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According to Songfacts, The album title comes from a line, "Heaven is whenever we can get together" on We Can Get Together Craig Finn explained: "I think it has to do with the way that love can help us rise above our modern struggles. It also speaks to how I feel about our shows, the communal aspect of the audience and perform."



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  • Hmm.....I think this one's gonna have to grow on me. I don't like Craig vocals here.
  • Disappointed as first but it's grown on me!
  • Live review including setlist and photos of The Hold Steady and Naked Hearts at Mojo 13 in Wilmington, Delaware, on October 9, 2010 ----
  • I'm going to their show when they come to columbus, oh!(;
  • I wasn't that big of a fan of this album during the first listen..... but it has definitely grown on me. It isn't as immediate as Boys And Girls was with me, but I dig it.
  • I'm rooting for these guys, but to me, they peaked with "Hoodrat" through the epic "Boys and Girls in America." I miss Franz's keys.
  • As far as I'm concerned, Separation Sunday will likely always remain their best work, followed closely by Boys and Girls in America.
  • Huge disappointment. Listened to it once, and no real desire to hear it again. Will give it a couple more spins, but I doubt that'll change anything.
  • Yeah prob the weakest of their albums.....but still great! They need something along the lines of cattle and the creeping things in the middle of it and it just wasnt coming.... Like i said still a good album!

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