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Reviewed in the United States on April 1, 2003
What a great compilation cd,although the order of the cuts is rather random. And still this cd leaves some hits out, including the current disco smash, "When the Money's Gone, and "We all sleep alone".
Cher has 3 plus decades of folk rock, (All I really..)to current disco anthems with a few "gypsies " in between.The original version of "Bang Bang" is superior to the Geffen version, and that too is here.The voice that cuts through concrete sailed through the new millenium.Cher has been known as a single artist,and this cd supports her successes in the single arena.She has preveiled through several styles. Once again her 70's Warner Brothers material is missing,and there is no real reason for the dedicated fan to purchase this if they are looking for a stone unturned. The voice is powerful today as it was in the 70's,and the image only gains momentum. Choicest cuts are "Believe", "Heart of Stone",and the 60's flower power anthem, "I got you babe" with Sonny Svengali Bono.
Cher proves a voice plus a character as strong as they come preveil.This so far is the definitive greatest hits package.So why is this icon absent from the rock and roll hall of fame I ask?Well perhaps the powers that be will reconsider after looking at this compilation?Five stars for the hits alone, even if there is some question on the order the tracks are placed in. This "babe" needs a comprehensive box set...
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