100 Songs, 4 Hours 41 Minutes


Ratings and Reviews

Bdsukami ,


Great album at a great price

The Faithful Penguin ,

Great album that is a bargain at £4.99 for 100 tracks.

Pay no attention to the 1 star review by
Karisque_Dreamwyn (Campee)

There is only 1 track on this album that is not from the Sixties.
The song “Sunday Morning Comin’ Down” was written by Kris Kristofferson and used on his own album called “Kristofferson” and it was released in 1970.
The same track “Sunday Morning Comin’ Down” was also on the album called “Have a Little Talk With Myself” by Ray Stevens which was released in 1969.

The album is called 100 Hits: The Best Sixties Album...
... the track “Moonlight, Music and You” by Laura Greene was released in 1967 but it was never a hit.
It was only after being used in a KFC advert many years later that it became a commercial success.
There is the odd track here and there that were released in 1959 but they were still in the charts in 1960.

Personally I think it’s a great album and it’s a steal at £4.99 for 100 tracks.

Karisque_Dreamwynn(Campee) regularly leaves reviews/comments... the majority are either wrong, crass or obtuse.

Karisque_Dreamwyn (Campee) ,

The '60s are the best but this album ruins it.

I love '60s songs so much but this album gets it all wrong by putting '70s songs on there instead of the '60s. This is a dross. Not a good '60s album at all.