IF LOOKS COULD KILL - The album opener, and a typical 80s hard rocker, lots of searing guitars and a pumping beat, with a catchy killer chorus and this is a gem. Classic Heart.
WHAT ABOUT LOVE - Originally recorded by Canadian band Toronto, this is the best known version. An anthemic orchestral-like Rock ballad, Ann Wilson's booming and awesome vocals bring this one to life, great song.
NEVER - A bright Pop Rock number with a backdrop positive message about being uplifted after being discouraged by love. A lovely song that again is lifted by Ann's superb emotive vocals. Keyboards and guitars mix that was popular in radio friendly Rock music at the time.
THESE DREAMS - Nancy Wilson (apparently full of a cold, hence creating rasping vocals) took charge of this song from Ann. A simply beautiful and sweet Rock ballad, Heart's biggest hit of this fine album.
THE WOLF - This is going back to earlier albums, straight forward Classic Rock at its best.
ALL EYES - Pat Benatar-esque track, anthemic 80s Rock, catchy chorus, searing guitar solos, pounding drums.
NOBODY HOME - Close to a Power ballad, no catchy chorus, but Ann's passionate vocals lift this pretty basic track to new heights. There is a nice guitar solo midway, a nice song.
NOTHIN' AT ALL - Pop Rock which reminds me of Bangles' tracks, gorgeous melodies, uplifting vocals and harmonies.
WHAT HE DON'T KNOW - A more Pop oriented track, nice guitar solos, a simple composition but it works. Classy track that could have easily been a hit with adding to the five singles already released from this great album.
SHELL SHOCK - The last track and ironically probably the weakest track on an album of so many classics. Not a complicated composition, obviously a filler and even Ann cannot save this one. It has some rocky moments especially the guitar solo but the lyrics aren't great and neither is the rest of it.