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Volume 2 (Cd + Dvd)
Volume 2 (Cd + Dvd)
Price: 42.75

9 of 9 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Greatest Hits Vol. 2, 24 July 2008
This review is from: Volume 2 (Cd + Dvd) (Audio CD)
Ok Folks, Here It Is Goo Goo Dolls Greatest Hits Vol. 2! I Was Quite Surprised They Never Used Any Of The Tracks They Put On The "Ego, Opinion, Art & Commerce" Album (Which Was There First Complilation Album Containing Old & New Album Tracks From Before The Iris Era) But The Tracks They Picked For This Album Are The Ones I Always Felt Were Missing From The "Ego" Album, Tracks Like "Long Way Down" "Stop The World" & "I'm Awake Now" and There Are Great Covers On This Album Too Like "Million Miles Away" "I Don't Wanna Know" & "Don't Change", The Album Also Contains A Great Demo Version Of "Iris", But I Have To Say The Real Gem Of This Greatest Hits Is The DVD! 17 Videos Including "Iris" "Slide" & "Name" And A Full Live Show At Red Rocks Containing 19 Tracks, I Mean This Album Is A Must For Every Goo Goo Dolls Fan,
If Your Just Looking For An Album After You've Bought The First Greatest Hits Then Buy "Ego, Opinion, Art & Commerce"
Buy This For The DVD!!!!

Greatest Hits Vol.2 CD 3/5
Greatest Hits Vol.2 DVD 5/5


That '70s Show: Season 8 [DVD]
That '70s Show: Season 8 [DVD]
Dvd ~ Topher Grace

3 of 5 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Last Season!!!!, 29 May 2008
Ok Folks The Last Series/Season(Depending where you're From) Of "That '70's Show", Season 8 Is a 4 Disc DVD Set Of all The Shows From That Season, It Is Full Of The Great One Liners, Funny Plots and Well Acted Comedy We've Come To Expect Over The Past 8 years, The Only Down Fall Is No Topher Grace Who Plays "Eric" or Ashton Kutcher Who Plays "Kelso" but If You Have The Past 7 Seasons How Can You Not Make It Complete Without This Season. With Guest Apperances From The Likes Of Bruce Willis Season 8 Is Worth Taking A Look At, Pitty We Couldn't Have Gone Into "That 80's Show" :) (I'm Sure You've Thought About It)


That 70's Show: Season 8 [DVD] [Region 1] [US Import] [NTSC]
That 70's Show: Season 8 [DVD] [Region 1] [US Import] [NTSC]
Dvd ~ Topher Grace

1 of 2 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars The Last Season, 19 Mar 2008
Ok Folks The Last Series/Season(Depending where you're From) Of "That '70's Show", Season 8 Is a 4 Disc DVD Set Of all The Shows From That Season, It Is Full Of The Great One Liners, Funny Plots and Well Acted Comedy We've Come To Expect Over The Past 8 years, The Only Down Fall Is No Topher Grace Who Plays "Eric" or Ashton Kutcher Who Plays "Kelso" but If You Have The Past 7 Seasons How Can You Not Make It Complete Without This Season. Pitty We Couldn't Have Gone Into "That 80's Show" :) (I'm Sure You've Thought About It)


Greatest Hits, Vol. 1: The Singles
Greatest Hits, Vol. 1: The Singles
Offered by Fulfillment Express
Price: 8.10

9 of 11 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Greatest Hits......., 26 Aug 2007
Ok folks, Here It Is 'Goo Goo Dolls Greatest Hits Vol.1', Something Many Fans Have Been Waiting For, Containing Classics Like 'Name''Iris' & 'Slide'.
Although The Band Have Been Around Since The Late 80's, This Compilation Only Gives You Material From The Last 12 Years, For Somebody Who Has Only Heard The Most Commercial Songs Then This Album Is For You and Will Persuade You To Maybe Buy Another Album I'm Sure, If You Have Only Heard Of 'Iris' And Are Thinking Of Buying This Then Buy! Buy! Buy! Coz There Is So Much More To This Band! Now For A Goo Goo Dolls Fan This Is Abit Of A Disappointment! Why? Because Alot Of The Bands Earlier Songs Are Right Up There With Work Of The Last 12 Years, Songs Like 'Cuz You're Gone''We Are The Normal''There You Are' & 'Girl Right Next To Me' Are Great Songs And Deserve A Place On The Greatest Hits. Not To Mention Songs Like 'Naked''Long Way Down''Stop The World' & 'Only One'!!! These Songs Are From The Early to Mid-90's And Are Abit More 'Rock' Than The More Commercial Sound That They Found In Later Years, Lets Just Hope Volume 2 Makes Up For It For The Real Fans.


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