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  • “Shades of Michaelangelo” is the 10th track on Belinda Carlisle’s album, Runaway Horses. ().
  • Runaway Horses, Carlisle's third solo release, isn't as strong as Heaven on Earth-- let alone her work with the Go-Go's-- but is generally likeable and appealing. Although not most critics' cup of tea, the good-spirited, romantic idealism of "Valentine," "Leave a Light On," "Whatever It Takes," and other sugary pop/rock and power pop.
  • Perhaps, Belinda's best solo album. This color vinyl version is well worth the purchase. Loaded with great songs including, Runaway Horses, Leave the Light on For Me, Vision of You, Valentin, and Summer Rain. Highly Recommended!/5().
  • Belinda Carlisle Runaway Horses records, LPs and CDs.
  • Oct 08,  · Thirty years ago, Belinda Carlisle released her third LP. Runaway Horses came on the heels of two successful albums: her IRS Records debut, Belinda (featuring the hit “Mad About You”), and ’s Heaven on Earth (boasting the smash “Heaven Is a Place on Earth” as well as “I Get Weak” and “Circle in the Sand”).Runaway Horses completed the hat .
  • Aug 03,  · Belinda Carlisle: Runaway Horses Belinda Carlisle: Runaway Horses ‎ (CD, Album, RP) Virgin: CDV Europe: Unknown: I'd like to know why the track "Shades Of Michaelangelo" is credited as "Shades Of Michelangelo" on every release when the original name is printed as the first option on back cover and media?/5().
  • Runaway Horses is the third solo album by the American singer Belinda Carlisle, released in October by MCA Records. The album features songs written by Rick Nowels, Ellen Shipley, Charlotte Caffey and a song co-written by Carlisle herself. The album contains an array of guest artists, including George Harrison and Bryan Adams. The album peaked at number .