How Greatest Hits Albums Go Wrong, Part 1: An Introduction

As a music snob, I’m supposed to hate greatest hits albums. But there’s too much music and too little time and money in the world to dig in the crates for every artist that catches my interest. Greatest hits albums make life better.

Except when they don’t. Here’s how greatest hits turn into greatest not hits, or “misses,” if you’re into that whole cliché pun thing.


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5 responses to “How Greatest Hits Albums Go Wrong, Part 1: An Introduction

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