Finest (Midge Ure and Ultravox album)

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Finest
Compilation album by Ultravox and Midge Ure
Released 2004
Recorded 1980 - 1988
Genre New wave, synthpop
Label EMI
Producer Ultravox, Conny Plank, George Martin
Ultravox and Midge Ure chronology
The Best Of Ultravox
(2003)
Finest
(2004)

Finest is a 2-disc compilation album by new wave and synthpop band Ultravox and his singer Midge Ure, released on EMI, in 2004. It's the ninth compilation by Ultravox, which compiles their songs made from 1980 to 1986, during the time of the success of the band with Midge Ure as singer, apart from the only 6 recordings of the solo career of the latter, which were included as the last tracks of the second CD. The package includes a booklet with sleeve notes by Adrian Thrills.

Track listing[edit]

CD 1[edit]

  1. "Sleepwalk"
  2. "Vienna"
  3. "New Europeans"
  4. "Passionate Reply"
  5. "Waiting"
  6. "Face to Face"
  7. "The Thin Wall"
  8. "We Stand Alone"
  9. "I Never Wanted to Begin" (12" Version)
  10. "Private Lives" (Live)
  11. "Paths and Angels"
  12. "When the Scream Subsides"
  13. "We Came to Dance" (12" Version)
  14. Visions in Blue
  15. Monument (Live)

CD 2[edit]

  1. "Overlook"
  2. "Passing Strangers" (Live)
  3. "Lament"
  4. "Heart of the Country"
  5. "White China"
  6. "One Small Day" (12" Version)
  7. "Building"
  8. "Love's Great Adventure"
  9. "Same Old Story"
  10. "All Fall Down" (Live)
  11. "No Regrets"
  12. "Fade to Grey" (Live)
  13. "Call of the Wild"
  14. "The Man Who Sold the World"
  15. "Dear God"

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