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Once More with Feeling: Singles 1996-2004 Limited Edition, Import, Best of, Enhanced

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Disc: 1
1. 36 Degrees
2. Teenage Angst
3. Nancy Boy
4. Bruise Pristine
5. Pure Morning
6. You Don't Care About Us
7. Every You Every Me
8. Without You I'm Nothing 'featuring David Bowie'
9. Taste In Men
10. Slave To The Wage
See all 19 tracks on this disc
Disc: 2
1. Special K (Timo Maas Remix)
2. Without You I'm Nothing (UNKLE Remix)
3. Every You Every Me (Infected By The Scourge Of The Earth Mix)
4. Protège Moi (M83 Remix)
5. Slave To The Wage (I Can't Believe It's A Remix)
6. Pure Morning (Les Rythmes Digitales Remix)
7. Taste In Men (Alpinestars Kamikaze Skimix)
8. Black-Eyed (Placebo Vs Le Vibrator Mix)
9. English Summer Rain (Freelance Hellraiser Remix)
10. This Picture (Junior Sanchez Remix)

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20 of 22 people found the following review helpful
Split the Difference Dec 2 2004
By WrtnWrd - Published on
Format: Audio CD
I love Placebo. Have seen them countless times. Feel that each of their last three releases were better than the last. But I'm split on this generous compilation. Good stuff first, then: the remix CD is a joy. Never thought much about Placebo's music in the disco arena, but these extended versions would be at home in clubs from Ibiza to West Hollywood. It's interesting to see how elastic these scabrous pop tunes are; how easily they lend themselves to reinterpretation by club culture. Sad then that the CD of single releases ends up sounding so lacklustre. Because Brian Molko and company are masters at short, nasty tracks like "The Bitter End" and "Nancy Boy", these are standout songs on general issue releases, and they are singles for a reason: they're punchy, catchy, rocking. But they are surrounded by other colors. Gathered together here, they just show up the band's limitations. Each song sounds like a version of the one preceeding, save the Bowie-enhanced version of "Without You I'm Nothing" (a good idea on paper though not as good as the original). So I'd say to the Placebo novice to start with Sleeping With Ghosts and work backwards. For fans, the call is yours.
8 of 9 people found the following review helpful
Interesting mix...weird album pics.... Dec 25 2004
By Chris Ochman - Published on
Format: Audio CD
Well...I never was exactly a Placebo fan, but a few songs I really did like. "Every You Every Me" is a favorite of mine.

The songs are, far as I know, Placebo. You can't mix up the voice at all. It's very distinctive, and the music itself is very distinctive.

One of my first hearings of Placebo was "Pure Morning" but it was Les Rythmes Digitales remix of the song, and I was delighted to find that it was on this compilation and I really only bought the CD for that purpose, as well as to get a better sense of the group as a whole.

I like all of the songs here, and I have to say, I am probably going to get the other albums as well, so I can have a full sense of what they are capable of, because as I can see right now, this really is an impressive compilation of songs. I love remixes, so that's a plus as well.

All in all, a great mix of music. I can't say for sure how good, but as it stands right now, not knowing a lot about Placebo, it's good, and I like it.
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
Great Compliaton - the essentials! Oct. 16 2005
By Samantha D. - Published on
Format: Audio CD
Each of us will have our favorites that aren't on this CD, but they are the essential singles and is necessary for every Placebo fan! New songs such as "Twenty Years", "Protege-Moi" and "I Do" make it worth to have all by itself.

I was not a big fan of the accompanying remix CD, but it is still a great buy nonetheless!
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Just what you'd expect: terrific! May 10 2005
By Tracy Rodgers - Published on
Format: Audio CD
I love Placebo -- I only got into them in the past six months or so. I really, really enjoy having this collection -- it's fun having all those familiar songs in one place! Highly recommended!
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Worth it........ March 17 2005
A Kid's Review - Published on
Format: Audio CD
I guess if you dont have all the songs that are on the first disk of this cd then it might not be worth the money. But if you don't have all the songs then it is worth buying because all the songs are pretty good. It has some new songs that havent been heard before and it has like 18 songs on it. Disk 2 has remixes of about 10 songs and all of them sound really cool. This cd is worth the money and it is fun to have