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Bob Seger - Greatest Hits 2 [Enhanced, Extra tracks]

Bob SegerAudio CD
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  • Audio CD (November 4, 2003)
  • Original Release Date: 2000
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Enhanced, Extra tracks
  • Label: Capitol
  • ASIN: B0000DG05T
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (125 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,388 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Understanding
2. The Fire Down Below
3. Her Strut
4. Beautiful Loser
5. Sunspot Baby
6. Katmandu
7. Shame On The Moon
8. Fire Lake
9. Tryin' To Live My Life Without You (Live)
10. Shakedown
11. Manhattan
12. New Coat Of Paint
13. Chances Are
14. Rock And Roll Never Forgets
15. Satisfied (previously unreleased)
16. Tomorrow (previously unreleased)
17. Turn the Page [*][Multimedia Track]

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2003 collection from the American rocker featuring more of his radio hits as well as two previously unreleased tracks and an enhanced video.

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310 of 336 people found the following review helpful
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After releasing a one-disc greatest hits CD in 1994 that was a pretty big insult to the man's prolific career, Bob Seger finally comes back with a second volume that attempts to corral the most sorely missing leftovers. The goal here seems to be to (1) collect all of the Top Ten hits that didn't make the first volume ("Shame On The Moon", "Fire Lake", "Tryin' To Live My Life Without You"), (2) collect a few more staples of classic rock radio, all of which get more airplay than some of the tunes on Volume One ("Rock And Roll Never Forgets", "The Fire Down Below", "Sunspot Baby", "Katmandu", "Her Strut"), (3) collect a few obscure and/or forgotten soundtrack cuts that have never before appeared on a Seger album ("Understanding", "Shakedown", "Chances Are"), (4) inexplicably throw in some obscure tunes from forgotten albums ("Manhattan", "New Coat Of Paint") as opposed to more songs that actually received airplay ("Real Love", "Lock And Load", "American Storm", "Even Now", "Hands In The Air"), and (5) throw in a couple new tunes.
Okay, Bob, this definitely helps erase the specter of that first anemic greatest hits CD, but you're not quite there yet. Here's what Volumes Three and Four should contain. Throw in a couple new tunes on each one so you'll have a nice 12 or 13 tunes per CD. Seriously, put all four volumes out and I'll pick them all up in a heartbeat, one shot.
Ramblin' Gamblin' Man
Get Out Of Denver
Travelin' Man/Beautiful Loser (live)
Come To Poppa
Til It Shines
Feel Like A Number
The Horizontal Bop
Betty Lou's Gettin' Out Tonight
Nine Tonight (from the movie "Urban Cowboy")
Even Now
Makin' Thunderbirds
American Storm
It's You
Fortunate Son (live)
Blue Monday (from the movie "Roadhouse")
The Real Love
Hands In The Air
Lock And Load
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38 of 39 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars A must have! Two killer "new" tracks. November 5, 2003
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...first of all we will all never agree on the selections. The positive thing here is, with the songs mentioned above that people claim are obviously missing, the majority of them are available in any CD store (Some have already even been remastered ie; Till it Shines). Seger has said that he tried to put on Ramblin' Gamblin' Man but it just sounded out of place with all the other songs. The great thing is this time around Understanding, and Shakedown were included. Both these tracks, along with Chances Are, are not readily available other wise and you will pay a pretty penny for them off of eBay.
The remastering job on here is killer, not to mention the sequencing of the songs. It has a great flow. Of all the remastered tracks, I wold say that Beautiful Loser and Shakedown have benfited the most. Both are now crisp. You will also hear sounds that were muffled or missing all together in the past. Great job.
Now the two new tracks - "Satisfied" -- a great bluesy number that will get in your head and just stay there. Very catchy tune. You won't be disapointed.
- "Tomorrow" -- this is proof that Bob should not be retired, and anyone that thinks he has mellowed should crank this up and give a listen... Seger plays lead guitar on this track. It is a great hard rocking song. Well worth the purchase of the CD on its' own.
My opinion, don't waste anymore time reading, just order it.
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42 of 44 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars A great companion to the first set but lacks cohesiveness December 16, 2003
Format:Audio CD
Although many, self included, liked Bob's first greatest hits collection, it overlooked so many key songs that I wondered why they did not shoot for a double CD release it the time as, unlike many other artists, Bob has huge hits and non-hit masterprices that could have made for an outstanding release.
While some key songs finally appear in this second volume, essential songs "Feel Like a Number" and "Even Now" are nowhere to be found, while there is a lot of filler that does not make for a fully satisfying purchase. My question to Capitol again would be why did they not use this opportunity to release a remastered 2CD set covering all of Bob's greatest hits (which would please those who only know Bob's hits) and some quality cuts that may not have made the charts or been released as singles?
The answer to my question is probably the almighty buck as volume one is a must, and fans will feel the need to buy the second volume to complement the missing material, maybe not knowing that key songs are still missing. The economics at work here are probably that the record company will make more money off two individual releases than releasing a 2 CD set, which are sold at much more reasonable prices these days.
If you can find this release at a reasonable price, you may want to buy it and grab the first greatest hits release to make your own hit-filled CD that may lack two (actually more as I can already think of a favorite of mine "Living Inside My Heart" from the movie "About Last Night") essential songs but at least you can bypass what I deem to be too much filler in this second release. The 2 new songs really did not do much for me and there are others that just don't cut it.
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19 of 20 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Still waiting... February 25, 2004
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Anyone who ever turned on a rock/pop radio station during the 70's or 80's surely needs no convincing to buy (or not) music from Bob Seger. So this commentary is about the purpose of this particular CD, not the relative merits of the music it contains. With that being said, just what do we have here in this Seger compilation and how have we arrived here? Probably, in an effort to keep up sales of the individual albums on CD, a greatest hits collection for Bob Seger didn't appear until 1994. And when it did finally appear, what a letdown it was. More than half of his top-10 tunes were missing, there were a paltry 14 tracks and several non-hit songs appeared instead of the many bona-fide hits Seger had during his long tenure on the charts.

Now, along comes volume two of greatest hits which does fill in some of the gaps but still falls far short of what it should be. Three top-20 tunes are yet to be accounted for with an additional ten, incredibly, top-100 tunes not to be found while several non-charting tunes have somehow nuzzled their way into a supposedly "greatest hits" piece. How many more greatest hits volumes do we need to see and purchase before Seger's music gets compiled correctly? Giving credit where at least minimal credit is due, between these two greatest hits volumes you can gather up most of Seger's biggest tunes but for the casual collector these two pieces are sadly inadequate. For the more avid fan, there is little reason to purchase either of these if you already have the CD's of the original albums. The only real benefit is here in volume two, where a couple of tunes from soundtracks are available for the first time on a Seger CD although these tracks can be found on the soundtrack CD's themselves.
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