- Audio CD (24 Jun. 1996)
- Number of Discs: 1
- Format: CD
- Label: Capitol
- ASIN: B000024M42
- Other Editions: Audio CD | Audio Cassette | Vinyl | Mini-Disc | MP3 Download
- Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars See all reviews (100 customer reviews)
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 2,792 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)
Recurring Dream: the Very Best of Crowded House CD
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The songs seem so simple but like all great songs this is only because the guitars, the vocals, the melodies and layers of sound combine so effortlessly. Only shame is that tracks like 'There Goes God', 'Fingers Of Love' and 'She Goes On' could not be included on this cd. Never mind, just buy the other albums aswell. You could not be disappointed, in fact I think that would be impossible..
Let's get some things into perspective. I'm twenty years of age, and an avid fan of popular rock. So you won't be surprised to hear that music that has branded itself on my life includes bands like the Foo Fighters, Coldplay, Oasis and so on.
I was familiar with some of Crowded House's work before now, but I only had limited knowledge (I knew they were a popular band and wasn't completely unaware of them while growing up), and as far as this album is concerned I'm honest enough to say I took a fair old stab in the dark with it. I deduced that even though summative compilations aren't always the best, this was probably a safe bet. I was listening to it in the garden this afternoon. It's been a pleasant, sunny day, complimented by some superb music. I stayed out there on my own all afternoon and listened to the album from start to finish; bliss.
What struck me as odd was that as I was listening to it, even though it felt like a bit of a memory test (having only listened to several songs once or twice before, and many years ago), I felt the pangs of nostalgia - most peculiar given the circumstances. Almost every track had the feel of a classic to it, and I felt like an old fan of the band who'd lost his cassette player.
To the all those die-hard fans of Crowded House: I'm afraid I'm not the one who will give as balanced and considered an opinion as you could, but given the cavernous expanse of time between the album's release and now, I'm sure you've formed your own views on it. To the compilation skeptics amongst you: the quality here is obvious and hard to resist.
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The besthttps://images-eu.ssl-images-amazon.com/images/I/51yIUmU%2B74L._SS300_.jpgPublished 4 months ago by HARRY S.