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Album Review

The selections on the mid-priced 20th Century Masters — The Millennium Collection: The Best of Big Country are mostly duplicates of The Best of Big Country, but there are a couple tracks not on that more extensive compilation, including a rare Jimmy Iovine remix of "All Fall Together." The fact that Big Country was a one-hit wonder in the U.S. makes this release's audience somewhat uncertain; chances are that if you're interested enough in Big Country to purchase a best-of compilation, you'll want the more generous one. But The Millennium Collection does feature all of Big Country's big British hits, and it may be a worthy alternative for those who will be satisfied with a brief overview of the band's career.

Customer Reviews

Heavy with the early songs...

But this compilation is missing my favorite - "Just a Shadow". A good buy if you just want the highlights, but not enough if you truly loved Stuart and the Boys.

Great, But Give Us More Big Country!

Great collection of BC tunes, but there are so many more fantastic songs on other albums, please give us more selections from this incredibly underrated band. Thanks!

Where's the real version?

The 40 second instrumental intro at the beginning of the album version of "In a Big Country" is missing from this (Radio Edit). It's a better song with the intro. And why isn't the album "The Crossing" here?


Formed: 1981 in Dunfermline, Scotland

Genre: Rock

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

With their ringing, bagpipe-like guitars and the anthemic songs of frontman Stuart Adamson, Scotland's Big Country emerged as one of the most distinctive and promising new rock bands of the early '80s, scoring a major hit with their debut album, The Crossing; though the group's critical and commercial fortunes dimmed in the years to follow, they nevertheless outlasted virtually all of their contemporaries, releasing new material into the next century. The England-born Adamson formed Big Country in...
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