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Google is at it again giving away another free album in Google Play Music as part of their latest Music focus. The focus this time is on Greatest Hits because sometimes that’s the best way to buy tunes from some artists.

The Best Of John Farnham is the freebie pick this time around, and includes 17 of his big hits from the last 1986–1997 – some (me) would say the golden years of Farnsy – and includes all the big hits like You’re the Voice, Pressure Down and Two Strong Hearts. As well as all these singles, the album also includes collaborations with Jimmy Barnes and Human Nature.

Update:
Looks like you can also grab a few more albums for nothing:

In terms of Greatest Hits, the focus has a heap of great albums, with prices starting from as low as $5.99 for Whitney Houston The Ultimate Collection. There’s music from all different music genres including Best Ofs from N.W.A, Air Supply, Kenny Rogers, Rammstein and Simon and Garfunkel.

The free album usually doesn’t last for too long, so head over to Google Play Music and grab it now and check out which other titles are available.

Source: Google Play Music Greatest Hits.
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    drone3
    drone3
    4 years ago

    Just take the pressure down…

    Andrew
    Andrew
    4 years ago

    Google giving away the bogan anthem “You’re the Voice” I see. Unfortunately, Google can’t prevent the waste of bandwidth this garbage would use.

    whispy_snippet
    whispy_snippet
    4 years ago

    Ha. Giving away a John Farnham album. Even if I was paid to download it I’d still hesitate.

    toast
    toast
    4 years ago

    Some Farnsie and some Barnsie.
    Mate. Where’s the beer?

    Sim
    Sim
    4 years ago

    You guys are the best for letting us know when there’s free stuff available. Have you got any system in place to push notifications out when they happen? A Pushbullet or similar would be great.

    David Anderton
    David Anderton
    4 years ago

    It says free and then I try and get it and it opens Google pay and tries to charge me £7.99

    zeitgeb3r
    zeitgeb3r
    4 years ago

    My great grandma is super thrilled about this early christmas present.