|Performer:||Arne Hansen & The Guitarspellers|
|Title:||Splat! (Greatest Hits Vol. 1)|
|Style:||Rock & Roll|
|Category:||Rock / Pop|
|Other format:||DXD WMA AU MP4 AAC TTA AC3|
|A1||Someone Told Me||1:08|
|A2||Boogieman (Part 8)||1:22|
|A3||Leave Me Alone||1:28|
|A4||Johnny (Part 2)||1:50|
|B1||Can't Get Over You||1:42|
|B2||Nothing's Gonna Stop Me Now||1:16|
|B3||In Luck Again||1:11|
|B4||Fungus Among Us||1:17|
|B5||What I Wanna Do||1:22|
|THEN 008||Arne Hansen & The Guitarspellers||Splat! : Greatest Hits Vol. 1 (7", EP, Ltd, Gre)||That's Entertainment Records||THEN 008||Norway||1989|
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008. Arne Hansen & Guitarspellers. The. Splat! : Greatest Hits Vol. 1 (7", EP, Ltd, Gre). That's Entertainment Records. Category Country Year THEN 008 Norway 1989.
Greatest Hits, Vol. 1 is Rod Stewart's 1979 Warner Bros. Records best-of compilation. Hot Legs" (Rod Stewart). Maggie May" (Rod Stewart; Martin Quittenton). Da Ya Think I'm Sexy?" (Rod Stewart; Carmine Appice). You're in My Heart (The Final Acclaim)" (Rod Stewart). Sailing" (Gavin Sutherland). I Don't Want to Talk About It" (Danny Whitten). Tonight's the Night (Gonna Be Alright)" (Rod Stewart). The Killing of Georgie (Part I and II)" (Rod Stewart).
On Greatest Hits Vol 1 you will find amongst other gems "Don't Stop Believin'", "Wheel In The Sky" and "Open Arms". Both volumes will be released on 180 gram audiophile vinyl in a gatefold sleeve. 180 gram audiophile vinyl. View Complete Catalog.
At times, a greatest hits compilation is the original album release for songs that have been released as singles and charted successfully. Many of these albums surface despite the unwillingness of original artists to support them, the songwriters being embroiled in fighting record company decisions. Despite The Rolling Stones' conflicts over the control of their tracks, the band-opposed Hot Rocks 1964–1971 surfaced in December 1971, and the contentious legal issues failed to clip the wings of the record's commercial success.