Heartbreak Station

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Heartbreak Station
Heartbreak Station.jpg
Studio album by Cinderella
Released November 20, 1990
Recorded 1990
Genre
Length 53:22
Label Mercury (USA)
Vertigo (Europe)
Producer John Jansen & Tom Keifer
Cinderella chronology
Long Cold Winter
(1988)Long Cold Winter1988
Heartbreak Station
(1990)
Live Train to Heartbreak Station
(1991)Live Train to Heartbreak Station1991
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
AllMusic 4/5 stars[2]
Rolling Stone 3/5 stars[3]

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.[4]

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".

Track listing[edit]

All songs are written by Tom Keifer, except for "Love's Got Me Doin' Time" by Tom Keifer and Eric Brittingham.

  1. "The More Things Change" – 4:22
  2. "Love's Got Me Doin' Time" – 5:19
  3. "Shelter Me" – 4:47
  4. "Heartbreak Station" – 4:28
  5. "Sick for the Cure" – 3:59
  6. "One for Rock and Roll" – 4:29
  7. "Dead Man's Road" – 6:38
  8. "Make Your Own Way" – 4:15
  9. "Electric Love" – 5:23
  10. "Love Gone Bad" – 4:20
  11. "Winds of Change" – 5:34

Album credits[edit]

Other musicians:

  • 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[edit]

Singles[edit]

Year Single Billboard Hot 100[6]
1990 Shelter Me 36
1991 The More Things Change
1991 Heartbreak Station 44

Other[edit]

Little Richard played a preacher in the video of "Shelter Me".

References[edit]

  1. ^ name=Allmusic>"Cinderella Heartbreak Station". AllMusic. 2016. Retrieved August 19, 2016. 
  2. ^ AllMusic review
  3. ^ Rolling Stone review
  4. ^ a b "American album certifications – Cinderella – Heartbreak Station". Recording Industry Association of America.  If necessary, click Advanced, then click Format, then select Album, then click SEARCH
  5. ^ "Heartbreak Station - Cinderella | Billboard.com". billboard.com. Retrieved 16 May 2011. 
  6. ^ "Cinderella Album & Song Chart History | Billboard.com". billboard.com. Retrieved 16 May 2011.