The podcast for July features the 1985 self titled album Heart. Most of the songs are remixes with one of my favorite Heart songs from this era, "The Wolf." Although many seem to think this is when Heart sold out, I disagree. Ann and Nancy Wilson, as well as long time writing partner Sue Ennis are credited with writing some of the songs. 1960's icon Grace Slick also ad's backup vocals on the song "What About Love," which says a lot itself.
Heart is the self-titled 8th album released by Heart, in 1985. The album completed the band's transition into a pop group, a genre that yielded the band its greatest success by far, as demonstrated in this album. The album marked the band's Capitol Records debut, and it spent 92 weeks on the U.S. Billboard 200 and became the first and only album of the band's to hit number one. Sales reached quintuple platinum, and the band was officially back in business after a lull in sales. This album also yielded the first number-one single for the band: "These Dreams". There were also four other hit singles on the album: "If Looks Could Kill", "What About Love", "Never", and "Nothin' at All". -Wikipedia