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The Very Best Things 1995-2008


Download links and information about The Very Best Things 1995-2008 by Filter. This album was released in 2009 and it belongs to Electronica, Industrial, Rock, Hard Rock, Metal, Heavy Metal, Alternative genres. It contains 17 tracks with total duration of 01:20:47 minutes.

Artist: Filter
Release date: 2009
Genre: Electronica, Industrial, Rock, Hard Rock, Metal, Heavy Metal, Alternative
Tracks: 17
Duration: 01:20:47
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No. Title Length
1. Hey Man Nice Shot 5:15
2. Welcome to the Fold (Radio Edit) 4:42
3. Jurassitol 5:13
4. (Can't You) Trip Like I Do (featuring The Crystal Method) 4:27
5. Take a Picture (Radio Edit) 3:41
6. Soldiers of Misfortune 4:25
7. Where Do We Go from Here (Single Edit) 4:04
8. Dose 3:53
9. I'm Not the Only One 5:51
10. Skinny 5:45
11. One 4:40
12. The Best Things 4:26
13. The Only Way (Is the Wrong Way) 5:13
14. Thanks Bro 4:12
15. Hey Man Nice Shot (Nickel Bag Remix) 3:42
16. Welcome to the Fold (Freq Nasty Remix) 6:58
17. Take a Picture 4:20



A protégé of Nine Inch Nails’ Trent Reznor, Filter’s Richard Patrick delivered the corrosive guitar-led, electronically enhanced hit single “Hey Man Nice Shot” that perfectly reflected the growing industrialization of mainstream rock music in the mid-‘90s. Initially just Patrick and programmer Brian Liesegang, Filter expanded into a revolving line-up of musicians dedicated to bringing the noise to the live stage. This 14-song retrospective offers a varied assortment of textures and approaches. The band’s collaboration with the Crystal Method for “(Can’t You) Trip Like I Do,” featured on Spawn: the Album, works off the their tougher electronic edge, while the radio edit of their hit single “Take a Picture” and the single edit of “Where Do We Go From Here” represent the group’s lesser-acknowledged pop instincts, and “The Only Way (Is the Wrong Way)” further pursues Patrick’s reflective moments. Very Best… includes loose tracks that appeared in soundtracks such as “Jurrasitol” from The Crow: City of Angels and two tunes (Three Dog Night’s “One,” “Thanks Bro”) recorded for two different X-Files albums.