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When the art rock supergroup Asia broke up in 1986, it left a hole in FM radio that few artists have dared to fall into. The band's crafty, complex, and often indulgent pop confections won it international acclaim and brought progressive rock into the mainstream. The Best of Asia: The Millennium Collection is a digitally remastered cornucopia of '80s standards like "Heat of the Moment,""Only Time Will Tell," and "The Smile Has Left You Eyes." While by no means as thorough as 2002's Anthologia: 20th Anniversary Geffen Years Collection, 1982-1990, the slimmed-down Millennium Collection is devoid of filler and serves as a terrific entry point for the uninitiated.

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South Park is lame.

The person that said the only good song on the album is "Heat of the moment" only bought the album because some cartoon character sang it.That explains alot about where the person is coming from.This is a very good representation of Asia's best work.If you're looking to get your feet wet on Asia this cd is a good place to start.

Awesome band...

If you dont like this band go listen to your Natasha Beddingfield crap (Jake)

Excellent CD

A good introduction to Asia. It doesn't have everything but it's a very good greatest hits collection.

Biography

Formed: January, 1981 in England

Genre: Rock

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

When they appeared in the early '80s, Asia seemed to be a holdover from the '70s, when supergroups and self-important progressive rockers reigned supreme. Featuring members of such seminal art rock bands as King Crimson (John Wetton), Emerson, Lake & Palmer (Carl Palmer), and Yes (Steve Howe), as well as Geoff Downes from the Buggles, Asia did feature stretches of indulgent instrumentals on their records. However, they also could be...
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