14 Songs, 52 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

This compilation starts off with 1995's A Boy Named Goo, The Goo Goo Dolls’ breakthrough fifth album, which cemented their place in alt-rock history. Buoyed by the success of acoustic ballad "Name," the band would eventually find their groove in slick, skittering guitar pop ("Dizzy") and jangly rock that echoes the scrappy charm of The Replacements ("Broadway"). Johnny Rzeznik's raspy wails add a touch of grit to it all, especially in his most haunting moments, like on the cinematic stunner "Iris."

EDITORS’ NOTES

This compilation starts off with 1995's A Boy Named Goo, The Goo Goo Dolls’ breakthrough fifth album, which cemented their place in alt-rock history. Buoyed by the success of acoustic ballad "Name," the band would eventually find their groove in slick, skittering guitar pop ("Dizzy") and jangly rock that echoes the scrappy charm of The Replacements ("Broadway"). Johnny Rzeznik's raspy wails add a touch of grit to it all, especially in his most haunting moments, like on the cinematic stunner "Iris."

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Ratings and Reviews

4.5 out of 5
671 Ratings

671 Ratings

Jennifer <3 ,

The Goo Goo Dolls

I really don't know how to give the Goo Goo Dolls the credit they've worked hard to establish for themselves. I realize that they have been around a long time, but they haven't lost their touch. John's voice is amazing, and I can't help but sing along when I run into their music on my iPod. I could listen to the albums for hours without getting tired of them. Way to go, guys!

GOT GOO? ,

Your First Kiss...yeah its like that.....

I can close my eyes and remember when I heard these songs for the first time. You never get tired of hearing them. Every song gives you a different feeling. Its good to hear them again and relive all the wonderful feelings...its just like your first kiss... you never forget that feeling.

Brown-eyed Girl ,

Awesome collection!

This is such a great collection of some of their best songs. It's nice to hear the new with
the old. Don't miss the remake of "Name". This is John at his best and he sings the song with
even greater conviction. These guys are still going strong after almost 20 years together.
Can't wait for their new cd they will be recording in their hometown of Buffalo.

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