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Frankie Say Greatest

Frankie Say Greatest
Frankie Goes to Hollywood
Released 2 November 2009
Genre Pop/Rock/Music
Label ZTT/Universal/All Around The World
Producer Trevor Horn, Stephen Lipson, Chicane, Kenny Hayes, Scott Storch, Freddy Bastone
Frankie Goes to Hollywood chronology

Rage Hard: The Sonic Collection
(2004)
Frankie Say Greatest
(2009)

Frankie Say Greatest is a compilation album by Frankie Goes to Hollywood, released in 2009 by ZTT Records. The album is available in various formats: single CD, double CD, double LP, and DVD. The latter contains the music videos to the band's singles, while the LP version focusses on remixes only.

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Track listing

CD 1: 2724180 / 2724183 United Kingdom

  1. "Relax" (Move) - 3:54
  2. "Two Tribes" (For The Victims Of Ravishment) - 3:23
  3. "Welcome to the Pleasuredome" (Alternative Reel) 5:11
  4. "War" (Hide Yourself) - 4:14
  5. "The Power of Love" (7" Mix) – 5:28
  6. "Ferry Cross The Mersey" – 4:03
  7. "Is There Anyone Out There?" – Movement 2 - 7:33
  8. "(Tag)" - 0:34
  9. "Born To Run" (LP Version) – 3:56
  10. "Warriors of the Wasteland" (Album Version) - 4:53
  11. "Rage Hard" (7" Mix) – 5:09
  12. "Watching the Wildlife" (Album Version) - 4:19
  13. "Happy Hi!" - 4:04
  14. "Waves" (Edit) - 2:44
  15. "Relax" - Chicane Radio Edit - 3:12
  16. "Two Tribes" (Hibakusha) - 6:36
  17. "Relax" - Lockout's Radio Edit - 3:30

Track 1 is labelled as "Relax" - Original 7". The original title for this version is "Relax" (Move) on the 7" single.
Track 2 is the version that appears on the debut LP "Welcome to the Pleasuredome", not the single version.
Track 3 is labelled as "Welcome To The Pleasuredome" (Escape Act Video Mix), taken from the original 12" single.
Track 7 is an alternative mix from the original song.
Track 9 is the album version, without the spoken intro which appears on some 12" singles.
Track 10 and 12 are album versions, taken from "Liverpool".
Track 14 is an edited version, fading out approximately 15 seconds earlier than the original version.
Track 15 and 17 are new remixes, exclusive to this release.

CD 2: 2724180 / 2724184 United Kingdom

  1. "Relax" (Sex Mix) - 16:22
  2. "Two Tribes" (Annihilation) - 9:09
  3. "War" (Hidden) - 8:33
  4. "Welcome To The Pleasuredome" (Fruitness Mix) - 12:12
  5. "Rage Hard" (Freddie Bastone Vocal Remix) - 6:59
  6. "Watching The Wildlife" (Hotter) - 9:07
  7. "Relax" - Scott Storch Mix - 3:40
  8. "Suffragette City" - 3:34
  9. "Our Silver Turns To Gold" - 3:39
  10. "Get It On" (Short Version) - 2:33

Track 4 is the extended version from the 12" single "Welcome To The Pleasedome" (Fruitness).
Track 5 is mistitled as "Rage Hard" (Freddie Bastone Remix). Taken from the USA 12" single. Also, the name of the remixer is misspelled. It should be Freddy Bastone, not Freddie.
Track 7 is a new remix, exclusive to this release.
Track 10 is a short version that appeared on several vinyl releases. Various versions were issued on vinyl, all varying in length.

External links

  • at Pierre Oitmann's website
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