Greatest Hits (Great White album)

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Greatest Hits
Greatest hits album by Great White
Released 5 June 2001
Recorded 1981-2000
Genre Hard rock
Length 76:38
Label EMI / Capitol
Producer Kevin Flaherty
Great White chronology
Rock Champions
(2000)
Greatest Hits
(2001)
Recover
(2002)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 4/5 stars [1]

Greatest Hits is a compilation album released by the American hard rock band Great White in 2001. The album is perhaps the most widely available greatest hits package from the band, who have had several packages released, many without their express consent. This particular collection features a live version of the track "Desert Moon", which the band were performing when the fire with killed 100 of their fans and their guitarist Ty Longley, started. Like many artists of the late 80s, including Ratt and Poison, the band recorded an unplugged session for MTV which was not subsequently released. A track from the MTV Unplugged session is included in this album.

The album was digitally remastered by Dave McEowen at Capitol Mastering.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Stick It" (Mark Kendall, Jack Russell, Gary Holland, Lorne Black, Alan Niven) - 4:00 (from the album Great White)
  2. "Rock Me" (M. Kendall, J. Russell, A. Niven, Michael Lardie) - 7:18 (from the album Once Bitten...)
  3. "Face the Day" (Blues Mix) (John Brewster, Bernard Neeson, Rick Brewster) - 7:04 (from the album Shot in the Dark)
  4. "Save Your Love" (Jerry Lynn Williams, J. Russell) - 4:33 (from the album Once Bitten...)
  5. "Once Bitten, Twice Shy" (Ian Hunter) - 5:25 (from the album ...Twice Shy)
  6. "Wasted Rock Ranger" (C. Michael Baker) - 3:06 (B-side of the single "Once Bitten, Twice Shy")
  7. "Mista Bone" (M. Kendall, A. Niven, Audie Desbrow, Tony Montana) - 5:13 (from the album ...Twice Shy)
  8. "The Angel Song" (M. Kendall, A. Niven) - 4:54 (from the album ...Twice Shy)
  9. "House of Broken Love" (live) (J. Russell, A. Niven, M. Lardie) - 6:09 (from the album Live In London)
  10. "Babe, I'm Gonna Leave You" (live) (Robert Plant, Jimmy Page, Anne Bredon) - 7:18 (recorded live on MTV Unplugged, 5 June 1990)
  11. "Desert Moon" (live) (M. Lardie, A. Niven, M. Kendall, J. Russell) - 4:22 (from the album Live in New York)
  12. "Call It Rock 'n Roll" (T. Montana, M. Lardie, A. Niven, J. Russell, M. Kendall) - 3:57 (from the album Hooked)
  13. "Old Rose Motel" (M. Lardie, A. Niven) - 7:23 (from the album Psycho City)
  14. "Big Goodbye" (M. Kendall, A. Niven, J. Russell) - 5:56 (from the album Psycho City)

Line-Up[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Ruhlmann, William. "Great White Greatest Hits review". Allmusic. Rovi Corporation. Retrieved 2011-08-19.