Hearts on Fire (HammerFall song)

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"Hearts on Fire"
Single by HammerFall
from the album Crimson Thunder
ReleasedSingle: 30 September, 2002
DVD: 4 November, 2002
RecordedMay–July 2002 Wisseloord Studios, Netherlands; Twilight Studios, Germany; Mi Sueño, Tenerife
April 2000, JM Studios, Sweden
4 August, 2001, Wacken Open Air, German
GenrePower metal
LengthSingle 12:11
DVD 26:32
LabelNuclear Blast
Songwriter(s)Joacim Cans, Oscar Dronjak
Producer(s)HammerFall, Charlie Bauerfeind, Martin Kronlund
HammerFall singles chronology
"Always Will Be"
(2000)
"Hearts on Fire"
(2002)
"Blood Bound"
(2005)

"Hearts on Fire" is a song by Swedish heavy metal band HammerFall released as their single on September 30, 2002.[1] It was the only single released from their fourth studio album, Crimson Thunder. It ranked 11th in the Swedish charts and 58th in Germany.[2]

The cover artwork was created by Samwise Didier.

A promotional DVD, also titled Hearts on Fire, was released by Nuclear Blast on November 4, 2002. It ranked 9th in the Swedish charts.[3]

Track list[edit]

CD[edit]

From Metal Archives.[1]

No.TitleWriter(s)Length
1."Hearts On Fire"Dronjak, Cans3:53
2."We're Gonna Make It" (Twisted Sister cover)Dee Snider3:36
3."Heeding the Call" (live)Dronjak, Cans, Strömblad4:42
4."Heeding the Call" (live video CD-ROM)  

DVD[edit]

From the song's web page.[3]

No.TitleWriter(s)Length
1."Hearts On Fire" (video clip)Dronjak, Cans3:53
2."The Making Of Hearts On Fire"Dronjak, Cans3:35
3."Heeding the Call" (live)Dronjak, Cans, Strömblad4:53
4."A Legend Reborn" (video clip)Dronjak, Cans5:07
5."Always Will Be" (video clip)Dronjak4:44
6."Renegade" (video clip)Dronjak, Cans, Strömblad4:20
Total length:26:32
  • Bonus materials DVD: photo gallery

Personnel[edit]

Guest Performers[edit]

Release information[edit]

  • An orange 12" vinyl, 12", maxi-single, limited edition was released with three tracks on the LP. On side A; "Hearts on Fire" and on side B; "We're Gonna Make It (Twisted Sister cover) and "Heeding The Call (live)".[4]
  • The Japanese release is an enhanced version of the single and came out on 21 September 2002. It has all the tracks from the original release with three additional tracks: "Rising Force" (originally performed by Yngwie Malmsteen), "Templars Of Steel (live)" and "Let The Hammer Fall (live)".[5]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "HammerFall - Hearts on Fire". Encyclopaedia Metallum. Retrieved 19 July 2019.
  2. ^ "HAMMERFALL - HEARTS ON FIRE (SONG)". Swedish Charts. Retrieved 19 July 2019.
  3. ^ a b "Hearts on Fire". Archived from the original on 26 April 2014. Retrieved 20 June 2016.
  4. ^ "HammerFall – Hearts On Fire". Discogs. Retrieved 19 July 2019.
  5. ^ "HammerFall – Hearts On Fire". Discogs. Retrieved 19 July 2019.

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