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.