Hoping that amazon hasn't deleted the treasures by the time you see this.
Just in case, here are a couple of the over 100 reviews of the classic CD, "Best of David Hasselhoff."
Great Heavens, it's an instant CLASSIC!, June 15, 2002
Reviewer: A music fan from 'N Sync Fan Headquarters
If I had ever known that this album would be released, I would never have bought all these others. Pink Floyd's "Dark Side of the Moon?!" Piffle. "Sergeant Pepper's?" What a waste. I should have saved my money and patiently awaited David Hasselhoff's magnificent "Looking For-Best of David Hasselhoff [IMPORT]." All of my musical needs are met with this masterwork. When I'm feeling like rockin, I put on "Flying on the Wings of Tenderness," but when I want to sit quietly and touch my nethers, I listen to "Dance Dance D'Amour." I personally feel that this album has everything I need, so I don't feel bad that all my friends left me after I bought this album.
The song Hot Shot City is particularly good.
Et in Arcadia Ego, June 14, 2002
Reviewer: Voltaire Kabarette from London
There are few things in life that can compare to the beauty of a lone artist. Pushing his skills to new ends and refining the very nature of what we mere mortals would consider perfection.
This CD has changed my life. Before I heard it, I was a devout christian, shunning all music that was not the music of God Himself.
Now , I realise that I was wrong. There is no God. THIS is the music of God and God is David Hasselhoff. Be converted.
Future autolytic enzyme son, June 14, 2002
Reviewer: Kevin Turnbull from London, England
This album is as important to the history of pop music as cubism was to the development of European painting.
This album is the perfect vehicle for the angry Hasslehoff to vent the fury that has undoubtly been boiling inside his immaculate coiffured head. If you listen to this album you can clearly hear his early influences that only enriched this wonderful mans life. These influences range from bands such as Joy Division, Velvet Underground, The Wedding Present, Nick Cave and The Bad Seeds through to the literary references such as Thomas De Quincy, Beat Poetry and Pam Ayres.
There is nothing this rock god can't do. He is the modern day Lord Byron with a lovely bouffant.
Ye Gods! I love this man.
I listened to five seconds of this CD and I threw up all over my stereo. Thanks a lot Dave. Not only am I permanently scarred from hearing quite possibly the worst sound on Earth, now I have to buy a new stereo. This is the worst thing you will ever hear in your life.