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Millennium Classic Rock Party
Genres: Blues, Pop, Rock, Classic Rock, Hard Rock & Metal
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Buffy G. (bufomander) from DENVER, CO
Reviewed on 12/13/2006...
Are you ready to ROCK? All the headbanging classics of the 70's and 80's - every air guitarist's dream, including "Freebird," man!
Canuck in WA | Vancouver, WA | 08/01/2006
(1 out of 5 stars)
"You're led to believe that these are the full-length hits when you play them, but DONT BE FOOLED!! They are chopped up shortened versions of the original hits!! FAME by David Bowie has about 2 min taken out, and the great guitar riff at the end of the Lynard Skynard "Freebird" tune is chopped off at the end . .A RIP OFF!!!"
Too Scattershot To Be Truly Representative
Steve Vrana | Aurora, NE | 05/08/2001
(3 out of 5 stars)
"By calling this a "Classic Rock Party" one must interpret "rock" rather loosely. This collection includes pop ("Joy to the World"), folk-rock ("Sister Golden Hair"), and even a novelty song (the yodelling "Hocus Pocus") in addition to classic 70's rock--all of these songs were released between 1970 and 1978.Rhino's other releases in their Millenium series usually focused on a specific genre. When you're doing a hip-hop, funk or doo wop collection, you can do an adequate job even though you may be covering a decade of music. When your category is as broad as classic rock (whatever that means), your song selection doesn't hold together very well. These were all popular songs and all of them reached the Top 40, except "Aqualung," which was never released as a single. And why wasn't "Eighteen" or "School's Out" used in place of Alice Cooper's "No More Mr. Nice Guy"? As for some of the other song selections, Rhino appears to have simply decided to save some money on licensing fees by recycling songs from its Top Rock Hits series.Overall, this is a very listenable collection with terrific sound and informative liner notes. But unless you specifically looking for some of these songs, why not simply tune in to your local classic rock radio station?"