The Pop Hits

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The Pop Hits
Compilation album by Roxette
Released 24 March 2003
Recorded 1988–2002
Genre Pop
Label EMI
Roxette chronology
The Ballad Hits
The Pop Hits
Roxette Hits
Singles from The Pop Hits
  1. "Opportunity Nox"
    Released: 2003
Professional ratings
Review scores
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Allmusic 3/5 stars[1]

The Pop Hits is one of two "best of" albums by Swedish pop duo Roxette, released on 24 March 2003. The other is The Ballad Hits, released in October 2002.

"Opportunity Nox", "Little Miss Sorrow", "Makin' Love To You" and "Bla Bla Bla Bla Bla (You Broke My Heart)" were newly recorded for this album. "Better Off on Her Own" was a B-side of the 1999 single "Stars". Original version of "Stupid" appeared earlier on Per Gessle's solo album The World According to Gessle. "Opportunity Nox" was released as a single, and in March 2003 the song became the first Roxette song to reach Svensktoppen.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Opportunity Nox"
  2. "The Look"
  3. "Dressed for Success" (US Single Mix)
  4. "Dangerous" (G.M. Remaster '03)
  5. "Joyride" (Single edit)
  6. "The Big L"
  7. "Church of Your Heart" (G.M. Remaster '03)
  8. "How Do You Do!"
  9. "Sleeping in My Car" (Single edit)
  10. "Run To You" (G.M. Remaster '03)
  11. "June Afternoon"
  12. "Stars" (G.M. Remaster '03)
  13. "The Centre of the Heart" (G.M. Remaster '03)
  14. "Real Sugar"
  15. "Little Miss Sorrow"

Four track bonus EP[edit]

  1. "Stupid"
  2. "Makin' Love to You"
  3. "Better Off on Her Own"
  4. "Bla Bla Bla Bla Bla (You Broke My Heart)"


  • "Opportunity Nox"
    1. "Opportunity Nox"
    2. "Fading Like a Flower (Everytime You Leave)" (Live)
    3. "Breathe" (T&A Demo)


Country Position
Austria 32
Belgium (Flanders) 17
Denmark 17
Finland 40
Germany 22
Netherlands 27
Norway 13
Sweden 16
Switzerland 27