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Greatest Hits ~ Keith Urban
Greatest Hits ~ Keith Urban
I'm no great fan of country music, but Keith Urban is an exceptional talent, an excellent guitar player, an incredible singer/songwriter, with feel good/thought provoking songs that we can all relate to. If you like Lonestar and Ryan Adams, you'll thoroughly enjoy the music here.

This CD contains 16 of Keith's hits, as well as two brand new tracks, 'Romeo's Tune' (which might just have one of the catchiest hooks of any of his songs) and 'Got It Right This Time (The Celebration)', which kick the album that was destined to be a favourite off. Everyone has their own favourite hits, and mine is 'Better Life', a song I heard by chance and made me a fan.

The CD booklet… Read more
Crazy Crazy Nights ~ Various
Crazy Crazy Nights ~ Various
Whilst any avid fan of '80s rock music will probably have at least half of these songs, which have been issued on single, double and even triple compilations such as this time and time again, if you only need one compilation of music from this decade - 'Crazy Nights' contains a lot of the essentials.

The usual suspects like Kiss, Alice Cooper, Europe, Whitesnake, Judas Priest, Poison and Heart, as well as other big bands like Cinderella, Skid Row, Ratt and Scorpions are all present, alongside deeper cuts from Living Colour, Night Ranger and Electric Boys, who don't always appear on sets like this.

So, if you are already familar with this genre, you can probably skip… Read more
Tennessee Woman ~ Tanya Tucker
Tennessee Woman ~ Tanya Tucker
Tanya Tucker was having smash hits on the country music charts as early as 1972. Fast forward to 1990, the still young woman of 32 was at the peak of her powers and making some great music. Her first album of the decade was 'Tennessee Woman' - and it's a cracker.

My favourite track on here will always be 'Shotgun', which I played to death as a child when I owned it on a cassette compilation of country hits, strangely enough, it wasn't even issued as a single, so it seems quite odd that it was included on a 'hits' tape, but I'm glad it was, as this brilliant song first introduced me to Tanya's music.

The tracks which were released as singles, 'Walking Shoes', 'Don't Go… Read more