dealselton john's greatest hits: elton john: mp3…

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Gold, simply gold. No one compares to Sir Elton.

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I’m really happy for you, and Imma let you finish but Marvin Gaye had one of the best greatest hits albums of all time

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@joymonkey: For those who want to see this SNL/Timberlake spoof, but don't want to go to the questionable site that @joymokey listed, you can fiind it on youtube : http://youtu.be/jLR0do3mWtA

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It's technically Volume 1 of the greatest hits. You'd need to get Volume 2 to get "Someone saved my Life Tonight", "Tiny Dancer" and some other classics. Although, you could just bypass both of these old 1992 mastered volumes and get the most recent definitive collection remastered from 2002 (Elton John - Greatest Hits 1970-2002) that has all the songs from volume 1&2 + thirteen additional tracks. That's the version I'll be getting, Thank you very much.

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@jay3120: Thank you! I forgot that site existed. Now to load up on some vinyl.

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@jcmason: One thing about the excellent song "Tiny Dancer" is that it did not become very popular until Almost Famous.

It was always a popular but somewhat obscure song-even though it did make V2, which was a 1992 release.

This V1 was a 1974 release. I checked....I did not realize V1 was that long ago. Time flies.