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© Capitol Records
Year of Release: 1987
Who Will You Run To
There's The Girl
I Want You So Bad
Wait For An Answer
You Ain't So Tough
Strangers Of The Heart
Heart related sites:
Heart, led by the sisters Ann and Nancy Wilson,
proved that women can hold their own
in a male dominant music business force. Since their
debut in 1976, they've relesaed some great albums. However,
Bad Animals, released in 1987, doesn't fall in
This album starts out with a bang with three songs that
received a lot of radio airplay: Who Will You Run To,
the #1 hit Alone, and There's The Girl.
Afterwards, the album tends to lose its direction.
I Want You So Bad and You Ain't So Tough sounds
too poppish; Strangers Of The Heart and RSVP are
The title track, Bad Animals, catches your attention;
Wait For An Answer starts out eerie, then all of a
sudden, it slows down drastically. It's not a ballad like
Alone or Strangers Of The Heart, but it
catches you off-guard. Easy Target is a true-Heart
As much as I love Heart, I was a little disapointed at
first. This album has it's moments. There are songs that
you could listen to over and over; as for the others, they
fall in the old catagory of 'take it or leave it.'
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