Heat (Jimmy Barnes album)

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Heat
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Studio album by
ReleasedMarch 1993
RecordedFestival Studios, Sydney, Australia
Genre Rock
Length67:13
Label Mushroom Records
Producer Don Gehman
Jimmy Barnes chronology
Soul Deep
(1991)
Heat
(1993)
Flesh and Wood
(1993)
2010 Expanded Version
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2010 Expanded Edition cover
Singles from Heat
  1. "Sweat It Out"
    Released: January 1993
  2. "Stand Up"
    Released: March 1993
  3. "Stone Cold"
    Released: April 1993
  4. "Right by Your Side"
    Released: August 1993

Heat is the sixth studio album by Australian rock singer Jimmy Barnes. It reached number 2 on the ARIA album charts in 1993, and features the singles "Sweat It Out", "Stand Up", "Right By Your Side", and "Stone Cold", a never-used Cold Chisel song written by Don Walker in the early 1980s.[ citation needed ]

Contents

Track listing

  1. "Sweat It Out" (Jimmy Barnes)
  2. "Wheels In Motion" (Jimmy Barnes, Jeff Neill, Ross Wilson)
  3. "Stand Up" (Jimmy Barnes, Jeff Neill, Kenny Miller)
  4. "Burn Baby Burn" (Jimmy Barnes, Jeff Neill, Tony Brock)
  5. "Something's Got a Hold" (Jimmy Barnes, Chris Bailey, Jeff Neill)
  6. "Love Thing" (Jimmy Barnes, Jeff Neill, Tony Brock)
  7. "Talking to You" (Jimmy Barnes, Jeff Neill, Tony Brock)
  8. "Stone Cold" (Don Walker)
  9. "Wait for Me" (Jimmy Barnes, Jeff Neill, Tony Brock)
  10. "Tears We Cry" (Jimmy Barnes)
  11. "Right by Your Side" (Jimmy Barnes, Jane Barnes)
  12. "A Little Bit of Love" (Jimmy Barnes, Tony Brock, Jerry Lynn Williams)
  13. "I'd Rather Be Blind" (Jimmy Barnes)
  14. "Not the Loving Kind" (Jimmy Barnes, Jerry Lynn Williams)
  15. "Knock Me Down" (Jimmy Barnes, Jeff Neill, Tony Brock)
  16. "Catch Your Shadow" (Jimmy Barnes, Jeff Neill, Ross Wilson, Pat Wilson)

2010 expanded edition

In 2010, Heat was re-released with an additional four tracks originally left off the album, becoming a double album. It was resequenced by Jimmy Barnes, and featured another Don Walker composition, "Sitting in A Bar", which Walker recorded with his own band, Tex, Don and Charlie.

2010 version track listing

Disc 1

  1. Sweat it Out
  2. Sitting In A Bar*
  3. Wheels in Motion
  4. Stand Up
  5. Tell Me The Truth*
  6. Burn Baby Burn
  7. Something's Got a Hold
  8. Rather Be With You*
  9. Love Thing
  10. Stone Cold

Disc 2

  1. I'd Rather be Blind
  2. Wait for Me
  3. Tears We Cry
  4. Talking to You
  5. Right by Your Side
  6. A Little Bit of Love
  7. Not the Loving Kind
  8. Love Will Find A Way*
  9. Knock Me Down
  10. Catch Your Shadow

Personnel

Chart positions

Weekly charts

Chart (1993)Peak
position
Australian Albums (ARIA) [1] 2
New Zealand Albums (RMNZ) [2] 3
Swedish Albums (Sverigetopplistan) [3] 50

Year-end charts

Chart (1993)Position
ARIA Albums Chart [4] 15
Australian Artist Albums Chart [5] 2

Sales and certifications

RegionCertification Certified units/sales
Australia (ARIA) [6] Platinum70,000^

^shipments figures based on certification alone

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