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Greatest Hits II

Diamond Rio

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Album Review

Diamond Rio released their first Greatest Hits in 1997 and Greatest Hits, Vol. 2 followed in 2006. Not surprisingly, it concentrates on the nine years between the two albums, although it does reach back to 1996 for "That's What I Get for Loving You" and contains no less than four new songs ("God Only Cries," "Redneck Love Gone Bad," "Over You," "In God We Still Trust"), which is a lot for a 13-track collection. It also doesn't have every charting single they've had since the last Greatest Hits, but the missing tunes — "I Know How the River Feels," "Stuff," "That's Just That," "We All Fall Down" — either barely made it into the country Top 40 or didn't crack it at all, so they're not missed much at all. So, this winds up as a good overview of Diamond Rio's second decade, containing their big songs from 1998-2003 — "Unbelievable," "You're Gone," "One More Day," "Sweet Summer," "Beautiful Mess," and "I Believe" — which makes it a good supplement to the first hits set.

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AWESOME

Diamond Rio is definately the best country band ever.

Worth the wait

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Great!

i loved this album the first time i heard it!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! = ]

Biography

Formed: 1984

Genre: Country

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

Diamond Rio found major commercial success in the '90s by playing an eclectic hybrid of modern country, traditional bluegrass (especially in their harmony singing), and a hint of rock & roll. The band was composed of Marty Roe (lead vocals, guitar), Jimmy Olander (guitar, banjo), Gene Johnson (mandolin, vocals), Dan Truman (keyboards), Dana Williams (bass), and Brian Prout (drums). Roe had already been touring professionally since age 12, when he was a member of Windsong, and Olander had previously...
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