Chris Isaak clearly loves the reverb-laden rockabilly and country of Sun Studios. In particular, he transfers the sweeping melancholy of Roy Orbison to the more stripped-down, rootsy sound of Sun. His stylized take on '50s and '60s rock & roll eventually made him into a star in the early '90s, thanks to the hit single "Wicked Game," featured in David Lynch's Wild at Heart. Most of his subsequent '90s work mined the same vein as Heart Shaped World, earning him gold certificates and a handful of hits. He stayed in the popular eye during the 2000s, particularly late in the decade with his TV show The Chris Isaak Hour on The Biography Channel.