Account Options Sign in. Top charts. New releases. Heart has sold over 35 million records, and this anticipated album is their first in four years. The seven tracks that were pulled from the Heart catalog were tunes both Nancy and Ann wanted another shot at, due many times to how they were initially produced. Top Songs Album. See more. Beautiful Broken. It is a mixture of new songs and re-interpretations of music from their earlier albums.
Fanatic Live From Caesars Colosseum. Fanatic is the fifteenth studio album by American rock band Heart, released October 2, through Legacy Recordings. The album was recorded in hotel rooms and studios up and down the West Coast, with Grammy-winning producer Ben Mink, who had previously produced Red Velvet Car, back at the helm. Ann and Nancy Wilson drew from their own lives and personal experiences as inspiration for their music. The album also peaked at No. This album has no RIAA certification.
Red Velvet Car. Red Velvet Car is the fourteenth studio album by American hard rock band Heart, released worldwide on August 31, by Legacy Recordings. It peaked at No. The album was released with differing track lists according to format in different territories: the standard US CD release features 10 tracks, the European CD and US download version contain 12 tracks, whilst the Japanese CD and some exclusive download versions contain 13 tracks.
Though the 13th track is "Listening" on the Japanese CD, some exclusive download versions substitute this for a live version of "Crazy on You". Jupiters Darling. Jupiters Darling is the thirteenth studio album by the American rock band Heart, released in through the label Sovereign Artists. Sovereign Artist's Marketing Director, Paul Angles, simultaneously released their album via file sharing networks, which were included in an amicus brief to the US Supreme Court.
Two promo singles were released simultaneously with the album: "The Oldest Story in the World" which peaked at No. This album continued the move back to Heart's hard rock and folk rock roots. It peaked at number 94 on the U. Billboard Since then the Sovereign Artists record company ceased operations; it has been reported that Sovereign still owes Heart thousands of dollars. The album has no RIAA certification. The album cover bears an image of the Mandelbrot set, rotated so the main cardioid is oriented the same way a heart would normally be, with the cusp at top.
The Road Home. The Road Home, a live album released in , is the fourteenth album overall by the rock group Heart. It chronicles a club performance in the "unplugged" style — but with strings — in their home city Seattle.
It contains acoustic versions of many of the band's hits including "Alone", "Barracuda", and "Dreamboat Annie". The album reached number eighty-seven on the U. In a VHS was released under the same name and with the same cover containing another concert from the same tour. The video was reissued on DVD in Desire Walks On. Desire Walks On is the eleventh studio album by American rock band Heart.
It was released on November 16, , by Capitol Records. The majority of the album was co-written by lead members Ann and Nancy Wilson. It is Heart's final studio album to feature longtime member Howard Leese, who, aside from the Wilson sisters, is the band's longest-serving member.
The album peaked at number number 48 on the US Billboard , and on August 24, , it was certified gold by the Recording Industry Association of America, denoting shipments of , copies in the United States.
Brigade is the tenth studio album by American rock band Heart. It was released on March 26, , by Capitol Records. Subsequent singles "I Didn't Want to Need You" and "Stranded" peaked at numbers 23 and 13 on the Billboard Hot , respectively; "Secret", the fourth and final single, charted at number The album was followed by a successful world tour. Like its predecessor Bad Animals, Brigade is notable for having fewer writing contributions from lead members Ann and Nancy Wilson, but would be the last of Heart's albums to prominently feature outside writers.
Bad Animals. Bad Animals is the ninth studio album by American rock band Heart. It was released on June 6, , by Capitol Records. The album continues the mainstream hard rock style from the band's self-titled release, all while enjoying similar success. The album features a few cover songs: "Alone" is a song originally recorded by the band I-Ten on their album "Taking a Cold Look" and covered on the "Dreams" soundtrack in , while "Wait for an Answer" was originally released by Dalbello herself on the album "whomanfoursays" in Heart is the self-titled eighth studio album, released by the American rock band Heart.
Released in , the album continued the band's transition into mainstream rock, a genre that yielded the band its greatest commercial success. Marking the band's Capitol Records debut, it spent 92 weeks on the U. Billboard and became the only Heart album so far to hit number one, reaching quintuple platinum status.
The first three cuts also made the U. Similar artists. Pat Benatar. REO Speedwagon. Ann Wilson. Songs from similar artists. We Belong. Keep on Loving You. Juke Box Hero. Any Way You Want It. Working for the Weekend.
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