the first 'anthems' was without doubt wall-to-wall non-stop pleasure, this, maybe, not quite it's equall, nevertheless it's again a bundle of foot-tapping material, and has much to admire.
with songs from 'tina turner' 'fleetwood mac' 'survivor' 'journey' 'kid rock' 'foreigner' 'paul simon' 'carly simon' 'chicago' 'cher' 'belinda carlisle' 'meat loaf' 'roy orbison' 'boston' to pluck just a few names from the track list, it's plain to see the compilation again has pedigree.
must admit when released back in the early to mid seventies every time a 'juke-box' was available i played 'a horse with no name'-america ---pretty often, love the 'orbison' version of 'i drove all night' and of course the classic 'meat loaf' track 'two out of three ain't bad'
just one or two of my all-time favouries on board.
i'm pretty sure this collection will keep growing, there is an awful lot more material to choose from.
even though it's a little short of the splendour of the first edition it's still pretty ''damn'' good.....well worth adding to yer' growing collection..................enjoy