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One of the '70s most popular and versatile interpretive singers, Linda Ronstadt kicked off the '80s with the Peter Asher-produced, new wave embracing Mad Love. Although it features three songs a piece from Elvis Costello and Mark Goldenberg of The Cretones, the hits came in the form of Billy Steinberg's "How Do I Make You" and Chip Taylor's "Hurt So Bad." Mad Love became Ronstadt's seventh consecutive platinum-certified release and earned a Grammy-nomination for Best Rock Vocal Performance Female category for the single "How Do I Make You." Colored 180g vinyl pressing from Friday Music.