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Wow

Definitely getting your money's worth here.
World of our own hits me like no other song with goosebumps and tingles. Thanks for the memories. I've gone from 18-31 with the boys. They did a great job!!

Westlife

An amazing album by an amazing band.

Fantastic Fans Collection

This is a brilliant album with all the best of Westlife and then some. Lots of Greatest Hits can disappoint with one or two tracks not appearing but this is definitely not one of them! The Deluxe version is fantastic value for money and a truly fitting way for Westlife to say goodbye to their fans - thank you!!

Biography

Formed: Dublin, Ireland

Genre: Pop

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

Formed in Dublin in 1998, Westlife followed in the tradition of European boy bands like Take That and Boyzone. The group performed ballads and club-worthy pop songs for a devoted European audience, becoming one of the continent's most successful bands in the process. Although they never managed to find American success, Westlife released six platinum-selling records in the U.K. and eventually sold more than 40 million albums worldwide,...
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Westlife - Greatest Hits (Deluxe Edition), Westlife
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  • £12.99
  • Genres: Pop, Music, Electronic, Dance, Pop/Rock, Rock
  • Released: 18 November 2011

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