- Product Code: 848 018-2
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The third full-length studio album by legendary American Blues/Hard Rock band.
This album presents some differences in its musical style, being more oriented towards Blues/Hard Rock instead of Glam Metal and being more evidently influenced by The Rolling Stones and Aerosmith. "Heartbreak Station" contained musical muscle, healthy diversity, good lyrics, creativity; high emotional content.
The album featured three singles, which were "Shelter Me", hitting #36 in the US, the title track, which made #44, and "The More Things Change", which didn't chart.
Album hit #19 in the US and went Platinum for selling a million albums there the same year. Vocalist Tom Keifer has stated on several occasions that this is his favorite Cinderella record.
After successful albums that effectively followed contemporary Hard Rock trends, Cinderella reached back into the Stones and Aerosmith songbooks and created a sneering, raunchy Hard Rock album that was artistically their finest moment, even if it didn't reach the same commercial heights as its predecessors. But the sales figures don't matter; "Heartbreak Station" shows that Cinderella has more genuine Rock & Roll grit than most of the Metal bands of the late '80s!
Recommended for any Blues inspired Hard Rock fan!!
Mercury/PolyGram Records, 1990 (848 018-2). Made in USA. First press. Used (cover/disc): EX+/EX+.
1. The More Things Change 4:22
2. Love's Got Me Doin' Time 5:20
3. Shelter Me 4:48
4. Heartbreak Station 4:28
5. Sick for the Cure 4:00
6. One for Rock and Roll 4:29
7. Dead Man's Road 6:39
8. Make Your Own Way 4:15
9. Electric Love 5:24
10. Love Gone Bad 4:20
11. Winds of Change 5:35
Total playing time: 53:42 min.