Unleashed is the fourth album from country music singer-songwriter Mark Collie. It was released in 1994.
The first single from the record, called "It Is No Secret", missed the Top 40 entirely, but the next single, called "Hard Lovin' Woman" peaked at number 13.
It is notable for being his last record before Collie switched to Giant Records, a subsidiary of Warner Bros. Records, that same year.
Brian Mansfield rated the album 3 out of 5 stars, saying that it "continued in the vein of Mark Collie."
- "Hard Lovin' Woman" (Mark Collie, Don Cook, John Barlow Jarvis) – 3:20
- "It Is No Secret" (Collie, Mike Reid) – 3:37
- "All I Want Is You" (Collie, James House) – 3:36
- "Waiting" (Collie, Even Stevens, Hillary Kanter) – 4:04
- "Ring of Fire" (Merle Kilgore, June Carter) – 4:26
- "Rainy Day Woman" (Collie, Cook, Jarvis) – 2:52
- "When You Belonged To Me" (Collie, Cook, Jarvis) – 3:38
- "God Didn't Make Me That Strong" (Collie, Cook) – 3:28
- "Lonely Streak" (Collie, Deborah Allen, Rafe VanHoy) – 4:28
- "Unleashed" (Collie, Gary Nicholson) – 5:22
- Produced By Don Cook
- Recorded & Mixed By Mark J. Capps
- Mastered By Hank Williams
The Nashville String Machine: Carl Gorodetzky, Pam Sixfin, Lee Larrison, Ted Madsen, Conni Ellisor, Alan Umstead, Dave Davidson, Mary K. Vanosdale, Bob Mason, John Catchings
- Strings Arranged By Dennis Burnside
- Liner Notes: Mark Collie-Unleashed, CD. 1994, MCA Records