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Ultimate Survivor album for sale by Survivor was released Jan 04, 2005 on the BMG Heritage label. Appearing three years after Mercury's comprehensive collection Fire in Your Eyes: Greatest Hits, BMG Heritage's 2004 release Ultimate Survivor edges out that previous collection for the title of the best Survivor compilation yet assembled. Ultimate Survivor CD music Why? Because the song selection and sequencing are sharper, developing a real momentum over its 18 songs, and it's also better presented, with strong liner notes and muscular remastering. Ultimate Survivor CD music contains a single disc with 18 songs. ...See Full Description
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If you are a truly Survivor fan,you need this CD. Is a complete travel to the 80's.. You will enjoy every song.. GREAT!!
By arielrosario62 (san juan, pr)
||A Great Disc From Survivor!!|
I would have to say that I am very impressed by this CD!! The remasterd sound quality is outstanding. "Eye of the Tiger" has never sounded better here. Other excellent tracks include "Didn't Know It Was Love" and "Rebel Girl". Also, "Across the Miles" is a pleasant surprise. One flaw, however, is the omition once again of "Ever Since the World Began". How does the band (or record company) not realize how much of a hit this song was for Survivor fans. Thank God for CD recorders...I simply dumped "Caught In the Game" & replaced it with "Ever Since the World Began". NOW I have the Ultimate Survivor CD!! Next time, give "World Began" it's just due, this song will always be my favorite. This IS, otherwise, a GREAT CD!! Still Rockin' In Minnesota, Todd
By dddtoto (Andover, MN)
What can i say? All the hits are here. I just wished a couple more tracks from Eye Of The Tiger were there also. Good buy anyway!
By Mark (Ft. Worth, Texas)
for someone just getting into SURVIVOR then this is for you. re-mastering rocks! there were really 2 different bands. The DAVE BICKLER era had more rockin' tunes and FRANKIE SULLIVAN played harder. The JAMI JAMISON era had songs more accustomed for his vocal range. JIMI had a better voice but the music was more subdued even though VITAL SIGNS was huge. JIMI AND FRANKIE would eventually put out a rockin'and perhaps their best album with TOO HOT TO SLEEP.
By COBRAFUNK (EDMOND, OK)
||Great But Missing Some Jimi Jamison Tracks|
This is a great cd. I think they should have had unreleased music with Jimi Jamison on vocals. Personally i never cared for Dave Bickler's vocals but i sure loved Eye Of The Tiger. Frankie ,Jimi & Marc have all been back together like 5 yrs when this disc came out and the record co could have thrown us a new tune. Can't Give It Up or Burning Bridges from Too Hot To Sleep would have been awesome on here too. Rebel Girl and Rockin Into The Night are nice tracks but More Jamison vocal tracks with his intensity would have made this better.
By Kevin (syracuse ny)
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Ultimate Survivor songs Product Details
|CD Universe Part number||6747547|
|Release Date||Jan 04, 2005|
|Producer||Ron Nevison; Frankie Sullivan; Jim Peterik; Frank Filipetti; Robie Porter; Survivor; Ron Nevison; Frankie Sullivan; Jim Peterik; Frank Filipetti; Robie Porter; Jeremy Holiday (Compilation)|
|Recording Time||76 minutes||