Complete List Of Pat Benatar Albums And Discography

Pat Benatar Albums

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This Complete List Of Pat Benatar Albums And Songs presents the full discography of Pat Benatar studio albums. Pat Benatar was born in 1953. She hails from New York City. This complete Pat Benatar discography also includes every single live album. All these hard rocking Pat Benatar albums have been presented below in chronological order. We have also included all original release dates with each Pat Benatar album as well as all original album covers. Every Pat Benatar album listed below showcases the entire album tracklisting.


In the Heat of the Night

Released August 27, 1979

CD Track Listings:

1. “Heartbreaker”
2. “I Need A Lover”
3. “If You Think You Know How To Love Me”
4. “In The Heat Of The Night”
5. “My Clone Sleeps Alone”
6. “We Live For Love”
7. “Rated X”
8. “Don’t Let It Show”
9. “No You Don’t”
10. “So Sincere”

Crimes of Passion

Released August 6, 1980

CD Track Listings:

1. “Treat Me Right”
2. “You Better Run”
3. “Never Wanna Leave You”
4. “Hit Me With Your Best Shot”
5. “Hell Is For Children”
6. “Little Paradise”
7. “I’m Gonna Follow You”
8. “Wuthering Heights”
9. “Prisoner Of Love”
10. “Out-A-Touch”

Precious Time

Released July 6, 1981

CD Track Listings:

1. “Promises In The Dark”
2. “Fire And Ice”
3. “Just Like Me”
4. “Precious Time”
5. “It’s A Tuff Life”
6. “Take It Anyway You Want It”
7. “Evil Genius”
8. “Hard To Believe”
9. “Helter Skelter”

Get Nervous

Released October 29, 1982

CD Track Listings:

1. “Shadows Of The Night”
2. “Looking For A Stranger”
3. “Anxiety (Get Nervous)”
4. “Fight It Out”
5. “The Victim”
6. “Little Too Late”
7. “I’ll Do It”
8. “I Want Out”
9. “Tell It To Her”
10. “Silent Partner”


Released November 1, 1984

CD Track Listings:

1. “Diamond Field”
2. “We Belong”
3. “Painted Desert”
4. “Temporary Heroes”
5. “Love In The Ice Age”
6. “Ooh Ooh Song”
7. “The Outlaw Blues”
8. “Suburban King”
9. “A Crazy World Like This”
10. “Takin’ It Back”

Seven the Hard Way

Released October 30, 1985

CD Track Listings:

1. “Sex As A Weapon”
2. “Le Bel Age”
3. “Walking In The Underground”
4. “Big Life”
5. “Red Vision”
6. “7-Rooms Of Gloom”
7. “Run Between The Raindrops”
8. “Invincible”
9. “The Art Of Letting Go”

Wide Awake in Dreamland

Released June 22, 1988

CD Track Listings:

1. “All Fired Up”
2. “One Love”
3. “Let’s Stay Together”
4. “Don’t Walk Away”
5. “Too Long A Soldier”
6. “Cool Zero”
7. “Cerebral Man”
8. “Lift ‘Em On Up”
9. “Suffer The Little Children”
10. “Wide Awake In Dreamland”

True Love

Released April 9, 1991

CD Track Listings:

  1. Bloodshot Eyes
  2. Payin’ the Cost to Be the Boss
  3. So Long
  4. I’ve Got Papers on You
  5. I Feel Lucky
  6. True Love
  7. The Good Life
  8. Evening
  9. I Get Evil
  10. Don’t Happen No More
  11. Please Come Home for Christmas

Gravity’s Rainbow

Released May 24, 1993

CD Track Listings:

1. Pictures of a Gone World
2. Everybody Lay Down
3. Somebody’s Baby
4. Ties That Bind
5. You & I
6. Disconnected
7. Crazy
8. Every Time I Fall Back
9. Sanctuary
10. Rise (Part 2)
11. Kingdom Key
12. Tradin’ Down


Released June 3, 1997

CD Track Listings:

1. Guitar Intro
2. Only You
3. River of Love
4. I Don’t Want to Be Your Friend
5. Strawberry Wine
6. Purgatory
7. Papa’s Roses
8. At This Time
9. Dirty Little Secrets
10. Angry
11. In These Times
12. Innamorata
13. Gina’s Song


Released August 12, 2003

CD Track Listings:

1. Guitar Intro
2. Only You
3. River of Love
4. I Don’t Want to Be Your Friend
5. Strawberry Wine
6. Purgatory
7. Papa’s Roses
8. At This Time
9. Dirty Little Secrets
10. Angry
11. In These Times
12. Innamorata
13. Gina’s Song


Live from Earth

Released September 22, 1983

CD Track Listings:

1. “Fire And Ice”
2. “Lookin’ For A Stranger”
3. “I Want Out”
4. “We Live For Love”
5. “Hell Is For Children”
6. “Hit Me With Your Best Shot”
7. “Promises In The Dark”
8. “Heartbreaker”
9. “Love Is A Battlefield” (studio recording)
10. “Lipstick Lies” (studio recording)


Best Shots

Released 1989

1. Love Is A Battlefield
2. Promises In The Dark
3. One Love
4. All Fired Up
5. We Live For Love
6. Hell Is For Children
7. Shadows Of The Night
8. Hit Me With Your Best Shot
9. We Belong
10. Invincible [Theme From The Legend Of Billie Jean]
11. Fire And Ice
12. Heartbreaker
13. Suffer The Little Children/Hell Is For Children (Live)
14. Painted Desert
15. Outlaw Blues

All Fired Up: The Very Best of Pat Benatar

Released 1994

Synchronistic Wanderings: Recorded Anthology 1979-1999

Released 1999

Greatest Hits

Released 2005

Very Best Of Pat Benatar

CD Track Listings:

1. Heartbreaker
2. We Live For Love
3. Promises In The Dark
4. Fire And Ice
5. Ooh Ooh Song
6. Hit Me With Your Best Shot
7. Shadows Of The Night
8. Anxiety (Get Nervous)
9. I Want Out
10. Lipstick Lies
11. Love Is A Battlefield
12. We Belong
13. All Fired Up
14. Hell Is For Children
15. Invincible
16. Somebody’s Baby
17. Everybody Lay Down
18. True Love

Ultimate Collection

Released 2008

CD Track Listings:

Disc 1:
1. Heartbreaker
2. I Need a Lover
3. In the Heat of the Night
4. We Live for Love
5. Treat Me Right
6. You Better Run
7. Never Wanna Leave You
8. Hit Me With Your Best Shot
9. Hell Is for Children
10. Promises in the Dark
11. Fire and Ice
12. Just Like Me
13. It’s a Tuff Life
14. Precious Time
15. Shadows of the Night
16. Looking for a Stranger
17. Anxiety (Get Nervous)
18. Little Too Late
19. The Victim
20. Lipstick Lies
21. Love Is a Battlefield

Disc 2:
1. Diamond Field
2. We Belong
3. Ooh Ooh Song
4. The Outlaw Blues
5. Painted Desert
6. Invincible (Theme From The Legend Of Billie Jean)
7. Sex as a Weapon
8. Le Bel Age
9. All Fired Up
10. Don’t Walk Away
11. One Love (Song Of The Lion)
12. Let’s Stay Together
13. Payin’ The Cost To Be The Boss
14. True Love
15. I Feel Lucky
16. The Good Life
17. Everybody Lay Down
18. Somebody’s Baby
19. Every Time I Fall Back

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