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All Music Guide - Stephen Thomas Erlewine
After successful albums that effectively followed contemporary hard rock trends, Cinderella reached back into the Stones and Aerosmith songbooks and created a sneering, raunchy hard rock album that was artistically their finest moment, even if it didn't reach the same commercial heights as its predecessors. But the sales figures don't matter it only sold a million copies; Heartbreak Station shows that Cinderella has more genuine rock & roll grit than most of the metal bands of the late '80s.
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Editorial Reviews

All Music Guide - Stephen Thomas Erlewine
After successful albums that effectively followed contemporary hard rock trends, Cinderella reached back into the Stones and Aerosmith songbooks and created a sneering, raunchy hard rock album that was artistically their finest moment, even if it didn't reach the same commercial heights as its predecessors. But the sales figures don't matter it only sold a million copies; Heartbreak Station shows that Cinderella has more genuine rock & roll grit than most of the metal bands of the late '80s.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 1/25/1994
  • Label: Mca Special Products
  • UPC: 042284801829
  • Catalog Number: 848018
  • Sales rank: 22,344

Album Credits

Performance Credits
Cinderella Primary Artist, Primary Artist, Primary Artist
Ken Hensley Organ
The Memphis Horns Horn
John Paul Jones Strings
Tawatha Agee Background Vocals
Bashiri Johnson Percussion
Carla Benson Background Vocals
Evette Benton Background Vocals
Eric Brittingham Bass, Bass Guitar
Fred Coury Percussion, Drums, Background Vocals
K. Criniti Keyboards
Rick Criniti Keyboards
Jay Davidson Piano, Saxophone
Elaine Foster Background Vocals
Sharon Foster Background Vocals
Wayne Jackson Trumpet
Tom Keifer Acoustic Guitar, Dobro, Guitar, Mandolin, Piano, Electric Guitar, Vocals, 12-string Guitar, Slide Guitar, Mandocello, Lap Steel Guitar
Brenda King Background Vocals
Curtis King Background Vocals
Jeff LaBar Guitar, Slide Guitar
Jay Levin Guitar, Pedal Steel Guitar
Andrew Love Saxophone
Roy McDonald Synthesizer
Brian O'Neal Organ, Piano
Tara Pellerin Background Vocals
Rod Roddy Piano, Clavinet
Eric Troyer Background Vocals
John Avarese Synthesizer
Rob Schumann Guitar
Technical Credits
Robert John Collage
John Paul Jones Arranger, String Arrangements
John Jansen Producer
Tom Keifer Producer, Contributor
Gary Lyons Engineer
Roy McDonald Programming
Mitchell Kanner Art Direction
Neil Zlozower Collage
Mark Weiss Collage
William Hames Collage
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    bluesy rocker

    Cinderella's third album has more blues than other albums lots of sass and slide guitar with a couple of folkish tracks, most of this album still rocks and is excellen

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