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5.0 out of 5 stars LOOK AT THE FREAKIN' TITLE!, July 25, 2004
This review is from: Greatest Hits (Audio CD)
Oh, come on! Look at you all, complaining that your fave GNR song isn't on it!

Look at the title of the CD. It says: 'Guns n' Roses' Greatest Hits', doesn't it? That means it has - guess what? - the greatest hits of Guns n' Roses, not the 'specially crafted Guns n' Roses CD especially for YOU and nobody else'.

Just check any UK Top 40 Singles Chart Archive (try [...] and type in Guns n' Roses in the 'Artist' slot) and it will show you how each of their singles rated in the Public Charts.

Compare the list of their hit singles to the Greatest Hits album and you'll see that the line up is virtually identical. Cool, Eh?

Now, where on that list do you see 'Estranged', 'Coma' or 'Mr Brownstone'? Nowhere.

'Nuff said.
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Initial post: Apr 30, 2009 12:13:51 AM PDT
I agree with you, although "ain't it fun" could have been replaced by one of the last 3 songs you mentioned... probably mr brownstone.

Posted on Mar 11, 2012 11:37:36 PM PDT
RogerLodge says:
UK charts? No one cares about the UK charts.

The only charts that matter are the US charts and this album is based off of them.

Posted on Mar 24, 2012 6:32:54 PM PDT
i know this is an old post but your wrong the two songs Estranged & coma you said are some of there best work they should have been added along with the garden dropping songs like...ain't it fun,since i don't have you & sympathy for the devil...who cares about the stupid uk charts the only albums worth buying from gnr is Appetite for Destruction and any Use Your Illusions not this peace of crap.
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