Elvis Costello - The Very Best Of (2001) FLAC

Elvis Costello - The Very Best Of (2001) FLAC
Artist: Elvis Costello
Title: The Very Best Of
Year Of Release: 2001
Label: Rhino
Genre: Rock
Quality: FLAC (image + .cue)
Total Time: 02:34:54
Total Size: 994 mb


Disc: 1
1. (What's So Funny 'Bout) Peace, Love and Understanding?
2. Oliver's Army
3. Watching the Detectives
4. Alison
5. (I Don't Want to Go to) Chelsea
6. Accidents Will Happen
7. Pump It Up
8. I Can't Stand Up for Falling Down
9. Radio, Radio
10. Clubland
11. Good Year for the Roses
12. Man Out of Time
13. I Wanna Be Loved
14. Everyday I Write the Book
15. Brilliant Mistake
16. Other Side of Summer
17. Tokyo Storm Warning
18. Sulky Girl
19. So Like Candy
20. Veronica
21. She

Disc: 2
1. Big Tears
2. Beyond Belief
3. Lipstick Vogue
4. Green Shirt
5. Pills and Soap
6. Tramp the Dirt Down
7. Shipbuilding
8. High Fidelity
9. New Lace Sleeves
10. (The Angels Wanna Wear My) Red Shoes
11. Talking in the Dark
12. New Amsterdam
13. I Hope You're Happy Now
14. Riot Act
15. My Funny Valentine
16. Indoor Fireworks
17. Almost Blue
18. I Want You
19. God Give Me Strength
20. That Day Is Done
21. I Want to Vanish

Elvis Costello seems to have an aversion to presenting his work in a logical, comprehensive fashion, if the double-disc The Very Best of Elvis Costello is any indication. Like its predecessor, Girls Girls Girls, it sprawls over two discs, with very little regard to chronology or style, baffling and enticing listeners in equal measure. Although there are certainly some terrific songs missing, it's hard to argue with much of what's here (with the notable exception of the cuts here to lure in collectors -- the Charles Aznavour cover of "She," first heard in Notting Hill, and a version of "That Day Is Done," recorded with the Fairfield Four, featured on their 1997 album). So, as a reasonably thorough, albeit scattershot, overview, this works pretty well, since the music itself is good, even if it doesn't make sense when presented in this fashion (if it was intended to illustrate Costello's stylistic sweep, it winds up as counterproductive, since it's confusing in this fashion, not enticing). Still, the curious will prefer the single-disc sampler, The Very Best of Elvis Costello and the Attractions, since it's not only more concise, it illustrates Costello's depth and range equally well. And if you want to dig deeper after hearing that, the original albums are worth any fan's time.

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