The Definitive Collection [1997]

The Definitive Collection [1997]

by The Alan Parsons Project
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The Definitive Collection 4.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
RockRevolutionary More than 1 year ago
When I first purchased this compilation from Barnes & Noble I was hoping that it would have all tracks as it's listed here. But guess what?! I got the CD in the mail today & looked at all the tracks only to find that both "(The System of) Doctor Tarr & Professor Fether" & "The Raven" from the Project's debut LP "Tales of Mystery & Imagination" are not included on the copy (that I purchased from BN) of this collection of hits. How disappointing?!! BN should've noted that beforehand b/c its version doesn't have these 2 earlier songs from the group (at least mine didn't) which ulitmately fooled me. Why is really beyond me. I was kind of hoping that I wouldn't have to shell out more money to purchase these songs individually which appears I'll have no choice but to do it since they aren't my on copy of this CD collection. But that's my only gripe about this CD. The laser sound quality is still superb. It's still as definitive as any Parsons compilation gets. Most of the biggest hits are on the CD such as "Sirius/Eye In The Sky", "Games People Play", "Time", "I Robot/I Wouldn't Want To Be Like You", "Don't Let It Show", "Voyager/What Goes Up", "Damned If I Do", "Don't Answer Me" & AOR radio staple "Breakdown" are all here. Just like any "definitive" collection of songs on CD not every song these guys have released is present ("Doctor Tarr & Prof. Fether", being the Project's first ever Top 40 single, is the most glaring example.) But hey, nobody's perfect. The compilation is still worth every penny & I highly recommend it to anyone that is into progressive art-rock, even all the Coldplay fans out there.
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