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Bad Animals by Heart

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Bad Animals

Heart

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Album

Bad Animals

Heart

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Label: Capitol Records
Despite the fact that the album art is on the short list of the most awful '80s covers (Queen's Some Kind of Magic is the bar by which all others are judged here) and that the Wilson sisters wrote almost none of it, Bad Animals remains a true touchstone of '80s music thanks to the one-two punch of "Who Will You Run To" and "Alone." The former is one of the most infinitely sing-able songs of the decade (quite possibly the ultimate karaoke number) and "Alone" is simply the only song to sing to that special someone while standing in a downpour.

About This Album

Despite the fact that the album art is on the short list of the most awful '80s covers (Queen's Some Kind of Magic is the bar by which all others are judged here) and that the Wilson sisters wrote almost none of it, Bad Animals remains a true touchstone of '80s music thanks to the one-two punch of "Who Will You Run To" and "Alone." The former is one of the most infinitely sing-able songs of the decade (quite possibly the ultimate karaoke number) and "Alone" is simply the only song to sing to that special someone while standing in a downpour.

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About This Album

Despite the fact that the album art is on the short list of the most awful '80s covers (Queen's Some Kind of Magic is the bar by which all others are judged here) and that the Wilson sisters wrote almost none of it, Bad Animals remains a true touchstone of '80s music thanks to the one-two punch of "Who Will You Run To" and "Alone." The former is one of the most infinitely sing-able songs of the decade (quite possibly the ultimate karaoke number) and "Alone" is simply the only song to sing to that special someone while standing in a downpour.