|No Sound But a Heart|
|Studio album by Sheena Easton|
|Released||1987, 1999 re-release|
|Label||EMI-America-EMI-Manhattan One Way Records|
|Producer||Keith Diamond, Narada Michael Walden, Nick Martinelli, David Leonard, and Phil Ramone|
|Sheena Easton chronology|
No Sound But a Heart was Sheena Easton's 8th studio album, released in 1987 on the EMI label. Release of the album was limited in the United States and Canada, making it one of the rarer of Easton's domestic album releases. The album consisted of midtempo and ballad songs. The disc features Journey's ex-front man Steve Perry on backing vocals on "Still in Love" and Eugene Wilde on "What If We Fall In Love".
Songs from the album were covered by other artists: Crystal Gayle and Gary Morris featured "Wanna Give My Love" and "What If We Fall In Love" on a 1987 duet album named for the latter song; Celine Dion recorded "The Last to Know" on 1990's Unison; Patti LaBelle covered "Still In Love" on 1989's Be Yourself; and Pia Zadora recorded "Floating Hearts" on 1989's Pia Z.
The album was reissued in 1999 by the One Way Records label. The album produced one single and video, "Eternity", written by Prince. The 1999 reissue added several bonus tracks. This was Easton's final release on the EMI label, where she had started her career. She subsequently moved to MCA Records the following year in 1988.
The 1999 reissue added several single B-sides as bonus tracks