Angel Heart (Bonnie Tyler album)

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Angel Heart
Studio album by Bonnie Tyler
Released 5 October 1992
Recorded 1992
Genre Rock
Length 57:57
Label Hansa
Producer Dieter Bohlen
Bonnie Tyler chronology
Bitterblue
1991
Angel Heart
1992
Silhouette in Red
1993
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 4/5 stars[1]

Angel Heart is the ninth album by Welsh singer Bonnie Tyler released in 1992. It is the second of three albums Tyler released with Hansa Records, succeeding "Bitterblue" and preceding "Silhouette in Red", achieving European success and spawning two hits; "Fools Lullaby" and "Call Me".

The majority of tracks were written by Tyler's producer, Dieter Bohlen. Tyler duetted with Frankie Miller on "Save Your Love", the first time Tyler has duetted with Miller since 1983 on her "Faster Than the Speed of Night" album.

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Writer(s) Length
1. "Fools Lullaby"   Dieter Bohlen 3:52
2. "Take a Chance"   Dieter Bohlen 3:39
3. "Race to the Fire"   Dieter Bohlen 3:52
4. "Sending Me Angels"   Frankie Miller, Jerry Lynn Williams 5:27
5. "Call Me"   Dieter Bohlen 3:59
6. "Angel Heart"   Dieter Bohlen 3:49
7. "Daytime Friends"   Dieter Bohlen 4:19
8. "God Gave Love to You"   Dieter Bohlen 4:31
9. "All We Have Is Tonight"   Dieter Bohlen 3:36
10. "I'm Only a Lonely Child"   Dieter Bohlen 3:09
11. "Born to Be a Winner"   Dieter Bohlen 4:13
12. "Save Your Love (with Frankie Miller)"   Jerry Lynn Williams 5:16
13. "You're the Greatest Love"   Dieter Bohlen, Bonnie Tyler 3:52
14. "I Cry Myself to Sleep at Night"   Craig Joiner, Robert John "Mutt" Lange, Anthony Mitman 4:23
Total length:
57:57

Personnel[edit]

  • Bonnie Tyler – vocals
  • Graham Broad – drums
  • Alan Darby – guitar
  • Ed Poole – bass
  • Vladimir Asriev – violin
  • Terry Devine-King – keyboards, programming
  • Elisha – background vocals

Charts[edit]

Album[edit]

Country Peak position
Norway 4[2]
Austria 9[3]
Switzerland 14[4]
Germany 28[5]
Sweden 30[6]
Hungary 39[7]

Singles[edit]

Year Single Peak chart positions
GE AU NO German Airplay
1992 "Fools Lullaby" 29 17 6 20
"Call Me" 86 96
1993 "Call Me Mix Live"[1] 95 -

Awards[edit]

  • Bravo Otto Best Singer of 1992, 6th place [2]
  • Echo Award 1993 Best International Female Vocalist of 1992, (nomination)[3]
  • Gold Record Austria [4]
  • Gold Record Germany [5]
  • Gold Record Switzerland [6]
  • Double Platinum Record Norway [7]

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