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"And love said no - The greatest hits" CD by HIM

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For Monster Magnet, god said no! The Finnish gothic pop/metal chart breaker HIM sorrow: "And Love Said No - The Greatest Hits". Next to their single achievements between 1997 and 2004, the album now also includes the exclusive title song and "Solitary Man".


Item no. 422656
Musical Genre Gothic Rock
Exclusive No
Media - Format 1-3 CD
Product topic Bands
Band HIM
Product type CD
Release date 3/15/04
Gender Unisex

CD 1

  • 1.
    And Love Said No (unreleased track)
  • 2.
    Join me (in death) (Razorblade Mix)
  • 3.
    Buried Alive By Love
  • 4.
    Heartache Every Moment
  • 5.
    Solitary Man (unreleased track)
  • 6.
    Right Here In My Arms
  • 7.
    The Funeral Of Hearts
  • 8.
    In Joy And Sorrow
  • 9.
    Your Sweet 666
  • 10.
    Gone With The Sin
  • 11.
    Wicked game
  • 12.
    The Sacrament
  • 13.
    Close To The Flame
  • 14.
    Poison girl
  • 15.
    Pretending (Album Version)
  • 16.
    When love and death embrace

by Lothar Landt (April 2004) The times they are a-changing. After only 7 years of existence HIM release their first best of compilation. Bands used to take more time for that... Yet musically, this collection can well be justified for it shows how many good songs HIM and Ville Valo have written in this short time. Beside 14 classics we get "And love said no" as well as the Neil Diamond-cover, "Solitary Man", two new songs that can only be called very well done. The track list ist excellent, of course, including "Right here in my arms", "Pretending" and of course, "Join me" to name but a few. Hit follows hit. And it becomes clear that the Finnish quartet perfectly knows how to create certain moods. The rhythm guitar is quite simple most of the time, but the riffs are catchy. And Mr. Valo's voice is unique, ay. Also the cover artwork is well done, so that "And love said no" is a well done package. The limited digipack features a live DVD, too, including 27 minutes of a club performance. Which is very worth seeing because small stages suit HIM perfectly! (Lothar Landt - April 2004)

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