Eagles Greatest Hits, Vol. 2

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Eagles Greatest Hits, Vol. 2
Greatest hits album by Eagles
Released November 13, 1982
Recorded 1975–1980
Genre Rock
Length 46:40
Label Asylum
Producer Bill Szymczyk
Eagles chronology
Eagles Live
(1980)
Eagles Greatest Hits, Vol. 2
(1982)
The Very Best of the Eagles
(1994)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 4/5 stars link
Robert Christgau B−[1]

Eagles Greatest Hits, Vol. 2 is the second compilation album by the Eagles. It features many of their biggest hits not on Their Greatest Hits (1971–1975), including "Hotel California", their signature song. The album was released in 1982, by which time the band had already broken up. That same year, Don Henley and Glenn Frey both released their debut solo albums.

The compilation features 8 combined tracks from Hotel California and The Long Run as well as "After the Thrill Is Gone", an album track from One of These Nights, and "Seven Bridges Road", the single from 1980's Eagles Live. The album has sold over 11 million copies in the U.S. alone since its release.

Track listing[edit]

Side One
No. Title Writer(s) Album Length
1. "Hotel California"   Don Felder/Don Henley/Glenn Frey Hotel California 6:29
2. "Heartache Tonight"   Don Henley/Glenn Frey/Bob Seger/J.D. Souther The Long Run 4:25
3. "Seven Bridges Road"   Steve Young Eagles Live 2:58
4. "Victim of Love"   Don Felder/Don Henley/Glenn Frey/J.D. Souther Hotel California 4:10
5. "The Sad Café"   Don Henley/Glenn Frey/Joe Walsh/J.D. Souther The Long Run 5:32
Side Two
No. Title Writer(s) Album Length
6. "Life in the Fast Lane"   Don Henley/Glenn Frey/Joe Walsh Hotel California 4:45
7. "I Can't Tell You Why"   Timothy B. Schmit/Don Henley/Glenn Frey The Long Run 4:54
8. "New Kid in Town"   Don Henley/Glenn Frey/J.D. Souther Hotel California 5:04
9. "The Long Run"   Don Henley/Glenn Frey The Long Run 3:42
10. "After the Thrill Is Gone"   Don Henley/Glenn Frey One of These Nights 4:41

Charts[edit]

Album - Billboard (North America)

Year Chart Position
1982 Pop Albums 52

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