Richard Marx Greatest Hits Giveaway – 5 Winners

Do you all remember this post I wrote earlier this month about Richard Marx Greatest Hits being released?

Well, guess what? I got a copy!

I was so totally over the moon. Like I said before I really love Richard Marx‘s music! My husband kind of rolled his eyes at me but I just smiled and listened on. I’m in heaven.

It really takes me back to my younger years, the simpler times when I dreamed of love and what my future was going to be like. The ballads that made you feel such emotion like “Don’t Mean Nothing” and “Right Here Waiting”. It made you want to have someone who would pine for you like he did. Such wonderful music.

The greatest hits include:

1. Endless Summer Nights
2. One Thing Left
3. Hazard
4. Over My Head
5. Angelia
6. Now and Forever
7. Keep Coming Back
8. This I Promise You
9. Loved
10. Should’ve Known Better
11. Right Here Waiting
12. When You Loved Me (new original material)

1. Don’t Mean Nothing
2. Should’ve Known Better
3. Endless Summer Nights
4. Keep Coming Back
5. Take This Heart
6. Hold On To The Nights
7. Angelia
8. Hazard
9. Too Late To Say Goodbye
10. Satisfied
11. Right Here Waiting
12. When You Loved Me

1. Endless Summer Nights
2. Take This Heart
3. One Thing Left
4. When You’re Gone
5. Hazard
6. Through My Veins
7. Always On Your Mind
8. Angelia
9. Everybody
10. Should’ve Known Better
11. Don’t Mean Nothing
12. Right Here Waiting

You can purchase Richard Marx’s Greatest Hits at the following sites:

Official Store –

iTunes –

And while you’re waiting for your music to arrive you can go to his official YouTube page and enjoy songs there. Also if you’re a social media junkie like me you can find him on Facebook and Twitter.

Enter to win

5 winners are going to get their very own copy of Richard Marx’s Greatest Hits on cd. To enter, share with us a memory you have of listening to Richard’s music in your earlier days.

This giveaway will end March 8th and a winner will be chosen by and announced in our Weekly Around the Blogosphere post.

This post is part of a promotional campaign for Richard Marx. All opinions are our own.




  1. says

    Middle school drill team officer tryouts…..Right Here Waiting was my song choice and I made lieutenant. Boy, does that bring back memories to include my bad perm days. Eeeeek! I still love his music though. My dad who had to listen to it for weeks….not so much.

  2. Jessica T. says

    I can remember Right Here Waiting and Hold on to the Nights being played at our high school dance! I feel so old!

  3. says

    My sister moved to Cali from SC and took her 3 small children. My mom would listen to Right Here Waiting and cry! Still to this day when I hear it, I remember my mom crying over that cassette and missing her grandbabies!

  4. Stephanie says

    I remember listening to my Richard Marx cassette tapes over and over! Hazard was a depressing song, but I really still liked it!

  5. says

    I remember one time I was with my grandma in the car, I was about 10 years old. ‘Right Here Waiting’ came on the radio and I said “this is Richard Marx”. Now, my grandma was a little out of touch with the times, so her response was to look around her and say “oh is that someone you go to school with?”! I laughed so hard! I felt bad afterwards because how the heck was she supposed to know who Richard Marx was?

    coriwestphal at msn dot com

  6. wendy wallach says

    i used to listen to him all the time in my car when I used to go out driving around with my friends!

    madamerkf at aol dot com

  7. says

    OMG I used to have a crush on Richard Marxx! So ofcourse I have a fav song! I love Should Have Known Better – because in most cases when I was younger I should have.. LOL I want this CD!!!

  8. says

    I just had a flashback LOL…my memory is from New Years Eve in 1988 and one of the last parties I had with many friends/alum from high school. (one of the 1st parties most of us were legal drinking

  9. Sharon says

    I did listen to him back in the day, but can’t think of any specific memories associated with his songs.

  10. ACMommy3 says

    Hate to admit this, but I don’t remember hearing his music…but I went to his site and like what I hear. Maybe I can’t get caught up to what I missed now. 😀 creedamy [at] yahoo [dot] com

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