Heartbreaker, released in 2000, is an album by Ryan Adams in the alternative country genre. It was recorded over 14 days at Woodland Studios in Nashville, Tennessee.
"Heartbreaker" is a song co-written by American singer Mariah Carey and rapper Jay-Z, and recorded for Carey's sixth studio album Rainbow (1999). Co-produced by DJ Clue and featuring Jay-Z, it is built around a sample of the Stacy Lattisaw song "Attack of the Name Game", written by Jeff Cohen, Narada Michael Walden, Shirley Elliston and Lincoln Chase. ("Attack of the Name Game" samples "The Name Game", written by Elliston and Chase.) The song's protagonist laments a man who has broken her heart.
"Heartbreaker" is a song from English rock band Led Zeppelin's 1969 album, Led Zeppelin II. It was credited to all four members of the band, was recorded at A&R Studios, New York, and was engineered by Eddie Kramer.
This page refers to the 1973 album by Free. For other uses of the term 'Heartbreaker', see Heartbreaker (disambiguation).
Heartbreaker was a 1978 Dolly Parton album. Released following the huge pop crossover success of Here You Come Again, Heartbreaker was designed as an even more direct aim at the pop charts, with several of its songs verging on disco. The title song, a ballad written by Carole Bayer Sager, topped the U.S. country charts, and became Parton's third top-forty pop hit, while the follow-up single was the double-A-sided "Baby I'm Burnin'"/"I Really Got the Feeling", with "Baby I'm Burnin'" targeted for pop airplay, and "I Really Got the Feeling" for country.
"Heartbreaker" is a 1983 hit single released by American pop and soul singer Dionne Warwick. Written by The Bee Gees' Barry, Maurice & Robin Gibb, and produced by Barry Gibb.
The song "Heartbreaker" has appeared on many Pat Benatar greatest hits albums, but made its debut on 1979's In the Heat of the Night. The song reached #23 on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100.