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Monday, September 12, 2011

Steps 'The Ultimate Collection': Utterly Useless

Forgive me for the late reaction to his, since I know this news has been out there for a minute. Like Aqua's Megalomania and Erasure's Tomorrow's World, the completely useless Steps compilation The Ultimate Collection is out on October 3 overseas in an effort to cash in on the upcoming four-part UK documentary on the band.

And on this trash is all 19 singles (including the double A-sides "Heartbeat/Tragedy," "Say You'll Be Mine/Better The Devil You Know" and "Summer Of Love/When I Said Goodbye") plus a cover of ABBA's "Dancing Queen" (produced by Eliot Kennedy and James Jayawardena).

Yes, a cover of ABBA's "Dancing Queen," folks. Some things are better best forgotten.

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4 Comments:

  • At 10:01 AM, Blogger Paul said…

    Tragedy. I'm devastated :(

     
  • At 11:25 AM, Blogger Patrick said…

    I would at least hope that the US mix of "One For Sorrow" would be included and not some lame cover of Abba's most overplayed song ever.

     
  • At 3:33 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    you'll be sorry....if you don't pick it up.

    perhaps the heyday of steps are too far gone for you to to look back on them like we used to?

    or are you just all out of love today?

    -adolfo
    kyliedawg@aol.com

     
  • At 11:37 PM, Anonymous Sylvester said…

    To my mind one and all must go through this.
    this site

     

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