The Singular Adventures of The Style Council is the first greatest hits album by The Style Council, released in 1989. Subtitled Greatest Hits Vol.1, there was never an actual volume two although other Style Council greatest hits albums have been released, such as Greatest Hits in 2000. However, the two greatest hits albums have different track listings in that Singular Adventures generally features full length versions, alongside some album tracks, is not run in chronological order and does not contain all the band's singles. The album cover is a photograph showing all four members taken in 1987, an outtake from the photo session producing the US album cover to The Cost of Loving. Other photographs from the session were later used for Here's Some That Got Away and Greatest Hits.
"Promised Land", a non-album single from 1989, was from the sessions for the band's Modernism: A New Decade album, recorded in 1989 but unreleased due to Polydor's demands (this album was released instead) and not released until 1998. The single was released as a new song from this album. The album was released in June 1989 around the time of the band's split to positive reviews and reached number 3 in the UK Album Chart.