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Artist: Europe

Title: Rock The Night - The Very Best Of Europe

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Europe Rock The Night - The Very Best Of Europe Album Cover


Category: AOR / Melodic Hard Rock

Year: 2004

Label: Epic / Sony

Catalog Number: 5160542


Joey Tempest Vocals, Keyboards, Acoustic Guitars
John Leven Bass
John Norum Guitars
Kee Marcello Guitars
Mic Michaeli Keyboards
Tony Reno Drums, Percussion
Ian Haugland Drums


Disc 1
1.  Rock The Night  4:05
2.  Superstitious  4:34
3.  I'll Cry For You Acoustic  3:59
4.  Cherokee  4:11
5.  Stormwind  4:29
6.  Sweet Love Child Single B-Side  4:57
7.  In The Future To Come  5:01
8.  Here Comes The Night Outtake  4:27
9.  Sign Of The Times  4:16
10.  Dreamer  4:27
11.  Seventh Sign  4:42
12.  Yesterday's News  5:27
13.  Got Your Mind In The Gutter  4:59
14.  Ready Or Not  4:05
15.  Aphasia  2:31
16.  Time Has Come Live  4:31
Total Running Time:  70:41

Disc 2
17.  The Final Countdown  5:10
18.  Halfway To Heaven  4:07
19.  Open Your Heart  4:05
20.  Long Time Coming Single B-Side  3:55
21.  Mr. Government Man Outtake  3:37
22.  Carrie  4:30
23.  Seven Doors Hotel Single B-Side  5:03
24.  Girl From Lebanon  4:22
25.  The King Will Return  5:35
26.  More Than Meets The Eye  3:21
27.  Prisoners In Paradise  5:34
28.  Wings Of Tomorrow  3:58
29.  On Broken Wings  3:44
30.  Scream Of Anger  4:05
31.  Heart Of Stone  3:47
32.  Let The Good Times Rock Live  5:25
Total Running Time:  70:18

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Existing comments about this CD

From: TIM (2) Date: October 21, 2004 at 4:18
This is what Europe were all about. After hearing the new album they chose a good time to draw a line under the old material, and this is the definitive collection. As always there are some odd choices, "...Mind in the Gutter" and "Ready or Not" were just fillers IMO. "Just the Beginning" and "Talk to Me" would've been better choices. And where is the "Prisoners.." out-take "Stranded", an awesome slice of AOR? Otherwise a good and comprehensive collection, from what WAS a great band. 9/10.

From: rENE Date: October 21, 2004 at 13:54
Cool best of album. I have this on DVD. Not with so many songs but with rare recordings from the early 80s and video clips. Europe were one of the most important Hard rock/melodic metal bands in those days like everybody already know of course.

From: Marky Date: October 25, 2004 at 18:17
Recopilatorio bestial con el regalo d canciones ineditas bestiales, nada mas.EUROPE FOREVER!!!!!!!

From: Hairspray Date: October 30, 2004 at 9:41
Fantastic!!! Great to have some live tracks and outtakes on there. I love "Here comes the Night". I agree with Tim that "Just the Beginning" and "Talk to Me" should have been on there, great tracks. Did we need "The King will Return" Perhaps "Dance the Night Away" instead?.... Nevertheless, This is truly marvellous and the inclusion of "I'll Cry For You" acoustic version is true genius and so much better than the original. I like their new CD, they ARE STILL a great Band.

From: Alejandro Date: November 22, 2004 at 10:34
Otra gran recopilaci˛n,sin desperdicio y donde a mi juicio quedaron afuera dos peque˝as joyitas como Coast to Coast y Tomorrow del excelso Out of This World.Por lo demÓs estÓn todas las canciones que cualquier fan de la banda hubiera elegido, con la perlita que es la version ac¨stica de I`ll cry for you. De los inŔditos Here comes the night, sobresale del resto. Disco perfecto por donde se lo mire como para cerrar la primera etapa de la banda.10/10. carro_martin2000@yahoo.com.ar

From: sonya Date: February 27, 2005 at 20:19
buen disco

From: MetalianStallion Date: February 10, 2009 at 0:02
IMO Europe's theme song 'The Final Countdown', heard in sports stadiums around the globe hasn't aged well. I like a hand full of the band's songs but not enough to give any of their releases semi frequent rotation on my cd player.Europe was never a 'top tier' act in the states as they didn't have enough of a draw to headline stadium type venues. A good band with an above average guitar player as I prefer a couple of John Norum's heavier edged solo releases compared to Europe as a whole. Norum left the band in 86'(latter to return) to pursue a solo career saying "We became this teeny-bopper bubble gum band and I hated the whole image"

From: GlamSlam Date: September 9, 2009 at 22:03
I Like so much Europe every song in this compilation is great

From: rick kerch vzla Date: August 7, 2010 at 11:12
This is the ultimate Europe compilation per excellence...a compilation that covers all the stages of the band...plus some "rarities"...if you are a fan or you haven't listened to any Europe song or album (something that i doubt if u are a self respected rocker,)then this one is a GREAT option!...you can ROCK THE NIGHT and all nights with this compilation..buy and enjoy!.100/100.

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