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A Million Miles
November 12, 2012
℗ 2012 Heart General Partnership
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November 13, 2012
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Alive & Rockin' (Live)
Alive & Rockin' is a live video of Foreigner that features nine of the group's 16 hits. It was recorded at the Bang Your Head!!! festival in Balingen, Germany, for the band's 30th anniversary in 2006.
Live Chicago 1979
Beautiful Broken is the sixteenth studio album by the American rock band Heart, released on July 8, 2016, through Concord Music Group. 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, 2012 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. "Dear Old America" comes from memories of a military household and is written from the point of view of their father, a Marine Corps officer, returning from war. "Rock Deep" hearkens back to the city where Dreamboat Annie was written and "Walkin' Good" captures the joy of finding new life in a new love.
Fanatic just missed the Top 10 of the US Rock Albums Chart, peaking at No 12. The album also peaked at No. 24 on the Billboard 200 becoming Heart's 12th Top 25 album, selling around 16,000 copies in its first week. 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, 2010 by Legacy Recordings. It peaked at No. 10 on the US Billboard 200 chart, and at No. 3 on the US Rock Albums Chart, making it Heart's first top 10 hit in two decades. It contains the Billboard US Adult Contemporary Chart hit single "Hey You" and the Top Selling Rock Singles Chart hit "WTF".This album has no RIAA certification.
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 2010 version of "Crazy on You".
Jupiters Darling is the thirteenth studio album by the American rock band Heart, released in 2004 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. 22 on the Mainstream Rock Chart and "The Perfect Goodbye". Heart performed the song "The Perfect Goodbye" with country star Wynonna Judd on CMT's Crossroads in the summer of 2004.
This album continued the move back to Heart's hard rock and folk rock roots, although only peaking at number 94 on the U.S. Billboard 200 Since then the Sovereign Artists record company closed and stopped doing business. It has been reported that Sovereign still owes Heart thousands of dollars.
This 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.
A Lovemongers' Christmas
Heart Presents a Lovemongers' Christmas is a Christmas album and the twelfth studio album by Heart. The album was originally released in October 1998 with the title Here Is Christmas, as the second album of the Lovemongers, a side project involving Ann and Nancy Wilson, their longtime friend and collaborator Sue Ennis and Frank Cox.
In 2001, the Wilson sisters decided to re-release the album as a Heart album with no changes to the lyrics or music. The album was reissued in 2004 by Sovereign Artists with a different cover and two bonus tracks.
The Road Home
The Road Home is a live album released in 1995, the fourteenth album overall by the rock group Heart. It chronicles a club performance in the "unplugged" style, but with strings, given in their home city of Seattle. It was produced by John Paul Jones of Led Zeppelin, and 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.S. Billboard 200.
In 1995 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 2003.
Desire Walks On
Desire Walks On is the eleventh studio album by the American rock band Heart. Released in 1993, it yielded three chart hits: "Will You Be There", which reached No. 39 on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100 chart, "Black on Black II", which hit No. 4 on Billboard's Mainstream Rock chart, and "The Woman in Me", which was an Adult Contemporary Chart peaking at No. 24. The album peaked at number No. 48 in the U.S. as well as being predominantly written by lead members Ann and Nancy Wilson. The album was certified gold for 500,000 copies sold in the U.S. “Back to Avalon” was released to radio and spent three weeks on the country airplay chart, Heart’s only track to do so.
Layne Staley, lead vocalist of the Seattle grunge band Alice in Chains, sings with the Wilson sisters on the cover of Bob Dylan's "Ring Them Bells".
The original European 1993 release and the US 2001 re-release were expanded to add Spanish language versions of "The Woman in Me" and "Will You Be There", the latter in a remixed format.
This is the final Heart studio album to feature long time member Howard Leese. Aside from the Wilson sisters, Leese is the longest serving member of Heart.
Brigade is the tenth studio album by American rock band Heart. It was released on March 26, 1990, by Capitol Records. The album reached number three on both the US Billboard 200 and the UK Albums Chart, while peaking at number two in Canada, Finland, and Sweden. The album's lead single, "All I Wanna Do Is Make Love to You", reached number two on the Billboard Hot 100. Subsequent singles "I Didn't Want to Need You" and "Stranded" peaked at numbers 23 and 13 on the Billboard Hot 100, respectively; "Secret", the fourth and final single, charted at number 64. Two album tracks, "Wild Child" and "Tall Dark Handsome Stranger", reached numbers three and 24 on Billboard's Album Rock Tracks chart, respectively.
The album was followed by a successful world tour. Like its 1987 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 is the ninth studio album by American rock band Heart. It was released on June 6, 1987, by Capitol Records. The album continues the mainstream hard rock style from the band's 1985 self-titled release, all while enjoying similar success. It peaked at number two on the US Billboard 200 in August 1987, and was certified triple platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America on June 4, 1992. Internationally, Bad Animals charted within the top five in Canada, Finland, Norway, Sweden, and Switzerland.
The album spawned the US number-one single "Alone", while "Who Will You Run To" reached number seven, "There's the Girl" reached number 12, and "I Want You So Bad" reached number 49. Bad Animals received a nomination for Best Rock Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocal at the 30th Annual Grammy Awards in 1988.
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