What Is The Best Heart Album Of All Time?

Dreamboat Annie (1975)
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Little Queen (1977)
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Magazine (1978)
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Dog and Butterfly (1978)
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Bebe le Strange (1980)
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Private Audition (1982)
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Heart (1985)
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Bad Animals (1987)
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Brigade (1990)
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Desire Walks On (1993)
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Jupiters Darling (2004)
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Re: Heart - Discography
« on: October 01, 2012, 01:50:37 pm »
Heart (Bad Animals) 1987

As much as I love their previous release (Self-Titled), it's Bad Animals that absolutely f*cking rocks. In spite of being produced by one of my least favorite producers in the business, this album excels in large part because of Ann Wilson's howling voice and Howard Leese's stellar guitar work. You won't find a better album to showcase Ann's incredible vocals here. It's spine-tingling awesome that still has the hair on my arms standing up. Sheesh. How the hell does she hits notes like that. Throw a dart and hit a song and you will get her at her best. Check out I Want You So Bad, Wait For The Answer and Bad Animals to get some prime examples of her vocal prowess. But the corker is of course Alone. My God, it's one of my all time favorite tracks and it has the single greatest note she or anyone has ever hit. You know it. Go to 2:05 of the song off the album.

Another reason why this song is one of the Greatest Songs of All Time is the arrangement of the song that sends you to peaks and valley's while you listen to it. Howard's solo is just icing on the cake. All the songs pretty much follow this simple recipe of great arrangements, bombastic vocals, kick ass guitar solo's. As much as I love these songs, I think that opening up the album with Who Will You Run To was absolutely the perfect song do it with. Loooooooove it. Not to be out done though is Nancy Wilson who once again gets a song to shine on with There's The Girl. Although I do think that These Dreams is still her best song, I still dig this one. RSVP was and is a great song to close out the album.

Fave Songs: All of 'em. But my Top 5 are Who Will You Run To, Alone, I Want You So Bad, Wait For The Answer and Bad Animals.

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