Steelheart Albums Ranked

Steelheart Albums

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Our Steelheart albums ranked list looks back at the album discography of a great glam metal band formed in the early 1990s. While the decade of the 1980s had its share of glam metal bands like Motley Crue, Poison, and more, the 90s bands started to veer more towards an alternative sound. That was the story of Steelheart whose sound as well as it’s lineup changed dramatically throughout the years. The one constant has always been Steelheart’s legendary phenomanal  vocalist Michael Matijevic. If you have never heard him sing, you must check out these great Steelheart albums.

# 5 – Good 2B Alive

We open up our Steelheart Albums Ranked List with the Steelheart’s fourth album entitled Good 2B Alive. The album was released in 2008  The band’s debut album featured the brilliant Michael Matijevic on lead vocals, Uros Raskovski on guitar, Sigve Sjursen and Rev Jones on bass and Mike Humbert on drums. The bands stellar fourth album also featured Edward Roth on keyboards, John Dirth on trumpet, Bobby Reed on flute and clarinet, Joseph Edelberg, Anna Matijasic, Jenny Bifano, Alice Talbot, Karen Shinozaki, and Cary Koh all on violin. Also featured were  Lind Ghidossi-Deluca and Don Erlich on viola and Devon Malone cello and Joseph Hebert on cello.

CD Track Listings:

1. Love Ain’t Easy (3:40)
2. Can’t Stop Me Lovin’ You (5:07)
3. Like Never Before (4:45)
4. I’ll Never Let You Go (5:06)
5. Everybody Loves Eileen (6:21)
6. Sheila (7:42)
7. Gimme Gimme (5:24)
8. Rock ‘N’ Roll (I Just Wanna) (4:12)
9. She’s Gone (6:32)
10. Down ‘N’ Dirty (6:44)

Through Worlds of Stardust

At the number four spot on our Steelheart Albums List we present the album entitled Through Worlds Of Stardust. The album was released in 2017. It is the band’s most recent studio album. Standout tracks include “You Got Me Twisted,” “Lips of Rain,” and “StreamLines Savings.” While it may not be the group’s best record, yet it’s still a solid effort.

CD Track Listings:

1. StreamLines Savings
2. My Dirty Girl
3. Come Inside
4. My Word
5. You Got Me Twisted
6. Lips of Rain
7. With Love We Live Again
8. Got Me Running
9. My Freedom
10. I’m So in Love With You

Tangled in Reins

Moving along on our Steelheart Albums List we present the band’s raging second album entitled Tangled In Reins. The album was released in 1992. The album hit number one hundred and forty four on the US Billboard Top 200 Albums Charts, which did not come close to the success that the band’s first album achieved on the charts. And thats sad because it’s a great rock and roll record. However, the band had great success on the eastern side of the Atlantic  with the album’s hit single “Mama Don’t You Cry.” The musicians on the album included Michael Matijevic on lead vocals, Chris Risola on guitar, Frank DiCostanzo on guitar, James Ward on bass and John Fowler on drums.

CD Track Listings:

1. Loaded Mutha (5:42)
2. Sticky Side Up (4:32)
3. Electric Love Child (6:27)
4. Late For The Party (4:17)
5. All Your Love (6:53)
6. Love ‘Em And I’m Gone (5:38)
7. Take Me Back Home (4:43)
8. Steelheart (5:43)
9. Mama Don’t You Cry (5:49)
10. Dancin’ In The Fire (3:49)

Wait

Just of the top spot on our Steelheart Albums List we showcase the album entitled Wait. This is a killer Steelheart album with incredible playing and arrangements. It featured a new lineup and pretty much a new sound as the band veered more towards the alternative scene that was becoming incredibly popular during the time period.  The album was released in 1996. The album featured Michael Matijevic on lead vocals, Kenny Kanowski on guitar, Vincent Mele Jr. on bass and Alex Makarovich on drums.

CD Track Listings:

1. We All Die Young (5:06)
2. Live To Die (4:14)
3. The Ahh Song (4:03)
4. Electric Chair (4:36)
5. Wait (4:29)
6. Garden Of Delight (4:51)
7. Take A Little Time (3:57)
8. Cabernet (3:46)
9. Say No More (5:14)
10. Shangrila (5:12)

Steelheart

We wrap up our Steelheart Albums List with the band’s debut album entitled  Steelheart. This is by far the band most successful album of their career. The album was released in 1991. The album hit number forty on the US Billboard Top 200 Albums Charts.  It also charted high at the end of the year finishing in the top 100 year end charts on the Billboard Top 200. The band’s debut album featured the brilliant Michael Matijevic on lead vocals, Chris Risola on guitar, Frank DiCostanzo on guitar, James Ward on bass and John Fowler on drums. Steelheart was produced by Iron Maiden’s Bruce Dickinson.

CD Track Listings:

1. Love Ain’t Easy (3:40)
2. Can’t Stop Me Lovin’ You (5:07)
3. Like Never Before (4:45)
4. I’ll Never Let You Go (5:06)
5. Everybody Loves Eileen (6:21)
6. Sheila (7:42)
7. Gimme Gimme (5:24)
8. Rock ‘N’ Roll (I Just Wanna) (4:12)
9. She’s Gone (6:32)
10. Down ‘N’ Dirty (6:44)

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