American folk rock band America released their fifth studio album, Hearts, on March 19, 1975. Like its predecessor Holiday, the album was produced by acclaimed Beatles producer George Martin.
Hearts was an instant hit in the United States, reaching number 4 on the Billboard album chart and receiving a gold certification. Lead single "Sister Golden Hair" reached number one on the Billboard singles chart and remains one of the band's biggest hits to date. "Daisy Jane" and "Woman Tonight" were released as the second and third single, respectively.
Fun fact: the album cover was designed by Phil Hartman, who eventually left graphic design to pursue acting and went on to become a writer and main cast member on Saturday Night Live.
Hearts is available as a limited edition of 1500 individually numbered copies on silver colored vinyl.
- 180g Audiophile Vinyl
- Made in the EU
- Limited edition of 1500 individually numbered copies on Silver Vinyl
- Daisy Jane
- Half A Man
- Bell Tree
- Old Virginia
- People In The Valley
- Woman Tonight
- The Story Of A Teenager
- Sister Golden Hair