Definitions for Heartbreakerˈhɑrtˌbreɪ kər
This page provides all possible meanings and translations of the word Heartbreaker
Something that or someone who causes sorrow, grief or extreme disappointment.
Heartbreaker is the debut solo studio album by alternative country musician Ryan Adams, released September 5, 2000 on Bloodshot Records. The album was recorded over fourteen days at Woodland Studios in Nashville, Tennessee. It was nominated for the 2001 Shortlist Music Prize. The album is said to be inspired by Adams' break-up with music-industry publicist Amy Lombardi. According to Adams, the album's title originates from a poster of Mariah Carey: "My manager called and said, 'You have 15 seconds to name this record,' "My eyes focused on this poster of Mariah wearing a T-shirt that said HEARTBREAKER. I just shouted, 'Heartbreaker!'" English DJ Mark Ronson remixed the song "Amy" for his 2007 album Version, of which singer Kenna provides vocals. The song "To Be Young" is featured in the 2006 film Accepted, the 2002 film The Slaughter Rule, and the 2003 film Old School. A version of this song was also released in 2009 by David Rawlings on the Dave Rawlings Machine album "A Friend of a Friend." "Come Pick Me Up" is featured in the film Elizabethtown and in a Series 2 episode of Skins. It was also named #285 on Pitchfork Media's "Top 500 songs of the 2000s." Joan Baez would cover "In My Time of Need" in 2003.
The numerical value of Heartbreaker in Chaldean Numerology is: 9
The numerical value of Heartbreaker in Pythagorean Numerology is: 4
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