2006 greatest hits albums

Posted Jan 11, 2012
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  1. 16 Biggest Hits

    16 Biggest Hits (2006)


    16 Biggest Hits is a 2006 John Denver compilation album. It is part of a series of similar 16 Biggest Hits albums released by Legacy Recordings.

  2. El Disco De Rebelde Way

    El Disco De Rebelde Way (2006)


    El Disco de Rebelde Way is compilation of the greatest hits of Argentine band Erreway. It released for Spain only, in 2006. It sold out in 350000 copies. The album consists of the greatest hits of Erreway, from their albums Señales and Tiempoand one DVD. Artist on this album were Felipe Colombo, Camila Bordonaba, Benjamin Rojas and Luisana Lopilato.

  3. Best Of Chris Isaak

    Best Of Chris Isaak (2006)


    Best of Chris Isaak is an album by Chris Isaak released on May 9, 2006 on the Reprise Records Warner Bros. Records record label.

  4. The Hits

    The Hits (2007)


    The Hits is a compilation album by American R&B group Jagged Edge. It includes their biggest singles, plus a few album tracks from their 2006 self-titled release. While not being primarily a singles collection, it does not seem to be a release approved by the group itself. It was released on November 21, 2006.

  5. Dreams - The Ultimate Corrs Collection

    Dreams - The Ultimate Corrs Collection (2006)


    Dreams: The Ultimate Corrs Collection is a compilation album by Irish band The Corrs, released on 20 November 2006.

  6. Best Of

    Best Of (2006)


    Best Of is the first compilation album from R&B singer Christina Milian released exclusively in Japan on November 14, 2006 by Universal Music Japan. The album includes her singles and songs that she chose herself from her first three studio albums, Christina Milian, It's About Time, and So Amazin'. The album peaked at #29 on the Japan's Oricon Albums Chart, selling 38,078 copies.

  7. Twenty Five

    Twenty Five (2006)


    Twenty Five is singer George Michael's 2006 greatest hits album, which celebrates the 25th anniversary of his music career. It was released on 13 November 2006 via Sony BMG. It debuted at number one on the UK Albums Chart and number twenty-three on the Billboard 200, and it reached the top twenty on most other album charts.

  8. The Platinum Collection

    The Platinum Collection (2006)


    The Platinum Collection is the first greatest hits collection of American singer Laura Branigan that was released posthumously. It was released only in the United Kingdom on July 24, 2006, however is available as an import in other regions. The album is part of the Warner Platinum series released by Rhino Records.

  9. The Very Best Of Roberta Flack

    The Very Best Of Roberta Flack (2006)


    The Very Best of Roberta Flack is a greatest hits album from Roberta Flack, spanning songs from her entire career, and released on Rhino Records in 2006. In his review of the album, Rob Theakston of allmusic says it "is easily the best retrospective of her work available to date."

  10. Musique Vol. 1 1993-2005

    Musique Vol. 1 1993-2005 (2006)


    Musique Vol. 1 1993–2005 is an anthology by Daft Punk released in Japan on 29 March 2006, in the United Kingdom on 3 April 2006, and in the United States on 4 April 2006. A special edition includes a bonus DVD with 12 music videos—two of which are new, "The Prime Time of Your Life" and "Robot Rock (Maximum Overdrive)". To save space on the audio CD, a few of the tracks are shorter edits. The song "Digital Love" appears only in the digital release and Japan edition. The DVD edition was rated 15 by the BBFC.

  11. Lover Of Life, Singer Of Songs

    Lover Of Life, Singer Of Songs (2006)


    Lover of Life, Singer of Songs (with the subtitle The Very Best of Freddie Mercury Solo) is a compilation album of Freddie Mercury's solo songs. It was released (except in the U.S.) on September 4, 2006, the day before the 60th anniversary of Mercury's birth. It was released on November 21, 2006 in the U.S, three days before the 15th anniversary of Mercury's death. A 2-disc DVD was released to accompany the CD. The DVD contained "The Untold Story" documentary on Disc 1, and various music videos on Disc 2.

  12. Greatest Hits: The Atlantic Years

    Greatest Hits: The Atlantic Years (2006)


    Greatest Hits: The Atlantic Years is a greatest hits album by American alternative metal band P.O.D.. It was the first P.O.D. release since the group left Atlantic Records. Releaseded on November 21, 2006, it sold 10,000 copies in its first week. The album included The Warriors EP Vol. 1 if purchased at Best Buy stores. Some of such pack-in copies are still available at retail.

  13. Greatest Hits & Videos

    Greatest Hits & Videos (2006)


    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.

  14. The Very Best Of 10cc

    The Very Best Of 10cc (1997)


    The Very Best of 10cc is a 1997 compilation album by the band 10cc. The album comes with an exclusive essay written by Chris White especially for it. It was released in the UK with 18 tracks and in the USA with 15 tracks (adding For You And I and deleting four tracks: Une Nuit A Paris; Under Your Thumb; Wedding Bells; and, Neanderthal Man. The album features all of the highest charting material from the band's career and also features several songs by Godley & Creme and (in the UK edition) Neanderthal Man by Hotlegs, acts closely associated with 10cc. The album charted at #37 on the UK Albums Chart.

  15. Hits!

    Hits! (2005)


    Hits! is a compilation album by Boz Scaggs, first released in 1980.

  16. The Essential Gloria Estefan

    The Essential Gloria Estefan (2006)


    The Essential Gloria Estefan is the seventh compilation album released by American singer Gloria Estefan, but is the twentieth-eighth album overall, released in 2006. It is part of Sony BMG's The Essential series.

  17. Overloaded: The Singles Collection

    Overloaded: The Singles Collection (2006)


    Overloaded: The Singles Collection is a compilation album by British girl group the Sugababes. It was released by Island Records on 13 November 2006 in the United Kingdom. The main version of the album was a 15-track collection of 13 Sugababes singles and two new tracks. Other editions, which included a remixes collection, a live songs collection recorded for Napster.com and a DVD featuring the fourteen music videos that corresponded to the singles included on the album, were also released. Contrary to initial reports that vocals from departed Sugababes Mutya Buena and Siobhán Donaghy were going to be re-recorded by Heidi Range and Amelle Berrabah, all songs are presented in their original album versions (with the exception of "Red Dress").

  18. Respect M.E.

    Respect M.E. (2006)


    Respect M.E. (Short for Respect Missy Elliott) is the first greatest hits album by American rapper-songwriter Missy Elliott, released by Atlantic Records on September 4, 2006 in Europe, Asia and Australia. It includes a collection of the singles from across all six of her studio albums, released between 1997 and 2005. Speculation about two new tracks on this greatest hits soon began after the announcement that cd was coming. Two tracks called "123" and "Magnifica" were supposed to be on it according to rumours and 123 could even be pre-ordered as a cd-single in the UK musicstore HMV. However, these songs did not make it on the album.

  19. The Singles

    The Singles (2006)


    The Singles is Feeder's second UK compilation album, following the limited release b-sides album Picture of Perfect Youth.

  20. Mass Appeal: The Best Of Gang Starr

    Mass Appeal: The Best Of Gang Starr (2006)


    Mass Appeal: Best of Gang Starr is a greatest hits album by hip hop duo Gang Starr released by Virgin/EMI Records on December 26, 2006. It is named after the popular Gang Starr song "Mass Appeal," which is one of the eighteen tracks on the album. The limited-edition version of this album contains two bonus tracks on the first disc and a bonus disc with 11 music videos in DVD format. The music videos range are taken from all Gang Starr albums excluding No More Mr. Nice Guy and are arranged in chronological order. The tracks on disc one are not arranged in chronological order but are taken from every Gang Starr album. Mass Appeal: Best of Gang Starr differs from the group's first greatest hits compilation, Full Clip: A Decade of Gang Starr, because it contains a bonus disc of music videos and it contains tracks from The Ownerz. Also, there are no previously unreleased tracks on Mass Appeal excluding the two bonus tracks, which appeared on the Japanese version of The Ownerz.

  21. Best Of Tata Young

    Best Of Tata Young (2009)


    Best of Tata Young (Thai: ) is a 2006 greatest hits album by Thai pop singer Tata Young. It is a career-spanning, two-disc album, covering her years as a teen star at GMM Grammy (Amita Tata Young, 1,000,000 Copies Celebration, 6.2.12, Amazing Tata, O Negative, Red Bike Story), her switch to BEC-TERO (Tata Young, Real TT) and eventual signing to Sony BMG Music Entertainment (Dangerous Tata and her English language debut, I Believe). It was released ahead of her second English-language album, Temperature Rising.

  22. Voice: The Best Of Beverley Knight

    Voice: The Best Of Beverley Knight (2006)


    Voice – The Best of Beverley Knight is the first greatest hits album by English R&B-soul singer Beverley Knight, released in the United Kingdom on 20 March 2006 by Parlophone. The collection included twelve top forty singles, including the new track and single "Piece of My Heart". The album also included a second new track co-written with and produced by Chris Braide entitled "Who's Gonna Save Your Soul" and two live tracks.

  23. Greatest Hits: Postcards from East Oceanside

    Greatest Hits: Postcards from East Oceanside (2006)


    Postcards from East Oceanside: Greatest Hits is Paula Cole's first compilation album. It also includes two new tracks, "Tomorrow I Will Be Yours" and "Postcards From East Oceanside".

  24. The Best Of Type O Negative

    The Best Of Type O Negative (2007)


    The Best of Type O Negative is an album from Roadrunner Records, featuring a collection of Type O Negative's music with the label. The album was released without Type O Negative's involvement (they were signed to SPV Records by the time of this compilation's release), so it's unlikely that the record was officially recognized by the band themselves. Songs from the albums The Origin of the Feces and then-new material from Least Worst Of are not represented on the album. Despite being an unsanctioned release, the cover of Deep Purple's Highway Star does not appear on any other Type O Negative release and is exclusive to the compilation - with exception of its previous inclusion on the compilation NASCAR: Crank It Up. No input from the band was involved in this release, which was not well received by fans

  25. High Times Singles 1992 - 2006

    High Times Singles 1992 - 2006 (2006)


    High Times: Singles 1992–2006 is the fifth compilation album released by British acid jazz band Jamiroquai. The album was intended to be a collection of the group's singles, however, is more widely known as is a collection of the band's best-known hits, as it does not include the singles "Stillness In Time", "Half The Man" (available on both the regular and deluxe japanese pressings), "Light Years", "Supersonic", "King For A Day" and "You Give Me Something", as well as omitting the international-only singles "The Kids" and "Black Capricorn Day". The album also includes includes two never before released songs, "Runaway" and "Radio". The album ended Jamiroquai's contract with Sony BMG. The album peaked at #1 on the UK Albums Chart, as well as reaching #5 in Italy and #1 in Japan.

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