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Solid Collection...

Probably not the songs I'd pick exactly, but it's hard to go wrong with the Rembrandts. Let's face it, they've put out a lot of great songs over the years. It's nice that they threw in a few Great Buildings songs. Too bad I'd can't buy them separately. And it's too bad they just don't reissue the whole Great Buildings album. It's a classic. Heck, they could have just made this a "History of Danny Wilde" collection and thrown in some songs by The Quick. Nice!

i'll be there for you

this album is not good at all! the only good song is i'll be there for you.

Good album

I bought it. It was greta. I liked it. Yay,.

Biography

Formed: 1990

Genre: Rock

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

Even though they became best known for recording "I'll Be There for You," the theme song to the smash NBC sitcom Friends, the Rembrandts were actually rather successful back in 1990 with their self-titled debut album, which produced a Top 20 hit in "Just the Way It Is, Baby." The duo of songwriter Danny Wilde and Phil Solem, both originally in the Los Angeles band Great Buildings, forged a Beatles-tinged brand of pop/rock with ringing guitars and fresh harmonies that found favor with radio programmers...
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