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Greatest Hits 1985-1995


Download links and information about Greatest Hits 1985-1995 by Heart. This album was released in 2000 and it belongs to Rock, Hard Rock, Metal, Heavy Metal, Pop genres. It contains 18 tracks with total duration of 01:12:48 minutes.

Artist: Heart
Release date: 2000
Genre: Rock, Hard Rock, Metal, Heavy Metal, Pop
Tracks: 18
Duration: 01:12:48
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No. Title Length
1. What About Love? (2000 Digital Remaster) 3:42
2. If Looks Could Kill (2000 Digital Remaster) 3:41
3. Never (2000 Digital Remaster) 4:05
4. These Dreams (2000 Digital Remaster) 4:14
5. Nothin' At All (2000 Digital Remaster) 4:09
6. Alone (2000 Digital Remaster) 3:39
7. Who Will You Run To (2000 Digital Remaster) 4:05
8. There's The Girl (2000 Digital Remaster) 3:55
9. Surrender To Me (2000 Digital Remaster) 4:04
10. All I Wanna Do Is Make Love To You (2000 Digital Remaster) 5:09
11. I Didn't Want To Need You (2000 Digital Remaster) 4:08
12. Tall, Dark Handsome Stranger (2000 Digital Remaster) 4:03
13. Stranded (2000 Digital Remaster) 3:57
14. You're The Voice (2000 Digital Remaster) 4:25
15. Back To Avalon (2000 Digital Remaster) 3:39
16. Black On Black II (2000 Digital Remaster) 3:52
17. Will You Be There (In The Morning) (2000 Digital Remaster) 4:28
18. The Road Home (2000 Digital Remaster) 3:33



After completing their tenure with CBS, Heart moved over to Capitol and revived their career with a vengeance by scoring a streak of Top Ten singles. Greatest Hits 1985-1995 gleans the best from this productive period, mixing some worthy lesser-known tracks with the famous tunes. Band leaders Ann and Nancy Wilson filled the airwaves of the ‘80s with muscular-yet-melodic power ballads, heavy on romantic melodrama and ear-snagging hooks. “What About Love?,” “Never,” “These Dreams,” “Alone” and “All I Want to Do is Make Love to You” showcase Ann’s powerhouse vocals over hefty guitars and solid rhythms. There was more to Heart than just thunderous torch songs in those days, however — the bluesy, strutting rocker “Tall, Dark, Handsome Stranger” and the folk-tinged “Back to Avalon” show that the group hadn’t completely devoted themselves to cranking out radio hits. The hard-to-find “Surrender to Me” (an Ann Wilson/Robin Zander duet from the 1988 film Tequila Sunrise) and a studio version of the inspirational “You’re the Voice” round out this well-chosen collection.