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Product Details

  • Audio CD (May 8, 2001)
  • Original Release Date: 2001
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Original recording remastered
  • Label: Interscope Records
  • ASIN: B00005BJLU
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (62 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #4,874 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Editorial Reviews

Seven top hits and five of the best album cuts by these soft-rock stars from San Francisco! Their late-'70s Top 10 smashes Whatcha Gonna Do? and Love Will Find a Way join the hits A Place in the Sun; I Go to Rio; Don't Want to Live Without It; I Want You Tonight; Cool Love , and more.

Customer Reviews

This CD Contains All Of Their Best And It Is Indeed A Good Collection.
Jerry Anderson
Delightfully, purchasing the audio CD got me a free copy of the MP3 version as well.
David Bryant
Brought back some great memories for me when I listened to it the first time.
David Mccorkle

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33 of 33 people found the following review helpful By T. C Lane on May 15, 2001
Format: Audio CD
This is a good mix of their big hits and album cuts. All 7 of their albums are represented (including the non-charting 1983 album "Out Of Our Hands"). The liner notes are 2001 up-to-date and the sound is excellent. At a tad over an hour and budget priced this is an excellent sample of Pablo Cruise's sunny Pop music.
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15 of 16 people found the following review helpful By bill feeney on February 15, 2004
Format: Audio CD
I have been a real long time fan of this band.I can remember these guys when I was a medic at letterman Hospital in the early seventies.These guys were real people. not rock stars. I went to so many shows all over to here this band now I can hear Ocean Breeze.Bud had a great voice. David really could cut loose.Steve price kiked but on the rythym stuff. Corey well what can I say other than Great Keys. These guys had a magic that is hard to describe.Time has done its thing thats why we have not heard anything in years from such a great group. This CD is about the best of the best.Until some old live stuff comes out to capture what this highly underated band could or can do we have to settle for this.This CD is done well and is worth every penny.
ENJOY!
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18 of 20 people found the following review helpful By Get What We Give VINE VOICE on June 24, 2003
Format: Audio CD
Bet you didn't know that there really is no Pablo in Pablo Cruise... What there is though, is some really dynamite music. The Millenium Collection of Pablo Cruise gives us "the best of" their music.
This album shows that Pablo Cruise's music holds up to the test of time. With slick guitar, synthesiser, and drums, the music has a transcendent feel to it: definitely West Coast. The vocals are perfect if not always comfortablely within range. This isn't some manufactured Boy Band of the 1990's. This is a group talented enough to not only play and sing their own music, but write it as well. You won't find a BackSync Boy or a Christina Spears doing that.
If you've got a convertible, slip this CD in the deck and take a nice evening drive - if you have no convertible, then stick on your headphones and listen while you're by the pool - or just listen while you drive. The beat is infectious and the album will have you smiling.
Whether it's "It's Alright" or "I Go to Rio" you'll feel like your living the summer of all times while you listen to these great Bay City musicians.
I don't care if you're too young to remember Pablo Cruise in their heyday or just recapturing some of your youth - this album is a definite winner!
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Jerry Anderson on March 2, 2007
Format: Audio CD
If You Do Not Want To Buy All Of Their Albums, This Is the Shortest Path Of Resistance. This CD Contains All Of Their Best And It Is Indeed A Good Collection. The Masters Collection Has Turned Out Some Very High Quality CDs. I Have Several Other Artists In This Collection. None Of Them Are Disappointments! Go Ahead Try The Sample Bars Above. Good Music. AAA+++
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Beatlenik on January 20, 2012
Format: Audio CD
Pablo Cruise was initially the reincarnation of two hippie bands with cult following: It's A Beautiful Day and Stoneground. Fans of both groups (both bands had a free-form psychedelic-laden folk-rock style) were alerted early on by Rolling Stone magazine that "Pablo Cruise" would be debuting and anticipation among a select few was very exciting. I was one of those who chowed down on PABLO CRUISE when it hit the streets. The instrumentation was immaculate and tight, almost as if the free-form funkadelic writing had been polished to a high sheen and the blues-rock style of most songs, with excellent emotional vocals, was a welcome addition to classic rock album collections. It seemed as if someone had found a method to very subtly add a spice of Caribbean Santana-esque percussiveness to the blues-rock melodies, or maybe it was just the jungle album cover that did it for us, but the hippies had mutated into a very tight R&B-Rock band with sharp leads and intriguing hooks. Island Woman and Not Tonight were catchy pop-rock songs, the rest were blues-based rock with smooth vocals, and the finale was a feat to behold. Ocean Breeze began with classical piano arpeggios, minuet's, and jazz improve, adding in drum kicks and then lead electric guitar working in and around the piano like an entwined tango before taking over lead and jamming right into a blatant theft of Clapton's Layla before mellowing out into a smooth jazz piano-guitar-vocal samba with crashing waves and the track titled cooling breezes. The twelve and a half minute opus at the end of the album left you certain that this group would be a contender for greatness.Read more ›
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Jeff Pearlman on May 25, 2010
Format: Audio CD
One day not long ago I gasped in horror to realize I didn't have "Love Will Find a Way" on CD. The song that haunted my first actual break-up in 1978. I found and bought the antiquated "Classics Vol. 26" without checking the track listing. (For some strange reason the A&M label numbered their first flurry of "best-of" CDs. Vol. 1 was by Herb Alpert, who was only the president of the company.) "Vol. 26" had that song but left off the excellent hit "I Want You Tonight" (top 20 in late '79) and the pretty good hit "I Go To Rio" (top 50 in early '79).

This budget disc is a big improvement over its predecessor by including those songs and all the other hits on "26" (with the minor omission of "Never Had a Love" which made it to #87 in 1978). For chart fanatics like me, both leave off "Slip Away", the group's last chart hit at #75 in 1981.

Another reviewer trashed the sound quality of this CD but it sounds fine thru my speakers, which, and I'm crying as I type this, cost me a couple of thousand dollars a few years ago (I'm still paying them off). I just compared the two versions of "Love Will..." and the sound here is MUCH improved.

From '75 till MTV, many "soft rock" bands featured guitar and drums like "regular" rock bands, but you knew they'd rarely get played on album rock stations. My favorite was probably the Little River Band. Pablo Cruise was funkier than most of these groups. The hypnotic bass intro leading into some punchy drumming on "Love Will Find a Way" and the almost-disco stomp of "I Go To Rio" and "I Want You Tonight" are perhaps the best examples. Many no doubt prefer the big hit "Whatcha Gonna Do" or the fine album track "Atlanta June".
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