A great compilation of rock song ballads. This four-disc set collects various rock ballads (although not everything here will fit everybody's definition of what a rock ballad actually is, if there even is such a definition) from over the years, including, among many others, Boston's "More Than a Feeling," Warrant's "Heaven," and Cyndi Lauper's "Time After Time."
Four CD set containing enough tracks to keep the boogie in your feet all night long. Includes tracks from One Direction, Wham, Jennifer Lopez, Backstreet Boys, Dolly Parton, Avril Lavigne and many others.
Are you ready to get your pump on? Whether you’re hardcore training for the track or just want to get your figure back, this is the compilation for you. This set includes 4CDs of classic tracks and up to date hits that are guaranteed to get you through the most gruelling of workouts. Get fit and don’t quit with Pure… Fitness!
Pure… Hard Rock collects 68 original hits featuring Alice Cooper ("Poison"), Deep Purple ("Smoke on the Water”), Boston ("More Than a Feeling”), Quiet Riot ("Cum on Feel the Noize”), Molly Hatchet ("Flirtin’ with Disaster”), and Journey ("Wheel in the Sky”). Tracks by Warrant, Journey, Judas Priest, Ratt, and Ted Nugent are also included on this four-disc compilation.
4 CD Compilation of the greatest 80s electronic music. Featuring: Japan, Thompson Twins, A Flock Of Seagulls, Fiction Factory, Dead Or Alive, Coldcut and many more!
This four-disc, 64-track collection includes the great artists, the greatest songs, all uniquely themed to a genre…
Pure… Jazz, a massive four-disc set from Sony in the EU, while not mistitled, is a strange, wildly haphazard selection of jazz tunes recorded between the 1930s through the 1990s by virtually all of the labels the company owns – from Columbia, Epic, OKeh, etc. While all of the artists are names – including Frank Sinatra, Nina Simone, Benny Goodman, Thelonious Monk, Miles Davis, Louis Armstrong, Weather Report, Branford Marsalis, Duke Ellington, and dozens more – and are represented by wonderful selections, it's their sequencing that is the real head-scratcher here…