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Greatest Hits is a compilation album by the American rock band Journey, originally released in 1988 by Columbia Records. It is the band's best-selling career disc, spending 452 weeks on the Billboard 200 album chart. Additionally, as of late 2014, it has logged nearly 1,000 weeks on Billboard's Catalog albums chart.
As of December 2008, it was reported to have been the sixth highest certified 'greatest hits' package in the United States according to the RIAA, behind only similar collections by The Eagles, Billy Joel, Elton John, and The Beatles' red and blue compilations.
It continues to be one of the most popular 'best of' packages, at times selling close to 500,000 copies globally per year. The album has been reissued several times and was digitally remastered for compact disc by Legacy Recordings, issued on August 1, 2006, with a bonus track. In Japan, the album has been reissued as Open Arms: Greatest Hits with the song "Open Arms" appearing as the first song on the album. A second Journey compilation album, Greatest Hits 2, was released in 2011.
Complete Greatest Hits
Complete Greatest Hits is a compilation album by the new wave band The Cars, released in 2002 by Elektra Records and Rhino Records, and contains 20 singles in chronological order of their original release. The album charted at number 10 on the New Zealand Music Charts.
Number Ones is a greatest hits album by American singer Michael Jackson. It was released on November 18, 2003 by Epic Records. Number Ones was Jackson's first proper compilation album with Epic Records, after the release of the first disc of HIStory in 1995. The album included Jackson singles that reportedly reached number 1 in charts around the world. The album also features the last original single released during Jackson's lifetime, "One More Chance", released on November 20, 2003.
Number Ones was successful around the world, originally reaching number 1 in the UK among other countries. The album eventually returned to the top spot in the UK and US charts in 2009 after Jackson's sudden death, staying as the number one selling album in the United States for six non consecutive weeks and for twenty-seven weeks on the Top Pop Catalog Albums chart. However, as a 'catalog' title, initially Number Ones was excluded from the Billboard 200 denying Jackson a seventh solo No. 1 album on the chart.
Greatest Hits is a compilation album by British-American rock band Fleetwood Mac. It covers the period of the band's greatest commercial success, from the mid-1970s to the late-1980s. The album was released on 15 November 1988, by Warner Bros. Records.
It is different from the similarly titled 1971 release by the Peter Green incarnation of the band, and contains an entirely different track listing. The 1988 album in fact omits anything before 1975 including "Albatross", one of the band's biggest hits.
The album has proven to be a major success since the time of its release. It peaked at number 14 on the US Billboard 200, and sold steadily over the years since its release, and has to date been certified 8x platinum for shipping eight million copies there. In the United Kingdom it reached number three upon release and has returned several times to the UK album chart and has been certified triple platinum for shipping 900,000 copies there. In both the US and the UK, the album has returned to the album charts as recently as 2017.
The album contains two new tracks, "As Long as You Follow", and "No Questions Asked".
Huey Lewis & the News
Greatest Hits & Videos is a greatest hits album by Huey Lewis and the News, released on May 23, 2006. It contains the band's most popular songs and music videos. The collection has outsold their previous hits compilation, Time Flies... The Best of Huey Lewis & the News from the previous decade. In January 2012, the album was certified Gold by the RIAA.
A version without the DVD was released as Greatest Hits with different cover artwork.
Greatest Hits--Rock 'n' Soul, Part 1
Daryl Hall & John Oates
Rock 'n Soul Part 1 is a greatest hits album by American musical duo Hall & Oates, credited as "Daryl Hall John Oates" on the album cover. Released by RCA Records in October 18, 1983, the album featured mostly hit singles recorded by the duo and released by RCA, along with one single from the duo's period with Atlantic Records and two previously unreleased songs recorded earlier in the year: "Say It Isn't So" and "Adult Education".
The album was originally released on LP and cassette, with sides labeled "Side One" and "Side A", and was the duo's first album to be released on the then-new compact disc format. In 2006, the album was re-released on CD by RCA and Legacy Recordings with two bonus tracks. On October 16, 2015 Mobile Fidelity Sound Lab released the album on SACD but it doesn't include the bonus tracks of the 2006 CD.
The duo pacted with HBO for a concert special, it became their first for pay-tv, they performed a show at the Montreal Forum in Quebec, Canada on March 10 and 11, 1983, the performance was filmed and released as a VHS called: Rock 'n Soul Live, the video was certified Gold by the RIAA on July 15, 1986 denoting shipments of 50,000.
Songs You Know By Heart
Songs You Know by Heart: Jimmy Buffett's Greatest Hit is the 18th album and the first greatest hits compilation by American popular music singer-songwriter Jimmy Buffett. It was released in January 2, 1985, on LP and October 17, 1990, on CD and cassette. The parenthetical "s" in the subtitle alludes to the status at the time of "Margaritaville" as Buffett's single large chart hit. Although the album charted at 100 on the Billboard 200, it is currently certified 7x Platinum by the RIAA, making it Buffett's most commercially successful.
Despite its 1985 release date, the album only includes songs from 1973 to 1979. Aside of 1976's Havaña Daydreamin', this compilation includes at least one song from every album released between 1973 and 1979.
Thriller 25 is the 25th anniversary edition reissue of American recording artist Michael Jackson's sixth studio album Thriller. The original album sold between 51 and 65 million copies worldwide, making it the world's best selling album of all time. The prospect of a "second chapter" to Thriller was first publicly discussed on Access Hollywood in late 2006. Jackson said he would discuss the idea with collaborator will.i.am. It was released in Australia on February 8, 2008, internationally on February 11, 2008, and in the United States on February 12, 2008 by Epic Records, Legacy Recordings and MJJ Productions.
Thriller 25 was released by Sony BMG's re-issue division, Legacy Recordings. In the United Kingdom, the BBFC gave it a '15' certificate because it included the video for "Thriller". It is the first Jackson album with an age certificate. Along with the original material, the reissue contained remixes, new material, a DVD and collaborations with several contemporary artists.
Two singles, "The Girl Is Mine 2008" and "Wanna Be Startin' Somethin' 2008", were released from the album to moderate success and a number of the other remixes charted, despite no physical release.
Let's Go Crazy
Dans Dit Beter
King of the Summer
Summertime Madness II
This Is the Girl
Tarantella Napoletana (Bellissima Mix)
Don't Dream It's Over (feat. Madison Barrick)
Sweet Victory (feat. Broadway Inspirational Voices)
S.N.O.T. Chamber Orchestra
Don't Stop Believin'
Total Eclipse of the Heart
I'm On Fire
I'm Still Standing
Money For Nothing
Dancing In the Dark
We Didn't Start the Fire
Everybody Wants To Rule The World
Tears For Fears
I Wanna Dance with Somebody (Who Loves Me)
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