Heart of Stone
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|7. Emotional Fire|
|8. All Because Of You|
|9. Does Anybody Really Fall In Love Anymore?|
|10. Starting Over|
|11. Kiss To Kiss|
|12. After All (Love Theme From Chances Are)|
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Top Customer Reviews
This album is from 1989, it includes some of Cher's biggest hits ever such as: "If I could turn back time", "just like Jesse James" and "After all" next to Peter Cetera.
"Heart of stone" became Cher's first multi-million selling album, it sold over 3 million copies in the Us and it's her best selling after her 1999 smash album "Believe".
Some of the song in this album were written by Diane Warren, one of the best song writers of all times, she writes song for singer such as: Michael Bolton, Celine Dion and Toni Braxton.
Other hits of this album are "Kiss to kiss", "Love on a rooftop" and the tittle it self.
She surpassed her previous effort, and in 1989 she got to rank even higher on the charts (IF I COULD TURN BACK TIME penned by Diane Warren significantly reaching # 3 on the singles charts and producing 3 other Top 40 hits...).
Reasons may vary: the (in)famous video for the above-mentioned tune, shot on that navy vessel, banned by MTV; the impeccable choice of writers (Warren, Child, Bon Jovi, Bolton, Galdston) and producers (Guy Roche, Peter Asher, Jon Lind, Michael Bolton, Diane Warren and Desmond Child again); the collaborations (great duet with Chicago's former vocalist Peter Cetera on AFTER ALL); the top form of her vocals (JUST LIKE JESSE JAMES, KISS TO KISS) and energy (EMOTIONAL FIRE, DOES ANYBODY REALLY FALL IN LOVE ANYMORE?) put in this work.
I suppose you can name it only by purchasing the CD and choose for yourself.
I am not going to rate it less than 5 stars, it should earn 6 if i had the chance....
The set is complied of hard and soft rock numbers that display Cher's voice in a great light. The hits like the adult contemporary smash "If I Could Turn Back Time", the gospel tinged "Heart Of Stone", the lovely duet with Peter Ceatra "After All" and the country sass of "Just Like Jesse James" show a wide range of rockers, but the songs while catchy and very likable come out with much of the same sound. While the differences musically in tracks like "Love On A Rooftop", "Because Of You" and "You Wouldn't Know Love" the lyric content is great and the way Cher forces them out is awesome.
The major brilliance in "Heart Of Stone" is the fact that it gave Cher so many hits after she become a huge movie star, yet not exactly during the time the movies where coming out, like "Cher". She manned to diversify music form her acting, yet while having many of the songs sounding like screenplays. The CD has many great songs, but in a rock rut with a few classy ballads, it is not as powerful or exciting as "Cher", which in many ways is the album that brought her back only the hits weren't as big on that record. Still "Heart Of Stone" is worth more than a listen and far better than its follow up "Love Hurts".
Most recent customer reviews
HEART OF STONE is a fine Cher album, although a bit dated now, it shows strength in her vocals that is masked underneath electronic beats on her newer material (which is great... Read morePublished on June 6 2004 by Jake Z
I bought this as a tape when I was in first grade and lossed it a while back, so I decided to buy it on CD. I forgot how much I loved this album! Read morePublished on Aug. 23 2003 by PePsI987
a detailed drawing of a huge heart of stone, Cher sitting next to it(with big hair)and from a distance...it all looked like a skull! Read morePublished on April 20 2003 by jon sieruga
Cher has been one of the best successful female solo artists ever, right behind my favorite, Madonna. Read morePublished on March 12 2003 by Chad DeFeo
I gave up on Cher after this cd. Although her cd after this one called "It's A Man's World" wasn't bad, "Heart Of Stone" and the previous self-titled... Read morePublished on Feb. 11 2003 by Peter
She has a few good songs and one inparticular I like on this one called, You Wouldn't Know Love. I love Cher as she's such a visual performer and her voice has just gotten better. Read morePublished on Jan. 2 2003 by JW
For those who were introduced to Cher through her latest albums, "Believe" and "Living Proof", "Heart of Stone" is probably the best of her... Read morePublished on Oct. 15 2002 by Neal Reynolds
It is hard to know what to say about this CD.I used to think it was kinda cool but now I don't.The problem is that I dont like Cher. Read morePublished on Aug. 25 2001 by Linda Maree Rowe