|Produced by Bill Szymczyk|
|Released on September 1979|
|US CHART POSITION #1 (charted Oct. 6, 1979 for 15 weeks) . . . GOLD RECORD (2/1/80) . . . Won GRAMMY for Best Rock Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocal . . . UK CHART POSITION #40|
|Find it at GEMM|
|E-46545 wo. picture sleeve
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T he heartache was over; the Eagles were back. No postcards from the Hotel, just a Christmas card, and then their long-awaited followup delivered the goods again, beginning with the advance single “Heartache Tonight.” This is country pop with some disco sensibilities (check out the Queen-inspired drumbeat) and a side order of slide guitar from Joe Walsh. The B side is the dark “Teenage Jail,” featuring a synthesizer solo straight outta Utopia and the ever-focused Don Felder on lead guitar. The A side was later matched with “The Long Run” as a timeless twofer.
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|REGION||RELEASE DATE||LABEL||MEDIA||ID NUMBER||FEATURES|
|GER/NET||1979||Asylum||7"||AS 12394||picture sleeve|
|US||WEA||7"||E-45104||Spun Gold reissue|
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