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Artist: April Wine

Title: Greatest Hits Live 2003

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Category: Hard Rock

Year: 2003

Label: Civilian

Catalog Number: CR - 1001 - 2


Myles Goodwyn lead vocals, guitar
Brian Greenway guitar, vocals
Jim Clench bass, vocals
Jerry Mercer drums
Carl Dixon keyboards, guitar


Disc 1
1.  Oowatanite  
2.  Wanna Rock  
3.  The Band Has Just Begun  
4.  Say Hello  
5.  Enough Is Enough  
6.  Before the Dawn  
7.  Sign of the Gypsy Queen  
8.  Tonite Is a Wonderful Time to Fall in Love  
9.  Cum Hear the Band  
10.  Won't Go There  
11.  Victim for Your Love  
12.  Weeping Widow  
13.  21st Century Schizoid Man  

Disc 2
14.  Like a Lover, Like a Song  
15.  Rock'N'Roll Is a Vicious Game  
16.  Holiday  
17.  Bad Side of the Moon  
18.  All Over Town  
19.  Roller  
20.  Just Between You and Me  
21.  I Like to Rock  
22.  That's Who I Am, This Is What I Do new studio track  
23.  Strong Silent Type new studio track  

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Existing comments about this CD

From: Rockhead Date: July 20, 2005 at 13:03
A comprehensive round up of April Wines finest moments. Well played and sounding great this is ideal for fans (like me) but also the casual listener who wondered what the fuss was about. Disc2 nicks it for me featuring Roller and I Like To Rock but overall it is all good

From: the game Date: July 26, 2005 at 19:26
Killer live greatest hits 2 cd set by Canadian rockers from Canada. Just listening to hits like Tonites a Wonderful Time, Weeping Widow,Badside Of The Moon, I like to Rock, Enough Is Enough is awesome. All the songs are great, melodic with the crunchy guitars. The only blemish is the two studio tracks. My fave band. Rated 10/10.

From: rene Date: December 18, 2005 at 15:07
Not a bad release but were are most of their 80s hits like ROCK MYSELF TO SLEEP, WITHOUT YOUR LOVE, HARD ROCK KID, THIS COULD BE THE RIGHT ONE, WANTED DEAD OR ALIVE etc...? Why most of the 70s bands that released albums in the 80s forget album their 80s albums??? I think that is a bad thing to do. Sometimes it looks like KANSAS, TED NUGENT, BAD COMPANY etc...never released a album in the 80s because when they release a live album they nearly never play a 80s song. SAD BUT TRUE.

From: Remastered Reason Date: January 22, 2006 at 11:18
Most bands that release a live album would feature their best material from prevoius years. No doubt this double disc represents selective 70's & early 80's tracks & rightfully so. These are their best & what they are remembered for. Thankfully for the most part, the mid to later 80's cheese material has been left off.

From: ROBERT Date: February 13, 2006 at 13:00
AQUI si esta catalogada, como HARD ROCK, supongo q dependera del disco... ¿cual os parece el mas A.O.R. d toda su carrera?

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