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The Great Pretenders - Various - The Songs That Made Them Famous (CD)

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  1. The Great Pretenders ambitiously reflects the depth, variety, and musical/compositional interplay between these three distinct individuals. It’s also probably the only record you’ll hear this year that features both Brian Wilson and Arctic Monkeys’ Alex Turner as guests – indeed, its entire song cycle teems with that kind of surprising discovery.
  2. The word obscure doesn't aptly describe the Pretenders' brief association with the recording industry. Their recordings were virtually unknown until the reissue of various albums of Carnival Records recordings. The only Carnival acts to receive any e read more. top albums.
  3. Listen online to The Platters - The Great Pretender and see which albums it appears on. Scrobble songs and get recommendations on other tracks and artists. Various Artists. 3, listeners · tracks Play album.
  4. Buy the CD album for £ and get the MP3 version for mismyorhinsentdhivun.merolmimordelararetergioluti.infoinfo not apply to gift orders. Provided by Amazon EU Sàrl. See Terms and Conditions for important information about costs that may apply for the MP3 version in case of returns and cancellations. Complete your purchase of the CD album to save the MP3 version to your Amazon music library/5().
  5. The Pretenders' hit songs include " Brass in Pocket " (), " Talk of the Town " (), " Message of Love " (), " Back on the Chain Gang " (), " Middle of the Road " (), " Miles " (), " Don't Get Me Wrong " (), " My Baby " (), and " I'll Stand by You " ().
  6. No WSM-logo. Track 5: Remix & additional production for Empire Management. Tracks 1, 4, ℗ Warner Music UK Ltd. Original version available on the album Pretenders. Tracks 2, 6: ℗ Warner Music UK Ltd. Original version available on the album Pretenders II. Tracks 3, ℗ Warner Music UK Ltd. Original version available on the album Get Close/5(13).
  7. Oct 21,  · > What was the most famous song by The Pretenders? I would have to agree with Reuben Wilder and say Brass in Pocket is probably their most famous song. In my opinion though, it is amoung the weakest songs on their stellar first album. "The Wait".
  8. Double Life: The Great Pretender. but they're the greatest hits," Simon says of the songs the group popularizes. "We're not stars. in a sense, they were the great pretenders. But it was.
  9. "Mini Mansions," while great in it's own right, went off and felt more like a trip through a dream at times than an album and, while that itself is good, "Great Pretenders" is just a thoroughly good piece of straightforward work that still somehow manages to keep many of the frills of the first album/5(37).

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