Reviews of David Hasselhoff's Greatest Hits album on Amazon
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Spiritual turbo boost, May 6, 2003
Reviewer: A music fan from san antonio, TX
When I listen to this album, the soft, sweet, melodious whispers of David Hasselhoff caress my being, and fill my spirit with indescribable ecstacy and energy, much akin to a KITT turbo boost for the soul. Waves of pleasure overwhelm me, dare say I - as if though I had just rescued a really hot chick from being eaten by an octopus in an underwater cave.

It's going to make you stronger!, May 5, 2003
Reviewer: TC8trax from Detroit, Rock City
THE MAN has definitely driven the point home with this one. Musical genius shines through on this classic hits compilation from the guru of talking cars and beach bimbos (and himbos). My personal experiences during my first listening session involving this gem is testimony to his "musical" vision. From the pants-wetting thrills of "Looking for Freedom" to the epic bowel-emptying climax of "I Believe", David Hossenfeffer lends his artistry to the most excruciatingly original delivery of rock and roll since Brittany Spears first chose music over a life of prostitution.

The music gods are literally going to war over this set. You can imagine the powers that be ready to commit Hari-Kari over this mind altering collection. I find myself crippled with abdominal distress, as the CD seems to carry on endlessly. The delirious agony peaks on the seventh song: "Save The World". I literally had to phone 911 after the first dozen bars of this hidden treasure in Dufus Hagelberg's catalog. The EMS technicians threatened a mercy killing if I continued to refuse to mute the stereo system. Once the eighth song "Those Lovin' Eyes" began, they ran from my dwelling seeking treatment from the technician who wisely stayed behind in their vehicle. I was glad to see them leave, as I realized at this moment, that surviving this torrent of aural torture would surely make me a stronger and better person in the long run. Needless to say, by the time the CD concluded, my audio system had been so severely damaged, I can only relish the experience in my memory. Do yourself a favor and get yourself a copy of this extraordinary album!

Kit would have been proud., May 4, 2003
Reviewer: Knight Industries 2000... KIT for short from Alone
Being a talking car has always been enjoyable for me, between telling traffic wardens to "bog off" and making farting noises whenever Michael was in the company of a pretty girl, I've always managed to keep myself amused. With regards to big Dave's latest album let me run a quote by you that a talking stereo friend of mine said after playing what could easily be described as the "Mona Lisa" of music albums, which is coincidentally a sentiment that I expressed to Mr Haagen Dasz many times before... I loved it when he was inside me. I feel compelled to add that "Hot Shot City" was particularly good. Bravo Davey Boy, keep writing those hits.

Ahh. The sweet aroma of musk., May 1, 2003
Reviewer: Harvard Basilcoff from Skywanker Ranch
Darver Hankenscoff is truly an amazing onstage presence. Last month at the TV Family Values Tour, I watched him rock out alongside Jaleel "Urkel" White and Corey Haim. When Alan Thicke and Lorenzo Lamas joined them for a hearty rendition of "Born To Be Wild," I was in heaven. And I think the crowd at the Eagle Ballroom in Milwaukee agreed with me. But this CD is not a live album. It is a comprehensive collection of Hathecraft's best studio work. From the ethereal "Do the Limbo Dance" to the savagely rocking "Freedom For the World," you can definitely appreciate David's full bass voice - a voice that resembles three muskrats mauling a balloon. The song "Hot Shot City (Live in Berlin)" is particularly good.

Good Stuff, April 30, 2003
Reviewer: Devon from LA, USA
The songs of Daunting Hangover send trembles down my spine the way too much chili greets the toilet with happy tidings of corn husks. My CD-player/alarm clock wakes me up each bright, sunny morning to the breathy rasps of the most talented singer/actor/songwriter/vacuum cleaner salesman of the 90's, and immediately I know that if I stay in bed much longer, Darwin Hockenfogle's lyrical barrage will stun me into utter immobility, so thanks to him, I have a long, full and productive day, as I'm perpetually wary of going to bed lest I wake up once again to the melodious dog-chants of Doobie Horkleblarble as he without fail stimulates me to rise from the bed the same way moist mushrooms and adolescent larva rise from month-old haggis in the basement. "Looking For-Best of Disco Hammer [IMPORT]" is by far the best excuse for human/animal hybrid fornication the world has seen to date, and the song "Hot Shot City" is particularly good.

My friends are cueing up to borrow this one, April 28, 2003
Reviewer: Steve Davis from The Crucible, Sheffield
As one of the greatest snooker players of all time, I know a thing or two about a smooth action and in this belting collection of hits David Smergendorf certainly rattles his jaws. The album begins cautiously with "Looking for Freedom" and "Wir Zwei Allein" taking the listener off three cushions and back to baulk. But when Hofftassler takes a shot for nothing on "Crazy for You" and finds himself on a colour with "Do the Limbo Dance", it soon becomes apparent we could be on for a big break. What follows is a mixture of careful playing for position in and around the pink ("Save the World" and "These Lovin' Eyes") and some audacious long-pots, notably "Je T'Aime Means I Love You". Whilst I don't think the album is quite a 147, it certainly deserves five stars. The song "Hot Shot City" is particularly good.

the john lennon of our time, April 25, 2003
Reviewer: toni nicole from germany
not since millivanilli has an artist been so ridiculed, yet so underrated and unappreciated. david hasselhoff is the john lennon of our time, able to unite people with his music all over the world. after listening to this record i can honestly say i am a better person, and its all thanks to one man who dared look for freedom. thank you david for sharing your gift with one little german girl, and the universe.

Call him meister, April 25, 2003
Reviewer: Heimlich Minürfer from Hamburg, Germany
I must confess I had never heard of David Hasselhoff before today but after a particularly aimless bit of surfing, I found myself here by chance reading the many warm recommendations of his work. I was soon hot-footing it down to my local record store in anticipation of something very special. Returning home, I tore off the wrapper and experienced the momentary sensation that I might have made a mistake. How wrong I was. As the opening track began, I knew immediately that I was on a highway to the heart of music itself. The intensity of track 2, Wir Zwei Allein, confirmed the impression. Within seconds I was performing a jack boot dance to this stunning power ballad.

That was just the start. By track 4, Do the Limbo Dance, I was hastily bundling together every record I have ever bought in preparation for a trip to the nearest charity shop. By track five, Flying on the Wings of Tenderness, tears of joy were streaming down my face. I admit it crossed my mind: can life ever be this good again?

Little did I know what was to come. As track 6, Hot Shot City, kicked in, I experienced what can only be described as a convulsive fit of pure happiness. Coming to, I was aware that in my ecstasy, I had broken every piece of furniture in the room. I now knew that life would always be this good, whenever I put on Looking For... the Best of David Hasselpfft.

For the sake of mankind buy this album, April 24, 2003
Reviewer: A music fan from London United Kingdom
In the year 3004 historians will sight this album as catalyst for world peace for once you've listened to this album you have no choice but to marvel and honour the greatness of mankind. I didn't think it was possible for a human being to produce such powerful, expressive and emotional music. Big D has made a collection of pieces that transcend musical genres and reached a point that has limits. John Cage, Brian Eno and Philip Glass must all be thinking how idiotic their attempts are in comparison to Big D's audio masterpieces. Boys you've just had a harsh lesson by a musical genius. The Germans may be rubbish at war but they know their music.

Take all your CD's and burn them for once you've listened to "Looking For - Best of...[IMPORT]" they will seem like sounds made by a bunch of retarded chimps. The song "Hot Shot City" is particularly good

A man on the verge of eclipsing the sun, April 23, 2003
Reviewer: MR DANIEL FELSTEAD from London United Kingdom
Take all your CD's and burn them for in one single dynamic stroke David has rewritten the history book of music. It's as if Dave has been possessed by the spirits of John Lennon, Jimi Hendrix, Kurt Cobain, Janis Joplin and Bob Hope. Through his sensitive hands he weaves masterpeace after masterpiece that instantly have a timeless quality to them whilst still retaining their edgy contemporary/street roots. This is a mark of a true creative genius at work. Sit back and feel his greatness, it will be the most awesome ride of your life. Is he the son of God?, maybe. Has he changed the course of modern culture? Definitely. When it comes to music the Germans are not often wrong and they love big D.

'Hot shot city' is the greatest song ever recorded. FACT
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