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Customer Reviews

Ripoff to the consumers!

I love Gerry and The Pacemakers but I refuse to purchase songs that are not the original recordings. This goes for many other bands and artists. What is wrong with ITUNES and all these bands that keep shoving horrible re-recordings at the paying customers and do they really think they can get away with this much more?

We want the original recordings and for what we pay, we should get just that. I think I'll start buying and downloading my music from another music site. ITUNES costs too much anyway, and doesn't always give you what you pay for. This album is a perfect example.

Forget It

This was sent with my iTunes Alerts. How disrespectfull of Apple to try to sell me lousy re-recordings of cherished tunes. Demand the originals, always.


Yes, the ARE re-recordings!! They are the original artist on some of the songs, true, but they are not the original VERSIONS. Thats the problem. To the person who is claiming that the reviewers don't know what they are talking about, it is true that some of them are simply covers, and that is fine, but many are indeed re-recordings of the artists own songs and when you are used to the orignal versions this simply is not the same.


Formed: 1959 in Liverpool, England

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '50s, '60s

As unfathomable as it seems from the distance of over 40 years, for a few months, Gerry & the Pacemakers were the Beatles' nearest competitors in Britain. Managed (like the Beatles) by Brian Epstein, Gerry Marsden and his band burst out of the gate with three consecutive number one U.K. hits in 1963, "How Do You Do It," "I Like It," and "You'll Never Walk Alone." If the Beatles defined Merseybeat at its best in early 1963, Gerry & the Pacemakers defined the form at its most innocuous, performing...
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