Title: Greatest Hits
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The Greatest Hits is the second compilation album by British pop group Five Star, released in 2003. Although released 14 years after their previous compilation Greatest Hits, this album covers the same period of 1985 to 1989 and includes all of Five Star's UK Top 50 hit singles. Also included is the 1988 single "There's a Brand New World", which peaked at number 61, in place of the non-album bonus track "Something About My Baby" that had appeared on the previous Greatest Hits.
Five Star – Greatest Hits. Label: Tent – PD 74080, BMG Records (UK) Ltd. – PD 74080, RCA – PD 74080. Reply See 2 replies Notify me 2 Helpful.
Label Titled: Five Star's Greatest Hits Sleeve Titled: Greatest (5 Star) Hits. Greatest Hits (Cass, Album, Comp).
Five or 5 Star(s) or star(s), 5 and similar may refer to a grading of a hotel, restaurant, movie, TV show, energy efficiency, theatre or musical work or performance, etc. - see star (classification).
Tina Turner - Twenty Four Seven - UK CD album 1999. No Doubt - No Doubt - UK CD album 1992. Christina Aguilera - Back To Basics - UK CD album 2006. Oleta Adams - Circle Of One - UK CD album 1990. Kylie Minogue - Hits + - UK CD album 2000. James Arthur - James Arthur - UK CD album 2013.
Five Star Greatest Hits. THE VOICE, the lady could sing, if you are at that age and you do recall lots of the tracks this cd of hits is just for you, iam sure in the time there were around that they got alot of. stick for sounding like the jacksons, but they do stand on there own feet and do a verey good job of it, great songs to sing with and great music, it brings back some times when i was a young man and some i care to forget, but do give this ago, its well worth the dosh.
Redirected from Greatest hits). A greatest hits album, sometimes called a "best of" album or a catalog album, is a compilation of songs by a particular artist or band. Most often the track list contains previously released recordings with a high degree of notability.
Greatest hits retrospectives are more than just stocking-fillers; they sell in their millions. To celebrate the 60th anniversary of the Official Albums Chart, we reveal the greatest of the greatest – the hits collections that sold the most. Queen – Greatest Hits. Can there be anyone left in the UK who doesn't know a Queen song? Even young whippersnappers will know We Are The Champions and We Will Rock You, right? Right. And they're just two of the tracks you will find on this, the bestselling hits album of all time. Out of 17 songs featured, only one missed the Top 10 (Lucky Star) and Madonna used the canny trick of driving up demand by taking the then-unusual step of featuring all-new remixes of some of her classics. Fans are still divided over whether this was a travesty or a revelation (justice for Into The Groove and Like A Prayer plz).
|1||All Fall Down|
|2||Let Me Be The One|
|3||Love Take Over|
|6||Can't Wait Another Minute|
|7||Find The Time|
|8||Rain Or Shine|
|9||If I Say Yes|
|10||Stay Out Of My Life|
|11||The Slightest Touch|
|12||Whenever You're Ready|
|13||Strong As Steel|
|15||Rock My World|
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