Heart of Stone is the nineteenth studio album by American singer-actress Cher, released on June 19, 1989 by Geffen Records. As of January 1991, the album has sold more than 4 million copies worldwide. The album was supported by her 1989-1990 sold-out Heart of Stone Tour. Heart of Stone was released in 1989 and was her second studio album for Geffen Records.
The Best Of is a 2-CD compilation album by the band Motörhead, released in August 2000 on the Sanctuary Records subsidiary label Metal-Is. The Best Of includes 37 Motörhead tracks spanning the band's career from 1977 to 2000, including four previously unreleased live tracks recorded in 1981.
Heart of Stone (The Rolling Stones song). Heart of Stone" is a song by the English rock band The Rolling Stones, released as a single in 1964 in the United States, and on an extended-play single in Europe (pictured). It was not released in the United Kingdom until featuring on the Out of Our Heads UK album released September 1965.
Heart of Stone was released in 1989 and was her second studio album for Geffen Records. As with her previous album Cher, Peter Asher, Jon Bon Jovi, Diane Warren, Guy Roche and Desmond Child performed songwriting and/or producing duties. Bonnie Tyler and Michael Bolton performed background vocals on the song "Emotional Fire", which was an outtake from Bolton's 1987 album The Hunger, as was "Starting Over" (Demo versions of the song exist in bootleg form).
Stone Deaf Forever! Motörhead. Type: Boxed set. Release date: October 6th, 2003. Catalog ID: CMXBX747. 9. Don't Need Religion.
There is no question about that, and this album is one of several from her catalog that serve as a testament to that fact. Cher recruited some heavy-hitters for this release, including Steve Lukather (Toto), Desmond Child, and Andrew Gold
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Hair Metal In Covers Vol. 2 - Various Artists. The Bronze Age - Motörhead. Stone Sour - Stone Sour. Pennies From Heaven - Various Artists. Heart Over Mind - Tammy Wynette.
This album marks the moment when Motörhead were truly born. Neatly straddling the ailing punk movement and the birth of the New Wave Of British Heavy Metal, Motörhead had a unique sound that was acidic, acerbic yet also slickly depraved – no rusty nails sticking out here. Overkill, Stay Clean, No Class, Tear Ya Dow. hese weren’t the hapless flounderings of some streetwise monosyllabics, but fully focused rages. Dead Men Tell No Tales, Stone Dead Forever, Over The Top, Bombe. hese weren’t just songs, but rather gutter grapeshot anthems suitable for all generations to enjoy. Another Perfect Day (Bronze, 1983). Always unsavoury, Motörhead was an album that alienated the Saturday Night Fever disco stompers – and for that reason alone it appealed to those who enjoyed confrontational music nurtured in shadows and fermented by dysfunction.