Passionworks is the seventh studio album, but eighth album overall, released by the hard rock band Heart, in 1983. The album marks a shift in musical direction from hard rock and folk to mainstream rock. This album spent 21 weeks on the U.S. Billboard 200 and reached #39. The single, "How Can I Refuse?" hit No. 44 on the Billboard Hot 100 singles chart, and No. 1 on the Hot Mainstream Rock Tracks chart for 1 week. Passionworks was the band's final album with Epic Records before their comeback-fueled move to Capitol Records. It is the first Heart album to feature Denny Carmassi and Mark Andes, who had replaced longtime members Mike DeRosier and Steve Fossen.
In 2009, Passionworks was rereleased on the Beat Goes On label as a double CD with Private Audition.
Track listing 
- "How Can I Refuse" (Ann Wilson, Nancy Wilson, Sue Ennis, Howard Leese, Mark Andes, Denny Carmassi) – 3:52
- "Blue Guitar" (A. Wilson, N. Wilson, Ennis, Leese, Andes, Carmassi) – 3:54
- "Johnny Moon" (A. Wilson, N. Wilson, Ennis) – 4:00
- "Sleep Alone" (A. Wilson, Ennis) – 4:12
- "Together Now" (A. Wilson, N. Wilson, Ennis) – 3:50
- "Allies" (Jonathan Cain) – 4:44
- "(Beat By) Jealousy" (A. Wilson, Ennis) – 3:18
- "Heavy Heart" (A. Wilson, N. Wilson, Ennis, Keith Olsen) – 3:50
- "Love Mistake" (N. Wilson) – 3:28
- "Language of Love" (A. Wilson, N. Wilson, Ennis) – 3:38
- "Ambush" (A. Wilson, Ennis) – 3:14
Chart performance 
|U.S. Billboard 200
Band members 
Additional musicians 
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