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Artist: Heart

Title: Heart

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Category: Hard Rock

Year: 1985

Label: Capitol (MFSL)

Catalog Number: UDCD 597


Ann Wilson vocals
Nancy Wilson lead guitar, acoustic guitar, mandolin, backing vocals
Howard Leese lead guitar, keyboards, mandolin, backing vocals
Mark Andes bass
Denny Carmassi drums
Peter Wolf synthesizers, acoustic piano


1.  If Looks Could Kill  3:40
2.  What About Love  3:40
3.  Never  4:04
4.  These Dreams  4:13
5.  The Wolf  4:02
6.  All Eyes  3:54
7.  Nobody Home  4:07
8.  Nothin' At All  4:07
9.  What He Don't Know  3:40
10.  Shell Shock  3:43
Total Running Time:  39:10

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From: larry wilgus Date: May 10, 2001 at 20:19
TWO of the most BEAUTIFUL women,will keep your HEART pounding with their albums, they ROCK!!!!!

From: Federico Temel Date: January 14, 2002 at 13:05
I bought this record in 1986,It was the first hard rock AOR album for me,I listened it about seventy times.It's still one of the best of my collection Wilson sisters never sound so hard and so good."If looks could kill" and "the wolf" are great hard rocker,"These Dreams" is a fantastic ballad,Never(my favorite) and What about love are irresisteble pop metal anthem. I remember also nice videos with Nancy and Ann so fine, great times.

From: Jenni Date: January 19, 2002 at 18:12
Do I even have to comment about my most favorite band of all time? Or should I let the music speak for itself. Ann Wilson is the best ever and my idol. The chick can sing and her pipes never get rusty. I am envious!

From: Kim Date: May 29, 2002 at 1:26

From: BERNARDO Date: July 27, 2002 at 1:07

From: Andre Tekken Date: August 7, 2002 at 12:26
I just don`t know how to call it melodic rock,aor,whatever,this is one of the best radio friendly things I`ve ever heard!Hart definetely have it`s own style of exiting,romantic,sometimes muscular,beautifull,sparkling music at it`s best!Ann`s voice is the BEST among all female singers,with such passionate perfect pitch, strong and rispy at the bottom end vocals!Very solid drumms from Denny Caramasi(Ex-Montrose)plus great neat sounding guitars.Keyboards create a great atmosphere!200 out of 10

From: freddy de keyze Date: August 25, 2002 at 9:24
Without a doubt the best CD from this great band. A real classic AOR CD. An absolute must for every AOR lover !!!

From: manos Date: February 18, 2003 at 2:27
The album that started it all. Pop was flirting with rock back in the seventies with Cheap Trick and Foreigner were spreading the first seeds. It was until 1985 where Heart established this potential marriage! A cornerstone of melodic rock and a documentary of the 80s!!! 100/100

From: manos Date: February 18, 2003 at 2:28
The album that started it all. Pop was flirting with rock back in the seventies with Cheap Trick and Foreigner spreading the first seeds. It was until 1985 when Heart established this potential marriage! A cornerstone of melodic rock and a documentary of the 80s!!! 100/100

From: 9 CHAMPIONS A 1 Date: February 18, 2003 at 16:58
Heart con este disco comenzaron su mejor época.Clásico AOR de aquellos años,con algunos temas ciertamente potentes que siempre es de agradecer en conjuntos con féminas a la voz,por lo demás un disco bastante compacto,buenos temas en general y claro buena producción.BUEN DISCO.

From: Scandinavia Date: June 28, 2003 at 10:52
Yes, by far their best effort..."If looks could kill" blows me away everytime. I think it would have served them good to go in a harder direction following this release.

From: Gar Date: August 8, 2003 at 11:20
Definitely one of the albums that best epitomizes the '80s. These songs were all over the radio and MTV at the time(and still are on occasion). Despite this, I never get tired of listening. Great songs that truly stand the test of time.

From: John Date: September 3, 2003 at 14:02
This is NOT the way this band sounded. However, they couldn't be blamed for honing in on a sound that was about to become huge and do it better than a lot of the other bands at the time. Those sisters harmonize muy bueno baby. Didn't hurt that their singles were catchy like SARS in a Toronto airport. Pretty fantastic release.

From: vandervelde Date: December 6, 2003 at 14:14
woaa!! This is along with second Vixen the best female fronted album. Not a bad song here...i really enjoy every song here....Ann Wilson has a great, emotional voice.... BTW keys here are very similar to first two Roxette albums.....

From: AOR freaky Date: December 15, 2003 at 12:34
A classic, if I've ever heard one ! Their best and still fantastic after all these years ! A MUST by the best female fronted AOR act ever !

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From: Blue Charvel Date: December 15, 2003 at 13:01
I would agree that this is the best of the Heart albums from this one forward. Dig back a bit farther and you find the real gems like Dreamboat Annie, Dog & Butterfly, etc. y'know back when they were a rock band and stuff. IMHO from this point forward it was all about sellin' out, right down to Nancy's video attire (yum). Hey Freddy, don't you listen to anything new? It looks like you're going back through everything you commented on as Freddy and basically just repeating yourself....

From: Blaine Date: February 6, 2004 at 13:41
Commercial breakthrough!!!

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From: Jez Date: April 16, 2004 at 13:51
The first of the four must have later releases (S/T, Bad Animals, Brigade & Desire Walks In)although the early back catologue is rich in quality material Throughout and is definately worth checking out. This was the beginning of the hit making machine that the band(and outside writers)became and that probably became their downfall in the end. This album has it all, superb ballads(These Dreams, What About Love) and some great 'Rockers (If Looks Could Kill, Shellshock). An Indespensible release

From: Big Papa K Date: June 29, 2004 at 1:30
One of the best comeback albums ever released. Heart embraces all of what was good and bad with 80's music on this album and turns in some of their finest songs. Side one is flawless, and while side two slows down, this is still an essential AOR album. 9/10

From: Wotty Date: August 29, 2004 at 13:25
Superb 80s album.Both Anne and Nancy in good voice,music stylishly played and a good production.It was not all bad in the big hair days.

From: Propane Date: December 2, 2004 at 19:28
This is where you could tell the direction Heart wanted to go in: Down the drain to the corporate entrance of pop. Good album but the last work of real music these girls ever did.

From: Harry Date: February 23, 2005 at 11:38
This was by far Heart's best selling Album. These gals took their female front to a new level. My favorite song is "Nothin At All". The Video is pretty cool too. I rate this album a Perfect 10! Their best Album to Date! It's hard to believe that it's 20 years old. RocK On!

From: Lovedrive Date: May 21, 2005 at 13:08
Éste y el Bad Animals mis favoritos sin duda. If looks could kill, Never, The wolf, What about love, These dreams... Gran disco!

From: Thomas/Coastline Date: May 21, 2005 at 14:16
This is the definition of Female Fronted AOR! Superb classic!

From: Rafo Phoenix Date: July 26, 2005 at 22:01
Great AOR album and The Best from Heart, el mejor disco de Heart IMO, y eso por ser el mas completo de todos, por nombrar What About Love y These Dreams(2 grandes baladas conocidas por todo el mundo), All Eyes, Nothin' At All, Shell Shock, Never, If Looks Could Kill un album completo, claro el Brigade en cortes individuales es mejor pero no tan completo como este, una banda infaltable en toda coleccion de todo amante de AOR.

From: caritosmatanza Date: January 28, 2006 at 12:09
Éste sí es un discazo.Sigo prefiriendo el brigade por su sonido, y la producción no me acaba de gustar en éste, pero es uno de sus mejores momentos, aor/pop de los 80 con una clase que espatarra y un trabajo de sus músicos alucinante.Las líneas de bajo son puro diamante de los 80 y las wilson están expléndidas.No tiene desperdicio, uno de los mejores de Heart.9/10

From: headbanger4life Date: July 23, 2007 at 4:53
I am a big fan of Heart, both the classic rock era and the AOR era. This has to be my favorite release by them though. 'What About Love', 'Never', 'Nothin' At All', 'If Looks Could Kill' and my personal fav 'These Dreams'. Ann Wilson has such a beautiful voice. And her sister Nancy.....damn she was hot. I remember watching her in all those music videos. Yeah, you can't go wrong with this one.

From: lalo r.o.c.k. Date: March 12, 2009 at 15:27
Great Female fronted AOR ,awesome songs,i still remenber What about love from 85,it brings me great memories;that song from TORONTO´s Give it on credit that HEART made a big hit,anyway this album is full with great melodies on the ballads(S/T,These Dreams)and the rockers,If looks could kill,Never,Nothing at all,in fact a great album for melodic rock and AOR lovers,9/10.

From: lukemaz Date: April 21, 2013 at 11:10
Heart's catalog with Capitol Records 1985-1995 Heart self titled, Bad Animals, Brigade, Rock The House Live!, Desire Walks On, The Road Home are all due to be remastered, and expanded. This album is a real treasure. This solidified their future legendary status in my opinion. I love the album tracks "All Eyes" and "The Wolf". There is no filler on this album.

From: 123charpenay Date: April 21, 2013 at 15:04
totally agree with lukemaz 1985.1995 is the best heart s period.wilson s sister was touched by the grace of god.only good songs only hits top class female melodic rock realize.

From: rick kerch vzla Date: April 21, 2013 at 19:04
I haven't had the chance 2 comment on this jewel and at once is an essential album for all the melodic rockers out there!!!...the former "hotties" sisters Ann & Nancy Wilson who are probably after all these years(and not "dreams")quite an underrated duet(even though they could manage a big media exposure back then but otherwise shadowed by the likes of some other "big shots" of the moment,not gonna mention any but we all know the ones)...6 outta 10 tracks in here were basically hit singles(tracks 1,2,3,4,7 & 8)...so the rest is history...generous on this one???...hell yeah!!!... a straight 100/100(there are certain albums that deserve this rate,sorry if some people don't like "exagerated" rates,this is a very own personal one)...cheers and respect to you all

From: MysticHealer Date: December 30, 2013 at 7:18
Probably the best of the bands mid to late 80's AOR albums, well this and 'Brigade' in my eyes. Not really a filler in sight and a real belter from start to finish. The Nevison production is typical of that time with zero bass which is a shame. A great pity that the excellent 'Heart Of Darkness' (Single B-Side) never made the album as it would have made it even better. Amazing album.

From: 123charpenay Date: December 30, 2013 at 13:09
totally agree with mystichealer.this record is plenty of hits,a real jewel but the sound of the rhtymn section is too dry.

From: Reverend Mayhem Date: January 6, 2014 at 6:55
I'm glad to read others pointing out the atrocious production of this mega-seller, marred as it is by the plasticized Ron Nevison treatment. (Why the guy is regarded as some kind of producing legend is beyond me -- his work generally sounds appallingly thin and unfinished to my ears.) I admit to being mostly a fan of the classic "Magic Man" and "Barracuda" Heart, so by the time this blockbuster arrived chock-full of '80s glamor and polish for the MTV crowd there was a sense amongst us oldsters that the "Female Zeppelin" had "sold out" to a degree. Still, there are some ace AOR tunes here, thanks largely to a heap of outside writers brought in for the occasion: "If Looks Could Kill," "Never," & "The Wolf" are tops, "Nothin' At All" being the album's gem. This record gave Heart a second life and earned them a gazillion dollars -- but truthfully, I could go the rest of my life never hearing the overplayed and overrated "These Dreams" and be happy. 75 / 100

From: petermexico13 Date: June 20, 2018 at 16:42
AOR perfection! Sin duda su disco más importante y el más completo junto al Brigade de 1990, concuerdo con muchos en que la producción dejó este disco sin punch, pero en general se hizo un gran trabajo, una curiosidad es que mi vinilo tiene un solo idéntico al de Frankie Sullivan de High on You en la canción Nothin´at All, y el cd tiene otro completamente distinto. Supongo que tendrá que ver algo con el productor, pero por qué la diferencia? Infaltable si amas la música de los 80s. Aun cuando These Dreams y un par más se hayan escuchado hasta el hartazgo sigo disfrutando el disco completo!!

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