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Very Best of Robert Palmer is a 1995 compilation album by British singer Robert Palmer. Re-issued in 1997 with the addition of "Addicted To Love '97". Addicted To Love '97" - 5:18. Bad Case of Loving You" - 3:10. Simply Irresistible" - 4:12. Get It On (Bang a Gong)" by Power Station - 5:29. Some Guys Have All the Luck" - 3:08. I Didn't Mean to Turn You On" - 3:36. Looking for Clues" - 4:58. You Are in My System" - 4:58. Some Like It Hot" by Power Station - 5:05.

You Are In My System. Some Like It Hot. 5:06. The Very Best Of ‎(CD, Comp).

Best of Both Worlds 19. Life in Detail 20. Spanish Moon 2.

What are the best albums by Robert Palmer? BestEverAlbums. com brings together thousands of 'greatest ever album' charts and calculates an overall ranking. The best album by Robert Palmer is Sneakin' Sally Through The Alley which is ranked number 7,970 in the overall greatest album chart with a total rank score of 186. Robert Palmer is ranked number 2,707 in the overall artist rankings with a total rank score of 432. Members who like this artist also like: Van Halen, ZZ Top and Led Zeppelin.

Confident Slick Bright Energetic Playful Rousing Sexy Stylish Lively Yearning. The Very Best of Robert Palmer. Despite my (yet rationalized) fondness for his 1980 electro-pop hit "Johnny and Mary" (included here), the 16-track collection The Very Best of Robert Palmer mostly leaves me cold. Palmer has the tools, but the mechanicals lack potency and soul efficiently.

The Best Of Both Worlds album is a 42 song, 2 CD retrospective of Robert Palmer's career, starting with his debut as a solo artist in the mid 70's and stretching into the late 90's. Lots of memorable cuts from Palmer's more critically accalimed 70's output, including soulful scorchers like "Sailin Shoes" and "Sneaking Sally Through The Alley" as well as hit singles "Every Kinda People" and "Bad Case Of Loving You". Where the collection gets weak is the second CD, comprised almost solely of radio hits from the 80's. Robert Palmer Best of Both Worlds: Anthology 1974-2001 will definitely satisfy your craving for the man and his music. Discographies - Pictures - Lyrics - Midis - Wallpapers - News - Concert Tickets - DVDs - Music Videos.

Was Robert Palmer really this big and important? Actually, yes. With nineteen songs in this collection, ten are perennial FM staples-a higher number overall than anyone this side of ZZ Top. 1980's Clues is the critics' choice. But Palmer's commercial high point was 1985's Riptide and the Power Station album of the same year. All are well represented. For even more Palmer, try the two-part Addictions series. This music collection of The Very Best of Robert Palmer by Robert Palmer has an incredible mix of multiple greatest hits songs throughout this collection (80s rock/80s pop genre). The only caveat is on this 17 song collectionis that the first 2 songs sound more like remastered andor reworked song versions (Addicted to Love 97 and Bad Case of Loving You (Doctor Doctor).

This Robert Palmer discography is ranked from best to worst, so the top Robert Palmer albums can be found at the top of the list. To make it easy for you, we haven't included Robert Palmer singles, EPs, or compilations, so everything you see here should only be studio albums.

Palmer switched record companies along the way, too, but Hip-O is known for its willingness to license material from other labels, and 15 of the 20 tracks on the second disc come from outside the Universal archives. Along the way, all of the singer’s . Top 40 hits are included, though the collection was assembled with Palmer’s input, which leads to alterations from the original recordings that fans might not be entirely pleased with. You’re Gonna Get What’s Coming (Remix) – 04:00 13. Every Kinda People (Remix) – 03:26 14. Best Of Both Worlds (Remix) – 04:12 15. Bad Case Of Lovin’ You (Doctor, Doctor) (Remix) – 03:13 16. Jealous – 03:16 17.