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Patty Smyth - Greatest Hits album mp3
Album Rock,Contemporary Pop/Rock
  • Performer:
    Patty Smyth
  • Title:
    Greatest Hits
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  • Style:
    Album Rock,Contemporary Pop/Rock
  • Date of release:
    September 8, 1998
  • Size FLAC version
    1345 megabytes
  • Size MP3 version
    1955 megabytes
  • Size WMA version
    1999 megabytes
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Patty Smyth: Greatest Hits. English Español Italiano Deutsch Français Brasileiro Português 日本語 한국어. Company.

Patty Smyth in April 2011 during the Tribeca Film Festival Vanity Fair party. Her debut album Never Enough was well received, and generated a pair of Top 40 hits. In the early 1990s she again reached the Top 10 with the hit single "Sometimes Love Just Ain't Enough," a duet with Don Henley. She performed and co-wrote with James Ingram the song "Look What Love Has Done" for the 1994 motion picture Junior. Patty Smyth (1992) No. 47 . Greatest Hits – Featuring Scandal (1998). Come On December (2015).

Patty Smyth - Greatest Hits Featuring Scandal - Patty Smyth CD AUVG The Fast.

Biography by Stephen Thomas Erlewine. Singer whose first taste of stardom came as the frontwoman for '80s group Scandal.

BPM Profile Patty Smyth. Album starts at BPM, ends at BPM (+0), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by Patty Smyth. Get the Tempo of more than 6 Million songs.

Patty Smyth's 80's Pop Hits album. 1. The Warrior Lyrics. Patty Smyth Lyrics provided by SongLyrics. Lyricapsule: The Surfaris Drop ‘Wipe Out’; June 22, 1963. RIFF’d: Nas’ ‘Nasir’. Lyricapsule: The Byrds Drop ‘Mr. Tambourine Man’; June 21, 1965.

Patricia Smyth (born June 26, 1957) is an American singer and songwriter. She first came into national attention in the band: Scandal. She went on to record and perform on her own. Her distinctive voice and New Wave image gained broad exposure through video recordings aired on cable music video channels such as MTV. In the early 1990s she again reached the Top 10 with the hit single "Sometimes Love Just Ain't Enough," a duet with Don Henley


John Agnello - Vocals (Background)
Rusty Anderson - Guitar
Lisandro Arias - Guiro
Kenny Aronoff - Drums
Eric Bazilian - Guitar, Vocals (Background)
Roy Bittan - Keyboards, Producer
Glen Burtnik - Composer
Ellison Chase - Vocals (Background)
Rick Chertoff - Producer, Vocals (Background)
Gia Ciambotti - Vocals (Background)
Tommy Conwell - Guitar
Angie Coqueran - Photography
Sheryl Crow - Guest Artist, Vocals (Background)
Mark Dobson - Digital Editing, Production Assistant
Rory Dodd - Vocals (Background)
Ivan Elias - Bass
Anton Fig - Drums
Nick Gilder - Composer
Lynn Goldsmith - Photography
Carlos Goméz - Congas, Guitar
Ray Gomez - Vocals (Background)
Don Henley - Guest Artist, Vocals
Rob Hyman - Keyboards, Vocals (Background)
Neil Jason - Bass
Tom Kelly - Composer
Andy King - Vocals (Background)
Benjy King - Keyboards, Vocals (Background)
Holly Knight - Composer
Rahni Kugel - Vocals (Background)
Frankie La Rocka - Drums
John Leffler - Vocals (Background)
Kipp Lennon - Vocals (Background)
Barbara Lipke - Assistant Engineer
Keith Mack - Composer, Guitar, Vocals (Background)
George Marino - Mastering
Arnold McCullough - Vocals (Background)
Norman Mershon - Vocals (Background)
Robert Molnar - Vocals (Background)
Andy Newmark - Drums
John Pierce - Bass
Tim Pierce - Guitar
Thommy Price - Drums, Vocals (Background)
Al Quaglieri - Compilation Producer
Robert Quintero - Bongos
Winston Roye - Bass
David Sanborn - Guest Artist, Saxophone
Kevin Savigar - Composer
Scandal - Primary Artist
Matt Serletic - Keyboards, Producer
Paul Shaffer - Guest Artist, Keyboards
Kevin Shirley - Remixing
Z. Smith - Composer
Zachary Smith - Composer
Zack Smith - Composer, Guitar, Vocals (Background)
Liz Smyth - Vocals (Background)
Patty Smyth - Composer, Primary Artist, Vocals
Ray Spiegel - Tabla
Jason Stasium - Assistant Engineer
Billy Steinberg - Composer
Kasim Sulton - Vocals (Background)
Richard Termini - Keyboards
Pat Thrall - Guitar
Gary Tole - Engineer, Mixing
Eric Troyer - Vocals (Background)
Tom Waits - Composer
John Wheeler - Trombone
David Wild - Liner Notes
William Wittman - Guitar, Producer, Vocals (Background)
Peter Wood - Keyboards, Synthesizer
Terry Young - Vocals (Background)

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 The Warrior Nick Gilder / Holly Knight Patty Smyth feat: Scandal
2 Sometimes Love Just Ain't Enough Glen Burtnik / Patty Smyth Patty Smyth
3 Wish I Were You Patty Smyth
4 Carnival Lights Patty Smyth
5 Love's Got a Line on You Zack Smith Patty Smyth feat: Scandal
6 Goodbye to You Z. Smith / Zachary Smith Patty Smyth feat: Scandal
7 I Should Be Laughing Patty Smyth Patty Smyth
8 Downtown Train Tom Waits Patty Smyth
9 The River Cried Tom Kelly / Billy Steinberg Patty Smyth
10 Everyone Gets Older Patty Smyth
11 Say What You Will Zachary Smith / Patty Smyth Patty Smyth
12 Beat of a Heart Keith Mack / Zachary Smith / Patty Smyth Patty Smyth feat: Scandal
13 Heartache Heard Round the World Patty Smyth Patty Smyth
14 Isn't It Enough Patty Smyth
15 No Mistakes Kevin Savigar / Patty Smyth Patty Smyth
16 Hands Tied Holly Knight Patty Smyth feat: Scandal

Horrible. Disinterested instrumentalists let you know they hate the production. Nothing like a bored formulaic drummer holding down an over the top female vocal singing manufactured pop.
Kinda hideous. Quintessentially American, but oddly faceless at the same time - too much treble in the mix, polite radio performances and blustery power ballads, pretty much the sickly, dull end of adult contemporary/producer pop market. Don Henley molests one key track, although I'd recommend the original video to The Warrior for it's crazy 80s visuals. Avoid.