War Reload Their Classics on 'Greatest Hits 2.0'

'Greatest Hits 2.0'
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Get ready, low riders: the War 50th anniversary celebration is still going strong!

The funk legends announced the release of a new hits collection this fall. Greatest Hits 2.0, available on two CDs or two LPs on Oct. 29, is a brand-new career-spanning collection that'll feature all the War songs you love, like "Spill the Wine," "The World is a Ghetto," "The Cisco Kid," "Why Can't We Be Friends," "Low Rider," "Summer" and many more.

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But you won't even have to wait that long for the next part of the celebration: on July 30 at 3 p.m. EST, the band's YouTube channel will stream a new 50th anniversary special, featuring a Q&A with founding member and frontman Lonnie Jordan and longtime producer Jerry Goldstein, testimonials from famous fans, a sing-along to "Why Can't We Be Friends" and more.

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