Discussion in 'Comeback corner' started by bonnieetclyde, Dec 3, 2021.
Destinys Child (outwith The Writings on the Wall)
Oh Yes! How could I forget! I’ve never liked a Destiny’s Child album but their greatest hits is immaculate.
Richard Marx. His two "main" studio albums went to the great charity shop in the sky but I really like, and have still got, his 1997 Greatest Hits.
Three of them haven't released Greatest Hits though?
Haha, I was thinking about their future greatest hits albums (or current Best Of Playlists).
With streaming and playlists taking over I doubt this is ever happening honestly ddd. But if anyone is deserving of one, it's her.
Whitney Houston is the perfect example of this for me - voice from the Lord, incredible singles, and mostly forgettable album tracks.
Oh, I think My Love is Your Love and I Look to You are great albums.
And I love the debut.
Dare I say it, but this was a better listen than her early studio albums which all had their fare share of filler:
Forever yes, the first 2 are untouchable.
I’m not a big fan of most of their non-singles songs, except for a few really good ones like Something Kinda Funny which I love.
Travis are the ultimate example of a Greatest Hits act for me, even though their actual singles collection wasn’t perfect (they should have waited a bit longer, I think). I love a lot of their singles, but a whole studio album? Meh.
I’d also like to say that the Backstreet Boys’ first Greatest Hits collection (European Edition) is all killer, no filler. Their albums? Patchy.
Whitney's first two albums are no filler classics. Let's not!
When it came out I remember looking at the track list and thinking it was too heavy with tracks from I’m Not Dead and Funhouse, whereas Try This was severely unrepresented, and obviously leaving off Most Girls was a choice indeed.
Whitney has I know him so hell and WH has far too many dreary duets. The highs are so high that you kind of feel like everything is that standard in hindsight.
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