Runaway Horses is the third solo studio album by American singer Belinda Carlisle, released in the United States on October 17, 1989 by MCA Records. The album featured songs written by Rick Nowels, Ellen Shipley, Charlotte Caffey and a song co-written by Carlisle herself, making Runaway Horses the second solo album that had her songwriting included since "Gotta Get to You" from her debut solo album "Belinda". The album saw also the collaboration of ex-Beatle George Harrison and Bryan Adams. Harrison didn't work with many people after leaving the Beatles, and after his death, his wife told Carlisle that he agreed to work on her album because he loved her voice. The album debuted outside the top 20 on the U.S. Billboard 200, and sales fell considerably short of those of Carlisle's previous album, Heaven on Earth (1987).
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