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Long Road Out of Eden Tracklist:
First off, I like this album. It was refreshing to hear a full-on Eagles reunion album... a double album in fact! However, for me, there are some weaker songs on the album, which keep some people from really enjoying it. I think the album might have done better if the best songs made up a single album, and the other songs were on a bonus disc in a deluxe version. Here's my playlist: ALBUM -  No More Walks in the Woods;  Guilty of the Crime;  How Long;  Fast Company;  Busy Being Fabulous;  I Don't Want to Hear Anymore;  Waiting in the Weeds;  Last Good Time in Town;  What Do I Do With My Heart;  Somebody;  Center of the Universe;  It's Your World Now;  Long Road Out of Eden; BONUS DISC -  Hole in the World (2003);  One Day at a Time (live, 2005);  No More Cloudy Days;  Frail Grasp on the Big Picture;  I Love to Watch a Woman Dance;  Business as Usual;  Do Something;  You Are Not Alone;  I Dreamed There Was No War.
This album has some of their best song writing! It is really too bad it did not get recognized as a great album! This is another great Eagles album i doubt you will regret buying it. Lots of great songs.
A young Bob Dylan once said that he liked Woody Guthrie because among other things, a person could actually learn how to think and how to live from listening to Woody Guthrie. When I heard the song Long Road Out of Eden, that quote came to my mind. Also from this collection I liked No More Walks in the Wood, I Dreamed There Was No War (add that one to your "Instrumentals Playlist"), Frail Grasp on the Big Picture, I Love to Watch a Woman Dance, Center of the Universe, and It's Your World Now. Seven great songs on first listen.
Grew up on AM/FM radio as a kid in California in 70’s and 80’s. This music is like sight and sound and visceral feelings, gives me the Proverbial goose bumps when i hear their music. Oh what a time to be young in the glory days of California with all this amazing music. Thank you for the music
This is probably the final Eagles album, now that Glenn Frey has left us. Their first full album since The Long Run in 1979 is full of the same types of songs. Henley, Frey, Schmidt and Walsh all sing several memorable tunes each, and of the 20 songs here, over half are instant classics. Even the weaker songs are better than “filler,” and this album holds up to repeated listening. Just don’t compare it with Eagles Greatest Hits since you know all those songs for 40 years. Keep an open mind and this album is flat-out great.