Three prior Mountain collections, 1973's THE BEST OF, 1974's ON TOP, and 1995's box set OVER THE TOP, left few stones unturned in their overviews of these short-lived yet successful power rockers. If you're looking for a succinct collection of their best-known tracks, then 1998's budget priced SUPER HITS is recommended. Containing 10 tracks, SUPER HITS features such classic rock radio standards as "Mississippi Queen," "Never in My Life," "Theme for an Imaginary Western," and "Flowers of Evil." Although THE BEST OF may have a longer track listing, SUPER HITS contains several tracks not included on the former, which rank among some of the band's best–"Flowers of Evil," "Blood of the Sun," "You Better Believe It," and "The Great Train Robbery".
Transport yourself back to the those carefree 70s school days with this collection of 100 classic tracks from teenage pin-ups such as The Osmonds and David Soul to rock revellers Kiss and Thin Lizzy via disco divas Rose Royce and Kool & The Gang. This carefully crafted collection features 5 CDs and lasts well over 5 hours ensuring that there s something here for everyone. So loosen your school tie and reminisce to the soundtrack that shaped your generation…this is 70s School Days The Ultimate Collection.
Super Hits of the 70s: Have a Nice Day is a series of music compilations containing chiefly one-hit wonders and lesser-known pop and rock music songs from the 1970s. The first fifteen volumes were released on cassette and (with bonus tracks) on CD, in 1990 by Rhino Records, covering the years 1969–1976. Compiled by Gary Stewart, David McLees, and Bill Inglot, each CD comes with an eight-page booklet which includes five pages of liner notes by Paul Grein.
It may be a budget-line, ten-track collection, but Sony's Super Hits is pretty much the definitive retrospective on the pop-metal quartet Firehouse's career. The disc wisely concentrates on the group's first two records, 1991's Firehouse and 1992's Hold Your Fire, which was when the band was at the peak of their popularity.
This album is smooth and mellow with a jazzy feel. The album has a diverse array of music. Track #1 ("You Can Leave Your Hat On") is perfect when you want to get frisky with your lover. When you want to relax with your significant other, put this CD in your player and play track #2 "You Are So Beautiful." This is a wonderful album. It has all my favorite Joe Cocker songs. "Have A Little Faith In Me" is my most favorite Joe Cocker song. Hollywood has even used this song in Look Who's Talking, Now. This album is full of love and support songs. Every song can bring you closer to you loved one. His voice is soothing. His voice is unique, but I think you could call this album a "make-out" CD. This album would fall under the same category as Barry White without the deep bass voice. This album has the same feel. (Review from Amazon)