Greatest Hits (Anna Abreu album)

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Greatest Hits
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Compilation album by Anna Abreu
Released 22 February 2012
Recorded 2007–2010
Genre Pop, R&B, dance
Language English, Portuguese
Label RCA
Producer Rauli 'Rake' Eskolin, Teema Brunila, Jukka Immonen, Jussi Nikula, Patric Sarin,
Anna Abreu chronology
Rush
(2011)
Greatest Hits
(2012)
V
(2014)

Greatest Hits is the first compilation album by Finnish singer-songwriter Anna Abreu, released in Finland by RCA on February 22, 2012. The album contains all of the singles released from Abreu's four previous studio albums (Anna Abreu, Now, Just a Pretty Face? and Rush) along with several album tracks that were favourites of Abreu's. The album was released in two formats: a CD only version containing eighteen tracks, or a 2-disc CD/DVD version which also includes Abreu's eight music videos and a documentary. The album would be Abreu's final release under her recording contract with RCA, as she moved to Warner Bros. Records later in 2012.

Commercial performance[edit]

Greatest Hits debuted and peaked at number eighteen on the Finnish Top 50 Albums Chart, Abreu's lowest chart position to date. To date it has sold around 5,000 copies.

Chart performance[edit]

Chart Peak
position
Weeks on
chart
Certification Sales
Finnish Albums Chart 18 (1)[1] 6 N/A 5,000

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Writer(s) Producer(s) Length
1. "End of Love (from Anna Abreu)"   Teema Brunila Rauli Eskolin, Teema Brunila 03:42
2. "Vinegar (from Now)"   Patric Sarin, Rauli Eskolin Rauli Eskolin 3:41
3. "Music Everywhere (from Just a Pretty Face?)"   Sarin, Eskolin, Eva Peijakas Rauli Eskolin 3:16
4. "Stereo (from Rush)"   Bryn Christopher, Jukka Immonen, Ali Tennant Jukka Immonen 4:05
5. "Hysteria (from Rush)"   Sarin Jukka Immonen 4:07
6. "Ivory Tower (from Anna Abreu)"   Eskolin Rauli Eskolin 3:46
7. "Impatient (from Just a Pretty Face?)"   Eskolin, Sarin, Anna Abreu Rauli Eskolin 3:45
8. "Worst Part Is Over feat. Redrama (from Rush)"   Redrama, Abreu, Immonen Jukka Immonen 3:38
9. "Silent Despair (from Now)"   Sarin, Eskolin, Abreu Rauli Eskolin 3:57
10. "Be With You (from Rush)"   Jussi Nikula, Erik Nyholm, Antti Riihimaki Jukka Immonen, Jussi Nikula 3:31
11. "Slam (from Just a Pretty Face?)"   Steve Lee, Sarin Rauli Eskolin, Patric Sarin 3:00
12. "Are You Ready (from Anna Abreu)"   Ruth-Anne Cunningham, Daniel John O'Donoghue Rauli Eskolin 3:13
13. "2nd Chance (from Just a Pretty Face?)"   David Astrom, Patrik Berggren, Jonas Myrin Rauli Eskolin 3:23
14. "Something About U (from Now)"   Mats Valentin, Johan 'Jones' Wetterberg, Per Eklund Rauli Eskolin 3:56
15. "Come Undone (from Now)"   Eskolin Rauli Eskolin 4:01
16. "Do Avesso (from Just a Pretty Face?)"   Abreu, Marina Alberto Rauli Eskolin 4:13
17. "Everywhere I Go (from Anna Abreu)"   Nathan Brent Bennett, Steven Stewart Rauli Eskolin 3:17
18. "Stereo (RunAgo 2012 Remix)"   Christopher, Immonen, Tennant Jukka Immonen 5:36

Promotion[edit]

Over and Out Tour
Tour by Anna Abreu
Associated album Greatest Hits
Start date February 20, 2012
End date April 27, 2012
Legs 1
Shows 4 in Finland
Anna Abreu concert chronology
Rush Tour
(2011)
Over and Out Tour
(2012)
V Tour (2014)

In 2012, Abreu promoted her greatest hits album with the Over and Out Tour throughout Finland. Her Walking On Water Two show, which was a one-off held aboard the M/S Silja Europa in Turku was also used to promote the album.

Setlist[2][3][edit]

Tour dates[4][edit]

Date City Country Venue
February 20, 2012 Turku Finland M/S Silja Europa
April 11, 2012 Vantaa Konserttitalo Martinus
April 19, 2012 Pieksämäki Poleeni
April 27, 2012 Helsinki The Circus

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