Complete List Of Heart Albums And Discography

Heart Albums

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This Complete List Of Heart  Albums And Songs presents the full discography of Heart studio albums. The band Heart was first formed in 1973.  The band Heart has roots in both Seattle, Washington, and Canada where the group was officially formed. This complete Heart discography also includes every single Heart live album. All these spectacular Heart albums have been presented below in chronological order. We have also included all original release dates with each Heart album as well as all original Heart album covers. Every Heart album listed below showcases the entire Heart album tracklisting.

HEART STUDIO ALBUMS

Dreamboat Annie

Released 1975 (Canada) Released in the U.S. in 1976

Heart’s debut album was released in Canada in 1975. While the album certainly made waves north of the border,  it wasn’t until the band released the album in the United States in 1976 that Heart became a household name with their huge hit single “Magic Man.”

CD Track Listings:

1. “Magic Man” –  5:28
2. “Dreamboat Annie (Fantasy Child)” – 1:10
3. “Crazy on You” – 4:53
4. “Soul of the Sea” – 6:33
5. “Dreamboat Annie”  – 2:02
6. “White Lightning & Wine” –  3:53
7. “(Love Me Like Music) I’ll Be Your Song” – 3:20
8. “Sing Child” – A. Wilson, N. Wilson, Steve Fossen, Roger Fisher -4:55
9. “How Deep It Goes” – Ann Wilson 3:49
10. “Dreamboat Annie (Reprise)” – 3:50

Magazine

Released 1977

CD Track Listings:

1. “Heartless” – Ann Wilson, Nancy Wilson – 5:00
2. “Without You” ( Badfinger) – Pete Ham, Tom Evans – 4:44
3. “Just the Wine” – A. Wilson, N. Wilson – 4:30
4. “Magazine” – A. Wilson, N. Wilson – 6:55
5. “Here Song” – A. Wilson – 1:35
6. “Devil Delight” – A. Wilson, N. Wilson – 4:58
7. “Blues Medley: Mother Earth / You Shook Me Babe” (live) Peter Chatman / Willie Dixon 7:11
8. “I’ve Got the Music in Me” (live) – Bias Boshell –  6:01

Little Queen

Released 1977

Hearts’s third album proved that the band was no fluke. After the success of the singles, “Magic Man,” and  “Crazy On You,” from the debut album, Heart came roaring back with what was actually a third record entitled Little Queen. The album was fueled by a song that would become one of the biggest hits of their career and quite possibly their career defining song called “Barracuda.”

CD Track Listings:

1. “Barracuda” – Ann Wilson, Roger Fisher, Nancy Wilson, and Michael DeRosier – 4:20
2. “Love Alive” – Ann Wilson, Roger Fisher, and Nancy Wilson – 4:21
3. “Sylvan Song” – Roger Fisher, and Nancy Wilson – 2:12
4. “Dream of the Archer” –  Ann Wilson, Roger Fisher, and Nancy Wilson – 4:30
5. “Kick It Out” –  A. Wilson –  2:44
6. “Little Queen” – Ann Wilson, Roger Fisher, Nancy Wilson Michael Rosier, Howard Leese, and Steve Fossen – 5:10
7. “Treat Me Well” –  Nancy Wilson –  3:24
8. “Say Hello” – Ann Wilson, Roger Fisher, Nancy Wilson – 3:36
9. “Cry to Me” –  Ann Wilson, Roger Fisher, Nancy Wilson – 2:51
10. “Go On Cry” – Ann Wilson, Roger Fisher, Nancy Wilson  – 5:52
2004 remastered reissue
11. “Too Long a Time” (early demo version of “Love Alive”) – Ann Wilson, Roger Fisher, Nancy Wilson – 3:30
12. “Stairway to Heaven” (live in Seattle, WA, 1976) – Led Zeppelin – 9:20

Dog and Butterfly

Released 1978

CD Track Listings:

1. “Cook with Fire”  – 4:57
2. “High Time” 3:21
3. “Hijinx” 3:30
4. “Straight On” 5:09
5. “Dog & Butterfly” 5:21
6. “Lighter Touch” 5:03
7. “Nada One” 5:23
8. “Mistral Wind” –  6:42
2004 remaster
9. “Heartless” (live from BBC concert) –  5:00
10. “Feels” 4:53
11. “A Little Bit”

Bébé le Strange

Released 1980

CD Track Listings:

1. “Bébé le Strange” – 3:38
2. “Down on Me” – 4:46
3. “Silver Wheels” – 1:22
4. “Break” 2:32
5. “Rockin Heaven Down” – 5:52
6. “Even It Up”–  5:10
7. “Strange Night” – 4:16
8. “Raised on You” – 3:21
9. “Pilot” 3:15
10. “Sweet Darlin'” – 3:18
2004 remaster
11. “Jackleg Man” (previously unreleased) 3:02
12. “Break” (live) 3:03

Private Audition

Released 1982

CD Track Listings:

1. “City’s Burning” – 4:26
2. “Bright Light Girl” – 3:19
3. “Perfect Stranger” – 3:51
4. “Private Audition” – 3:19
5. “Angels” – 3:00
6. “This Man Is Mine” – 3:00
7. “The Situation” –  4:33
8. “Hey Darlin Darlin” – 3:43
9. “One Word” N. Wilson 4:32
10. “Fast Times” – 3:51
11. “America” – 2:45

Passionworks

Released 1983

CD Track Listings:

1. How Can I Refuse
2. Blue Guitar
3. Johnny Moon
4. Sleep Alone
5. Together Now
6. Allies
7. (Beat By) Jealousy
8. Heavy Heart
9. Love Mistake
10. Language of Love
11. Ambush

Heart

Released 1985

Heart began a career resurgence with their 1985 release. It was the first time the band went to outside songwriters. It proved to be highly successful for the group. However, at the same time, their sound changed completely and many of their old-time fans were pretty disappointed with what the band had done. Eventually, the group went back to their old style and sound an put away the big hair and glamor that their new record company had utilized in promoting this record on MTV.

CD Track Listings:

1. “If Looks Could Kill” – Jack Conrad and Bob Garrett – 3:42
2. “What About Love” – Sheron Alton, Brian Allen and Jim Vallance – 3:41
3. “Never” – Holly Knight, Gene Bloch, Connie – 4:07
4. “These Dreams” – Bernie Taupin and Martin Page – 4:15
5. “The Wolf” – Ann Wilson, Nancy Wilson, Howard Leese, Mark Andes, Denny Carmassi, Sue Ennis – 4:03
6. “All Eyes” –  Holly Knight, Gene Bloch, Connie – 3:55
7. “Nobody Home” –  Ann Wilson, Nancy Wilson, Sue Ennis – 4:07
8. “Nothin’ at All” – Mark Mueller – 4:13
9. “What He Don’t Know” – Ann Wilson, Nancy Wilson, Sue Ennis – 3:41
10. “Shell Shock” – Ann Wilson, Nancy Wilson, Howard Leese, Mark Andes, Denny Carmassi, Sue Ennis – 3:42

Bad Animals

Released 1987

Hearts follow up to their smash 1985 release once again took outside writers on the inside. Led by the legendary Diane Warren who wrote the big hit Who Will You Run To and Tom Kelly and Billy Steinberg responsible for the song “Alone.” This was another hugely successful album for Heart as they continued their dominance of 1980s metal pop Rock via MTV.

CD Track Listings:

1. “Who Will You Run To” Diane Warren – 4:06
2. “Alone” – Tom Kelly, Billy Steinberg – 3:38
3. “There’s the Girl” – Nancy Wilson and Holly Knight – 3:50
4. “I Want You So Bad” Tom Kelly, Billy Steinberg – 4:21
5. “Wait for an Answer” – Lisa Dal Bello – 4:31
6. “Bad Animals” Ann Wilson, Nancy Wilson, Denny Carmassi, Mark Andes, and Howard Leese – 4:54
7. “You Ain’t So Tough” – Steve Kipner, Peter Beckett – 4:05
8. “Strangers of the Heart” – Duane Hitchings, Sue Shifrin, Mark Andes – 3:41
9. “Easy Target” – Ann Wilson, Nancy Wilson, and Sue Ennis – 3:58
10. “RSVP” – Ann Wilson, Nancy Wilson, and Sue Ennis – 3:39

Brigade

Released 1990

Brigade was the band’s third album to continue using the outside songwriters. Once again the group was widely successful, especially with the monster single “All I Wanna Do Is Make Love to You”  written by Robert John “Mutt” Lange who was one of the most successful songwriters and producers of the 80s and 90s and the man behind all the big Shania Twain hits. Once again hit songwriter Diane Warren was brought in as well as Holly Knight, Billy Steinberg, Tom Kelly and even a contribution from the Red Rocker Sammy Hagar.

CD Track Listings:

1. “Wild Child” – Robert John “Mutt” Lange, Craig Joiner, Anthony Mitman = 4:27
2. “All I Wanna Do Is Make Love to You” – Robert John “Mutt” Lange 5:05
3. “Secret” – Franne Golde, Bruce Roberts – 4:10
4. “Tall, Dark Handsome Stranger” – Holly Knight, Albert Hammond – 4:00
5. “I Didn’t Want to Need You”  – Diane Warren –  4:05
6. “The Night” – Sammy Hagar, Denny Carmassi, Ann Wilson, and Nancy Wilson = 4:50
7. “Fallen from Grace” – Sammy Hagar, Jesse Harms and Denny Carmassi – 4:02
8. “Under the Sky” – Ann Wilson, Nancy Wilson, and Sue Ennis – 2:51
9. “Cruel Nights” – Diane Warren – 3:58
10. “Stranded” – Jaime Kyle and Jeff Harrington – 3:55
11. “Call of the Wild” – Ann Wilson, Nancy Wilson, Howard Leese, Mark Andes, Carmassi, and Sue Ennis – 4:00
12. “I Want Your World to Turn” – Tom Kelly and Billy Steinberg – 4:32
13. “I Love You” – Ann Wilson, Nancy Wilson, Holly Knight, Albert Hammond – 3:50

Desire Walks On

Released 1993

CD Track Listings:

1. Desire
2. Black on Black II
3. Back to Avalon
4. The Woman in Me
5. Rage
6. In Walks the Night
7. My Crazy Head
8. Ring Them Bells
9. Will You Be There (in the Morning)
10. Voodoo Doll
11. Anything Is Possible
12. Avalon (reprise)
13. Desire Walks On

Heart Presents a Lovemongers’ Christmas

Released 2001

CD Track Listings:

1. “Here Is Christmas”
2. “Balulalow”
3. “Christmas Waits”
4. “William and Rose”
5. “Ave Maria”
6. “How Beautiful”
7. “The Last Noel” Cox 4:21
8. “It’s Christmas Time”
9. “Oh Holy Night!” Adolphe Adam 3:20
10. “Bring a Torch” Traditional 1:58

Jupiters Darling

Released 2004

CD Track Listings:

1. Make Me
2. Oldest Story in the World
3. Things
4. The Perfect Goodbye
5. Enough
6. Move On
7. I Need the Rain
8. I Give Up
9. Vainglorious
10. No Other Love
11. Led to One
12. Down the Nile
13. I’m Fine
14. Fallen Ones
15. Lost Angel
16. Hello Moonglow

Red Velvet Car

Released 2010

CD Track Listings:

1. There You Go
2. WTF
3. Red Velvet Car
4. Queen City
5. Hey You
6. Wheels
7. Safronia’s Mark
8. Death Valley
9. Sunflower
10. Sand
11. Bootful of Beer
12. Closer to the Sun

Fanatic

Released 2012

CD Track Listings:

1. “Fanatic” 3:44
2. “Dear Old America” 4:01
3. “Walkin’ Good” (with Sarah McLachlan) 3:46
4. “Skin and Bones” 3:42
5. “A Million Miles” 5:05
6. “Pennsylvania” 3:10
7. “Mashallah!” 4:07
8. “Rock Deep (Vancouver)” 4:20
9. “59 Crunch” 3:21
10. “Corduroy Road” 4:25
11. “Beautiful Broken” – A. Wilson, N. Wilson, Mink,  James Alan Hetfield – 2:40
12. “Two Silver Rings” 2:57
13. “Zingara” 3:56

Beautiful Broken

Released 2016

CD Track Listings:

1. Beautiful Broken
2. Two
3. Sweet Darlin’
4. I Jump
5. Johnny Moon
6. Heaven
7. City’s Burning
8. Down on Me
9. One Word
10. Language of Love

HEART LIVE ALBUMS

Released

CD Track Listings:

Greatest Hits/Live

Release date: November 29, 1980

Rock the House Live!

Release date: October 5, 1991

The Road Home

Release date: August 29, 1995

Alive in Seattle

Release date: June 10, 2003

Dreamboat Annie Live

Release date: October 23, 2007

Fanatic Live from Caesar’s Colosseum

Release date: February 25, 2014

Heart & Friends: Home for the Holidays

Release date: November 10, 2014

Live at the Royal Albert Hall with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra

Release date: November 25, 2016

Live in Atlantic City

Release date: January 25, 2019

COMPILATION ALBUMS

These Dreams: Greatest Hits

Released March 11, 1997

Greatest Hits

Released August 25, 1998

Greatest Hits: 1985–1995

Released June 27, 2000

Ballads: The Greatest Hits

Released July 3, 1996

The Essential Heart

Released November 26, 2002

Love Alive

Released September 27, 2005

Love Songs

Released January 10, 2006

Playlist: The Very Best of Heart

Released July 8, 2008

Strange Euphoria

Released June 5, 2012

Icon

Released May 14, 2013

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