The Ultimate Collection (Bryan Ferry and Roxy Music album)
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|The Ultimate Collection|
|Compilation album by Bryan Ferry & Roxy Music|
|Released||7 November 1988|
|Bryan Ferry & Roxy Music chronology|
Unlike the 1986 compilation album Street Life, which was predominantly Roxy Music material, The Ultimate Collection focuses more on Ferry's solo career. It includes the previously unreleased track "He'll Have to Go", which was released as a single by Ferry in 1989, and the track "Help Me" which had only been released as a single in the USA in 1986.
(All songs written by Bryan Ferry, except where noted)
- Bryan Ferry: "Let's Stick Together ('88 remix)" (Wilbert Harrison) – 2:55 (original version from Let's Stick Together, 1976)
- Bryan Ferry: "The 'In' Crowd" (Billy Page) - 4:34 (from Another Time, Another Place, 1974)
- Roxy Music: "Dance Away" - 3:45 (from Manifesto, 1979)
- Roxy Music: "Angel Eyes" (Bryan Ferry, Andy Mackay) (edit) – 3:06 (from Manifesto, 1979)
- Bryan Ferry: "He'll Have to Go" (Joe & Audrey Allison) – 4:03 (previously unreleased, 1988)
- Bryan Ferry: "Tokyo Joe" - 3:54 (from In Your Mind, 1977)
- Roxy Music: "All I Want Is You" - 2:51 (from Country Life, 1974)
- Roxy Music: "Jealous Guy" (John Lennon) – 6:12 (from "Jealous Guy" A-side single, 1981)
- Bryan Ferry: "The Price of Love" (Don & Phil Everly) – 3:24 (from Let's Stick Together, 1976)
- Bryan Ferry: "Don't Stop the Dance" (Bryan Ferry, Rhett Davies) – 4:20 (from Boys and Girls, 1985)
- Roxy Music: "Love Is the Drug" (Bryan Ferry, Andy Mackay) – 4:04 (from Siren, 1975)
- Bryan Ferry: "This Is Tomorrow" - 3:35 (from In Your Mind, 1977)
- Bryan Ferry: "Slave to Love" – 4:27 (from Boys and Girls, 1985)
- Bryan Ferry: "Help Me" - 4:37 (US-only single release, 1986)
- Roxy Music: "Avalon" – 4:14 (from Avalon, 1982)
- Bryan Ferry: "More than This" - 4:30 (Bonus track on M6 interaction 1994 released, 1982)
Note: Some versions of the CD had alternate ordering of the tracks, with Dance Away being #15 instead of #3.
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|United Kingdom (BPI)||3× Platinum||900,000^|
*sales figures based on certification alone
- BPI Online Certifications Database
- "French album certifications – Bryan Ferry – The ultimate collection" (in French). Syndicat National de l'Édition Phonographique.
- "British album certifications – Bryan Ferry – The ultimate colelction". British Phonographic Industry. Select albums in the Format field. Select Platinum in the Certification field. Enter The ultimate colelction in the search field and then press Enter.
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