The bands they compared the album to haven't done so bad for themselves. Track information and credits adapted from Discogs  and AllMusic ,  then verified from the album's liner notes. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. For the song, see Heartbreak Station song. Glam metal hard rock heavy metal blues rock. Retrieved August 19, Retrieved March 20, Recording Industry Association of America. Review at AllMusic. Retrieved 20 March Sexy Trippy All Moods. Drinking Hanging Out In Love.
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I know many people did not like this album but I enjoy listening to it. It sure is different from the first two albums Still climbing is closer to to Night Songs and Long Cold Winter with more bluesy sound One person found this helpful. Thank you for preserving the truth, and keep up the great work!
Heartbreak Station, Cinderella's third studio album and ultimately their last record to achieve platinum success, is one of the forgotten gems in the 80's hard rock era.
Long Cold Winter, for all its virtues, was marred by its pop-metal conventions. Heartbreak Station erases such principles. Each track is strong, distinctive and never repeating themselves, a fatal error that plagued many hair metal albums.
And "Shelter Me" is a riotous commentary on censorship the accompanying video featuring Little Richard was comedy gold. But the album's coup de graces remain the two songs that have the making of an instant classic: the title track, with its melodic acoustic guitars, honky piano flourishes and an beguiling string guitar solo, and the opulent "Winds of Change" both have an emotional splendor boosted by Zeppelin bassist John Paul Jones' majestic strings.
It may have not been their most commercially successful album but Heartbreak Station showcased a more ambitious, talented band whom many have taken for granted.