FireHouse (album)

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Studio album by FireHouse
Released August 21, 1990
Recorded 1990
Genre Glam metal
Length 48:34
Label Epic
Producer David Prater
FireHouse chronology
Hold Your Fire
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 3/5 stars [1]

FireHouse is the debut album by the American glam metal band FireHouse. Released in 1990, it launched the group into stardom.


The record was certified double platinum in the United States, and gold in Canada, Japan and Singapore.

Firehouse spawned four singles, "Shake & Tumble", "Don't Treat Me Bad", "All She Wrote", and the band's signature power ballad, "Love of a Lifetime".

The song "Don't Walk Away" was used in a scene of the 2008 movie The Wrestler, directed by Darren Aronofsky.

Additionally, "Overnight Sensation" was a part of the soundtrack in the video game Brütal Legend.

Track listing[edit]

All songs written by Bill Leverty and C.J. Snare, except where noted.

  1. "Rock on the Radio" (Cosby Ellis, Foster, Leverty, Snare) - 4:45
  2. "All She Wrote" - 4:27
  3. "Shake & Tumble" (Foster, Leverty, Richardson, Snare) - 3:30
  4. "Don't Treat Me Bad" (Ellis, Foster, Leverty, Snare) - 3:55
  5. "Oughta Be a Law" (Ellis, Leverty, Snare) - 3:54
  6. "Lover's Lane" (Ellis, Foster, Leverty, Snare) - 4:02
  7. "Home Is Where the Heart Is" - 4:48
  8. "Don't Walk Away" - 4:31
  9. "Seasons of Change" - 1:29
  10. "Overnight Sensation" (Ellis, Foster, Leverty, Snare) - 3:56
  11. "Love of a Lifetime" - 4:46
  12. "Helpless" - 4:25


Country Certification
USA 2x Platinum
Canada Gold
Japan Gold
Singapore Gold


  • "Shake & Tumble" Didn't Chart
  • "Don't Treat Me Bad" #19 U.S.
  • "Love of a Lifetime" #5 U.S.
  • "All She Wrote" #58 U.S.



  • Executive Producer: Michael Caplan
  • Produced by David Prater
  • Engineered by Doug Oberkircher
  • Assistant Engineer: Ellen Fitton
  • Mixed by David Prater and Doug Oberkircher