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A three-disc set released by Universal International, Motown Greatest Hits is a wonderful collection that combines the obvious Motown hits with material a little less at the center of the label's patented 1960's sound. Rick James ' "Superfreak" and Billy Preston 's "With You I'm Born Again" are just two of the titles mixed in here that give this anthology a more comprehensive feel than the usual Motown compilations. Relatively uncommon tracks like "I Hear a Symphony" by the Isley Brothers , and the movie theme song "Ben" by Michael Jackson are also included, adding to the historical sweep of this boxed set.

The Mancunian four-piece packed their debut with spellbinding pop melodies like this, influencing a generation of Brit-poppers.

Four songs are new to the album: " When God-Fearin' Women Get the Blues ", " Blessed ", " Where Would You Be " and " Concrete Angel ". All of these were released as singles, with "Blessed" reaching number 1 on the Hot Country Songs charts and the other three all reaching top 10.

A beautiful girl walks down the street and gains the attention of Michael Jackson and Chris Tucker . They follow her and get in trouble.

When Rhino Records reissued the entire Monkees catalog during 1995, this and all previous Monkees compilations were deleted. The song selection was largely repeated on Rhino's own Monkees Greatest Hits collection, though not all the versions presented were the same.

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