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Peter Cetera - Greatest Hits
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Peter Cetera - Greatest Hits
Genres: Pop, Rock
14 tracks including the hit singles 'If You Leave Me Now' (new version), 'Hard For Me To Say I'm Sorry', 'Baby What A Big Surprise' (new version), 'Feels Like Heaven' (with Chaka Kahn), '(I Wanna Take) Forever Tonight' (...  more »


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All Artists: Peter Cetera
Title: Peter Cetera - Greatest Hits
Members Wishing: 1
Total Copies: 0
Label: Edel Europe
Release Date: 3/19/2002
Album Type: Import
Genres: Pop, Rock
Style: Adult Contemporary
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPCs: 4029758350324, 766488332322, 076648833232


Album Description
14 tracks including the hit singles 'If You Leave Me Now' (new version), 'Hard For Me To Say I'm Sorry', 'Baby What A Big Surprise' (new version), 'Feels Like Heaven' (with Chaka Kahn), '(I Wanna Take) Forever Tonight' (with Crystal Bernardt) & 'You're The Inspiration' (new version). 2002.

CD Reviews

Music Lover | USA | 02/14/2005
(1 out of 5 stars)

"While I understand why the RIAA industry and record labels want to protect their music - don't sell me things that won't play on certain players and computers. That is about as close to stealing as you can get. Isn't there laws about false advertisment? And why is Amazon not doing anything or even warning people?

After paying my money and waiting four weeks to get this CD, I see that there is print - so small on the back of the CD that only perfect vision could read under strong lights - stating that it will not play on a computer. What about my car - it doesn't play there either.

Shame on you Amazon for selling things like this without fair warning. Even cigarette companies print the warning so people can read it."
Could have been better
Chris Tarver | Tulsa, Oklahoma USA | 12/23/2003
(3 out of 5 stars)

"Ok Peter...what happened? Sorry folks but this CD is quite a let down for me even as a huge Chicago as well as a Peter Cetera fan. I would have thought if he were going to do a collection of "greatest" hits he would have delved a bit deeper and come up with more than this. Most of these I haven't even heard and new versions of old classics? PASS. Leave well enough alone guys. One more thing I want to rant about and thats this..does ANYONE besides me remember Peter's first solo record? Remember "Livin in the Limelight"? That tune STILL kicks ass! Why isn't it on here? why isn't it even on CD? Peter still has an awsome voice as ever but I personally would like to see him grow a pair and rock like he used to with his chicago bandmates...nuff said."
Greatest Hits? In What Country
Jack R. Lowe Jr. | Anywhere USA | 07/23/2005
(1 out of 5 stars)

"OK, I will admit up front that I do not own this CD. And after reading the track list and the reviews, I will not be buying this CD either. And what do you get for your nearly $30 (with shipping)? Well, you get one or two original hits, a handful of Chicago remakes and a lot of songs I've never heard before. And they have the nerve to call this collection of songs his "Greatest Hits?"
I can't help but wonder if Peter Cetera had any input on the production of this CD. For his sake and reputation, I hope not. Where are songs like Daddy's Girl, One Good Woman and Next Time I Fall (with Amy Grant)? I'd recommend that you spend the money on his other studio CD's and make your own Greatest hits CD that you can play on all machines. Sorry PC, but this is sloppy and inexcusable and does not deserve the title of "Greatest Hits." One final nail in the coffin of this CD. The editorial review makes reference to the song 'Hard To Say I'm Sorry' but I don't see it in the track list anywhere. Folks, save your money and wait for a better Peter Cetera collection that will live up to the name of Greatest Hits because this one does not."