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Album Review

Playlist is a budget-priced 14-track collection featuring several hits by the Hooters: "All You Zombies," "And We Danced," "Day by Day," and "500 Miles." Ultimately, this collection isn't as detailed as Sony's The Definitive Collection, but it's still a good bargain for the budget conscious., Rovi

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A really great 'Best of....' album

All of your favorites on one album for a very low price. What an iconic late 80's band that truly had their own sound.

Biography

Formed: 1978 in Philadelphia, PA

Genre: Rock

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

Best remembered for a string of mid-'80s hits including the MTV staple "And We Danced," Philadelphia rockers the Hooters were led by singer/keyboardist Rob Hyman and singer/guitarist Eric Bazilian, whose longtime creative partnership also yielded hits for artists including Cyndi Lauper and Joan Osborne. Hyman and Bazilian first teamed in the group Baby Grand, which also included future producer Rick Chertoff; after a pair of LPs for Arista, the band dissolved in 1978, with the Hooters forming soon...
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  • $7.99
  • Genres: Rock, Music, Pop, Pop/Rock
  • Released: Jan 31, 2012

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