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In the Heat of the Night Original recording remastered, Live
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Pat leapt from Long Island to #12 on the pop charts with this 1979 debut, scoring big with Heartbreaker and We Live for Love .
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In July 1980, my 11-year-old self was the proud owner of what I perceived as quite a mature purchase for someone my age. From the first listen, I was amazed at how consistent this album was; not a bad track in the bunch. One side was as good as the other, and several tracks were even better than the hit singles.
A pounding drum beat and smoking guitar licks open the album with "Heartbreaker", one of the most arresting songs ever to start an LP.
Pat's vocals alternate from raspy to positively angelic thoughout. The guitar in the middle builds to a dramatic spine-tingling climax, and finally a "rush-to-the finish" ending. **** stars
Things slow down a notch for the John Cougar-cover "I Need a Lover". I think she sings it just as well as the original. *** stars
"If You Think You Know How to Love Me" has a gritty feel and shotgun-like drumming throughout. By the time keyboards underscore Pat's vocals on the chorus near the end, it's soaring. **** stars
The slinky, slightly spooky title track has a mesmerizing bassline and Pat sounds more laid-back, until she gets to the amazing gospel-like zenith near the end. This song also practically soars before it's bassline fades out just exactly as it opened. **** stars
A quiet piano deceivingly opens "My Clone Sleeps Alone". However, this is no pretty ballad. It's one of the most powerful numbers on the album.Read more ›
Most recent customer reviews
I remember when the song Heartbreaker was on every radio station. I rushed out to purchase the album. Read morePublished on Dec 25 2013 by jenna lindsey
This is one of Pat Benatar,s best . I wouid rank it in her top 5 cds.My favorite songs are 1 Heartbreaker 2 If you think know how to love me 3 In the heat of the night 4 We live... Read morePublished on Nov. 25 2013 by JEFF CINCURAK
Pat Benatar has earned her right as a true diva! With a voice like that it just gives you chills! This album itroduced "Heartbreaker" which is one of her big hits! Read morePublished on June 13 2004 by Brett Boles
This is one of my favorite albums of all time. Pat's early vocal texture is so raw and powerful--whether the song is a hard rocker like "Heartbreaker" or a delicate... Read morePublished on Feb. 5 2003 by Tami Holly
The album cover & title says it all about Benatar's debut effort in 1979 - "Where Does Time Go". It unleashes to the world a rock vixen with a voice as powerful as a hurricane who... Read morePublished on Jan. 1 2002 by S. Foster
I disagree with most of the people who say that "CRIMES OF PASSION" is better than IN THE HEAT.... I don't think so. Read morePublished on Aug. 13 2001 by Botnik Roller
If you think MADONNA is great, you should listen to Pat Benatar first ... THis girl can really sing and rock adn, altough the sogns are pop, they have a certain ammount of hard... Read morePublished on Aug. 2 2001 by Gergellor