Hits 4

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The Hits Album 4
The Hits Album 4.jpg
Compilation album by Various artists
Released 17 March 1986
Genre Pop
Label CBS and WEA
The Hits Albums chronology
Hits 3
(1985)
Hits 4
(1986)
Hits 5
(1986)

The Hits Album 4 or Hits 4 is a compilation album released in the UK in March 1986 by CBS and WEA, with RCA Ariola now also joining the partnership from this release onwards. It followed The Hits Album and Hits 2 to the top of the UK Top 100 Album chart and remained there for 4 weeks.

Hits 4 features four songs which reached number one on the UK Singles Chart: "The Sun Always Shines on T.V.", "I'm Your Man", "Chain Reaction" and "West End Girls".

Track listing[edit]

Record/Tape 1 Side 1 (1)
  1. A-ha - "The Sun Always Shines on T.V."
  2. Feargal Sharkey - "You Little Thief"
  3. Wham! - "I'm Your Man"
  4. The Bangles - "Manic Monday"
  5. Madonna - "Borderline"
  6. The Blow Monkeys - "Digging Your Scene"
  7. Belouis Some - "Imagination"
Record/Tape 1 Side 2 (2)
  1. Diana Ross - "Chain Reaction"
  2. Whitney Houston - "How Will I Know"
  3. Alexander O'Neal - "If You Were Here Tonight (Remix)"
  4. Five Star - "System Addict"
  5. Paul Hardcastle - "Don't Waste My Time"
  6. Whistle - "(Nothing Serious) Just Buggin'"
  7. Full Force - "Alice, I Want You Just For Me!"
Record/Tape 2 Side 1 (3)
  1. The Damned - "Eloise"
  2. Fine Young Cannibals - "Suspicious Minds"
  3. Public Image Ltd - "Rise"
  4. Bronski Beat - "Hit That Perfect Beat"
  5. Eurythmics - "It's Alright (Baby's Coming Back)"
  6. Pet Shop Boys - "West End Girls"
  7. Mr. Mister - "Kyrie (Edit)"
Record/Tape 2 Side 2 (4)
  1. Double - "The Captain of Her Heart"
  2. Latin Quarter - "Radio Africa"
  3. Mike + The Mechanics - "Silent Running (On Dangerous Ground)"
  4. Howard Jones - "No One Is to Blame"
  5. Dee C. Lee - "Come Hell or Waters High"
  6. Kate Bush - "Hounds of Love"
  7. Electric Light Orchestra - "Calling America"

References[edit]

Preceded by
Brothers in Arms by Dire Straits
UK number-one album
23 March 1986 – 19 April 1986
Succeeded by
Street Life: 20 Great Hits by Bryan Ferry & Roxy Music