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Old 10-22-07, 11:10 PM
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Goo Goo Dolls - Greatest Hits Volume One The Singles 11/13/07

1. Name
2. Iris
3. Slide
4. Broadway
5. Black Balloon
6. Dizzy
7. Here Is Gone
8. Big Machine
9. Sympathy
10. Better Days
11. Stay With You
12. Let Love In
13. Before It's Too Late
14. Feel The Silence - (remix)
1995's A Boy Named Goo
1998's Dizzy Up The Girl/City of Angels Soundtrack
1998's Dizzy Up The Girl
1998's Dizzy Up The Girl
1998's Dizzy Up The Girl
1998's Dizzy Up The Girl
2002's Gutterflower
2002's Gutterflower
2002's Gutterflower
2005's Let Love In
2005's Let Love In
2005's Let Love In
2007's Transformers Soundtrack
Original on 2005's Let Love In
There are plans for a Volume Two to follow in early 2008, consisting of rarities, B-sides, and new covers.
Old 10-22-07, 11:29 PM
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Excellent news another 90's band i'm a casual fan of, never picked up any of there cd's in the past, so will definately pick this up especially since 3 of my faves from them is on this collection..

Big Machine
Let Love In
Better Days
Old 10-23-07, 12:42 AM
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They got a ton of b-sides and rarities. Waiting for volume 2. I can't stand so many ballads...
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I'm surprised 'Long Way Down' isn't on there from their first.

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Originally Posted by Tarantino
I'm surprised 'Long Way Down' isn't on there from their first.

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That's the only Goo song I like. Also no Naked (either Japanese or US version) is strange.
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Originally Posted by Tarantino
I'm surprised 'Long Way Down' isn't on there from their first.
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Actually, that's from their fifth album - Goo Goo Dolls, Jed, Hold Me Up and Superstar Carwash all preceded it - but otherwise, I agree with you. Only one track off of A Boy Named Goo seems harsh.

There were far more singles/hits than just "Name" from that album. As you stated, there's "Long Way Down", but also "Only One" (which was the first single off that album, and was released twice), "Ain't That Unusual" and "Naked" (which, DVD Josh pointed out, too).

Maybe it's because they already released a collection of material from the earlier albums in What I Learned About Ego, Opinion, Art & Commerce, and some of those tracks are already on it, but still, that disc had like 21 songs, and this one's got only 14. They could easily fit another 3 or 4 tracks on there.

There's also some other singles/non album tracks from movie soundtracks that could've made it onto this collection, too - like "Lazy Eye" from the Batman & Robin soundtrack.

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Originally Posted by Rocketdog2000

There's also some other singles/non album tracks from movie soundtracks that could've made it onto this collection, too - like "Lazy Eye" from the Batman & Robin soundtrack.
That soundtrack is as good as the movie itself was bad.
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Originally Posted by DVD Josh
That's the only Goo song I like. Also no Naked (either Japanese or US version) is strange.

That's probably why this is "Greatest Hits Volume One."
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Originally Posted by DVD Josh
That soundtrack is as good as the movie itself was bad.

Only too true.

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