always help.
vocals are clean and crisp, a fine voice, nice falsetto, though recorded a hair dry for my taste, given the pop nature of the tune.
reminds me a bit of old color me badd, which is great in the pop world, but this is much smarter lyrically.
you know, i'd love to see the production in the hands of someone who's hot right now (as long as the artist gets his $$$) -it's got radio written all over it.


Great Track!
This has a very nice intro with excellent male lead vocal, type R&B style. The vocal reminds me a bit of Stevie Wonder. Excellent vocal control.

Very nice melody that hooks. The rythmic section is very well done; nice guitar sound, accurate metronom like drum section. Nice track, well mixed & well produced.


Turn The Heat-on, Please
Paul seems to have changed direction from his previous album. Gone are the blips and burps of electronica, to be replaced by a laid-back guitar and simple vocal arrangements. The light, summery sound of "Don't Wanna Be Lonely" hits the cold UK pubs and clubs mid-October; at least it will take the smokers' minds off the snow as they're shivering outside during this first winter of the smoking ban.

The music is pleasant, fills an audio gap, but seems to function as wallpaper in a world packed with similar artists.

Breathe restores our faith in Paul's deliverables. But is this a hint of better things to come or a requiem for his promising former sound?