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Why do Amazon keep selling this with POPART - both best ofs?,
This review is from: Ultimate (Audio CD)Why do Amazon keep trying to flog this album with PopArt? They are both best of collections but this collection is not definitive. The definitive "best of" is "PopArt" which has 35 top 20 hits over 2 discs. Also "PopArt" is cheaper for two discs than "Ultimate" which is a single disc part-complete collection, with PSB's ONLY single non-hit on it: "Together". Why would people buy two cds with mostly the same tracks on them? Wouldn't Amazon be better selling them separately in tandem with a studio album so that people didn't feel ripped off?
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Initial post: 17 Feb 2012 13:43:10 GMT
"PopArt" doesn't include "Was it worth it?", which reached something like #24 in the UK charts, and so wasn't considered a "hit" by PSB. And it also includes the original album mix of "Heart" instead of the single mix - this was an error. Personally, I prefer "Discography" over "PopArt", even though the former only goes as far as late 1991. For me, PSB's singles are more patchy after around 1990.
I'd be interested to hear what you think of "Format", if you've got time to write a review. I've written a review there.
In reply to an earlier post on 18 May 2012 12:06:31 BDT
Mr. Mark R. Nolan says:
I can't agree that "Miracles", "Flamboyant" "Can you forgive her" or "I don;t know what you want" are patchy......
In reply to an earlier post on 18 May 2012 15:49:02 BDT
Miracles, Flamboyant and Can you forgive her? are all excellent. I don't know what you want ... is good. The poor post-1990 singles, for me, include the likes of the U2 cover, Se a vida e, I wouldn't normally do this kind of thing, A red letter day, and Somewhere.
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