Label: Discurios - DIS 107 CD • Format: CD Unofficial Release • Country: Europe • Genre: Rock • Style: Classic Rock
Little Queen is the second studio album by American rock band Heart. It was released on May 14,by Portrait Records. The group intended Magazine to be the official follow-up to their debut album Rollys Theme - Orchester Ronny Winter - Fire Away Annie. The Mushroom contract called for two albums and the label took the position that they were owed a second one.
On that basis, Mushroom attempted to prevent the release of Little Queen and any other work by Heart. They took the five unfinished tracks for Magazine and added a B-side and two live recordings. The first release of the album in early included a disclaimer on the back cover. The dispute dragged on and ended with the court deciding that Heart was free to sign with a new label, but added that Mushroom was indeed owed a second album.
Therefore, Heart returned to the studio to re-record, remix, edit, and resequence the Magazine recordings in a marathon session over four days. A court-ordered guard stood nearby to prevent the master tapes from being erased. Little Queen was released on May 14,and Magazine was re-released on April 22, After the first album became a million seller, Mushroom took out a full-page ad in Rolling Stone magazine touting the band's success, using the headline "Million to One Shot Sells a Million".
After this ad surfaced, a Detroit radio promoter asked Ann Wilson where her lover was referring to sister, Nancy. Ann was outraged and retreated to her hotel room to write a song.
When she relayed the incident to Nancy, she, too, was outraged. Nancy joined Ann and contributed a melody and bridge.
The song became "Barracuda", which peaked at number 11 on the Billboard Hot  and remains one of the band's signature songs. Credits adapted from the liner notes of Little Queen. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. For other uses, see Little Queen disambiguation. Wilson N. Jimmy Page Robert Plant. Retrieved May 23, Rolling Stone. Archived from the original on June 5, Retrieved April 21, Retrieved July Kick It Out - Heart - Barracuda— via Google Books.
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Out of the street - get on home Tail shaking filly running on her own They say she got loose on the night She was born Cranking it up in a school zone "Kick it out - Kick it out", she said "kick out your motor and drive While you're still alive - kick it out!" Sitting in a bar in a seaside town Sweet little love getting high getting down.
Kick It Out A Tribute To Heart band was formed in and is based in the Philadelphia, PA/South Jersey area. Born out of a sincere respect, admiration and love of HEART and the timeless music written by Ann and Nancy Wilson.
Little Queen was released on May 14, , and Magazine was re-released on April 22, With the successful single "Barracuda", Little Queen outsold Magazine handily, eventually earning a triple platinum certification from the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA).Genre: Hard rock, folk rock.
Barracuda Lyrics: So this ain't the end, I saw you again today / I had to turn my heart away / Smile like the sun, kisses for everyone / And tales, it never fails! / You lying so low into the weeds.
“Barracuda” (known for its galloping lead guitar riff) and “Kick It Out” (a hard-charging party anthem) satisfied those expecting another “Crazy On You.” But the band also indulged its quieter side, giving Nancy Wilson room to display her abilities as a fluent acoustic .
"Kick It Out" is a short, fast-tempo hard rock song recorded by the rock band Heart, written by Ann Wilson. It was released as the third and final single from the band's second album Little Queen in When released the song did not perform as well as previous Heart singles, reaching number seventy-nine on the U.S. Billboard Hot Genre: Hard rock.