Jupiters Darling is the thirteenth studio album released by the hard rock band Heart. The album peaked at number ninety-four on the U.S. Billboard 200. Two singles were released simultaneously: "The Oldest Story in the World" and "The Perfect Goodbye".
This album marked a return to Heart's hard rock roots; however, it only managed to sell roughly 175,000 copies. Since then the Sovereign Artists record company closed and stopped doing business. It has been reported (via band sources on www.heart-music.com) that Sovereign still owes Heart thousands of dollars.
The album cover bears an image of the Mandelbrot set, rotated so the main cardioid is oriented the same way a heart would normally be, with the cusp at top.
The album cover art is seen briefly in the film Elizabethtown, for which Nancy Wilson did soundtrack music.