20th Century Masters - The Millennium Collection: The Best of Night Ranger - Night Ranger

20th Century Masters - The Millennium Collection: The Best of Night Ranger

Night Ranger

  • Genre: Rock
  • Release Date: 2000-01-01
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 11

  • ℗ 2000 Geffen Records

Tracks

Title Artist Time
1
Sister Christian Night Ranger 5:02
2
Don't Tell Me You Love Me Night Ranger 4:21
3
Sing Me Away Night Ranger 4:12
4
Eddie's Comin' Out Tonight Night Ranger 4:27
5
(You Can Still) Rock In Americ Night Ranger 4:15
6
When You Close Your Eyes Night Ranger 4:15
7
Sentimental Street Night Ranger 4:13
8
Four In the Morning Night Ranger 3:53
9
Goodbye Night Ranger 4:20
10
The Secret of My Success Night Ranger 4:29
11
I Did It for Love Night Ranger 4:47

Reviews

  • Great band

    5
    By Cryin u higviccohc
    My favorite songs are sing me away and still rock america
  • Sister Christian

    5
    By michelenovoa
    Sister Christian is my favorite song by Night Ranger.
  • Sister Christian

    4
    By Calirod
    So I am skiing at Mammoth and they play Sister Christian at the bar at apres ski Canyon and some cute 30 something blond rocks with it and her beer. Awesome sight.I forgot about this song as it is totally 80's.
  • Sister Christian

    5
    By xKILLERxPROx
    Awesome song
  • Everyone must buy 20th Century Master albums!!!

    5
    By Kal-RCN
    THIS IS AMAZING!!!! I'm annoyed that Sister Christain is rated LOW on this, LOW!!!!! how is it LOW!!!! its taken from the album Midnight Madness!!! I mean people usually like the covers to albums. This is a great album. Everyone MUST GET!!!
  • The Obvious is Missing!

    4
    By 71GS455
    How do you have a best of Night Ranger without the song Night Ranger itself? I remember seeing them open for ZZ Top and Night Ranger was equally as high energy of a song as Rock in America, and it's much better and relevant than Four in the Morning. Overall, Night Ranger is overlooked as a group that didn't quite live up to the hard rock genre, yet was too edgy for pop (except for Sister Christian).
  • This is one of my favorite bands... =]

    5
    By selas
    i love all of there songes, but my favorite is you can still rock in america.. .buy it... it rocks
  • Greatest Hits Misses

    4
    By pearljelly
    Night Ranger was my favorite band growing up in the 1986-88. Dawn Patrol was great- (every song). Midnight Madness had Sister Christian fame. But I will never understand the missing hits that I have always enjoyed in Touch of Madness, Let Him Run, Penny, Eddie's Comin Out Tonight (although "Eddie..." is now in the greatest hits). The elements that made Night Ranger great are soaring guitars and edgy singing by Kelly Keagy and Jack Blades. Great music.
  • It's okay i guess

    4
    By JHSgt7
    this was a good album but in the song you can still rock in america he said the word machine way to many times.
  • Either this or their Greatest Hits, the choice is yours.

    4
    By einyo
    The 20th Century Masters Night Ranger collection is essentially the long-released Greatest Hits album. The recording quality sounds roughly the same across both, this album doesn't have any special remastering--just make your choice based on how you like the filler songs. Night Ranger's hits were "Sister Christian", "Don't Tell Me You Love Me", "You Can Still Rock in America", and "The Secret of My Success"--unless you're a huge fan, this album's all you need. That being said, this album is a must for any classic rock fan--good 80's hair metal at its best.

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