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||Date: July 4, 2012 at 13:13|
|the best best of miss benatar is ultimate collection (2008).2 cd s 40 tracks.remastering perfect super sound.the more complete compilation of this real melodic rock goddess.a tons of hits.this cd remind me when i was young.in 1979 i was 19 and i had buying the tape of her first record.i listen it all days in my car.great souvenir.
|From: Doghouse Reilly
||Date: September 24, 2015 at 7:57|
|This is more than enough Benatar for most folks, as Greatest Hits includdes all of her charting American singles. So you get her harder early material ("Fire And Ice" sounds like a poor woman's Heart), through her mid-'80's pop stuff, and ends with "All Fired Up," a prime example of the 30-something rocker rebelling against approaching middle age--by '88, she was becoming a dinosaur just like all the other AOR favorites of 1981. Nothing against Pat, but I don't see a need for a two-disc collection of her songs.
||Date: September 24, 2015 at 12:59|
|This is a good collection of her best songs. My favorite song is "Hell is for Children." Her husband, Neil Giraldo, is a very underrated guitarist. Is she in the Rock and Roll HOF? If not, she should be.
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