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Album Review

Released only in England/Europe, Greatest Hits rounds up pretty much anything that most Arrested Development fans could want from the band — which means that it leans pretty heavily on the first album, containing such hits as "Mr. Wendal" and "Tennessee," plus album cuts like "Fishin' 4 Religion" and the non-LP single "Revolution." There are also two unplugged cuts, which are OK, but the main problem with the collection is that the original version — or even the original single version — of "People Everyday" is not here, only the "Metamorphosis Radio Edit." This isn't enough to sink the collection, but it may be enough for some listeners to wait for a definitive anthology that contains all the original versions of the big hits.

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Classic music!

When music meant something besides drugs and guns!

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Arrested development every day people song

Awesomeness!!!

Come on guys ya know this the real hip hop music right here! Classic music!

Biography

Formed: 1988 in Atlanta, GA

Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

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

One of the major success stories of 1992, Arrested Development are a progressive rap collective fusing soul, blues, hip-hop, and Sly & the Family Stone-influenced funk with political, socially conscious lyrics. The group was founded in the late '80s by rapper Speech and DJ Headliner, who decided to make the transition to a more positive, Afrocentric viewpoint after hearing Public Enemy. Arrested Development's debut album took its title from the amount of time it took the group to secure a record...
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