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  • Audio CD (October 25, 1990)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Sony
  • ASIN: B0000025KR
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (46 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #66,456 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Ann Wilson and her younger sister, Nancy Wilson first showed the world that women can rock when their band Heart stormed the charts in the '70s with hits like "Crazy on You," "Magic Man," "Barracuda," ‘Straight On,” “Even It Up,” “Kick It Out” and so many more. They continued topping the charts through the ... Read more in Amazon's Heart Store

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I look forward to getting more songs from here.
Katherine Whitmire
Covering their entire career up to the mid-90's, this "Greatest Hits" album from Heart is one of the best collections around.
Ken Fontenot
This track was deleted from the CD & Cassette editions because of CD Limitations.
Chad DeFeo

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16 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Shari on July 20, 2000
Format: Audio CD
This compilation package is that good that I bought both the CD and the cassette. The cassette, you may ask why, is due to the 3 tracks that were left off the disc, "Strange Euphoria", "Hit Single", and the beautiful "Unchained Melody." Why those three were left off the disc, I don't know. I know a CD can carry up to 78 minutes of music and I don't believe that by leaving the missing three off the disc that they would exceed the time.
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13 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Daniel J. Hamlow HALL OF FAME on June 19, 2003
Format: Audio CD
Four years and five albums into their career, the Seattle quintet led by those fiesty rock angel/devils the Wilson sisters, released a greatest hits collection (originally a double album) featuring singles on one record, live and new studio material on the other. Had they waited two more albums and included material from Private Audition and Passionworks, this would be a complete Sony/Epic compilation.
The selection of studio singles is reasonable, although again, I wonder why "Even It Up" had to be a single. The sequence of the ferocious and biting "Barracuda," gentle acoustic interlude "Silver Wheels" and galloping bluesy-rock of "Crazy On You" demonstrates the repertoire they established, be it rocking demons or softly singing angels. With "Magic Man" and "Heartless," their blues roots show through, and it's dreamy ballads like "Dog & Butterfly" that show that other side of them.
Then comes the live material, taken from various venues between August and September 1980, including LA, Seattle, and Las Vegas. A rousing version of "Bebe Le Strange" outdoes the original studio recording, especially the chugging guitar solo accompanying the "Ah, rock baby" segment.
Within the live material is their cover of Aaron Neville's ballad "Tell It Like It Is", which became at that time their highest charting single. I like it but it seems unjust that considering their rock roots, they had to do something pop, complete with horns, to crack the Top Ten once again. At least that fiery guitar solo rockified it a little.
A live version of "Mistral Wind" from Dog & Butterfly follows, and the guitar solo is like a blistering rock tidal wave, over which Ann lets loose with all emotion. I wonder if there were any lighters waving during this song.
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12 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Boojidad on February 7, 2008
Format: Audio CD
This was CBS' first compilation of Heart material, and the result is unique among the many 'greatest hits' releases that have come since. Maybe it was because of the digital remastering (a relatively new thing at that time). Maybe it was the running order: going from 'Silver Wheels' into 'Crazy On You' in the same manner as they were doing in their live shows really gives Nancy a showcase. Maybe it was the sheer power of 'Mistral Wind' which only increases in the live setting. Certainly it wasn't 'Hit Single' and 'Strange Euphoria' which were blessedly dropped when converted to CD. Maybe it was the original band (yes I know Roger isn't on the live tracks) at its height before the slide of 'Private Audition' and 'Passionworks' and the revamping of the band into 80's hair, cleavage, and power ballads. Whatever it is, nothing sounds like this disc, and it's worth having in your collection even if you've got all the discs that led up to it.
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Lonnie E. Holder HALL OF FAMETOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on September 30, 2006
Format: Audio CD
As with any rock group that has been around for many years, Heart has a number of collections. This one is one of the several collections you could own that serve different purposes. If you want to focus on Heart's early years, "Heart - Greatest Hits" mostly covers the early years of the group. "Heart - Greatest Hits - 1985 - 1995" covers Heart's later years, missing only the 2004 release of "Jupiter's Darling." If you are looking for an overview of Heart's career, there are two collections, the two-disk "The Essential Heart," released in 2002, and this collection. "The Essential Heart" is a more comprehensive collection, and I recommend that one over this one. However, this collection is a second best behind that collection.

This collection has 17 songs over varying source. Some are live and some are variations from the original studio album releases. Here is a brief overview of the songs, their album, and their chart position in the United States:

(1) Crazy on You: from Dreamboat Annie; highest chart position: #35.

(2) All I Wanna Do Is Make Love to You: from Brigade; highest chart position: #2.

(3) If Looks Could Kill: from Heart; highest chart position: #54.

(4) Never: from Heart; highest chart position: #4.

(5) Alone: from Bad Animals; highest chart position: #1.

(6) Who Will You Run To: from Bad Animals; highest chart position: #7.

(7) Straight On (Acoustic): original from Dog and Butterfly; highest chart position: #15.

(8) Magic Man: from Dreamboat Annie; highest chart position #9.

(9) What About Love: from Heart; highest chart position #10.

(10) Dreamboat Annie: from Dreamboat Annie; highest chart position #42.
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8 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Chad DeFeo on January 5, 2004
Format: Audio CD
In November of 1980, Heart released their sixth album entitled, GREATEST HITS LIVE. This album, obviously, is Heart's first greatest hits compilation. The first nine tracks on this album are Heart's studio recorded greatest hits from the first five albums. There are three more of Heart's greatest hits included here, but those three hits are live performances from different concerts. And there are six new tracks on this album, where only five of them are live performances from different concerts, where the sixth new song is studio recorded. Read on for the info.

BARRACUDA

From the album LITTLE QUEEN (1977). Still an ultimate Heart classic.

SILVER WHEELS (Instrumental)

From the album BEBE LE STRANGE (1980). This song was never released as a single, but I'm guessing that Heart liked it so much, for they had to include it here. Not a bad instrumental piece.

CRAZY ON YOU

From the album DREAMBOAT ANNIE (1976). A great song.

STRAIGHT ON

From the album DOG & BUTTERFLY (1978). Awesome tune.

DREAMBOAT ANNIE

From the album DREAMBOAT ANNIE (1976). Ah, the infamous relaxing title track to their 1976 debut album. Love this song.

EVEN IT UP

From the album BEBE LE STRANGE (1980). Great song.

MAGIC MAN

From the album DREAMBOAT ANNIE (1976). Killer tune.

HEARTLESS

From the album MAGAZINE (1978). A good song, but not a favorite of mine.

DOG & BUTTERFLY

From the album DOG & BUTTERFLY (1978). Great song.

BEBE LE STRANGE (Live)

Original version from the album BEBE LE STRANGE (1980).
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