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Country - Released May 1, 1998 | RCA Records Label Nashville

An improvement over the Restless Heart best-of collection that RCA issued in 1991, Greatest Hits compiles 13 of the group's most popular songs, and also adds on three brand-new cuts. Containing five country chart-toppers -- "That Rock Won't Roll," "I'll Still Be Loving You," "Why Does It Have to Be Wrong," "Bluest Eyes in Texas," and "A Tender Lie" -- the set also includes pop radio smashes like "When She Cries" and "Tell Me What You Dream." © Jason Ankeny /TiVo
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Country - Released March 1, 2003 | RLG - BMG Heritage

As part of RCA's Country Legends series, this set highlights Restless Heart's biggest hits from the mid- to late '80s. Among the 16 tracks are the number one singles "That Rock Won't Roll," "I'll Still Be Loving You," "Why Does It Have to Be (Wrong or Right)," "Wheels," "A Tender Lie," and "Bluest Eyes in Texas." This collection serves as an excellent career overview. © Al Campbell /TiVo
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Country - Released September 7, 2009 | BMG Special Products

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Rock - Released November 9, 2004 | KOCH RECORDS

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Christmas Music - Released October 29, 2013 | Red River Entertainment

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Country - Released June 20, 2004 | RLG - BMG Heritage

As part of BMG's Super Hits series, this set highlights a few of Restless Heart's biggest hits from the mid- to late '80s. Among the ten tracks are the number one singles "That Rock Won't Roll," "I'll Still Be Loving You," and "Wheels." While this is an affordable disc, most listeners will want a wider range of their hits. Restless Heart's RCA Country Legends is the one to look for. © Al Campbell /TiVo
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Country - Released March 1, 2009 | Brownbeats Records

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Country - Released May 15, 2012 | Platinum Collection

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Country - Released February 17, 2016 | Restless Heart

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Country - Released November 9, 2004 | eOne Music

Still Restless is the first album of all new studio material in 14 years by Restless Heart. Little has changed since their self-titled debut album was released in 1985; their perfect harmonies and smooth country-rock arrangements remain intact. Basically, Restless Heart picked up where they left off in the mid-'90s, sticking with their strong points instead of radically changing their musical direction. Highlights include the mandolin-dominated "Feel My Way to You," the soft rock, melancholic ballad "Miracle," and a cover of the Beatles' "The Night Before," which sounds more like mid-'70s America than the Fab Four. © Al Campbell /TiVo