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Breaking Hearts


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  • Audio CD (Jan. 1 1990)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Universal Music Group
  • ASIN: B000002OJ7
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Audio Cassette
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (5 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #217,892 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Restless
2. Slow Down Georgie (She's Poison)
3. Who Wears These Shoes?
4. Breaking Hearts (Ain't What It Used To Be)
5. Li'l 'Frigerator
6. Passengers
7. In Neon
8. Burning Buildings
9. Did He Shoot Her?
10. Sad Songs (Say So Much)

Product Description

Canadian pressing of 1984 album for Geffen that's out-of-print domestically. Ten tracks including three Top 40 hits, 'Sad Songs (Say So Much)', 'Who Wears These Shoes?', & 'In Neon'.

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WHOA!!! Talk about underrated! 'Restless' and my favourite track 'Lil fridgerator' rock as hard as anything on Rock of the westies. Actually, it is this album that Elton came closest to replicating the sound of Goodbye Yellow brick road. The bakcing vocalists were the same as Yellow Brick, there wasn't any brass, The rock 'n' roll really rocks, mature ballads like 'In Neon', 'Burning Buildings' and the title track were similar to and as good as the ballads on the second half of Yellow brick road. For example, 'In Neon' sought of reminds me of 'Roy Rodgers', but sounds fresh. Then there are strong pop songs, including a song that never gets a mention, 'Did he shoot her?', an energetic but melodic pop song, it's my seocnd favourite. Of-course, lets not forget 'Sad Songs say so much' which was the hit and a great song. It is a pop song that sounds 80's but it's just as good as his 70's pop songs, except for a few exceptional masterpieces like 'Candle in the wind'. Passenger is very original, and has an intruiging lyric. 'Who wears these shoes?' Doesn't rock as hard as 'Restless' and 'Lil fridgerator' but it's fine rock n roll all the same. 'Slow down Georgie, she's poison' is probably the worst song, IMO, but it's still worthy of 8/10, as it rocks, the melody is cool, and it's a great lyric. It's just that the instrumental bit doesn't really fit in with the rest of the song. The lyrics really have an old-fashioned feel to them.
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By gootch on Feb. 23 2003
Format: Audio CD
The Tour was terrific & so is this LP! We rock with "Restless"!
Next is "Slow Down Georgie(she's poison)"And we boogie to"Who
Wears These Shoes!".Pause for"Breakin'Hearts(ain't what it use to be)".Whoe!We get down with "Lil Refridgerator"(?)Side 2 begins
with "Passengers"(swing & sway with Elton J!)"In Neon"is 1 of the
only videos EJ does'nt appear in.(a fact!)Then"Burning Bridges"
"Did He Shoot Her?" & we end with "Sad Songs"(say so much)...
No,not "sassons say so much"for the jeans of the 80's-altho there
WAS a commercial for this!Great video,too. Of corse! It's EHJ!
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"Breaking Hearts" is a great album.My favorite song is the classical"Sad Songs" a great rocker."Passengers"was another massive hit of this album."Restless" was a great rock and roll song.This album in my opinion was perfect, isf you are a Elton fan buy this album because this is great.The songs that demonstrate these qualities best are Who Wears These Shoes?Buy this album
THIS ALBUM IS ESSENTIAL-VERY RECOMMENDED
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Between this and "Too Low for Zero", Elton married engineer Renate Blauel, and the tabloids were on their case as if it was a sham to hide the truth.
Originally released 1984 by Geffen in the U.S. and Canada, and Rocket/Phonogram elsewhere. This should be reissued with bonus tracks.
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Between this and "Too Low for Zero", Elton married engineer Renate Blauel, and the tabloids were on their case as if it was a sham to hide the truth.
Originally released 1984 by Geffen in the U.S. and Canada, and Rocket/Phonogram elsewhere. This should be reissued with bonus tracks.
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