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List of the Day: Lamest Greatest Hits Albums Ever

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Thank God for greatest hits albums. Before Tag Team released their Best Of in 2000 I had to buy a stack of albums to get "Whoomp (There It Is) [2000 remix]," "Whoomp (There It Is) [House Remix]," "Here It Is, Bam!!" and, of course, "Whoomp, Si Lo Es" all on one CD. I'm a little miffed they didn't include "Addams Family (Whoomp)," "Whoomp (There It Went)" and the original mix of "Whoomp (There It Is)," but they're probably saving those gems for the inevitable Tag Team box set. Don't even ask me about the hell I went through to get my hands on all those Shaq songs. Those rare Fu-Schnickens tracks don't grow on trees. Below are my favorite Greatest Hits albums by acts unworthiest of career retrospectives. Can you think of any others?

• Shaquille O'Neal - The Best of Shaquille O'Neal (1996)
• Hilary Duff - Most Wanted (2005)
• A-Teens - Greatest Hits (2004)
• Aaron Carter - Most Requested Hits (2003)
• Paper Lace - Greatest Hits (2002)
• White Lion - Remembering White Lion: Greatest Hits (1999)
• Men Without Hats - Greatest Hits (1997)

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