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Love Hurts

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Cher 6/1/1991

Review

1991's Love Hurts follows the same formula as the Cher and Heart of Stone albums that had rejuvenated Cher's pop career in the late 1980s. The result, however, is particularly formulaic, with Cher's vocals sounding largely uninspired and the production and backing musicians content to be obvious. The moderate hit singles "Love and Understanding" and "Save Up All Your Tears" (the former written and the latter co-written by Diane Warren) are pleasantly melodic; apart from those tracks, though, only a surprising cover of the obscure Kiss song, "A World Without Heroes," is really worth seeking out. Love Hurts didn't sell nearly as well as its predecessors, and has all the markings of a woman going through the motions. Not surprisingly, Cher retired the "metal babe" persona after this album and would wait five years before releasing another disc. ~ Joseph McCombs
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  1. # Track Artist Length
  2. 1 Save Up All Your Tears Cher 3:51
  3. 2 Love Hurts Cher 4:13
  4. 3 Love and Understanding Cher 4:40
  5. 4 Fires of Eden Cher 3:37
  6. 5 I'll Never Stop Loving You Cher 3:54
  7. 6 One Small Step Cher 3:23
  8. 7 A World Without Heroes Cher 3:3
  9. 8 Could've Been You Cher 3:22
  10. 9 When Love Calls Your Name Cher 3:26
  11. 10 When Lovers Become Strangers Cher 4:42
  12. 11 Who You Gonna Believe Cher 4:36
  13. 12 The Shoop Shoop Song (It's in His Kiss) Cher 2:46

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