Stone Hits: The Very Best of Angie Stone

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Stone Hits: The Very Best of Angie Stone
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Greatest hits album by Angie Stone
Released June 21, 2005 (2005-06-21)
Genre R&B, soul, neo soul
Label J
Producer Angie Stone (also executive), Ivan Matias, Andrea Martin, Swizz Beatz, Raphael Saadiq, Jake and the Phatman, Jonathan Richmond, Vada Nobles, Jazze Pha, Russell Elevado, Eran Tabib, Eddie F, Darren Lighty, Missy Elliott, Nisan Stewart, Craig Brockman, John Smith, LLC, Gerald Isaac, Ali Shaheed Muhammad
Angie Stone chronology
Stone Love
(2004)Stone Love2004
Stone Hits: The Very Best of Angie Stone
(2005)
The Art of Love & War
(2007)The Art of Love & War2007
Singles from Stone Hits: The Very Best of Angie Stone
Professional ratings
Review scores
SourceRating
Allmusic4/5 stars[1]

Stone Hits: The Very Best of Angie Stone is a greatest hits album by American R&B-soul singer-songwriter Angie Stone, released in the United States on June 21, 2005 by J Records. The album does not include the original version of Stone's biggest UK hit, "Life Story" (which peaked at number twenty-two there), despite album tracks being featured on the album.

Track listings[edit]

UK/Europe edition[edit]

  1. "Wish I Didn't Miss You" 1 (Andrea Martin, Ivan Matias, Leon Huff, Gene McFadden, John Whitehead) – 4:30
  2. "Brotha" 1 (Angie Stone, Raphael Saadiq, Harold Lilly, Glenn Standridge, Robert C. Ozuna) – 4:28
  3. "No More Rain (In This Cloud)" 2 (Stone, B. Williams, Gordon Chambers, Jim Weatherly) – 4:42
  4. "Stay for a While" 3 (featuring Anthony Hamilton) 3 (Stone, Jonathan Richmond, Juanita Wynn, Anthony Hamilton) – 3:58
  5. "I Wasn't Kidding" 4 (Martin, Adrian Austin, Cecil Womack, Linda Womack) – 4:28
    • Contains a sample of Womack & Womack's "Baby I'm Scared of You" (Cecil Womack, Linda Womack)
  6. "I Wanna Thank Ya" 3 (featuring Snoop Dogg) (Stone, Phalon Alexander, Calvin Broadus, Eldra DeBarge, Joyce Sims) – 3:13
    • Contains an interpolation of DeBarge's "All This Love" (Eldra DeBarge) and a sample of Joyce Sims' "Come into My Life" (Joyce Sims)
  7. "Everyday" 2 (Stone, D'Angelo) – 3:28
  8. "Pissed Off" 1 (Stone, Eran Tabib, Rufus Moore, Stephanie Bolton) – 4:41
  9. "More Than a Woman" 1 (with Joe) (Eddie Ferrell, Darren Lighty, Clifton Lighty, Balewa Muhammad, Calvin Richardson) – 4:29
  10. "U-Haul" 3 (Missy Elliott, Nisan Stewart, Craig Brockman, John Smith) – 3:51
  11. "Bottles & Cans" 1 (Gerald Isaac) – 3:52
  12. "Little Boy" 4 (Omar Christopher Hammer) – 5:01
  13. "Makings of You (Interlude)" 1 (Curtis Mayfield) – 2:30
  14. "Bone 2 Pic (Wit U)" 2 (Stone, Chalmers "Spanky" Alford, Ali Shaheed Muhammad) – 5:16
  15. "Brotha Part II" 1 (featuring Alicia Keys and Eve) (Stone, Saadiq, Lilly, Standridge, Ozuna, Jerry Marlon Beach) – 3:45
  16. "Wish I Didn't Miss You" (Pound Boys Stoneface Bootleg Remix) – 7:52 (Bonus track)
  17. "Life Story" (Booker T Mix) - 4:27 (Bonus track)

US/German edition[edit]

  1. "Wish I Didn't Miss You" – 4:30
  2. "Brotha" – 4:28
  3. "Stay for a While" (featuring Anthony Hamilton) – 3:58
  4. "I Wasn't Kidding" – 4:28
  5. "I Wanna Thank Ya" (featuring Snoop Dogg) – 3:13
  6. "Pissed Off" – 4:41
  7. "U-Haul" – 3:51
  8. "Little Boy" – 5:01
  9. "Lovers' Ghetto" 3 (Rod Temperton, Rufus Moore, Ricky Smith, Kevin Spencer, Richard Randolph) – 4:05
    • Contains a sample of Dynasty's "Adventures in the Land of Music" (Ricky Smith, Kevin Spencer, Richard Randolph)
  10. "Brotha Part II" (featuring Alicia Keys and Eve) – 3:47
  11. "Bottles & Cans" – 3:52
  12. "Time of the Month" 1 (Isaac) – 4:09
  13. "What U Dyin' For" (Live) (Stone, Muhammad) – 5:01
  14. "Wish I Didn't Miss You" (Pound Boys Stoneface Bootleg Remix) – 7:52 (Bonus track)
  15. "Gotta Get to Know You Better" (Stone, Jamal Peoples, Larry Peoples, Sr., Larry Peoples, Jr.) – 3:52 (Bonus track)

Charts[edit]

Chart (2005) Peak
position
U.S. Billboard Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums[2] 50

Release history[edit]

Country Date Label
United States June 21, 2005 J
Canada Sony
Australia October 1, 2005 Sony BMG
United Kingdom November 7, 2005 BMG
Germany November 18, 2005 Sony BMG
Japan December 7, 2005 BMG

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