Hearts' self-titled 1985 debut on Capitol after a nice run on Epic served as a new beginning for the group. Producer Ron Nevison (The Who, Bad Company, Led Zeppelin, Kiss, Grand Funk Railroad) added a crisp dynamic to a set of songs that stand as Heart's most successful to date. A No. 1 album with a No. 1 single, "These Dreams," plus four additional hits – "What About Love," "Never," Nothin' At All" and "If Looks Could Kill" - Heart was a runaway triumph blessed with new shades of power pop and brilliant mainstream rock hooks. The album is recommended as a good place to pick up on the Wilson sisters thanks to its crossover charm, flawless musicianship and stellar line-up of guests – Grace Slick, Peter Wolf, Mickey Thomas and Holly Knight being the cream of the crop.