Decade: Greatest Hits

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Decade – Greatest Hits
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Greatest hits album by Duran Duran
Released 15 November 1989
Recorded 1980–1989
Length 56:05
Label Capitol (US/Canada)
EMI Records
Duran Duran chronology
Big Thing
Decade – Greatest Hits
Singles from Decade: Greatest Hits
  1. "Burning The Ground"
    Released: December 1989
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 4.5/5 stars[1]
Robert Christgau B−[2]

Decade – Greatest Hits is a greatest hits album by Duran Duran, released on 15 November 1989 (see 1989 in music).

The remix single "Burning the Ground" was released to radio to promote this album; it was created by producer John Jones mixing snippets of the band's biggest hits from the previous decade into a new piece of music. However, the track was not included on the Decade album itself.

Decade's track listing picked various hits from all Duran Duran's albums and presented them in mixes that were popular and mainstream among the public. Hence, it includes the Nile Rodgers edit of "The Reflex" and the radio edits of "Notorious" and "Skin Trade".

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Planet Earth" – 3:58 from Duran Duran
  2. "Girls on Film" – 3:30 from Duran Duran
  3. "Hungry Like the Wolf" (130 B.P.M. single version) – 3:25 from Rio
  4. "Rio" – 5:33 from Rio
  5. "Save a Prayer" – 5:25 from Rio
  6. "Is There Something I Should Know?" – 4:05 Non-album single
  7. "Union of the Snake" – 4:20 from Seven and the Ragged Tiger
  8. "The Reflex" (7" Remix) – 4:25 from Seven and the Ragged Tiger
  9. "The Wild Boys" – 4:16 from Arena
  10. "A View to a Kill" – 3:35 from A View to a Kill
  11. "Notorious" (45 mix) – 3:58 from Notorious
  12. "Skin Trade" (Radio Cut) – 4:25 from Notorious
  13. "I Don't Want Your Love" (Shep Pettibone 7" Remix) – 3:47 from Big Thing
  14. "All She Wants Is" (45 Mix) – 4:36 from Big Thing

In Brazil, "All She Wants Is" was replaced by "A Matter of Feeling", which is one of the biggest hits of Duran Duran in the country, despite not being a single worldwide.



AlbumBillboard (North America)

Year Chart Position
1989 The Billboard 200 67