The Collection (Samantha Mumba album)

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The Collection
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Compilation album by Samantha Mumba
Released 23 October 2006
Genre Pop/R&B
Label Polydor
Samantha Mumba chronology
Gotta Tell You
(2000)
The Collection
(2006)
Singles from The Collections
  1. "I'm Right Here"
    Released: October 7, 2002

The Collection is a compilation album from Irish recording artist Samantha Mumba. It is only her second album to be released worldwide, after her planned 2002 follow-up to her debut, Woman, was cancelled due to poor sales of lead single "I'm Right Here". The compilation, in addition to featuring singles from Mumba's debut album (some included in remix form), also includes B-sides and "I'm Right Here", as well as its UK B-side, "Sensuality".

Two exclusive tracks were released in the Philippines as part of Samantha's success in the country: "Gotta Tell You", a remix version by Dave Audé and a song featured on the film Barbie as Rapunzel: "Wish Upon a Star".

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Gotta Tell You" (Teddy Riley Remix) from Gotta Tell You
  2. "Signed, Sealed, Delivered" from Gotta Tell You
  3. "Don't Need You To (Tell Me I'm Pretty)" from Gotta Tell You
  4. "Body II Body" (Tall Paul Vocal Mix) from Gotta Tell You
  5. "The Way It Makes You Feel" Body II Body B-Side
  6. "The Boy" from Gotta Tell You
  7. "Sensuality" I'm Right Here B-Side
  8. "Always Come Back to Your Love" (With Rap) from Gotta Tell You
  9. "Where Does It End Now?" Gotta Tell You B-Side
  10. "Can It Be Love?" Gotta Tell You B-Side
  11. "Baby Come on Over" (radio version) from Gotta Tell You
  12. "Believe in Me" Body II Body B-Side
  13. "Isn't It Strange" from Gotta Tell You
  14. "Lately" from Gotta Tell You
  15. "What's It Gonna Be" from Gotta Tell You
  16. "Lose You Again" Previously unreleased
  17. "Til the Night Becomes the Day" from Gotta Tell You
  18. "I'm Right Here" Previously unreleased
Bonus tracks (Philippines version)
  1. "Gotta Tell You" [Dave Audé Radio Mix]
  2. "Wish Upon a Star" [from the Barbie as Rapunzel soundtrack]

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