From Time to Time – The Singles Collection
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|From Time To Time - The Singles Collection|
|Compilation album by Paul Young|
|Released||2 September 1991|
|Paul Young chronology|
From Time To Time - The Singles Collection is a compilation album by the British singer Paul Young. Released in 1991, it was Young's first "greatest hits" collection, compiling tracks from the past decade.
The album entered the UK Albums Chart at number one (Young's third and final UK number one album) and has been certified Triple Platinum by the British Phonographic Industry for UK sales in excess of 900,000 copies.
A mastering error on some CD copies divided the track "Both Sides Now" into two sections. Exactly 2:00 of "Both Sides Now" appears at the end of track 11, before the song concludes on track 12.
- "Everytime You Go Away"
- "Come Back and Stay"
- "I'm Only Foolin' Myself"
- "Senza una donna (Without a Woman)" feat. Zucchero
- "I'm Gonna Tear Your Playhouse Down"
- "Broken Man"
- "Everything Must Change"
- "Don't Dream It's Over" feat. Paul Carrack
- "Love of the Common People"
- "Wherever I Lay My Hat (That's My Home)"
- "Both Sides Now" feat. Clannad
- "Some People"
- "Oh Girl"
- "Softly Whispering I Love You"
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|UK number one album
14 September 1991 – 20 September 1991
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