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Angel Heart

5 Oct 1992

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  Song Title Artist
Time
Popularity  
1
Fools Lullaby Bonnie Tyler
3:49
2
Take A Chance Bonnie Tyler
3:37
3
Race To The Fire (Radio Mix) Bonnie Tyler
3:50
4
Sending Me Angels Bonnie Tyler
5:25
5
Call Me Bonnie Tyler
3:58
6
Angel Heart Bonnie Tyler
3:47
7
Daytime Friends Bonnie Tyler
4:17
8
God Gave Love To You (Extended Version) Bonnie Tyler
4:29
9
All We Have Is Tonight Bonnie Tyler
3:36
10
I'm Only A Lonely Child Bonnie Tyler
3:07
11
Born To Be A Winner Bonnie Tyler
4:12
12
Save Your Love Bonnie Tyler;Frankie Miller
5:13
13
You're The Greatest Love Bonnie Tyler
3:51
14
I Cry Myself To Sleep At Night Bonnie Tyler
4:23


Product details

  • Original Release Date: 5 Oct 1992
  • Release Date: 5 Oct 1992
  • Label: Hansa
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  • Total Length: 57:34
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  • ASIN: B006N5Y8DG
  • Average Customer Review: 3.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (5 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 129,021 in MP3 Albums (See Top 100 in MP3 Albums)

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Average album for Bonnie - but still worth a listen 23 April 2008
By ReviewBlog51 TOP 500 REVIEWER
Format:Audio CD|Verified Purchase
I regard myself as a loyal Bonnie Tyler fan, and own every album she has released (from 'The World Starts Tonight', released in 1976 to 2013's 'Rocks and Honey').

'Angel Heart' (1992) was the second album she recorded for the Hansa label, it was never released in the UK and the songs were aimed at the German market.

Whilst Bonnie is a far cry away from the great songs and fantastic arrangements that made her a megastar in the '70s and '80s, the album still has some good moments.

The title track is a lovely ballad, 'Call Me' is also a nice song, 'God Gave Love To You' has always been a favourite of mine, and tracks like 'I Cry Myself To Sleep At Night' and 'Race To The Fire' lean more towards the 1980s rock music style that Bonnie became famous for in the decade.

I won't lie, some of the songs (in my opinion) were just not very good: 'Take A Chance', 'Born To Be A Winner' (maybe a little bit of a 'Simply The Best' (which Bonnie recorded first) rip off?) and the Frankie Miller duet 'Save Your Love' become repetitive quickly.

'Angel Heart' is not what I would call a 'classic' Bonnie Tyler album, by her high standards, it is pretty average and forgettable. Perhaps this is one for completists only, but the title track is worth hearing and can be found on various compilations.

If you are looking to buy some studio albums from this very talented lady, I highly recommend 'Hide Your Heart', 'All In One Voice', and 'Rocks and Honey', the latter possibly being her best to date, even at 62 - she still has that instantly recognisable voice.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars A new direction 7 Nov 2007
Format:Audio CD
Bonnie Tyler's Angel Heart is a nice album. I bought it by mail catalog in 1995. It was hard to get here in Puerto Rico. Songs like "All we have is tonight", "Race to the fire" and "God gave love to you" shows that she can change from rock songs to love ballads with aplomb. It was a great sucess in many parts of Europe and sadly we didn't have the pleasure to enjoy her songs in this part of the world. Her collaboration with Dieter Bohlen in this album was a good choice.
I 've been a fan of Bonnie since 1984 and she is the kind of singer with an unique voice that can really touch your feelings. LOVE BONNIE!
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Bonnie as good as ever in the nineties 2 Jun 2003
By Peter Durward Harris #1 HALL OF FAME TOP 10 REVIEWER
Format:Audio CD
British and American fans remember Bonnie for It's a heartache (1978) and Total eclipse of the heart (1983) in particular, but also for a few other songs such as Lost in France and Holding out for a hero. Although the hits dried up, the quality of her music did not. I suspect poor management was responsible for the failure of her song, The best, to make any impact. Tina Turner recorded it a year later as Simply the best and the rest is history.
No wonder, then, that Bonnie has mostly recorded in Germany since then, where her popularity is greatest despite continuing to record in English. This album was recorded there in 1992 and may be described as typical Bonnie Tyler music.
Right from the opening bars of Fool's lullaby, Bonnie's fans know that they are in for a treat. A consistently high standard is maintained throughout. Some songs titles may look familiar but don't be deceived. Daytime friends is not the old Kenny Rogers song, though the general idea of the song is similar. Similarly, there have been many different songs titled Call me, but I think this is yet another one.
Bonnie is in top form throughout this album, whether singing passionate ballads or driving rock songs. If you enjoy Bonnie's earlier music, you will love this.
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5.0 out of 5 stars replacing my old cassettes 6 Jan 2013
By andy
Format:Audio CD|Verified Purchase
i am replacing my old cassettes over a period of time and like bonnie tylers music, quick and efficiant service
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2 of 5 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Total Eclipse of her Career 29 Feb 2004
By Rich
Format:Audio CD
Tyler's 2nd album for German label Hansa is her worst album to date.
Packed with songs again heavily geared to the German market, you also have a Jim Steinman rip-off (Race To The Fire), a couple of tracks Nicki French would have killed for, and some horrible attempts at Country & Western.
The songs are mostly awful, and worst of all ill-suited to Tyler's fantastic voice, leaving her sounding as if she has no room to stretch her range.
Tyler is an artist who deserves a helluva lot better than this sorry collection. Here she is as far away from 'Total Eclipse Of The Heart' as she could ever fear to get. Again this was HUGE in Germany but really this is awful and an insult to her voice, ability and past success
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