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Greatest Hits is a compilation album by American country music group Restless Heart. It was released by RCA Nashville in 1998. No End to This Road" and "For Lack of Better Words", two tracks new to this album, were released as singles, and "Somebody's Gonna Get That Girl" is new to this album as well. The album reached on the Top Country Albums chart. Prior to the release of this album, the band had been disbanded since 1994.
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Rare 60's & 70's B-Sides Singles - Студийный альбом от Various Artists. В альбом вошло 24 треков. Продолжительность альбома: 01:08:14. Toto - Hold The Line (Official Music Video). The Fabulous Thunderbirds - Tuff Enuff (Video). Simon & Garfunkel - Bridge over Troubled Water (from The Concert in Central Park).
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The End - Shades Of Orange. The Herd - From The Underworld. The Gun - Race with the Devil. The Trashmen - Surfing Bird. The Best Sixties Album contains the defining tracks of the decade and features some of the biggest hits from artists including Scott McKenzie, The Byrds, The Moody Blues, Del Shannon, Andy Williams, Sly & The Family Stone, Aretha Franklin, Johnny Cash, Tammy Wynette and many more. Extra information about this release.
In addition to Coverdale, the only holdover from the group's previous album is guitarist Adrian Vandenberg, who FINALLY gets the chance to appear on a full-length Whitesnake recording (after several close calls on the aforementioned releases). Instead of walloping listeners over the skull with an album opening rocker, Coverdale kicks things off on a mellow note, with the bluesy ballad "Don't Fade Away," but harder-edged material soon follows, including the riff-rocking title track, and "Crying," which shows the singer's Zeppelin fixation remains