Heart - Heart (Translucent Red Vinyl)
Heart - Heart (Translucent Red Vinyl)
Heart - Heart (Translucent Red Vinyl)
Heart - Heart (Translucent Red Vinyl)

Heart - Heart (Translucent Red Vinyl)

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Ann Wilson – vocals

Nancy Wilson – lead guitar, acoustic guitar, mandolin, background vocals; lead vocals (A4)

Howard Leese – lead guitar, keyboards, mandolin, background vocals

Mark Andes – bass guitar

Denny Carmassi – drums

Peter Wolf – synthesizers, acoustic piano

Mickey Thomas – background vocals (A2, B1, B5)

Johnny Colla – background vocals (A4, B3)

Grace Slick – background vocals (A2)

Lynn Wilson – background vocals

Holly Knight – keyboards

Frankie Sullivan – solo guitar (B2); additional guitar (B3)


1 LP, Gatefold jacket

Limited edition

Original analog Master tape : YES

Heavy Press : 180g

Record color : Translucent Red

Speed : 33 RPM

Size : 12'’



Record Press : unspecified

Label : Friday Music

Original Label : Capitol Records

Recorded January–April 1985 in California at The Record Plant, Los Angeles and The Plant Sausalito

Engineered and produced by Ron Nevison

Remastered by Joe Reagoso

Originally released in 1985

Reissued in 2020



Side A

  1. If Looks Could Kill
  2. What About Love
  3. Never
  4. These Dreams
  5. The Wolf

Side B

  1. All Eyes
  2. Nobody Home
  3. Nothin' At All
  4. What He Don't Know
  5. Shell Shock



“Heart was pretty much considered washed up when they released Heart in 1985. They learned a few important things while they had taken a short sabbatical -- they knew that hooks were important and they knew they could play up their looks for MTV. So, they delivered both with Heart, giving their audience anthemic hooks and tightly corseted bosoms, leading to the most popular album they ever had. This doesn't mean it's the best, since its calculated mainstream bent may disarm some long-term fans, but it is true that they do this better than many of their peers, not just because they have good polished material from professional songwriters but because they can deliver this material professionally themselves. Yes, "These Dreams," "Never," and "What About Love" don't quite fit into the classic Heart mode, but they are good mid-'80s mainstream material, delivered as flawlessly as possible. There's still a lot of filler on this record, but the best moments are among the best mainstream AOR of its era.” AllMusic Review by Stephen Thomas Erlewine


Ratings :

AllMusic : 4,5 / 5 , Discogs : 3,97 / 5

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