Seventh Heaven or 7th Heaven may refer to:
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... He later moved on to join the heavier Winnipeg based touring club act Seventh Heaven which evolved into Shake Naked ... Schedules with Seventh Heaven and Shake Naked were much more extensive and involved touring most of Canada ... Connections to the city of Los Angeles within the band Seventh Heaven allowed Fitz to have the opportunity to seek work in that market as a performer and session player ...
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... Seventh Heaven is the third studio album by the Japanese rock band Buck-Tick ... "...In Heaven...", "Oriental Love Story" and "Victims of Love" were later re-recorded for the group's compilation album Koroshi no Shirabe This Is Not Greatest Hits (1992) ... Seventh Heaven peaked at number three on the Oricon charts and has sold 110,000 copies worldwide ...
... Seventh Heaven, a sports team winning game seven in a best-of-seven playoff series Seventh Heaven, a part of the Whistler-Blackcomb Resort Seventh ...
Famous quotes containing the words heaven and/or seventh:
“I would say here something that was heard from an ecclesiastic of the most eminent degree; That the intention of the Holy Ghost is to teach us how one goes to heaven, not how the heaven goes.”
—Galileo Galilei (15641642)
“I dont know.
When my lover
comes to me
and says such loving things,
do all my parts
—Amaru (c. seventh century A.D.)