The Very Best Definitive Ultimate Greatest Hits Collection

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The Very Best Definitive Ultimate Greatest Hits Collection
Compilation album by Faith No More
Released June 8, 2009
Recorded 1987-1998
Genre Alternative metal, experimental rock, alternative rock
Label Rhino Records
Producer Various
Faith No More chronology
The Works
(2008)
The Very Best Definitive Ultimate Greatest Hits Collection
(2009)
MidLife Crisis: The Very Best of Faith No More
(2010)

The Very Best Definitive Ultimate Greatest Hits Collection is a two-disc compilation album by American band Faith No More. It was released on June 8, 2009 in the UK[1] to coincide with the band's reunion tour. This double disc set contains the band's greatest hits on the first CD, while the second CD features B-sides and rarities.

Track listing[edit]

Disc 1[edit]

  1. "The Real Thing"
  2. "From Out of Nowhere"
  3. "Epic"
  4. "We Care a Lot"
  5. "R'n'R"
  6. "Kindergarten"
  7. "Caffeine"
  8. "Land of Sunshine"
  9. "Be Aggressive"
  10. "MidLife Crisis"
  11. "A Small Victory"
  12. "Everything's Ruined"
  13. "Evidence"
  14. "Digging the Grave"
  15. "Ricochet"
  16. "Ashes to Ashes"
  17. "Stripsearch"
  18. "Easy"

Disc 2[edit]

  1. "Absolute Zero" (Previously "Digging the Grave" B-side and King for a Day Japanese bonus track)
  2. "The Big Kahuna" (Previously "Ashes to Ashes" B-side and Album of the Year Japanese bonus track)
  3. "Light Up and Let Go" (Previously "Ashes to Ashes" B-side Album of the Year Japanese bonus track)
  4. "I Won't Forget You" (rarity previously released on Who Cares a Lot? greatest hits album 1998)
  5. "The World Is Yours" (Angel Dust outtake previously released on Who Cares a Lot? greatest hits album 1998)
  6. "Hippie Jam Song" (rarity previously released on Who Cares a Lot? greatest hits album 1998)
  7. "Sweet Emotion" (Longer version of a demo given away with Kerrang! magazine in 1989. Outtake from The Real Thing sessions. Later reworked as "The Perfect Crime" for Bill & Ted's Bogus Journey and included on This Is It and The Works)
  8. "New Improved Song" (Released on a 7" EP free with Sounds magazine in 1988. Outtake from the Introduce Yourself sessions. The song "The Morning After" from The Real Thing shares the same chord progression and bassline, but is largely a different song.)
  9. "Das Schutzenfest" (previously released on Songs to Make Love To EP, 1992)
  10. "This Guy's in Love with You (Live in Sydney 21-10-1997)" (rarity previously released on Who Cares a Lot? greatest hits album 1998)

Charts[edit]

Chart (2009) Peak
position
Finnish Albums Chart[2] 6

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