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20th Century Masters - The Millennium Collection: The Best of Robert Palmer

Robert Palmer

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Album Review

MCA's 20th Century Masters — The Millennium Collection is a good, basic collection of Robert Palmer's biggest hits, including "Sneaking Sally (Through the Alley)," "Bad Case of Lovin' You," "Can We Still Be Friends," "Looking for Clues," "Some Guys Have All the Luck," "Addicted to Love," and "I Didn't Mean to Turn You On." Although there are a couple of hits and good album tracks missing, this has enough of the hits to make it worthwhile for casual listeners on a budget.

Customer Reviews

Huh?

How is this a good collection without "Simply Irresistible"? Huh, huh?

Where's the VIDEOS?

Man, this music rocks! But the videos were classic and what burned the music into my soul. Can we please have the music videos to these hot hits, please?!

20th Century Masters - Robert Palmer

Robert Palmer's "Addicted to Love" video made such an impact on the music industry in my opinion. So much so that Shania Twain answered it with "Man! I Feel Like a Woman" video. My goal is to have both videos in my iPod collection. I have Shania's please make Robert Palmer's video available.

Biography

Born: January 19, 1949 in Batley, England

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '60s, '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s

The career of blue-eyed soul singer Robert Palmer was a study in style versus substance. While the performer's earliest work won praise for its skillful assimilation of rock, R&B, and reggae sounds, his records typically sold poorly, and he achieved his greatest notoriety as an impeccably dressed lounge lizard. By the mid-'80s, however, Palmer became a star, although his popularity owed less to the strength of his material than to his infamous music videos: taking their cue from the singer's...
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