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Super Hits Import

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Product Details

  • Audio CD (March 20, 2007)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Import
  • ASIN: B00006IKJE
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (10 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,537,409 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Format: Audio CD
Living Color is one of my all-time favorite groups but this collection can hardly be called a "greatest hits" package.
If you are looking for a cd that showcases the diversity of the band's musical influences, I suggest you buy PRIDE instead. Not only does it contains many of these "super hits" but also some previously unreleased tracks and other omissions like:
"Love Rears Its Ugly Head", "Memories Can't Wait", "Funny Vibe", "Glamour Boys", "Solace Of You" and "What's Your Favorite Color?"
I have no idea why the record company would even bother releasing this half-baked disk when PRIDE is available for the same price. In any case, this is a great band that deserves your unbiased ear.
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Format: Audio CD
This is an interesting, if nonesssential budget-CD greatest-hits compo with their cover of Hendrix's "Burning Of The Midnight Lamp" which is not available on any other release. Its a decent intro, and contains the absolute barest essentials from _Vivid_ but the selection from _Time's Up_ ... and only one song from _Stain_ leaves something to be desired. Still worth picking up for fans if you dont have the Hendrix cover elsewhere - plus its dirt cheap.
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Format: Audio CD
I'll start with a full disclosure and say that to me, Living Colour is the best rock/hard rock oriented band to come out of the 80's or 90's or any decade since, so *any* Living Colour album bought is money well spent to me! That said, there are several LC compilations out there and some *are* better than others, so here's my two cents...

Compilations are of course made for those fans that want a band's best tracks (or best KNOWN tracks) without having to go get all the individual albums, and while this compilation has some great stuff on it, the best Living Colour compilation is EVERYTHING IS POSSIBLE from 2006.

First, it's the most generous, with 17 total tracks. But more importantly, Living Colour has about 12 or 13 tracks that were released as singles and/or received significant airplay, and EVERYTHING IS POSSIBLE includes 10 of them including a generous 6 of the 11 total tracks from the smash debut "Vivid". And one of the tracks "missing" ("Love Rears Its Ugly Head") actually is included, but it's a hip-hop style remix instead of the original, which I find a curious decision. The only other questionable decision on that one is the inclusion of "Burning of the Midnight Lamp" (a Jimi Hendrix cover) from their "Biscuits" EP instead of the superior track "Talkin' Loud and Sayin'Nothing" (a James Brown cover from the same EP that wasn't a huge hit per se, but did reach #12 on the "Modern Rock Tracks"chart).

Apart for that though, ËVERYTHING IS POSSIBLE mostly sticks to the 3 core albums Living Colour made before they (temporarily) split in the mid-90's and does a great job of selecting the best tracks from each.
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Format: MP3 Music
If you're looking to get a physical copy of this classic band's catalog and spend less than $5, then this is a good selection of some of LC's best songs. As others have mentioned though, 50 minutes is far too few to satisfy your thirst for their awesome music. 3 stars simply for the length.
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Format: Audio CD
This is a budget "best of." The sound is not the best in the world. There are some of their great songs, but many that are not here. What is needed is a true "best of" done up like the remaster "Vivid" CD.
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