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No Mercy - Greatest Hits (2007)  Music

Posted by CoreHack at June 28, 2007
No Mercy - Greatest Hits (2007)

No Mercy - Greatest Hits (2007)
Pop - Dance - Latin | 2007 | MP3 | VBR 192 kbps | 92 MB | RS.com
The Sisters Of Mercy - Greatest Hits Volume One: A Slight Case Of Overbombing (1993/2018) [Official Digital Download 24/96]

The Sisters Of Mercy - Greatest Hits Volume One: A Slight Case Of Overbombing (1993/2018)
FLAC (tracks) 24-bit/96 kHz | Time - 1:13:04 | 1.53 GB
Studio Master, Official Digital Download | Artwork: Front cover

A Slight Case of Overbombing gathered together material from goth merchants the Sisters of Mercy's three major-label releases. That fact immediately sets the stage for complaints from longtime fans desiring their indie music. However, for the listener more familiar with the band's mid- to late-'80s college radio tracks, this is a very good collection. The lyrics are rather pointless and Andrew Eldritch's vocals lack dynamics, but his singing has personality that overcomes his limitations. It's the edgy, hard gothic rock of the music that is their strength. There's an undeniable pull to songs like the galloping "This Corrosion" or the epic "More" (both produced by Jim Steinman). There's also a mix of "Temple of Love," featuring Ofra Haza, and an unreleased track, "Under the Gun." Not essential, but a good record for the casual fan (although more extensive liner notes would have been nice).
Sisters of Mercy - Greatest Hits Vol.1 - A Slight Case of Overbombing

Sisters of Mercy - Greatest Hits Vol.1
A Slight Case of Overbombing

GothicRock | MP3 CBR 192 Kbps. | Year 1993 | 59+42Mb. | English
Faith No More - The Very Best Definitive Ultimate Greatest Hits Collection (2CD)(2009)

Faith No More - The Very Best Definitive Ultimate Greatest Hits Collection (2CD)(2009)
EAC Rip | WV, IMG+CUE+LOGs | 570+290 MB | Complete Scans | 20 MB
Label: RHINO | Catalog Number: 5186544012 | RAR 3% Rec. | FileServe.com

Thompson Twins - Greatest Hits (1996) {Remastered} Repost  Music

Posted by popsakov at June 18, 2018
Thompson Twins - Greatest Hits (1996) {Remastered} Repost

Thompson Twins - Greatest Hits (1996) {Remastered}
EAC Rip | FLAC (Tracks) + Cue + m3u + Log ~ 480 Mb | MP3 CBR320 ~ 168 Mb
Scans Included (JPG, 300 dpi) | RAR 5% Recovery
New Wave, Synth-Pop, Pop Rock | Arista #07822-18940-2

During the '80s, Thompson Twins arguably produced the finest synth-pop singles, and Greatest Hits recollects their industrious years with Arista in clear, digitally remastered sound. Numerous collections exist in the Twins' catalog and nearly equal their studio albums, but Greatest Hits prevails as the most essential as it offers a definitive chronology from 1982's infectious debut "In the Name of Love" through 1987's reflective "Long Goodbye." Featuring 16 tracks, this brimming retrospective recalls MTV's formative years ("Lies"), those unforgettable Dr. Pepper commercials ("Doctor! Doctor!"), the anti-Apartheid movement ("The Gap"), and countless other '80s pop culture memories.
Bon Jovi - Greatest Hits: The Ultimate Collection (2010) 2CD, Japanese SHM-CD

Bon Jovi - Greatest Hits: The Ultimate Collection (2010) 2CD, Japanese SHM-CD
EAC | FLAC | Image (Cue&Log) ~ 1.1 Gb | Mp3 (CBR320) ~ 340 Mb | Scans ~ 139 Mb | 02:28:12
Rock, Hard Rock, Soft Rock, Pop/Rock | Label: Island | # UICL 9095/6

It’s been a long 16 years since Bon Jovi was last compiled, when Cross Road arrived for the holiday season of 1994, two years after Keep the Faith capped off a near-decade long run of dominance for the Jersey rockers. As it turned out, it was the first act of Bon Jovi’s career. A subdued second act followed in the ‘90s, with Jon Bon Jovi flirting with a solo career once again before returning to the fold late in the decade, with the band setting out for a decade of professionalism, sometimes cresting into the charts – usually with the assist of a canny country crossover – sometimes not. Greatest Hits condenses the highlights of this journey in a mere 16 songs, just two longer than Cross Road – its simultaneously released cousin, Ultimate Greatest Hits, adds a disc with 12 additional songs – and two of those are new tunes that are unlikely to show up on any subsequent best of.

Richard Marx - Greatest Hits (1997) Japanese Press [Re-Up]  Music

Posted by Designol at June 18, 2018
Richard Marx - Greatest Hits (1997) Japanese Press [Re-Up]

Richard Marx - Greatest Hits (1997) Japanese Press
EAC | FLAC | Image (Cue&Log) ~ 518 Mb | Mp3 (CBR320) ~ 189 Mb | Scans Included
Soft Rock, Pop/Rock | Label: Toshiba EMI | # TOCP-53423 | Time: 01:14:42

Richard Marx's Greatest Hits performs a valuable service for his fans, collecting all of his hit singles – "Don't Mean Nothing," "Should've Known Better," "Endless Summer Nights," "Hold on to the Nights," "Satisfied," "Right Here Waiting," "Angela," "Children of the Night," "Keep Coming Back," "Hazard," "Take This Heart," "Now and Forever" – on one disc. For both the casual and the longtime fan, this is a blessing, since Marx's albums were usually uneven, featuring a few strong cuts surrounded by filler. Greatest Hits cuts away the chaff, leaving behind on the best cuts, resulting in an ideal career summary of this popular MOR pop/rocker.
Enrique Iglesias - Greatest Hits (2008) Japanese Edition [Re-Up]

Enrique Iglesias - Greatest Hits (2008) [Japanese Edition]
EAC | FLAC | Image (Cue&Log) ~ 551 Mb | Mp3 (CBR320) ~ 177 Mb | Scans ~ 95 Mb
Pop, Dance-Pop, Latin Pop | Label: Interscope/Universal | # UICS-1181 | Time: 01:17:29

It should come as no surprise that Enrique Iglesias' 2008 Greatest Hits begins in 1999, when he made the leap from the Latin market into the mainstream. All his very successful '90s albums on Fonovisa are bypassed, written off as prehistory, so the spotlight shines only on his English-language singles of the new millennium: the club tracks and syrupy slow songs that gave him a significant number of crossover hits. With the exception of a couple of minor blips on the charts like 2000's "Sad Eyes," all these are here, starting with 1999's "Bailamos" and "The Rhythm Divine," running through 2000's "Be with You" and 2001's "Hero," stopping for 2004's "Not in Love," winding up with 2007's "Do You Know? (The Ping Pong Song)" and wrapping up with two new duets, "Away" with Sean Garrett and "Takin' Back My Love" with Ciara. While this approach may lop off half of his career, it also does exactly what hits collections should do: it gives the casual listener the hits they want to hear and nothing else.
Rockets - Space Rock: Greatest Hits (2014) {5CD Box Set, Remastered}

Rockets - Space Rock: Greatest Hits (2014) {5CD Box Set, Remastered}
EAC Rip | FLAC (Img) + Cue + Log ~ 1,84 Gb | MP3 CBR320 ~ 667 Mb
Full Scans (JPG, 300 dpi) ~ 48 Mb | RAR 5% Recovery
Electronic, Space Rock, Synth-pop | Recording Arts #5X066

Despite being renowned in certain parts of the world (especially in Italy and their hometown of Paris), the space-age outfit Rockets remains largely obscure – even though they arrived on the scene at almost he same exact time as Kraftwerk and prefaced Devo by several years. The multi-membered outfit originally formed in 1972, under the name Crystal, performing on-stage in their regular street clothes. But by 1974, Crystal had evolved into Rocket Men, issuing a debut self-titled single, while its members began to assume the identities of aliens; complete with silver makeup covering their skin, grey contact lenses, space suits, and bald heads. It was also around this time that the group hooked up with producer Claude Lemoine, who would remain behind the studio boards until the early '80s. Over the next year, the group went through another name (Rocketters), before finally settling on Rockets, and issuing further singles, including such titles as "Rocket Man," "Future Woman," and "Samurai."

Ginuwine - Greatest Hits [U.S. Edition] (2006)  Music

Posted by JET 1 at June 6, 2018
Ginuwine - Greatest Hits [U.S. Edition] (2006)

Ginuwine - Greatest Hits [U.S. Edition] (2006)
EAC Rip | FLAC (Tracks) +CUE, LOG | 407 MB | Scans
Genre: R&B, Soul, Pop | Label: 550 Music/Epic | Catalog Number: 88697 07229 2

The only blunder made with the selections on Ginuwine's Greatest Hits is that it doesn't contain "Love You More," a sweet ballad that received a fair amount of play on U.S. radio stations and scaled up to the Top 30 of the R&B chart. Apart from that, there are no gripes to be had with Greatest Hits. It otherwise remains true to its title. The spread from Ginuwine's first five albums, released from 1996 through 2005, is fairly balanced. While another three or four songs could've been added to the program, it'll satisfy anyone with a moderate interest in one of the more successful male R&B vocalists of the late '90s and early 2000s – one who handled the club tracks ("Pony," "Hell Yeah"), ballads ("So Anxious," "Differences," "Stingy"), and midtempo material ("What's So Different") equally well.