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Album Review

Best of Exile is a ten-track budget-priced collection that features some of their biggest hits, including "Stay with Me," "You Thrill Me," "Kiss You All Over," "Heart and Soul," "Never Gonna Stop," and "The Closer You Get." Although this isn't a bad budget-priced disc, there are far better Exile collections available, offering more songs and better sound for not much more money.

Customer Reviews

Best Of Exile

This version of "Kiss You All Over" is the original 1978 version.


"Kiss You All Over" is a great song. I personally know J.P.'s daughter Jessie, and let's just say that talent runs through the family!

Finally, the original version of Kiss You all Over

Be careful and don't get the version on the iTunes "Best of the 70's" that's a totally different version with a different singer, was finally glad to find the ORIGINAL version. Don't know the rest of the album sorry, wasn't into that kinda stuff when this came out. I'm only giving five stars for the Original version of Kiss You all Over.


Formed: 1963 in Lexington, KY

Genre: Country

Years Active: '60s, '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Among rock listeners, Exile is remembered as the one-hit wonder responsible for 1978's number one smash "Kiss You All Over." However, in the early '80s, the Kentucky-bred band reinvented itself as a country outfit -- and a hugely successful one at that. Exile was actually formed all the way back in 1963 in Berea, KY, by singer/guitarist J.P. Pennington, the son of onetime Coon Creek Girl Lily May Ledford. At that time, they were a rock & roll combo known as the Exiles, and got their first exposure...
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