Greatest Hits is a 1982 compilation of hits by the Australian band Little River Band. The album was digitally remastered and repackaged with six additional tracks in an expanded edition in 2000.
Essentially an update of the multi-million selling 1995 'Greatest Hits' package, this 2009 Tour Edition adds four tracks recorded since the original release. Serving as the perfect introduction to one of America's finest singer/songwriters, this compilation focuses on Springsteen's work with The E-Street Band and features such well known hits as 'Born To Run', 'Dancing In The Dark' and 'Born In The USA'.
For over 20 years, Bob Seger was one of the best mainstream rock & rollers in America, developing a distinctive body of honest, hard-rocking songs. More songs than can be put on this single-disc set, unfortunately.
When took his leave of in February 1982, after seven years of distinguished service, there was really only one logical choice for his replacement. The band turned to a versatile, highly experienced performer who possessed a rich expansive voice of untapped range which could soar, swoop, sting and serenade with uniform intensity. LRB founder was well aware of ’s capacities. Having observed and admired his development over the previous 14 years, he became ’s producer for the 1981 album. It was during those sessions that LRB’s American member provided a vital objective appraisal. “I remember putting on headphones in the studio and this amazing voice was coming through” relates . “I couldn’t work out why I’d never heard it before.”
Greatest Hits So Far has a simple title and a simple execution: it rounds up the 14 singles the Zac Brown Band released between 2008 and 2013, presenting them in chronological order and containing no bonus material…
This Sony release is essentially the Bruce Springsteen greatest-hits set that appeared earlier in 2009 as a Wal-Mart exclusive – setting off a mini storm in the media about whether or not the pro-union Springsteen should have any dealings at all with the non-union Wal-Mart company – with three tracks, "Long Walk Home" (from 2007's Magic) and live versions of "Because the Night" and "Fire," added to the end of the sequence. Columbia's 18-track Greatest Hits set from 1995 probably does a better job of charting through the commercial, radio-ready side of Springsteen's career, but the addition of the live tracks here strengthens this collection and makes it feel like a much broader and more rounded portrait than the original Wal-Mart issue was. The truth is, Springsteen has so many great songs that it is probably impossible to put out a single-disc greatest-hits set that would please everyone, but this one essentially does it's job – you've heard all of these songs on the radio.