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Greatest Hits '93 - '03

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Product Details

  • Audio CD (June 8, 2004)
  • Original Release Date: June 8, 2004
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Sony Legacy
  • Run Time: 59 minutes
  • ASIN: B00024I2YU
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (135 customer reviews)
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311 have had quite a career so far. When they came out in the 90's, they definitely clashed with the more gloomy grunge scene: positive lyrics and catchy, upbeat music with a reggae and hip-hop twist. They still found success while simultaneously paving the way for a variety of popular bands like No Doubt and Incubus. They are one of the few bands from that era to have survived and continue touring and putting out new music -- the band are in the studio working on their eighth album as we speak. Their first best-of, "Greatest Hits: 93-03" is a celebration of some of 311's best known work, along with some newer, previously unreleased material. True, not all of 311 "Greatest" songs are here, such is the flaw with any best-of collection, but as far as hits and singles, this has got them all. Along with predictable entries like "Down," "All Mixed Up" and "Amber," there are a few surprises thrown in. "Beyond The Grey Sky" (from 2003's "Evolver") is a song I didn't expect to be here, and other songs that didn't quite break-out like they should have like "Flowing" and "Transistor" are good to hear again (even though I own all of their other stuff). While there is an abundance of newer material, including their cover of The Cure's "Love Song" (from the "50 First Dates" soundtrack) and two new songs, "How Do You Feel?" and "First Straw," the lack of older material is rather disappointing. "Homebrew" and "Do You Right" are included, but their older albums had other great moments too (they should have, at least, put "Feels So Good" on). But complaints aside, it's a great collection, seventeen excellent songs. You definitely get your money's worth, and if you're a hardcore 311 fan, the two new studio tracks are incentive enough. And if you are new to the band, what better way to start?
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10 years and 7 albums later, the Omaha funk metal sensation comes back with "Greatest Hits '93-'03". This CD has all their hits, including "Down," "All Mixed Up," and "Amber".

I consider myself to be a casual fan of the group. I really only got into the "Blue Album" (like the rest of the world) and "Grassroots". Due to the several 311 cult followers, as many of the reviews have shown here, the hardcore fans will never be happy with the "greatest hits" compilation unless they mix it themselves. Nevertheless, this CD is fantastic for listeners like myself. I haven't listened to 311, or music of the same genre in years. But when 2003 brought 311's greatest hits to me, it made me realize just how talented this band was and still is.

Compared to other greatest hits compilations from the early 90s bands, 311 puts together a solid compilation, including 17 tracks and clocking in at about 60 minutes. I've heard some of these tunes several times, and some not enough. I especially enjoy "Come Original," "Beautiful Disaster," "Transistor," "Don't Stay Home," "Homebrew," "Beyond The Gray Sky," and "Love Song".

Overall, "Greatest Hits '93-'03" holds strong as a quality release, as well as great driving music. I think other casual listeners like myself, and first time listeners will love this album.
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Ah, 311... A group who's style you just can't live without. They combinde alternitive rock, punk, metal, ska, rap, reagae, jazz & classic rock into one. They have alot of laid-back tunes, yet alot of edgy tracks. Here of course showcases their greatest hits as the title says. I know it's missing Prisioner, but was that a hit anyway? This was my starting album from 311. Don't get me wrong, I've always liked them since Come Original came out, that was when I first heard of them. They became big in 95 or 96, you decide and their breakthrough hit was Down which is still their most well-known hit today. Very awsome & simple little classic. Nick Hexum is the vocalist & sometimes guitarist, SA Martinez is the rapper & DJ of the bunch, and he is a talanted rapper. Nick used to rap occasinally, but i've never heard him really rap since I haven't heard any of their albums yet. Oh well, I prefer it where SA Martinez is the rapper. They are a very talanted band, the other 3 members are awsome as well. I will say which songs were included on the original albums, then do the song-by-song thing.

Down, All Mixed Up, Don't Stay Home (311 Year: 1995)

Flowing, Come Original (Soundsystem Year: 1999)

Amber, I'll Be Here Awhile, You Wouldn't Believe (From Chaos Year: 2001)

Beautiful Disaster, Transistor (Transistor Year: 1997)

Creatures (For A While), Beyond The Grey Sky (Evolver Year: 2003)

Do You Right (Music Year: 1993)

Homebrew (Grassroots Year: 1994)

Love Song (50 First Dates Soundtrack Year: 2004)

How Do You Feel, First Straw (previously unreleased Year: 2004)

1. Down: Ah yes, the well known classic with tounge-twisting rapping from SA & Nick delivers the classic chorus. 10/10

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Love 'em or hate 'em, give the band props for foiling critics, overcoming the 90's-bands-disbanded odds, and taking it to the fans for such a long time. What better way to celebrate than with a definitive best of album?

Though hard-core fans will complain that this b-side or that album track is missing (just as hardcores always do), this greatest hits package packs the hits, perfect for casual fans. With singles ranging from "Homebrew" to "Creatures" this is even great for career-long fans to hear the high-lights all in one place. Punk/Funk numbers like "Down" and "All Mixed Up" had always been 311's calling card, but this set does a great job of summarizing the softer numbers from the second half of the band's existance like "Beyond the Grey Sky," "Amber," "I'll Be Here A While," and "Flowing." And with a couple new songs, including a great cover of "How Do You Feel?" you couldn't ask for much more.

Overall: 8 out of 10.
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