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  • Audio CD (17 Mar. 1999)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Import
  • Label: Imports
  • ASIN: B00000JN9J
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Vinyl
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 528,835 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. Eternity
  2. Still Willing To Try
  3. Still In Love
  4. Wanna Give My Love
  5. The Last To Know
  6. No Sound But A Heart
  7. What If We Fall In Love
  8. No Ordinary Love
  9. Floating Hearts
  10. Bonus Track: Shockwave
  11. Bonus Track: So Far So Good
  12. Bonus Track: Natural Love
  13. Bonus Track: It's Christmas All Over The World

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Format: Audio CD
Since purchasing my copy of this album in Tokyo I have cherished it as a kind of best kept secret and by far the best album of my full 80s collection. The vocals of this lady are astonishing. Finally it is released outside Canada, Japan and the Far East having been held up by legal problems for so many years. Buy it. And if you are British repent or be utterly ashamed that this artist has been all by ostrachised from British society. She is without comparison the best and most successful Scottish music export ever. Shame that she is being so neglected back home. So what if her accent is mixed with American nowadays ? She has lived more than half her life over there. But as with genius everwhere same is seldom appreciated at home. And yet, for many of us growing up outside Europe Sheena was number one frequently outdoing a plastic and poorly voiced Madonna. Go for talent - go for Sheena.
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Amazon.com: HASH(0x9645e414) out of 5 stars 22 reviews
12 of 13 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x960f6df8) out of 5 stars Beautiful 'Sound' 18 Aug. 2001
By Chris S. - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
After entering the scene as a pop balladeer, Sheena Easton switched gears and attitude and unleashed A PRIVATE HEAVEN, which housed the infamous hits 'Strut' and 'Sugar Walls' and made her a sex symbol after years as a Streisand clone. After the commercial failure of DO YOU, it seems as though her label was a bit skeptical about her retail future, so they held on to this album without ever releasing it. It's not completely hard to understand why--after her success as a dance-oriented artist, this album was virtually all ballads, so there reservations may have had some foundation--we'll never know. It's a shame they didn't give it a try, because it's probably her most consistent album next to THE LOVER IN ME, and doesn't sound nearly as dated as her other EMI albums from that period. There's really not a bad song here--the standouts, though, are definately 'Wanna Give My Love', 'The Last To Know'( later recorded by Celine Dion), and the album's highlight, the Prince-penned 'Eternity'. Vocally, Easton' voice was at the height of its' glory--this should have really reinforced her standing as a first-rate song interpreter. As it stands, it remains a diamond in Easton's sometimes spotty album catalog.
8 of 8 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x960f6e4c) out of 5 stars This is Amazing and Beautiful!!!! 16 Aug. 2004
By P. Ambrose - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
I went on a Sheena buying spree and went for the CDs I didn't own (most of them) and replacing my vinyl. What's up with MCA not releasing this?? After drudgingly listening to "My Cherie" and "No Strings" when this came I thought "Well, I already know "Eternity" so maybe it's not gonna be such a drag!" Well this to me is one her most consistent and listenable recording projects of her career. Her voice is in great form, the material excellent. I just wish One Way Records had included more information on the CD liner as there are really no credits except the writers. There isn't a dull track on this recording. Sheena really got short shrifted career wise. Who the hell managed her anyway?
6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x9759f810) out of 5 stars This Sheena Easton "time capsule" one of her best 7 Oct. 1999
By A Customer - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Perhaps the days of sequenced synth-pop from the 1980's are over. That doesn't keep this album from sounding as refreshing today as it would have been if it had been released back in 1987 when it was made. Who knows, Sheena could have had a couple of more top-ten hits if some of these songs had been released. From timeless ballads for which Sheena is famous, like "Still Willing to Try," to electronic-drum-and-synthesizer period pieces such as "No Sound But A Heart," the songs on this album provide a rare confluence of quality song material, professional production, and Sheena's beautifully expressive voice.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x960fa0c0) out of 5 stars Sheena's best album of her career 16 July 2011
By Pet Nemo - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
In 1987, only the locally manufactured cassette and the UK print of the CD was available in Singapore. My friend scoured US record shops for a copy but failed to find any. So it left us Singapore fans wondering what the hell happened to the release. Rumours and conspiracy theories flew around. It was only with the internet that we found out the truth some years ago.

I'm glad that I bought the original UK pressing which came with many gorgeous photos of Sheena. Her vocals here are so sublime that words would not do justice to this magnificent album. The ballads are so beautifully sung. I especially love The Last To Know. Sheena made it a heartfelt plaintive plea as opposed to Celine Dion's violent version (BTW I luv Celine also).

Wanna Give My Love and Still In Love are her standout vocal workouts here. The reissue includes the bonus Shockwave which is the B side of Eternity and two tracks from the soundtrack About Last Night. Also included is the rarity It's Christmas All Over The World, which was not on any Sheena album previously.

I did not know that this CD was reissued until I saw it on Amazon. So kudos to Amazon for stocking this.
5 of 6 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x960f6fb4) out of 5 stars Lost Sheena Easton Album Is Found 17 Oct. 2000
By James A. Allio - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
"No Sound But A Heart" is the great lost Sheena Easton album - lost in the United States anyway. One single, Prince's "Eternity" (also covered by Chaka Khan) was issued, and the entire project was scrapped here, although it was released in Canada. At the time (1986), Sheena Easton was enjoying a remarkable career, one which found her straddling the top 40, dance, r&b, adult contemporary and country charts at one time or another, and there was no reason to think she would drop off in popularity anytime soon. But when the supposedly sure-fire "Eternity" was only a minor hit, this satisfying album was the casualty. Contract negotiations evidently played a big part as well. No matter, "No Sound But A Heart" is here, a voluptuously mellow Sheena Easton contemporary pop ballad set, primarily helmed by Marin County's estimable Narada include a Christmas song from the "Santa Claus" movie (remember that one?); an edgy, semi-successful new wave "Shock Wave" co-Michael Walden. The title song is a real gem,and "Floating Hearts" is a moody standout, but there are no clunkers on this set. Sheena's vocals are smooth and emotional. The four bonus cuts written by Easton; and the two superb big beat numbers Sheena did in the film "About Last Night," both written by Tom Snow and Cynthia Weil, "So Far So Good" and "Natural Love," two of her best recordings ever.
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