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Album Review

Two years after 2004's excellent Ultimate Survivor anthology, The Best of Survivor doesn't necessarily come close to besting its predecessor, but it does a good job of trimming away the fat and delivering only their biggest chart hits. Both of their contributions from the excellent series of Rocky movies — "Eye of the Tiger" and the lesser-known but equally rousing "Burning Heart" — are here, as well as their adult contemporary power ballads "High on You," "The Search Is Over," and "Is This Love." This may not be the definitive survey of the band's career, but those looking for just the hits will be spoiled by the delights found in this compilation.

Biography

Formed: 1978 in Chicago, IL

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Survivor's brand of melodic, hard, album-oriented rock netted the group several hits during the 1980s, including two smash themes from Rocky films, but never quite matched the success or consistency of contemporaries like Foreigner. Survivor was founded in 1978 by guitarist/keyboardist Jim Peterik (formerly the lead singer of the Ides of March) with guitarist Frankie Sullivan; the two recruited lead singer Dave Bickler and recorded a self-titled debut album as a trio with...
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