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Very Best Of David Hasselhoff


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  • Audio CD (11 Mar 2002)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Bmg
  • ASIN: B00005Q8UG
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (19 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 106,503 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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The Very Best of David Hasselhoff features 16 of the former Knight Rider and Baywatch star's best songs including "Looking for Freedom", "Highway to Your Heart" and "Flying on the Wings of Tenderness".

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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By C. L. Martin on 30 Jan 2009
Format: Audio CD
As the title of this review reveals, my favourite track from amongst this cavalcade of wonders is the quite frankly resplendent 'Hot Shot City'. A modern classic, which boasts not only a fantastic hook and hypnotic lyrical depth but also some incredible spoken word moments, 'baby you look so good in those jeans, oh' being a stand out.

But don't let the perfection that is Hot Shot City distract you from the feast of musical genius that is on offer here. There is much to recommend.

I can't stress enough, that this album should be listened to in order, in a dark room, with full concentration and dedication given. It is the only way you will get the best out of it.

For you see, with this offering Hasselhoff takes us on a veritable rollercoaster ride of emotion and experience.

He starts us off with the classic rock tones of 'Highway to Your Heart' a song which invites us into the world of the man who sings it. In the opening moments we hear him stride toward his motorcycle and rev it up. It is then that we realise, this is a lone wolf, a man who lives his life on the road. A man with rock and roll in his soul.

After rocking out, Hoff then moves us through many emotional states in quick succession. Be prepared for this. You may weep.

Dance Dance D'Amour - Love
Everybody Sunshine - Joy
Do the Limbo Dance - LIMBO
These Lovin Eyes - Desire
Lonely is the Night - DESPAIR!
Looking for Freedom - Rebelliousness
I Believe - Baywatch
The Best is Yet to Come - Hope
Je T'aime - Love again (but in French)
Yesterday's Love - Lost love
Flying on the Wings of Tenderness - Idealism - 'we'll build a castle out of honesty' - what a lyric!
Crazy for You - Lust

And the last two, which are all in foreign, so the sentiment cannot be understood.

Take a week off work and immerse yourself in this album.

You will be a better person for it.
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59 of 62 people found the following review helpful By M. Mcfall on 24 April 2007
Format: Audio CD
I came across this record at a time in my life when things weren't going well. My wife had just left me for a contortionist, my kids were all at boarding school and the dog seemed to have a lingering contempt for me that grew more and more vitriolic as the days passed. Then, like Moses into the parted Red Sea, David Hasselhoff stepped into my life and convinced me that things weren't as bad as they seemed. After initially trying to order a Julio Eglasias CD and ordering a Hasselhoff one in error, I was in turmoil. Thinking to myself that I needed to hear some sweet sweet music (my wife took all the simply red and Dire straits CDs) I put the Hasselhoff CD on. Right from the start I knew this was different. And, as the dulcet tones of the Hoffmeister drifted out of the CD player, I knew something kind of wonderful was taking place. Imagine the pure enraptured joy of winning the lottery combined with the tingly erotic sensations one gets from a jacuzzi and you can just begin to get an idea of what the Hoff's music has done for my life.

Two years on and I still spend 6 hours each day listening to David whilst browsing the web for more and more info on the permed one. Some would say this was a waste of time, I say 'Jump in my car and let's go down to hotshot city and do the limbo dance'.

In short, an aural sensation akin to hearing the voice of God himself.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Road Apple VINE VOICE on 14 May 2003
Format: Audio CD
Maniacs all over the globe have joined forces in promoting this album, and it's no surprise why. If these enlightened music lovers know a good album when they hear it then what excuse do the rest of us have? None! We should all buy this great work now!
David Hampsteroff spoke recently to a crowd of screaming fans outside the Shnitzelkampf Stadium in Berlin, about his desire to spread the Hasselhoff gospel to the mentally ill in all countries. A charitable gesture indeed, although he would of course charge the mental hospitals full price for his CD, lining his pockets with millions of dollars. Who could blame him, hair spray and leather don't come cheap.
Anyway, let's get to the review proper.
David's collaboration with Snoopy Dog Logs (the famous rap artist) can be heard on the track `Du' which translates as `Doh'. The lyric "Yo fa shizzel ma nizzel, place be crazy up in this mutha" tells the heart breaking story of the day David found out Knight Rider would be taken off the air.
His second duet on this white hot record is `Looking For Freedom', performed alongside Helmutt Stankenfrau, the much loved beer drinking crooner from Hamburg. The Hoff wails during the chorus, only handing over vocal duties to Helmutt during the difficult line "If you leave your home this waa'aay!"
Richard Blackwood partners Hasselhoff on the world famous `Crazy For You', which translated for no reason into German reads `Krasslanger Aust Piffen'. This song leaps from one musical genre to another, unleashing the hypnotic chorus on and on, seemingly for hours. Richard Blackwood (who's album `You'll Love To Hate This' is now a rare collector's item) performs vocal feats that even the Hoff finds hard to match. When he sings "Yo mama, who da man?
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24 of 26 people found the following review helpful By H. Thompson on 8 Sep 2006
Format: Audio CD
It was a quiet, cloudless night, as I walked, in a preternatural daze through a whispering wood, as the wind gently caressed my bare ankles and spoke softly in my ear as if of an impeding fate i could neither predict nor acknowledge. As I walked i forgot all worldly trappings and became cacooned in the womb of nature. And as this somnambulant journey continued a warm, fuzzy glow flickered then gradually grew in front of me, until all was incandescent and my eyes next to useless. As the brightness faded i became aware of a figure in front of me, and though he seemed of average height and build it became obvious to me, though not how it was possible, that he was in fact as big as the universe itself, condensed into humanoid form in front of me. Softly his voice sang out in deep, dulcet tones and it was as if the sky was collapsing, the earth caving beneath me. My body became weightless. Floating. In an everlasting orgasmic symphony of colour and sound. I looked upon the face of the celestial being and to my endless wonder i recognised the godly visage. But before i could reach out and touch the face of salvation the light receded, the music dampened to a faint whimper and all that was left was a name written upon the wind - Hasselhoff. It was then that i realised i would never know true bliss again. I can remember less and less of that night as time wends its meaningless way. I cannot recall the words or notes of those epiphanic songs, although i do seem to recall Hot Shot City was pretty fricking rocking.
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