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1 Gimme All Your Lovin' Gibbons/Hill/Beard 3:59
2 Sharp Dressed Man Hill/Gibbons/Beard 4:13
3 Rough Boy Beard/Gibbons/Hill 4:50
4 Tush Gibbons/Beard/Hill 2:14
5 My Head's in Mississippi Hill/Beard/Gibbons 4:21
6 Pearl Necklace Hill/Beard/Gibbons 4:01
7 I'm Bad, I'm Nationwide Gibbons/Beard/Hill 4:45
8 Viva Las Vegas Pomus/Shuman 4:47
9 Doubleback Hill/Beard/Gibbons 3:53
10 Gun Love Gibbons/Beard/Hill 3:43
11 Got Me Under Pressure Gibbons/Beard/Hill 3:59
12 Give It Up Hill/Gibbons/Beard 3:32
13 Cheap Sunglasses Hill/Beard/Gibbons 4:46
14 Sleeping Bag Hill/Beard/Gibbons 4:02
15 Planet of Women Gibbons/Hill/Beard 4:04
16 La Grange Beard/Gibbons/Hill 3:51
17 Tube Snake Boogie Beard/Hill/Gibbons 3:02
18 Legs [#] Gibbons/Beard/Hill 4:31
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Greatest Hits

Audio Compact Disc

Label: Warner Bros.

Style: Rock & Roll

Greatest Hits

UPC: 075992684620

Release Date: 04/14/1992

Original Release Date: 04/14/1992

Number of Discs: 1

Tracks: [Gimme All Your Lovin', Sharp Dressed Man, Rough Boy, Tush, My Head's in Mississippi, Pearl Necklace, I'm Bad, I'm Nationwide, Viva Las Vegas, Doubleback, Gun Love, Got Me Under Pressure, Give It Up, Cheap Sunglasses, Sleeping Bag, Planet of Women, La Grange, Tube Snake Boogie, Legs [#]]

Stephen Thomas Erlewine

This isn't a perfect roundup of ZZ Top's superstar years of the '80s, but it comes pretty close. It dips back into the '70s for "Pearl Necklace" and "La Grange," with a couple of selections from the post-peak '90s, but this does offer the MTV-era basics: "Gimme All Your Lovin'," "Sharp Dressed Man," "Rough Boy," "Tush," "My Head's in Mississippi," "Doubleback," "Cheap Sunglasses," "Sleeping Bag." What slows this record down are some new cuts and album tracks that don't deserve to be here, along with a remix, not the original version, of "Legs." Still, that may just be quibbling for some listeners, since the basics are all here, making this a good complement to the '70s-focused The Best of ZZ Top (although it would be nice if a definitive disc, with all the hits, would appear on the market). ~ Stephen Thomas Erlewine, Rovi