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Artist: Heart

Title: Rock This House Live!

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Heart Rock This House Live! Album Cover

 

Category: Hard Rock

Year: 1991

Label: Capitol

Catalog Number: D 105603

Personnel

Ann Wilson lead vocals, flute, autoharp
Nancy Wilson vocals, acoustic and electric guitars, mandolin, dobro, blues harp
Howard Leese lead guitar, keyboards, mandolin, backing vocals
Mark Andes bass, 12-string acoustic guitar, vocals
Denny Carmassi drums

Tracks

1.  Wild Child live  5:20
2.  Fallen From Grace live  4:26
3.  Call of the Wild live  4:31
4.  How Can I Refuse live  5:04
5.  Shell Shock live  4:15
6.  Love Alive live  5:29
7.  Under the Sky live  3:05
8.  The Night live  6:51
9.  Tall, Dark Handsome Stranger live  3:56
10.  If Looks Could Kill live  3:36
11.  Who Will You Run To live  4:17
12.  You're the Voice live  5:59
13.  The Way Back Machine live  0:57
14.  Barracude live  4:50
  
Total Running Time:  62:36

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Existing comments about this CD

From: jason (FA - Q) Date: June 18, 2002 at 19:24
What the hell kind of live album is this for Heart!? NO "Magic Man"?.... NO "Crazy On You"?.... NO "Kick It Out"? Plus all those big hits from the 80's like, "Alone", "What About Love" and "These Dreams." They MUST have a better live album? This one should have been called Rock This B-Side Live!

From: Scandinavia Date: June 28, 2003 at 10:57
Great to hear Heart play hard...Haha Very good version of "Barracuda"...

From: Scandi Date: March 27, 2004 at 18:01
They've got a very very much better live album in "The road home" --my recommendation !!

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From: Jez Date: April 16, 2004 at 14:11
Solid live album from the 'Brigade Tour' which stears clear of the 'Greatest Hits Live' syndrome for a change.

From: Trick Taylor Date: April 30, 2004 at 13:20
Painfully uninteresting slab from Heart's boring period. The Barracuda version is fun and Fallin From Grace is servicable, but the rest is utterly pointless. Heart in the late 80's were a hollow shell of the powerhouse of the 70's. Luckily, Nancy was willing to wear gold lame bra's and a few albums were sold. This CD proves that the music they were generating was toothless corporate gak loosely aimed at the "hair" market, not unlike late 80's Bad Company.

From: Propane Date: December 2, 2004 at 19:40
What the F$!% is this piece of garbage!!?? This isn't anything but mindless corporate MTV inspired gobbledeegoop filled vomit. Sorry about the graphic manner, but GEEZZZ! These girls forget who made them rich and went to see them in 1978 (whoops! don't want to give away my age). Don't waste your hard earned cash on this one, folks.

From: rick kerch vzla Date: November 29, 2011 at 7:59
Good rocking live album by the Wilson sisters despite of some bad comments above wich i entirely respect but don't share,ok maybe some of the band's classics are left aside but well,some new or not so famous or perhaps the "bad moments" songs flourished in here mixed with some of the ones we know(all the bands with no exception have had a "bad time",if i'm mistaken let me know please)...anyway showing guts and passion the way the sisters know to do,we have goodies such as "Wild Child","How Can I Refuse","Shellschock","The Night","If Looks Could Kill","Who Will You Run To","You're The Voice"(originally of the australian singer/composer John Farnham) & obviously "Barracuda"(a bit faster than the original version)...interesting or not(4 some) is a good one to have,a matter of tastes,i guess...85/100

From: lukemaz Date: April 10, 2013 at 22:47
From the Brigade tour. I wonder why some people think Heart would have survived as a band if they kept making the same sounding albums like Little Queen album after album? The band and the sound of the band evolved and kept up with mainstream radio and MTV. Maybe they should give all that money back they made because it didn't sound like 1978 year after year? This is actually a really great live album, it's a shame the hits from Brigade were left off this live album. Stranded, All I Wanna Do Is Make Love To You, & I Didn't Want To Need You are missing live versions here, on purpose. I don't think Secret was ever performed live. My only complaint is the bass is too weak. This needs remastered. The bass on this album could be a lot better. Heart needs to remaster, expand, and re-release their catalog from the Capitol Records era 1985-1995. They albums Heart s/t, Bad Animals, Brigade, Rock The House Live!, Desire Walks On, & The Road Home. They have overlooked those albums far too long!

From: 123charpenay Date: April 11, 2013 at 12:25
only eigth comments before me for this jewel?ok a live record is like a best of,fans of the band always thinks that some songs are missed.so they regret this fact.i am ok with them.but here, we have one of the best live female fronted record ever.for me 1985 1995 is the best heart s period; they played in this time, a super class female hard fm with lot of hits!.fantastic concert.happy peoples who have the chance to see wilson s sister on a stage.at my knowledge they never plays in france.unfortunatelly the japan import have no bonus track.this live is a must have.


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