Was Ratt 81 - 91 for me.
Here is Aus we never had massive exposure to Ratt.
I recall hearing Casey Kasem playing Round & Round on the radio, but I never really pursued them much,
Bought that GHits and really liked pretty much all of the songs on it. Then I explored the albums and didn't find too much more I was all that interested in.
Like Glenn, I tend to save them for bands I am not a die hard fan of. Eagles, John Lennon, Fleetwood Mac, Dr. Hook, etc Love the bands and the music, but happy to stick with the hits pretty much
over the years I've only ever really bought greatest hits albums of bands I wasn't massively into. Where I just wanted the 'singles' or best songs (mostly )
bands like Queen, Thin Lizzy, REO, Motorhead, Deep Purple etc.
For a band like HEAT it's a no brainer to just buy everything cos 95% of their songs are awesome.
meh, we all like different songs.
I generally find that most greatest hits albums contain a bunch of songs that I'm not a huge fan of and some songs I really love are shunned.
Certainly not trying to convince anyone here that HEAT chose the wrong songs. Just putting my 2c in
Yeah Eye of the storm is probably one of the best songs on the new album. Agree with you on Laughing at tomorrow.. I remember being so keen to hear it based on the studio session videos they were uploading for the album, but it just didn't work at all for me when I finally heard it. Such a weak ending to the album