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|1. Sample And Hold|
|2. Transformer Man|
|3. Depression Blues|
|4. Get Gone|
|5. Don't Take Your Love Away From Me|
|6. Once An Angel|
|7. Where Is The Highway Tonight?|
|8. Hippie Dream|
|10. Around The World|
|11. Mideast Vacation|
|12. Ain't It The Truth|
|13. This Note's For You|
I realize I may be the oddball of the reviewers here, given that one of my all-time favorite albums by Neil Young is "Trans" (how can you not love "Like an Inca"?). Read morePublished 5 months ago by William Jens Jensen
Is exactly what I thought it would be. nothing more,
Geffen era Neil
eat a peach, steve
This album is a compiled group of Neil Young "Best of" songs when Neal was with the Geffen record label. Great list of tunes.Published 22 months ago by Robert Wesley Bender
Ain't it the Truth, Now BayBay!
A variety pack from a time when every album was a new direction.
Sample and Hold!
Thanks to Amazon, I have finally found one of my all-time favs - Neil Young's "Lucky 13" is the only album that I have ever listened to that mirrored Neil's considerable talent I... Read morePublished on February 5, 2010 by Verus M. Langham Jr.
The single most frustrating aspect of Neil Young's career is the degree of loathing he has for his fans, his closest friends, and himself (read Shakey: Neil Young's Biography if... Read morePublished on April 15, 2009 by Mike
It tooks me some times to love this album because it's not the usual Neil Young's stuff. But compiled by Neil himself, it not only sumarised his lost period but reinvented it. Read morePublished on June 5, 2007 by gil
Although in the early 90's Neil Young was christened the "Godfather of Grunge" on the strength of his hard-rocking 70's catalog, most rock fans convieniently forgot that... Read morePublished on February 6, 2003 by Jeffrey Whitcher