CD is out of print, but you can stream/download Sparkle via the Bandcamp player in the right column.
Angie Heaton's debut, Calamities & Restitution, received acclaim far and wide. We hear from a British friend that John Peel is still playing tracks from that album. We couldn’t be more pleased to give him a new one to play, and you a new one to buy. Sparkle, produced by prolific boardsmith (and slow going songsmith) Adam Schmitt, features Nick Rudd and Kurt Bielema on guitar, Charlie Dold on bass, and Angie on drums. The eleven tracks include Angie’s broad stylistic assortment (Magnet said about C&R "…pop songs, rave-ups, ballads, and dirges…"), and a cover of Left Banke’s "Walk Away Renee".
Angie was featured in the Summer 1998 issue of Entertainment Weekly’s On Campus college magazine. In the What Makes Her Special department EW claims, "Her sharp sense of humor, melodic deftness, and cow-punk verve are hot enough to pop her out of the corn belt."