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Cinderella-Heartbreak Station [1990]

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Cinderella-Heartbreak Station [1990]

A fan favorite from this "metal" glam band off their same titled third album, which went gold in January 1991 and platinum in February. This album marked a change of direction in their music as they shifted towards a more blues type of style and losing quite a bit of fans along the way.

watch the video

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C3aZ3p1m1ow

d/l the video

http://rapidshare.com/files/219674956/Cind...eak_Station.mpg

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Cinderella: Heartbreak Station

Tracklist:

1. The More Things Change

2. Love's Got Me Doin' Time

3. Shelter Me

4. Heartbreak Station

5. Sick for the Cure

6. One for Rock and Roll

7. Dead Man's Road

8. Make Your Own Way

9. Electric Love

10. Love Gone Bad

11. Winds of Change

http://rs60.rapidshare.com/files/219526957...usikFactory.rar

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Oooh this takes me back a bit. Not got the hair for it any more.

Well ever, but it was quite big when I was a youth.

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