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Artist: Harem Scarem

Title: The Very Best

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Category: AOR

Year: 2002

Label: Warner Music (Japan)

Catalog Number: WPCR-11198


Harry Hess vocals, keyboards, guitar
Pete Lesperance guitars
Mike Gionet bass
Barry Donaghy bass
Darren Smith drums

Package includes a Harem Scarem sticker.


1.  Freedom previously unreleased  
2.  Hard to Love  
3.  Slowly Slipping Away  
4.  Honestly  
5.  Change Comes Around  
6.  Saviors Never Cry  
7.  No Justice  
8.  The Paint Thins  
9.  Blue  
10.  Believe  
11.  Die Off Hard  
12.  Rain  
13.  So Blind  
14.  Climb the Gate  
15.  Turn Around  
16.  Without You  
17.  Stuck With You  
18.  Draggin' Me Down  

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Existing comments about this CD

From: AOR freaky Date: April 14, 2005 at 1:42
How can you speak of The Very Best if they only have one good album out ! The worst of the worst in the musicbusiness would have been a better title for this crap !

From: Harry Date: April 14, 2005 at 9:33
A HS Best Of without Something To Say, Jealousy, If There Was a Time, Stranger Than Love and Necessary Evil sounds rather odd to me! Can't understand the criteria. Still there's lots of great songs here, as always!

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From: Jez Date: April 14, 2005 at 16:05
A solid Best Of...release, covering a good selection of HS material, although to do this band justice, a single disc is just not enough. They also have many many more than one good album to choose from (as people who know what they are talking about can confirm),so my advice would be to go and check out the rest of their studio material, buy it all, then make up a quadruple Best Of.. disc of your own!!!

From: TIM (2) Date: April 14, 2005 at 16:12
Indeed, some bizarre choices on here. Only 'Slowly Slipping Away' and 'Rain' (and maybe 'Die off Hard') that I would call their very best and would go on a compilation of mine. But 'Freedom' is a truly excellent bonus on this, as are the bonus tracks on all of these compilation CDs. I have all of these, so no doubt some clever bastard will decide to release them all on another compilation entitled 'the best of the bonus tracks from the best of albums' or something. Just ignore my cynicism

From: Lennie Date: April 15, 2005 at 7:04
Guys, an endless stream of comments about what this band may have/have not done and the history of AOR/rock is pretty pointless. Everyone has the right to like/dislike a band/album/genre of music and that is the beauty of this site - it gives people the chance to determine if there's an album/band out there that they should be listening to - FOR THEIR MUSIC. What we have in HS is well crafted songs with great musicianship/vocal performances, as has been the standard throughout their musical care

From: Lennie Date: April 15, 2005 at 7:15
Which has been the standard throughout their musical career! This is definitely recommended.

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