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4.5 out of 5

104 Ratings

one of the best 80's album!


How DARE any of you to say that Belinda's voice sounds like a goat!! Any of her TRUE fans would never have said such spite words..get out of this reviewer's page! You don't belong here. Four pop/rock classics from here: heaven on Earth, I get weak, I feel free and Circle in the sand. I get weak is one of the best songs ever written and a great video! Did any of you know that Diane Keaton directed this video along with Heaven is a place on earth? Wish i-tunes sells these videos online.. plus, Madonna stole Tony Ward and her ex backup singer, Donna de Lory from her! He made his debut in this video before being famous as one of her'boytoy' and Donna was Belinda's back up singer before she went on tour with Madge. Long live Belinda!!!

80's Retro

S. King,

Not a bad album considering Bon Jovi tried to sue her claiming "Heaven Is A Place On Earth" sounded too much like "Living On A Prayer". I don't hear the connection, but "Heaven"... is Belinda's most cherished song. Even if she does sound like a goat on the song "I Get Weak".

About Belinda Carlisle

Belinda Carlisle pursued a solo career after leaving the Go-Go's in 1984. As her solo career progressed, Carlisle removed any of the rough edges remaining in her style, transforming from a new wave rocker to a polished adult contemporary pop singer. The change was evident on her first album, 1986's Belinda. Featuring the number three hit single "Mad About You," the record went gold and established her as a viable hitmaker. The following year, Carlisle released Heaven on Earth, her greatest solo success. Continuing the immaculately produced mainstream pop of Belinda, the record featured the number one title track, the number two single "I Get Weak," and the Top Ten ballad "Circle in the Sand." Runaway Horses, released in 1989, was another successful album, spawning the hit singles "Leave a Light On" and "Summer Rain," yet it showed signs that her audience was shrinking. That suspicion was confirmed by the dismal performance of 1991's Live Your Life Be Free, which failed to make the charts. Real, released in 1993, didn't revive Carlisle's career and she subsequently joined the re-formed Go-Go's in 1994. The Go-Go's reunion was short-lived, even though it was widely praised. Carlisle returned to solo recording in 1996 with A Woman and a Man, which failed to gain much attention. A myriad of collections and compilations followed, as well as another Go-Go's reunion. Carlisle released a new solo album, Voila, in 2007. She appeared on the eighth season of Dancing with the Stars in 2009 and that year also appeared in a London production of Hairspray. After touring with a reunited Go-Go's early in the 2010s, Carlisle released a new song called "Sun" as part of the 2013 compilation Icon. Further catalog releases appeared in the next year, including double-disc reissues from Edsel in 2014 and a new compilation called The Collection. Wilder Shores, an all-new collection of pop songs that drew inspiration from Carlisle's interest in Kundalini Yoga, arrived in 2017. ~ Stephen Thomas Erlewine

    Hollywood, CA
  • BORN
    Aug 16, 1958

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