On Heart's 1976 debut, Dreamboat Annie, Ann and Nancy Wilson rocked as no other female act had since Janis Joplin. The record is all the more amazing for its diversity, demonstrating that the sisters were equally at home in the folky confines of Carly Simon and Joni Mitchell as they were in the heavy blues environs of Led Zeppelin. Nowhere is the influence of the latter more prevalent than on "Barracuda," with its instantly recognizable "Achilles' Last Stand" riff and bated-beat dynamic. The Wilsons' ability to stack Top-40 decks with back-to-back hit singles returned in 1985 with their self-titled album. Though it couldn't be considered a return to form, Heart was nonetheless wildly successful, restoring credibility to the band just when they seemed to be on their way out. Though over-produced and rankly sentimental, songs like "What About Love?" and "These Dreams" introduced Heart to a new generation of listeners. The sisters returned to touring in the early 2000s and released Alive In Seattle, focusing on their classic '70s material, in 2003. Jupiter's Darling appeared in 2004 and found the band revisiting the hard rock/folk-rock hybrid that made them famous in the '70s.