Greatest Hits Extra tracks, Original recording remastered
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One of Britain s hardest working bands, Dunfermline s Nazareth are road warriors par excellence. For almost 40 years they have performed in front of fervent audiences across the globe and, showing no signs of slowing down, they are currently in the midst of yet another mammoth European tour. Their music is bluesy, frequently heavy, but characterised by strong, hummable hooks, with honourable mention for Dan McCafferty s near-superhuman vocals, which are still one of the wonders of the rock world. Over more than 20 studio albums, the group have proved time and time again that they have a real talent for composing catchy, hard-hitting originals as well as a remarkable facility with other people s songs. The many hit singles - both rockers and ballads, such as Broken Down Angel, This Flight Tonight, Love Hurts, Bad, Bad Boy, My White Bicycle, Hair of the Dog and Dream On found on this album are ample evidence of both facts. Originally released in 1975, the original 12-track Greatest Hits was a success in numerous territories. This updated version includes a further eight Naz classics, from the sought-after single version of Morning Dew (1971) to the huge 1982 power ballad Dream On - all loud, proud and remastered of course.
Top Customer Reviews
I do not know why it is called "greatest hits", as there are further more only fillers on the album, 19 in total.
I have a rather big cd collection and I have listened to them at least once but this one is by far the most difficult to go through.
If you are a fan, you probably wil. Want to shoot le.
If you are, like me, in search of Love hurts, by some 70s compilation with this one hit on it. I am sure it exists
Heavy Metal, and we can hear the vocal, and the riffs on the guitar has something to say to us teenagers back then This album is worth a try if your curious what kind of a band Nazareth is or
"was". This was before they come up with earfriendly "soft metal".
Most Recent Customer Reviews
All the well known hits here and a few lesser known and in my oppinion not nearly as good ones included. Well worth having all the same.Published 5 months ago by T.DUB