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Download links and information about Anthology by Tavares. This album was released in 2004 and it belongs to Hip Hop/R&B, Soul, Rock, Disco, Funk genres. It contains 31 tracks with total duration of 02:17:19 minutes.

Artist: Tavares
Release date: 2004
Genre: Hip Hop/R&B, Soul, Rock, Disco, Funk
Tracks: 31
Duration: 02:17:19
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Tracks

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No. Title Length
1. Check It Out 3:26
2. The Judgement Day 2:58
3. Thats the Sound That Lonely 3:42
4. Strangers In Dark Corners 3:57
5. Too Late 4:24
6. She's Gone 3:40
7. Remember What I Told You 4:12
8. Hardcore Poetry 4:26
9. It Only Takes a Minute Girl 4:03
10. Free Ride 2:57
11. The Love I Never Had 3:28
12. In the City 3:15
13. Heaven Must Be Missing an Angel 6:34
14. Don't Take Away the Music 6:13
15. To the Other Man 4:40
16. Whodunit 3:35
17. Goodnight My Love 5:37
18. Fool of the Year 3:22
19. More Than a Woman 3:28
20. The Ghost of Love 5:59
21. Timber 5:18
22. Never Had a Love Like This 4:34
23. Straight from the Heart 4:26
24. Madam Butterfly 4:32
25. Bad Times 7:12
26. I Can't Go On Living Without You 5:14
27. Why Can't We Fall In Love 4:08
28. Love Uprising 5:39
29. Loneliness 3:13
30. Turn Out the Nightlight 4:44
31. Loveline 4:23

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Very few groups need to be anthologized less than Tavares. That's not to say that they don't deserve to be anthologized at all; that's to say that they've been anthologized far too much, often in the form of poorly packaged budget-bin jobs. By the time this two-disc package was released through Capitol's The Right Stuff, the number of Tavares compilations was on track to double the group's number of studio albums by 2010. Despite this, Anthology finally gets it right and wipes the floor with everything that came before it. It's thorough enough to show that the group was deeper than those big hits, and it doesn't pad out the process with too much album-cut filler. You know you're in good hands when David Nathan writes the liner notes and has a hand in the set's production. This is no exception to that rule.