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Product Details

  • Audio CD (May 10, 1990)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Mca
  • ASIN: B000002O6S
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (57 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #11,971 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Great 80's hair metal.
C. V. Johnston
I heard one of these songs on Pandora, and loved it so much I bought the CD.
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This cd sounds as good as it did 22 years ago!!!
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17 of 17 people found the following review helpful By J. Wright on May 6, 2000
Format: Audio CD
Their debut self-titled album, Steelheart, is one of my favorites. The ballad, I'll Never Let You Go, got them some air time on MTV and and number of "Best of the 80's Metal/Big Hair Bands." The rest of album is really pretty damn good. Love Ain't Easy, Like Never Before, Gimme Gimme and Down 'n' Dirty really rock. Can't Stop Me Lovin' You, Sheila and She's Gone are more ballad-type tunes and Everybody Loves Eileen is fun-filled rock 'n' roll. If you like White Lion, Firehouse or Slaughter, you should defintely like Steelheart.
Lead singer Mike Matijevic can really hit the high notes and belt out the songs. He's a more edgy version of White Lion's lead singer Mike Tramp. This first album is Steelheart's best and if you can find their second release "Tangled in Reins" it is worth buying, too.
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27 of 30 people found the following review helpful By Ghost of Metal Past on November 10, 2004
Format: Audio CD
I tend to like the thrash side of heavy metal but I appreciate genuine talent in any type of rock band. This guy has to be one of the best vocalists I have ever heard. I was in the army when this came out, so I wasn't really able to follow the rock scene. I heard a clip and listened to it on Napster, that voice in unreal. If you like this guy, check out TNT (Knights of the Thunder or Tell No Tales). Their singer is Tony Harnell and he is in the same league as this Steelheart guy. MTV puts the deep six on guys like this him and Tony, but morons like Chester Bennington and Fred Durst sell millions - there is no justice in the world.
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14 of 15 people found the following review helpful By LINDA LARSON on December 22, 2005
Format: Audio CD
this was one of the bands that should have received the airplay -at the time of its release- that all of its related artists were,or had been, receiving . it was all so sudden....radio staions everywhere switched to that mess known as "grunge". Music would never again have style or intelligence or triumph or voice, or magnificence, or all of the above, it seemed. what was it with grunge , anyway....why couldn't that generation come up with anything different and yet ...good ? there are a few talented names/artists from that era, but most of that grunge time seemed like some kind of corporate joke on both the twenty somethings getting the record deals ( -probably made them think they had some kind of contribution to make to music-) as well as the radio audience deprieved now of music as we had always known it to be in this country, despite genre or time : intelligently inspired, assembled , and performed. that this album by steelheart kicked its foot through the door just as someone or something seemed to be closing out all of the good stuff in sound was perhaps all i could have hoped for at that time, though - as the stench coming from all of that grunge quickly dominated - no, the better word is "permeated" -the airwaves.
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10 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Hair Metal Pwns on February 3, 2005
Format: Audio CD
Because I love this band so much, I'm doing a review for all 3 of their albums (this is the first one, see Tangled In Reins and/or Wait for my other two reviews.)

Album Name: Steelheart

Running Time: 55:32

Band Members: Mike Matijevic- Lead Vocals

Chris Risola- Lead Guitar

Frank DiCostanzo- Rhythm Guitar

John Fowler- Drums

James Ward- Bass

You want an album thats better then Nirvana- Nevermind? Better then Skid Row- Slave To The Grind (only by a hair). Then you have it right here. Steelheart's self titled debut is a solid metal album from begining to end. With Mike's soaring voice and great song writing. Along with Chris Risola's blasting solos and James Ward's thumping bass and song writing skills. You have one of the greatest "hair" metal bands to come out before Nirvana crashed the party (damn them)!! Every song from begining to end is awesome!!

1. Love Ain't Easy -3:41- A solid begining track with a badass solo 5/5

2. Can't Stop Me From Loving You -5:06- It took me a couple of listens but soon I relieazed this song kicked ass. With some double peddling and a catchy chorus this song rocks! 4/5

3. Like Never Before -4:45- Honestly it is probably my least favorite track but its still pretty good. Worth a listen 3/5

4. I'll Never Let You Go -5:06- Ahh the song that brought them some fame. Going all the way to #14 of the charts. A catchy ballad with Mike screaming as high as he possibly can. Damn I thought his voice was gonna pop at the end of the song. 5/5

5. Everybody Loves Eileen -6:20- Great track. This one is a fan favorite for those who know Steelheart outside of "I'll Never Let You Go" 4.5/5

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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By J. Marino on February 2, 2004
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
To bad the 80's style rock started to fade when these guys came on the scene but theres no one that compares to Mikes, or jeffs voice on this album. They are both the best lead vocals you can ever get for an 80's band. if you liked this album check out Jeff scott sotos other band (Eyes), or the Rock Star Movie Soundtrack. both Mike and Steve cover the Steel Dragon tunes which also rock. a must have album for true 80's rock fans.
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Rumbeard The Pirate on December 11, 2002
Format: Audio CD
I remember when I bought the cassette single(yep, remember them?) for "Angel Eyes/I'll Never Let You Go", I knew this was an extremely talented band. Probably the best vocalist I've ever listened to, Mikey Steel (as he goes by now) helped this band get airplay on MTV, when they used to play music videos. "Angel Eyes" is the song that everyone knows them by, but "Everybody Loves Eileen", "Love Ain't Easy" & "She's Gone" are the real highlights of this album. A great talent, who unfortunately didn't last as long as they should have. But over a decade later, Mikey Steel re-emerged as one of the voalist for the soundtrack of the film "Rock Star". News of a new album is underway, so hopefully Steelheart lives again. But if ya wanna rock, buy this cd & rock away!
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