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Greatest Hits album for sale by Guns N' Roses was released Mar 23, 2004 on the Geffen label. Hard-rock juggernauts Guns 'N' Roses arrived as rock & roll saviors in a dark time of generic hair metal and bloated pop. With only five studio albums to draw from (one being the all-covers SPAGHETTI INCIDENT), nearly a third of the material on GREATEST HITS is unsurprisingly devoted to other people's songs. Inclusions range from a dramatic version of Bob Dylan's "Knockin' On Heavens Door" and an outsized take on Paul McCartney's "Live and Let Die" to punk classic "Ain't It Fun" and doo-wop nugget "Since I Don't Have You." Greatest Hits CD music contains a single disc with 14 songs. ...See Full Description
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I did though this might be digitaly remastered, but my surprise was that this was only a remastered analogue album. It is good.
By Jlsromero (Mexico City)
||From Another Planet|
Guns N' Roses is one of the few rock bands that can truly support a 'Greatest Hits' album. All the songs are extraordinary and really touch my soul every time I here them. Thanks!
By Pavlaras (Aradippou)
||Great comp but...|
If you just want to own 1 cd of GNR buy this album. All the great songs are on it. But if you can, buy Appetite, Lies and Illusion 1&2, they are all great!
By www.geocities.com/tengreatestalbumsofalltime (The Netherlands)
||best band ever|
gnr is the best band ever i will always like all the songs.
By nats_fan2122"hotmail.com (winnipeg, ma, can)
||title is perfect|
This CD offers a good selection of my favorite GNR songs). I have been waiting a long time to get all those songs on 1 cd. thanks.
By kristal (Los Angeles,CA)
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Greatest Hits songs Product Details
|CD Universe Part number||6453291|
|Release Date||Mar 23, 2004|
|Producer||Guns N' Roses; Mike Clink; Bill Levenson (Compilation)|
|Engineer||Jim Mitchell; Mike Clink|
|Recording Time||79 minutes||