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|Released||November 20, 1990|
|Producer||John Jansen & Tom Keifer|
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 first album to feature drummer Fred Coury.
All songs are written by Tom Keifer, except for "Love's Got Me Doin' Time" by Tom Keifer and Eric Brittingham.
- "The More Things Change" – 4:22
- "Love's Got Me Doin' Time" – 5:19
- "Shelter Me" – 4:47
- "Heartbreak Station" – 4:28
- "Sick for the Cure" – 3:59
- "One for Rock and Roll" – 4:29
- "Dead Man's Road" – 6:38
- "Make Your Own Way" – 4:15
- "Electric Love" – 5:23
- "Love Gone Bad" – 4:20
- "Winds of Change" – 5:34
- Tom Keifer - lead vocals, guitar, dobro, mandolin, piano, 12 string acoustic guitar in "Heartbreak Station"
- Eric Brittingham - Bass guitar
- Jeff LaBar - Guitar, acoustic guitar in "Heartbreak Station"
- Fred Coury - drums, percussion, backing Vocals
- The Memphis Horns: Andrew Love saxophone, Dennis Ruello baritone saxophone, Wayne Jackson trumpet
- Jay Levin - steel guitar
- Jay Davidson - saxophone, piano
- Ken Hensley - organ
- Rod Roddy - keyboards
- Brian O'Neal - keyboards
- Rick Criniti - keyboards
- Bashiri Johnson - percussion
- Roy McDonald - programming
- Elaine Foster, Sharon Foster, Tara Pellerin, Carla Benson, Evette Benton, Curtis King, Brenda King, Tawatha Agee, Eric Troyer - backing vocals
Studio crew: Bobby Schumann - Guitars, J. Harman - Drums
- Produced by John Jansen and Tom Keifer
- Engineered by Gary Lyons
Charts and certifications
|Year||Single||Billboard Hot 100|
|1991||The More Things Change||—|
Little Richard played a preacher in the video of "Shelter Me".
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- AllMusic review
- Rolling Stone review
- "American album certifications – Cinderella – Heartbreak Station". Recording Industry Association of America. If necessary, click Advanced, then click Format, then select Album, then click SEARCH.
- "Heartbreak Station - Cinderella | Billboard.com". billboard.com. Retrieved 16 May 2011.
- "Cinderella Album & Song Chart History | Billboard.com". billboard.com. Retrieved 16 May 2011.