Heartbreak Station is the third studio album by American rock band Cinderella, released in 1990 through Mercury Records. It hit #19 in the US and went platinum for shipping a million albums there the same year. The band's two previous efforts, Night Songs and Long Cold Winter, had both gone double platinum and reaching triple during the 1990s, and had each landed in the US top ten while featuring a US top 20 hit, Heartbreak Station achieved none of these things. Vocalist Tom Keifer has stated on several occasions that this is his favorite Cinderella record. The album featured three singles, which were "Shelter Me", hitting #36 in the US, the title track, which made #44, and "The More Things Change", which didn't chart. If compared to the two previous records, this album presents some differences in its musical style, being more oriented towards blues heavy hard rock instead of glam metal and being more evidently influenced by The Rolling Stones and Aerosmith.