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These Dreams - Heart's Greatest Hits
Genres: Pop, Rock, Classic Rock, Metal
First they went platinum...Now they're going green. Your best loved music in its simplest form. 20 best-selling "Greatest Hits" & "Best of" collections now available in a new eco-friendly package. 1CD in card wallet pack... more »
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First they went platinum...Now they're going green. Your best loved music in its simplest form. 20 best-selling "Greatest Hits" & "Best of" collections now available in a new eco-friendly package. 1CD in card wallet packaging - no plastic, no booklet - just great music! Booklets are available online through a unique URL on the package.
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Shaley H. from TOOELE, UT
Reviewed on 12/26/2006...
the songs are:
crazy on you
all i wanna do is make love to you
if looks could kill
who will you run to
what about love
dog and butterfly
nothing at all
will you be there
5 of 6 member(s) found this review helpful.
Jim S. from WOONSOCKET, RI
Reviewed on 11/1/2006...
Best of Heart, SUPER!!!!
1 of 2 member(s) found this review helpful.
Great music, but not a "true" greatest hits CD...
email@example.com | 12/30/2000
(3 out of 5 stars)
"This CD only features Heart's early music, which is great of course, but it totally neglects Heart's success in the 80's and 90's. A MUCH BETTER greatest hits CD is "Heart - These Dreams/Heart's Greatest Hits", which for SOME reason Amazon does not sell. That CD is the consummate Heart collection, with their early hits AS WELL as their later music, all on one CD."
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David Bradley | Sterling, VA USA | 08/06/2002
(3 out of 5 stars)
"This is a decent enough attempt at a "Greatest Hits" package but, like all such efforts, it doesn't represent the artist completely."Crazy On You" and "Barracuda" are great Rock singles and there are a half dozen other classic rock-radio tunes here. But the exclusion of some of Heart's quirkier stuff, including the live version of the epic "Mistral Wind," make them seem too much like a female version of Journey. It was the mysterious, fantasy-land stuff that set Heart apart from a lot of the 70s/80s hair bands who really couldn't carry their guitar cases. "Bebe Le Strange" only hints at what I'm talking about.I'm also dissapointed to find the slower, duller version of "Dreamboat Annie" included on this disc...and who really wanted to hear Heart's version of "Rock and Roll," which should never have gotten further than sound check?By the way, for the few critics who have taken the opportunity to ridicule "Barracuda" as something less than worthy of airplay...if you were a 16-year old guy when the record was released in 1977, you would understand. Ann Wilson was an awakening."