Greatest Hits: Where I got back in the fold after blowing him off since just after Like a Rock. Being a 70s kid, I recognized the mid-90s as a sweet spot for nostalgia. Whether it was Dazed in the Confused in the theatres or a full spate of retrospective hits packages, 2-CD anthologies and box sets. I would guess this is his largest selling album? As Mark notes, I gather a ton of people think of Seger in terms of moments like "Night Moves" and "Old time Rock and Roll." As we've seen there's plenty to gather from his albums, too. But I recall getting Elton John's Greatest Hits for Christmas in the 70s, and that had a similar effect, blowing away his regular albums in terms of the unbelievable amount and quality of his hit singles. (And in that case, in a roughly five-year span!) In any event, I can't argue with song selection, save that it underlines his decision to eradicate his pre-Beautiful Loser existence. I would have prefered a healthy two-disc anthology, first disc of pre-Beautiful Loser high points, and the second this disc. But as we would see, that was never part of his agenda. In an age where every artist on his level has numerous anthologies, box sets, legendary live shows and more, we'll had to do with a few greatest hits packages and an oddly titled "early years" collection (that I thought might have been an Italian bootleg knock-off when I first saw it, as the song selection seemed so weird). Ce'st La Vie: standard issue Chuck Berry cover. Not bad, but Bob could do this in his sleep. The other track was a much better sweetener to encourage older fans to buy this package. They would anyway, and this is obviously a great introduction to people who know nothing about Bob Seger.