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It contained the hit singles "Alone" (1987), which reached number one on the Billboard Hot 100, "Who Will You Run To" (1987), which reached number seven, and "There's the Girl" (1987), which reached number 12.
Following the 1990 tour, Heart released their first complete live album in the autumn of 1991. largely featured tracks from the Brigade album rather than more familiar hits in an effort to capture the harder rock side of the band.
Initially, the band turned to Jimmy Iovine, one of the leading producers of the time, who suggested that the material lacked potential hits, but eventually, the Wilson sisters produced the album themselves.
At the end of recording, Derosier and Fossen were fired from the band.
Heart rose to fame in the mid-1970s with music influenced by hard rock and heavy metal, as well as folk music.
Their popularity declined in the early 1980s, but in 1985, the band launched a successful comeback which saw them experience greater success with album-oriented rock hits and hard-rock ballads that went into the 1990s.
The band moved to Capitol Records, and their first album for their new label was simply titled Heart (1985).
The move to Capitol coincided with a glam metal makeover that included minimizing the acoustic and folk sounds characteristic of their early work.
Clarke's Tales from the White Hart) for a band with Toby Cyr on lead guitar.
Their cover of "The Battle of Evermore" also appeared on the original soundtrack for the 1992 film Singles.
Heart returned in 1993 with Desire Walks On, on which bass player Andes was replaced with Fernando Saunders.
Heart is a rock band that first found success in Canada and later in the United States and worldwide.
Over the group's history, it has had three primary lineups, with the constant center of the group since 1973 being sisters Ann Wilson (lead vocals, flute and guitar) and Nancy Wilson (guitar, mandolin and vocals).
In 1971, Heart consisted of Steve Fossen, Roger Fisher, David Belzer (keys), and Jeff Johnson (drums).