Originally released on Capitol.
Heart followed up their smash 1985 self-titled comeback album with another big seller, 1987's BAD ANIMALS. Producer Ron Nevison was back behind the mixing desk, and the Wilson sisters scored again with an album chock full of prime pop rock tracks.
Highlights include the power ballads "Alone" and "Wait for an Answer," as well as the harder rocking cuts "You Ain't Too Tough" and "Easy Target." Again, singer Ann Wilson turns in a superb vocal performance, confirming her unfortunate status as one rock's all-time underrated singers. With their previous self-titled album and BAD ANIMALS, Heart became one of the '80s biggest rock comeback stories.