Heart Attack (Krokus album)
Cover art by Chris Achilleos
|Studio album by Krokus|
|Released||25 March 1988|
|Studio||Pink Tonstudios, Zuchwil, Switzerland|
|Genre||Hard rock, glam metal|
|Producer||Fernando von Arb, Chris von Rohr|
|Singles from Heart Attack|
|Collector's Guide to Heavy Metal||6/10|
Heart Attack is the tenth studio album by the Swiss hard rock band Krokus, and is described by the band as "the last attempt to keep the band together in a deep crisis". As well as being the band's first album on MCA Records, it saw the return of original Krokus founding member Chris von Rohr. The track "Rock 'n' Roll Tonight" was a live hit, and is still played by the band in concerts.
All songs written by Krokus, except where indicated
- Side one
- "Everybody Rocks" - 3:50
- "Wild Love" - 4:01
- "Let It Go" - 4:31
- "Winning Man" (Fernando von Arb, Chris von Rohr) - 5:15 (originally on Hardware)
- "Axx Attack" - 4:24
- Side two
- "Rock 'n' Roll Tonight" - 3:58
- "Flyin' High" (Krokus, Jürg Naegeli) - 4:14
- "Shoot Down the Night" - 4:37
- "Bad, Bad Girl" - 5:58
- "Speed Up" - 6:24
- Marc Storace - vocals
- Fernando von Arb - lead guitar
- Mark Kohler - rhythm guitar
- Chris von Rohr - bass, piano, percussion
- Dani Crivelli - drums
- Jürg Naegeli - engineer, mixing assistant
- Michael Wagener - mixing at The Enterprise, Los Angeles, California
- Scott Blockland - mixing assistant
- Stephen Marcussen - mastering
|1988||Swiss Albums Top 100||5|
|Billboard 200 (USA)||87|
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