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Csongrád megye / Magyarország
EREDETI CD KIVÁLÓ ÁLLAPOTBAN. 2001.
TERMÉKET CSAK A PÉNZ BEÉRKEZÉSE UTÁN POSTÁZOK. SZEMÉLYES ÁTVÉTEL SZEGEDEN.
It seems like only yesterday when those fresh-faced bad-boys burst into the charts with their angst-filled pop anthem "Slam Dunk Da Funk" -- four years later they are no more, and so follows the inevitable Greatest Hits collection. Back in 1998, it wasn't until the laid-back third single "Got the Feelin'" hit the top three that the boys released their self-titled debut and propelled themselves into pop superstardom. From then followed a host of pop classics borrowing from rock, rap, soul and dance--giving the boys three number ones with "Keep on Movin'", "We Will Rock You" (from Invincible) and "Let's Dance" (from Kingsize). Always pitching themselves as the antithesis of "wet" boy bands, their Greatest Hits is a touch light on the ballad side of things. However, the delicate "Until the Time Is Through" and the poignant "Closer to Me" do raise a smile (and a tear) or two, but for the best part it's fists in the air, hard-rocking, good-time pop.
Greatest Hits is the first compilation album by English boy band Five. It was released in the United Kingdom through RCA Records on 19 November 2001, just three months after the release of their third studio album, Kingsize. "Closer to Me" and "Rock the Party" was released as double single on United Kingdom and Ireland. The album was executively produced by Simon Cowell and Richard "Biff" Stannard. In other countries, the songs were released as separate singles. The songs was included in the previous album Kingsize (2001).
The album features thirteen of the band's fifteen singles, excluding "How Do Ya Feel", and the international-only release "Don't Fight It Baby", as well as two popular B-sides, two brand new remixes, and the original track, "Set Me Free", which was recorded during the Kingsize album sessions. The album peaked at number nine on the UK Albums Chart, as well as being certified platinum by the BPI. The album was executively produced by Simon Cowell and Richard "Biff" Stannard.