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The band moved to Capitol Records, and their first album for their new label was simply titled Heart (1985).
The move to Capitol coincided with a glam metal makeover that included minimizing the acoustic and folk sounds characteristic of their early work.
Fisher asked and received permission to use the name for the Army, added the "e", and the Army became White Heart.
For a brief time in 1970, this line-up shortened its name to Heart and dropped "White".
They frequently played Bothell High School, Inglemoor High School, and Shorecrest High School, as well as many taverns and club venues.
The two-disc set featured studio versions of most of Heart's singles to date, plus a few new studio tracks and six live tracks, among which were versions of "Unchained Melody", Led Zeppelin's "Rock and Roll", and the Beatles' "I'm Down".
With a total of only two hit singles in 1980 (five singles were actually released) and a hiatus of almost two years to their next studio album, sales following this greatest hits package were weaker than previous efforts.
Heart were the first band of the day to appear on stage at the sellout "Queen at Elland Road" on 29th May 1982.
Their next album, Private Audition (1982), provided the minor hit "This Man Is Mine" (number 33 on Billboard) and was the first not produced by Mike Flicker.