Greatest Hits (Spiderbait album)

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Greatest Hits
Spiderbaits - Greatest Hits.jpg
Greatest hits album by Spiderbait
Released 12 September 2005
Recorded 1990–2005
Genre Alternative rock, hard rock
Length 80:45
Label Universal
Producer Andy Baldwin
Spiderbait chronology
Tonight Alright
(2004)
Greatest Hits
(2005)
Spiderbait
(2013)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Buttonhole (9.9/10)[1]

Greatest Hits is a greatest hits album by Australian rock band Spiderbait. The band decided to put out the compilation after discovering newer fans had not been aware of Spiderbait before "Black Betty". "We'd talk to these excited kids who didn't know our previous albums," recalls Kram. "It was like Tonight Alright was our debut album in some ways".[2]

The sequencing of Greatest Hits was done in reverse order, with the new song "On My Way" at the start and "Circle K" from 1991 at the end. The album was released as a single-disc edition and also as a two-disc version. The second disc was a DVD with all of Spiderbait's music videos up to that point (except "On My Way").[3]

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Length
1. "On My Way" 3:23
2. "Black Betty" 3:28
3. "Fucken Awesome" 2:25
4. "Tonite" 4:22
5. "Four on the Floor" 3:09
6. "Outta My Head" 2:34
7. "Shazam!" 2:07
8. "Glockenpop" 3:20
9. "Stevie" 3:00
10. "Buy Me a Pony" 1:45
11. "Calypso" 1:50
12. "Hot Water & Milk" 1:57
13. "Joyce's Hut" 3:41
14. "Jesus" 1:51
15. "Monty" 2:34
16. "Sam Gribbles" 2:30
17. "Yeah Oh Yeah" 1:10
18. "Run" 1:57
19. "Old Man Sam" 2:40
20. "Footy" 1:55
21. "Scenester" 3:06
22. "Circle K" 2:25
23. "Constipation" (unlisted hidden track, starts 14 seconds after "Circle K") 5:36

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Spiderbait: Greatest Hits. CD/DVD Review". Buttonhole. 13 April 2006. Retrieved 6 September 2011. 
  2. ^ "Waves New Years Eve - Tumbleweed, Spiderbait, Hytest @ Waves - Towradgi Beach Hotel". liveguide.com.au. Retrieved 6 September 2011. 
  3. ^ "Greatest Hits [Bonus DVD]". Allmusic. Retrieved 6 September 2011. 

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