For nearly four decades Ann and Nancy Wilson have been making music as Heart. They've sold over 35 million albums, played to millions of fans worldwide, and in 2011 were nominated for the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. But despite that supersized career, their songs are ultimately intimate, small conversations between Ann and Nancy and their audience. There have been hundreds of those conversations, hundreds of those songs, over thirteen albums. And over the decades there have been several "best-of," or "greatest hits" albums issued. STRANGE EUPHORIA represents the first time Ann and Nancy have curated a collection of their work, and it is the only time they've opened up their vaults for demos and rarities never heard by the public. The songs, some familiar and some new, continue the long conversation between Ann and Nancy and their fans. With a multitude of demos, unreleased ideas, and side projects, STRANGE EUPHORIA pulls this story together and provides a firsthand look at the fun, the craft, and the pure art of creation that has kept Heart relevant. It's more than just history; this is an immensely entertaining listen on its own terms. This set includes a DVD and 3 CDs. The DVD includes The Second Ending featuring Heart recorded circa February-March, 1976 for KWSU-TV. Artists include The Daybreaks, John Paul Jones, The Lovemongers, and the Seattle Blues Revue Horns).