this may very well some of the best work in rozz's prolific career & i have only one small complaint. i wish we could hear moe of his voice or possibly more tracks. other than that, dream home heartache is quite simply a masterpiece. what baffles me, however, is why best buy chose to categorize this work as hardcore or punk but that's anyones guess i suppose. rozz williams' has a very charming voice for a cabaret or gothic vocalist which may remind one at time of david bowie or even peter murphy. it saddens me that he is not still with us but i'm glad his music is still in print for fans to enjoy. gitane demone also matches rozz step for step with her fantastic vocal gymnastics. obviously, listeners will find a few covers here including the title track in every dream a heartache is actually some may find slighlt disturbing. there is also a jimi hendrix cover here manic depression which gitane gives the chillling touch interwoven with spoken word poetry by none other than rozz williams himself. having said that, my favorite track is still flowers which is perhaps one of the most heartfelt piano ballads ever written by a goth artist. definately worth owning & i have never grown tired of it. dream home heartache is clear evidence that rozz, himself, was no less than a lyrical genius aming other things.
I would recommend this to a friend