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8 Miles High (EP)

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Length  28:40
Release date  24 January 2000
Label  Shock Entertainment
Artist  Superheist
Producer  DW Norton
Genre  Nu metal
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Released  24 January 2000 (2000-01-24) (Australia)
Recorded  Backbeach Recording Co. Rye, Vic 1999
8 Miles High (2000)  The Prize Recruit (2001)

Superheist 8 miles high

8 Miles High was meant to be the debut album of Australian nu-metal band Superheist. Due to problems with record company and line-up changes, it was eventually released as an EP instead.


Like the previous Ep Chrome Matrix, 8 Miles High was recorded at Backbeach Studios in Rye, Victoria by D.W Norton and Mark Rachelle.

This EP had lineup changes in the form of Si Durrant leaving just post of recording, Drew Dedman came in to fill his shoes and keyboardist Fetah Sebawi was now a permanent member of the band.

Track listing

All music composed by Superheist except track 7 by Superheist and Si Durrant.


  • DW Norton - guitar
  • Roderick McLeod - vocals
  • Si Durrant - bass guitar
  • Sean Pentecost - drums
  • Fetah Sabawi - Keyboards
  • Although credited with bass on the EP artwork Drew Dedman had joined the band after tracking was complete. The Bass parts for track 3 were recorded by DW Norton and the rest done by Si Durrant. Keyboards on Have Your Way were recorded by DW Norton, Kalju Tonuma and Fetah Sabawi

  • Produced by DW Norton and Superheist
  • Engineered by DW Norton and Mark Rachelle
  • Recorded at Backbeach Recording Co. Rye, VIC, AU
  • Co-Produced by Mark Rachelle
  • Tracks 2,4,5,7 and 8 Mixed by Mark Rachelle at Backbeach
  • Track 1 and 6 additional recording by Kalju Tonuma
  • Track 1 and 6 assistant engineer Richard Stolz
  • Mastered by Ross Cockle at Sing Sing, Mastering Sth Melbourne, VIC AU
  • A&R Tim Janes
  • Artwork and Design by Sally Dower at Hedrush Artworks
  • Songs

    3Have Your Way3:43


    8 Miles High (EP) Wikipedia

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