|1||I Was Made for Loving You (radio edit)|
|2||Eye Of The Tiger|
|3||Get Me Going|
|4||I Was Made for Loving You (radio edit)|
|5||I Was Made For Lovin' You|
|6||I Was Made for Loving You|
|7||Move Me Stranger|
|9||Face the Music|
|13||Down the Way|
|16||Thrash Your Neighbour|
|18||Heart Attack - Tribute to Demi Lovato|
|19||I Was Made for Loving You|
Heart Attack was an early New York hardcore band, formed in 1978 and active until 1984.
Formed in the suburban area of Whitestone, Queens, they were probably the youngest punk band in the NYC area at the time, according to some flyers and fanzines, as the first line up was formed by people from 12 to 16 years old. Their first demos (Hitler Demo and The Mojo Sessions) was heavily influenced by English punk rock, especially Sex Pistols and The Clash, with hilarious lyrics, but soon after attending a CBGB show of the Bad Brains, singer Jesse Malin and guitarist Jackie Flanagan decided to switch genres to the latest wave of punk, hardcore.