McFly - All The Greatest Hits album flac
|The Greatest Hits Live Show|
|6||I Wanna Hold You||3:13|
|7||I'll Be Ok||5:01|
|9||The Heart Never Lies||3:39|
|11||All About You||3:34|
|13||Room On The 3rd Floor||5:27|
|14||Don't Stop Me Now||4:19|
|15||5 Colours In Her Hair||5:33|
|17||I Wanna Hold You (Live From Manchester Arena)||3:53|
|18||Memory Lane (Live From Manchester Arena)||5:12|
|19||Behind The Scenes Footage||8:05|
|20||5 Colours In Her Hair||2:58|
|23||Room On The 3rd Floor||3:16|
|24||All About You||4:30|
|25||You've Got A Friend||5:11|
|26||I'll Be Ok||3:26|
|28||I Wanna Hold You||2:58|
|30||The Ballad Of Paul K||3:25|
|32||Don't Stop Me Now||3:23|
|35||Sorry's Not Good Enough||3:51|
|37||The Heart Never Lies||3:23|
- Record Company – Universal Music Group
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Universal Island Records Ltd.
- Copyright (c) – Universal Island Records Ltd.
- Directed By – Paul Caslin (tracks: 1 to 15)
- Producer – JJ Stereo (tracks: 1 to 15)
Notes℗ 2007 Universal Island Records Ltd. A Universal Music Company.
© 2007 Universal Island Records Ltd.
Track 16 not visible on dvd menu or printed on artwork.
Tracklist as on DVD menu shown above. It is printed as Live Show, Videos, Extras on rear insert.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode (Text): 6 02517 52849 9
- Barcode (Scanned): 0602517528499
- Label Code: LC 01846
- Matrix / Runout (Layer 0): 06025 175 284-9 50 01 ✷ 52052239
- Matrix / Runout (Layer 1): 06025 175 284-9 51 01 ✷ 52052239
- Mastering SID Code: IFPI LV26
|60251752849||McFly||All The Greatest Hits (DVD, NTSC)||Universal Music||60251752849||Brazil||2007|
A new McFly song called Cherry Cola off their greatest hits album due to be released on 26th November 2012.
Greatest Hits by McFly appeared on 3 charts for 17 weeks, peaked at in United Kingdom. View detailed chart stats and album information. co Singles & Albums.
A greatest hits album is a compilation album of successful, previously released songs by a particular music artist or band. Albums entitled Greatest Hits, or similar titles, listed alphabetically by band name or artist's last name, include: Greatest Hits by 2Pac (1998). Greatest Hits '93–'03 by 311 (2004). Best Of by 50 Cent (2017). Greatest Hits by A Teens (2005). Most Requested Hits by Aaron Carter (2003). Come Get It: The Very Best of Aaron Carter by Aaron Carter (2006).
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. However, to increase the appeal, especially to people who already own the original release, it is common to include remixes or alternate takes of popular songs; sometimes even new material (previously unreleased) will function as bonus tracks.
McFly talk greatest hits album: 'This isn't the end'. We talk to the group about their greatest hits LP and what the future holds for McFly. While we figure out just what we've been doing with ourselves, they've put together a new greatest hits album - the suitably-titled Memory Lane - which is headed up by their rather brilliant new single 'Love is Easy'
The advert to mcfly's greatest hits album.
Whilst the greatest hits album might only contain a small number of singles, A DVD release will often contain all the band's music videos up until that point. Two examples of this are Blur's The Best of DVD (2000) and Jamiroquai's High Times: Singles 1992–2006 (2006). Queen have released Greatest Video Hits 1 (2002) and Greatest Video Hits 2 (2003).
While both Zapp and Roger had enough hits to make separate greatest hits compilations, All the Greatest Hits works well due to the song inclusions and the level of skill. Zapp's first hit, "More Bounce to the Ounce" with it's hard-hitting funk with jazzy underpinnings, set the template
Greatest Hits albums are a great introduction to an artist, but they're easy to get wrong, too. Here are the essential ones for any music lover's collection. But don’t let Partridge fool you. Best of’s can somehow manage to ignore a band’s actual appeal, throwing in big-selling hits and ignoring the rest. Either that, or they have the distinct whiff of a record company cash-in. Best track: ‘The Universal’. Big omission: ‘Swamp Song’ or ‘Battle’, from 1998 album ‘13’. This is an image 2 of 28.