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Product Details

  • Audio CD (November 13, 1989)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Import
  • Label: Columbia Records/Sony
  • ASIN: B0000026W6
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (37 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #25,637 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Editorial Reviews

1. Baby Hold On 3:32 2. Two Tickets To Paradise 4:00 3. Peace In Our Time 5:03 4. Where's The Party? (Live) 5:49 5. I Wanna Go Back 3:57 6. Walk On Water 4:40 7. Shakin' 3:08 8. Take Me Home Tonight (Be My Baby 3:32 9. Think I'm In Love 3:10 10. Looking Through The Eyes Of A Child 4:31 11. No Control 4:00 12. We Should Be Sleeping 3:55 13. Stop Steppin' On My Heart 4:24

Customer Reviews

I would recommend this to all Eddie Money fans.
Tom
Eddie will sing it to ya... he'll let you know how to keep in control shakin' all night long, having a blast where the best parties get together and take action.
Rocknscrolls
I wore out the first copy I owned.....time for a newer one!!!
Trishnmom

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17 of 18 people found the following review helpful By John D. Pride on September 29, 2000
Format: Audio CD
I first heard Eddie Money in the seventies when I was a college radio disc jockey. With a voice like Johnny Ray and a great gunslinger guitar player in Jimmy Lyon, they were like a Stax Volt/Motown/RocknRoll Glimmer Twins. I interviewed him for the University of Georgia daily newspaper and gave him a copy of the glowing review I had written of his debut LP. I later had the pleasure of opening six dates of his "No Control" tour with my own band. His new gunslinger at the time, Steve Farris, went on to be a member of eighties chart toppers Mr. Mister, and played on one of my own records. Nice guys. Now, if you put this CD in perspective, it seems to underplay the considerable role that Lyon played in that it eliminates some key tracks that he played on, most notably "Trinidad", "Gimme Some Water" and "Jealousys". Ed wasn't happy about Jimmy's departure, and the magic never quite surfaced again for the band. Nonetheless, Money was able to deliver a lot of great radio songs in the years that followed, and most of those songs are here on this CD. The hit hits from "No Control" and the terrific single, "Take Me Home Tonight", prove that this man deserves to be noted as a great vocalist and, ultimately, a survivor.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By T. LeBaron on April 4, 2006
Format: Audio CD
I have a problem with reviewers who probably have all of their favorite artist(s)' albums and go on record complaining that this song or that song wasn't on the "greatest hits" or "best-of" collection. I was a fan of Eddie Money's from the beginning, and was a little surprised to find that one reviewer thought his debut album was lame. I for one thought it was a super start to his career, with a couple of huge hit singles (the shorter single version of "Two Tickets" is even hotter than the album version...good luck finding it outside of eBay or one of those places you find in Goldmine that specialize in 45RPM singles only, if you find a copy of that one, it's worth your effort to track it down...if you're wondering, it isn't an edited version but a total remake with more guitars and more harmonies).

The additional tracks: Peace in Our Time, Stop Steppin' On My heart, Looking Thru the Eyes of a Child and the live version of Where's the Party are all typically radio-friendly Eddie Money tracks (that is definitely NOT a complaint) that show him in his element of being a rock-solid performer. His live shows, of which I've seen several, will put any doubt aside. If you have all the original albums these songs came from, the bonus material makes this one worth your money. I'm still a fan and it's all good.
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Bob Waskiewicz on March 21, 2001
Format: Audio CD
I love Eddie Money's voice.Its so different from everyone else.This greatest hits CD is a must for anyone who's enjoyed his music over the years.The early hits,Baby hold on,Two Tickets to Paradise,Shakin," and "Think I'm in Love" are all here,and the songs that put Money on top again in the late 80's,"Take me home,Peace in our time," and my all time favorite,"I wanna go back." This is the first song I play when I'm on vacation,lying on the beach."I wanna go back and do it all over,but I can't go back I know.."The live version of "Where's the party?" is great,with the audience singing along.There's about three other newer songs,and there fantastic also.Like the other reviewer said,"This Greatest Hits CD is worth the Money."
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By C. Penner on November 3, 2000
Format: Audio CD
This album is definately Eddie Money at his best. It is a wonderful CD with all of Eddie's greatest hits on it. I just saw him in concert last night and these are the songs that he played and he still plays them well.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Regina Pounds on July 11, 2002
Format: Audio CD
There are few rock or popular tunes that hold my interest because of their lyrics. The line "Baby, hold on to me...whatever will be, will be...I'll take you to the top..." is terrific. It caught my attention. Who wouldn't love to hear such confident assurance of love forever realised? Still, as always, it's the musical arrangement I fell in love with. A simple but catchy leitmotif, a sweeping romantic melodie that escalates dramatically as the instruments come in to play and then...of a sudden...a totally sexy interlude that surprised me...pure rock!
Eddie's voice is unique, as another reviewer pointed out. I bought because of Hold on to me...didn't regret it.
Gina
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on July 24, 2000
Format: Audio CD
If you want to know who started this rough vocal but hard rocking music style, you can look at none other than Eddie Money.
Baby,Hold On was Money's first big hit. Although this song is played a lot in classic rock stations, it first started out in DISCO! What a crossing of musical styles! Money started junking the 70s dance club style and started writing more live wire guitar songs such as Think I'm In Love and Shakin' in 1982.
Most of his other rock songs are about the usual rock subjects: rock, sex, nudity and drinking.What songs were left out can be found in the other compilation albums. But what should have been included in ANY of them are Can't Hold Back and Endless Nights, both co-written by Money, himself.
Money is often criticized for cliches in his lyric writing: he often has 'baby' in a song. But what do you call pop music from 2000! At least Money has enough talent to write his own songs unlike bubblegum pop musicians in the spotlight for these recent years.
In general an Eddie Money song is often a good driving tune or for a bar tune. Another thing is that if you compare this album to a greatest hits album of Rick Springfield or Bryan Adams---Eddie Money spotted him in a bar before becoming big!---then you'll find out where they found a model for their own styles,Eddie Money.
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