18 Songs, 1 Hour 15 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Switchfoot's first greatest-hits compilation illustrates the pop-rock band's knack for thoughtful, versatile songwriting. Grungy soul-searchers like "Meant to Live" and rowdy pogo-pop headbangers like "Oh! Gravity.” alternate with quieter moments like the piano-sparkled "On Fire" and the hushed, orchestral "Only Hope." It’s on songs like "Dare You to Move” and “Twenty-Four,” however, that they reveal their true prowess, splitting the difference between their soft and loud sides with chiming acoustic guitars and choruses that crash like high tide.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Switchfoot's first greatest-hits compilation illustrates the pop-rock band's knack for thoughtful, versatile songwriting. Grungy soul-searchers like "Meant to Live" and rowdy pogo-pop headbangers like "Oh! Gravity.” alternate with quieter moments like the piano-sparkled "On Fire" and the hushed, orchestral "Only Hope." It’s on songs like "Dare You to Move” and “Twenty-Four,” however, that they reveal their true prowess, splitting the difference between their soft and loud sides with chiming acoustic guitars and choruses that crash like high tide.

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