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Four-time Grammy Award-nominated, multi-Platinum-selling band Goo Goo Dolls have officially released “Greatest Hits Volume 1: The Singles” on vinyl for the very first time, via Warner Records.

Originally issued on CD in 2007, the release marks a long-overdue first vinyl pressing. The record is available online and in-store at select retailers now, including a limited-run LP pressed on Cola Bottle Clear vinyl that’s on-sale exclusively at Walmart. Find a copy of the record here.

The band’s team noted, “The album boasts a diverse collection of songs spanning an incredibly successful era for the band, featuring all of their hit singles from 1995 to 2006, including ‘Name,’ ‘Slide,’ ‘Iris’ and ‘Black Balloon.’ During that time, the band released some of their most popular records, ‘A Boy Named Goo,’ ‘Dizzy Up The Girl,’ ‘Gutterflower’ and ‘Let Love In,’ which established them as a mainstay in alternative rock for decades to come.”

With their anticipated 13th LP on the horizon, the band will embark on an expansive North American amphitheater tour this summer. Blue October will provide support for the entire run. For more information and tickets, visit the band’s website here.

Last year, the band unveiled a surprise extended-play, titled “EP 21,” via Warner Records. Produced by frontman John Rzeznik and recorded during the pandemic, the project features stripped-back versions of four fan-favorite tracks from the band’s catalog.

In summer 2021, Goo Goo Dolls released a brand-new compilation album, “Rarities,” a retrospective collection of 20 songs spanning more than a decade of their career. Containing songs that span 1995 to 2007, “Rarities” explores a prolific period during which the band released several chart-topping hits. The double-LP features numerous tracks never before released on digital streaming platforms or any physical format, including B-sides, live songs, acoustic renditions, radio performances, international releases and additional non-album tracks.
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