Heartbreaker - Pat Benatar - Custom Backing Track MP3

This title is a cover of Heartbreaker as made famous by Pat Benatar

Same as the original tempo: 153.85 BPM

Song key: F

This song ends without fade out

Duration: 3:35 - Preview at: 1:24

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Drum Kit
Electric Guitar (left)
Electric Guitar (right)
Lead Electric Guitar
Backing Vocals
Lead Vocal

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About Heartbreaker

Release date: 1979
Format: MP3 320 Kbps
Genres: Rock, In English
Original songwriter: Geoff Gill, Clint Wade

All files available for download are reproduced tracks, they're not the original music.

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  • 1 month ago
    • has rated this track
    Great backing track!
  • 4 months ago
    Agreed with below comments. And don’t even get me started on the atrocious guitar tones!! A Casio keyboard could put out a synthetic guitar tone that’s more believable (and tolerable) than that! Needs a redo/update BAD!
  • 10 months ago
    The drum track is just plain terrible; I hate complaining because there are so many great tracks here, but this is virtually unusable.
  • 2 years ago
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  • 2 years ago
    • has rated this track
    Great song and track!
  • 3 years ago
    • has rated this track
    snare doesnt sound good at all
  • 4 years ago
    • has rated this track
    Drum line in the middle break is correct (but the rest is out)