Joyce H. from NOTTINGHAM, PA Reviewed on 10/19/2012...
Love this growed up with this music. Give it a 5.
JH from PA
Latter Day Hook
T. McCool | Lafayette, IN United States | 03/04/2005
(2 out of 5 stars)
"I suppose if you love Dr. Hook's latter-era disco sell-out, you might like this. The first two songs, from the brilliant Bankrupt album (unavailable on CD in the US) are almost worth the money. The rest is disco love ballads. And the mastering is absolutely horrid. You'll find better compilations elsewhere."
Dr. Hook is awesome
Kristyn Warner | 08/16/1999
(5 out of 5 stars)
"I know very little about Dr. Hook. My friend made me listen to one of his songs a couple of years ago and I thought it was pretty good. Then this summer they were coming to Edmonton and for some reason she had an extra ticket and she gave it to me. I went knowing two songs (Cover of the Rolling Stone and You make my Pants Want to Get Up and Dance) but I had a great time at the concert and now love Dr. Hook's music. Although I'm too young to be a typical listener to this music (I'm 19), there were more young people at this concert than there were people who were around when this music was first released. That proves that this band has some serious staying power."
A Great Comp Of Dr. Hook Songs Capitol.
Brent Hilton | Layton, Utah USA | 03/03/2007
(4 out of 5 stars)
"Well in beginning i bought this album for the songs: Cover Of The Rolling Stone & When You're In Love With A Beautiful Woman. But as soon i popped in this disc i just fell in love with whole thing. the and more to title of the album impiles the fact that there are few songs tacked on for your listening pleasure, i must say my favorite tracks are: I Could'nt Believe, A Little Bit More. Sexy Eyes & Sharing The Night Together( Are Definitely Disco Influnced) but still likeable. Radio should've may the top ten along with Cover Of The Rolling Stone, Years From Now. Brings tears almost, it's tender ballad. This album is one that you'll want to dance to because there are slow and fast tunes. when i listening to this album i think of palm trees and the sun."
Versatile band; Something for everyone
Kristyn Warner | 04/21/2001
(4 out of 5 stars)
"I'd forgotten all about Dr. Hook, to tell the truth, until looking around for something by another 70's band. Then I saw this and started reading the track titles, and so many memories just started coming back. The band shows something for everyone. For the raunchier side, with somewhat sarcastic songs like "Cover of Rolling Stone," what-was-I-thinking songs like "Only Sixteen," lush love songs like "A Little Bit More," and my favorite,the funky disco feeling tracks like "Sexy Eyes," and "When You're In Love With A Beautiful Woman." And the best part is, these songs all seem true-to-heart. You feel like you could actually get somewhere with a girl by singing "Sharing The Night Together.' A very pleasant musical treat. Spend 40 minutes going back to the 70s with this CD. You won't regret it, and may also wind up hoping your picture's on the cover of Rolling Stone."