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The 'original' Bad Co. Anthology

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  • Audio CD (29 Mar. 1999)
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Label: Elektra
  • ASIN: B0000256NE
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Audio Cassette
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (30 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 49,682 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. Can't Get Enough
  2. Rock Steady
  3. Ready for Love
  4. Bad Company
  5. Movin' On
  6. Seagull
  7. Superstar Woman
  8. Little Miss Fortune
  9. Good Lovin' Gone Bad
  10. Feel Like Makin' Love
  11. Shooting Star
  12. Deal With the Preacher
  13. Wild Fire Woman
  14. Easy On My Soul
  15. Whiskey Bottle

Disc: 2

  1. Honey Child
  2. Run With the Pack
  3. Silver, Blue And Gold
  4. Do Right By Your Woman
  5. Burnin' Sky
  6. Heartbeat
  7. Too Bad
  8. Smokin' 45
  9. Rock and Roll Fantasy
  10. Evil Wind
  11. Oh Atlanta
  12. Rhythm Machine
  13. Untie The Knot
  14. Downhill Ryder
  15. Tracking Down A Runaway
  16. Ain't It Good
  17. Hammer Of Love
  18. Hey, Hey

Product Description

BAD COMPANY The Original Bad Co. Anthology (1999 German 33-track 2-CD album compilation featuring their greatest hits along with previously unreleased tracks comes in a fat double jewel case with picture sleeve and 48-page booklet)

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Format: Audio CD
This collection of songs have been hand picked, and give us an excellect insight into the history of the bands inspirational brilliance. Disc 1 giving us the best of the best albums ('Bad Company' and 'Straight Shooter') a collection of some great songs such as "Can't Get Enough" "Bad Company" "Movin' On" "Good Lovin' Gone Bad" the list goes on. Disc 2 doesn't quite deliver as much as the 1st, but still has it's moments of brilliance from the later of the 'original' Bad Company line up.
Paul Rodgers has such a great voice and the bands best material camefrom their first six albums, if you don't own all six albums yet, this is definately a worth while purchase.
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Unless you're a very devoted fan, this is pretty much all you'll ever need from Bad Company.
"The Original Bad Co. Anthology" collects twenty-three of their best singles and album tracks. It draws from all their records, yet the compilers have wisely chosen to lean heavily towards the group's first two albums, which were also their best.
Their eponymous debut album is represented by no fewer than seven tracks (out of eight!), and five are culled from "Straight Shooter". And Elektra Records have even managed to find two good songs from the awful "Rough Diamonds" album, and it's actually very hard to find anything to say against the track selection, which is one of the best and most thorough I've ever seen.
Six B-sides and unissued songs are also included, as well as four brand new songs which make their debut here...and believe it or not, they're great!
Most of this is lean, mid-tempo rock music, bordering on hard rock. Bad Company had the ability to combine cruchy hard-rock riffs with great melodies, and they had a magnificent front man in Paul Rodgers, and a fine lead guitarist in Mick Ralphs.
This music is somewhat less bluesy and more mainstream than Paul Rodgers' previous band, Free, but it has a timeless sound that makes you wonder just why Bad Company ended up being lumped in with all the stale 70s rock dinosaurs, and all but forgotten in later years.
They certainly deserve much better, as this excellent collection demonstrates.
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Original Bad Company Anthology...Disc One is just incredible. " Can't Get Enough", " Seagull", " Bad Company", " Feel Like Makin' Love", " Deal With The Preacher" & " Good Lovin' Gone Bad" are all top quality as are " Whisky Bottle" & the excellent " Shooting Star". Disc two is a little weaker but the quality is still there. " Burnin' Sky", " Oh Atlanta", " Smoking", " Hey Hey ( Baby)", " Hammer Of Love" & " Rock 'n' Roll Fantasy" all pay testament to this.

Some of the most compelling rock music EVER made is contained on this. Paul Rodgers, Mick Ralphs, Simon Kirke & Boz Burrell gelled effortlessly and delivered the goods bigtime!!!

Superbly remastered with a huge booklet of lyrics, photos and biography, this is an absolute must for all lovers of rock.

Cracking!!!:AAAAAA++++++
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I wasn't actually born when Bad Co.'s last album with Paul Rodgers was released. I always thought they were a great band, and their best material is here (Can't Get Enough, Good Lovin Gone Bad) along with some unreleased gems (Superstar Woman).
However, this album also unwisely charts the band's deterioration towards the end of the 70's and the second CD is largely missable, with the exception of four new songs which are highly impressive, especially "Hey, Hey". Worth getting for the new songs and the classics, and Bad Co. aren't just for middle aged blokes who drive Rovers.
Fans of bands such as Reef and the Strokes should definitely check this out
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I bought this album because the music was featured on the supernatural TV show and I actually really enjoy listening to this music. Bad Company are a rock band but the music is quite soft so it is quite easy listening. This album is on my phone and some of the songs are addictive and sound really good turned up loud.
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I can't disagree with those who think it is a very good anthology. Great for the rarities,the four new tracks and for 90% of what has been included. It also has a great, very plush booklet. However there are two glaring omissions which is why only four stars.

No "Live for the Music" from Running with the Pack" which is probabaly the best track on that album and managed to get on "10 from 6" the original vinyl compilation which had to cherry pick 10 best tracks from six albums due to the limitations of vinyl.

Also no "Electric Land" which I believe was also a single and is from the generally awful "Rough Diamonds" album and is in my opinion the only really outstanding track on that album. Oh yes and it was also included on "10 from 6" - so it beggars belief, that like the above track, it gets missed off a far more expansive double CD compilation!! Me thinks this was a compilation made by a committee of perhaps the four original Members, who probably agreed on 90% of the content (as they tend to pick themselves anyway. it's the other 10% that is alwaya a worry, as it probably comes down to how well an individual thought they played on a particular track or perhaps to ensure a song written by them is included and has little to do with objective quality or what would be a fan's choice(who usually know better anyway about what a bands' best stuff is, as the band are too close to it)and this is how what should have been two obvious inclusions got missed, or at least that is the theory that is mine.

Can't wait to see them at Wembly in April 2010. If its anything like the Mott reunion it will be great.
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