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listen  8. Through The Rain 5:05Album Only
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listen12. Still Climbing 5:22Album Only
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listen  2. Long Cold Winter 5:22Album Only
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listen  4. Dead Man's Road 6:34Album Only
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listen  9. Long Cold Winter / Fallin' Apart At The Seams (live) 5:42Album Only
listen10. Love's Got Me Doin' Time (live) 5:34Album Only
listen11. Make Your Own Way (live) 4:08Album Only
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  • Audio CD (April 25, 2006)
  • Original Release Date: 2006
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Original recording remastered
  • Label: Mercury
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (18 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #82,990 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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During their late 80's/Early 90's heyday, Cinderella rose to stardom with music that was noticeably grittier than that of the soft-centered hard-rock acts with whom they wee usually classified. While the Philadelphia foursome's flamboyant visual image fit comfortably into the MTV-filled pop-metal boom, Cinderella's bluesy musical roots distinguished them from their contemporaries, as did the band's superior musicianship and front man Tom Keifer's sold craft and throaty will. Includes all their signature songs and big hits. Participation by front man Tom Keifer. 96k/24 bit remastered. Includes 4 previously unreleased live tracks

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Thirty (yes...30!)
Richard Thompson
I would definately recommend this CD as well as Rocked Wired and Bluesed for a concise compliation of Cinderella at their best..
I am now in my 50s and just bought this cd they still sound great, this cd will blow you away if you know their music.
Robert D. Brooks

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14 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Larry Davis on June 5, 2006
Format: Audio CD
Can't believe I'm the first one to review this 2CD collection of Cinderella, their entry in Universal Chronicles' "Gold" series!!! It IS a goodie too.

To be honest, of all the hard rocking bands that emerged in the MTV 80s, Philly's Cinderella possibly got the short end of the stick. They were miscategorized as hair metal, and when they were on the verge of bigger and better things, after 1990s' "Heartbreak Station" and tour, Tom's voice went kaput, it then took 4 years for him to recover and release the excellent followup "Still Climbing". And, you know what then happened...alternative rock was "in" and Cinderella was "out". Not their fault though. Well, 12 years later, Cinderella's brand of rock is "in" again, but I felt they've never fit in to that 80s "hair band" movement anyway.

In a way, Cinderella are/were kind of like a current answer to 70s band the Faces (fronted by Rod Stewart) mixed with AC/DC for good measure. Tom's an amazing songwriter, and he has great influences, like country/roots rock, blues, soul and gospel (maybe that's why he's been based out of Nashville for years now), and it's cool how he mixes all that good stuff together in his writing, add in his throaty wail (like a Brian Johnson/Rod Stewart his smooth croon on appropriate songs), whilst Jeff, Eric and Fred back him up as an extremely tight and loud, but also loose, soulful and swinging, rock and roll band. Add in the fact that UK producer Andy Johns did the honours on Cinderella's first 2 albums (he did the Faces too, as well as other similar-minded UK bands), and there ya go. I think their music holds up extremely well today because it was fairly timeless from the beginning, although the first album "Night Songs" not as much because of the production style...
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Richard Thompson on June 21, 2006
Format: Audio CD
I've been a Cinderella fan since the late 80's when Long Cold Winter came out. What a fantastic album of bluesy rock 'n roll. Saw them open up for AC/DC way back when "Shake Me" was their only hit single, and saw their headlining tour with Nelson as a support act (remember them? Non-other than Ricky Nelson's twin son's) Well, Nelson has long been forgotten on the road map of Rock 'n Roll, but Cinderella lives on as strong as ever.

They never really were a "hair metal" band, they just had to take on that image at the time because that was the way the music business was leaning. Ever see the early photos of Gun's 'n Roses when Axl and company were a "Glam Rock" band struggling to break into the club music scene in L.A.? His hair all teased up all over the place. Great stuff. Anyway, Tom Keifer/Cinderella did what they had to do to make it no different than KISS's Gene Simmons and Paul Stanley before them. Point is, don't dismiss them as some kind of has been, old fashion, out-of-style 80's rock that plagues so many other good acts. Cinderella is "the REAL Thing". An honest, hard working, and very talented Rock 'n Roll band.

Now, to the Gold collection. How can you go wrong? Thirty (yes...30!) tracks. All newly remastered with today's technology. (That's something that needs to happen to all the Cinderella albums, but that's another issue) An 18 page booklet of photos and liner notes, including the details of those "new" live songs. Thought maybe they were from the Key Club show in 1999 or maybe the same as the BMG Extended Versions disc from 2005 didn't ya? Well, here's the scoop:

Two of the six tracks have been available before, but only on the hard-to-find, rare Japanese promo disc "Live Train to Heartbreak Station".
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Of all the Greatest Hits packages out their for Cinderella. This one, along the Once Upon A ... disc are both my favorites. Simply, both include previously unreleased tracks and any greatest hits package should be that way. Let me add here, of all the '80's Metal Bands. Cinderella should have had a much longer career than they had. Should never have been so underrated as they where and they had a weapon few bands have with a amazingly talented musician being Tom Keifer.

With this release, your getting a 2 discs, 30 tracks, including 4 live tracks never before released, spans all 4 releases and mixed beautifully. Which I really liked, productions awesome (with only one minor glitch on "Night Songs")and was excited to see "Still Climbing" so well represented on this package. The song selection on here's amazing, as a fan your going love it and can't complain about anything missed. With technology the way it is, just burn Disc 3 with all the favorite tracks they missed. Definately, recommend this release to any new fan and don't be surprised if you don't find yourself buying all their releases on Amazon. If you are a Cinderella fan you already purchased it and crank it up..
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By zman1975 on March 11, 2010
Format: Audio CD
I bought this because it is remastered, and Cinderella hasn't remastered any of their four studio albums. So I downloaded all of this onto my ITUNES, overriding the original analog versions.

The only problem I Have is the questionable track listing. Do we REALLY need 6 songs from Still Climbing, their worst and least-selling album? Also, way too many songs from Heartbreak Station, their 2nd worst and least selling album. We also get 6 wasteful live tracks. I would have appreciated a few more tracks from the first two albums, which were their only two commercially successful releases anyway. Where's "Somebody Save Me" and "Push Push?"???
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Poor tracklist
I will take anything remastered,(That I dont have.) I would love to see the studio albums remastered. when that happens I will buy all 4 at the same time! It may never happen,who knows...I have to buy gold for that reason!They have us true fans by the BALLS......
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