A1 Anything' Cept The Truth 4:34
A2 Wannabe In L.A 2:15
A3 (I Used To Couldn't Dance) Tight Pants 3:35
A4 High Voltage 2:43
A5 Secret Plans 2:22
A6 Now I'm A Fool 3:41
B1 Heart On 2:43
B2 Cheap Thrills 3:42
B3 How Can A Man With So Many Friends Feel So All Alone 3:02
B4 Solo Flights 3:25
B5 Prissy Prancin' 3:40
B6 I'm Your Torpedo 5:12
Keep The Heart On (7")
A As Nice As Can Be 3:45
B Fairy Tale In Real Time 3:03
Heart On is the third studio album from American rock band Eagles of Death Metal, released on October 28, 2008.
When asked about the album, lead singer Jesse Hughes stated: "EODM's latest fabulous weapon, a top-secret music missile, a sonic warhead sexually tipped for her pleasure, shot from the deck of USS EODM Mantastic Fantastic." The album was mastered at Bernie Grundman Mastering by Brian Gardner. On September 12, 2008, Pitchfork Media released new information on Heart On, including the album cover and tracklist. The cover was designed by Kii Arens using some of the bands gear a red coiled Bullet Cable story on the companies site.
The first single was "Wannabe in LA". The video for the song debuted on the band's MySpace and depicts Jesse Hughes appearing on a Pin Art in a similar style to the music video for Nine Inch Nails' "Only". There is an alternative version of the video; dubbed the "standard version", which only features Jesse Hughes. The video was directed by Liam Lynch.
On October 21, the album was made available in its entirety for streaming on MuchMusic website.