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The dreWid said:Idea: no greatest hits colection. A collection of unreleased weezer songs.
I was replying to your "digital age" question and how Greatest Hits discs stay relevant. Grandma's don't know how to digitally gift on iTunes. And no Greatest Hits collection for Weezer would ever be 25 tracks....probably 15, but no more. They don't have that many huge hits, let alone, # 1's
Dungeon Master said:it appears you didn't comprehend a single thing I said.
Gregor =w= Langbehn said:It seems Greatest Hits discs are for people shopping in Target, Wal-Mart, Best Buy, etc....that remember hearing someone they know like weezer, so they see a greatest hits cd, and buy as a gift for them.
The other use they are for, are for Top 40 fans. Listeners that don't actually get into anything and don't have a favorite band, unlike all of us on here have.
Dungeon Master said:probably pretty close, but they might scale it down a little and mix up the track order.
got to ask yourself though, in the digital age what use is a greatest hits package??? besides the one song unreleased song (which most of will d/l for free) the set really offers nothing to weezer fans and little to the casual fans. you buy things ala cart on itunes, so there is really little this type of package could hold.
The dreWid said:1. Undone (The Sweater Song) 2. Buddy Holly
3. Say It Ain't So
4. El Scorcho
5. The Good Life
6. Pink Triangle
7. Hash Pipe
8. Island in the Sun
10. Dope Nose
11. Keep Fishin'
12. Beverly Hills
13. We Are All On Drugs
14. Perfect Situation
15. This Is Such A Pity16. Pork and Beans17. Troublemaker
18. The Greatest Man That Ever Lived
20. (If You're Wondering If I Want You To) I Want You To
21. I'm Your Daddy
22.Trippin' Down The Freeway
24. Memories25. Hang On
26. Unreleased Bonus Track
That's probably what it would be :(
1. Sandwiches Time
Seriously? Why even waste the brain power on this? A greatest hits package isn't given much thought. It simply re-packages all the songs that were hits and sometimes includes a few bonus tracks so that die-hard fans will buy it.
Greatest hits cd's suck