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Includes 4 previously unreleased tracks.

Given that many artists get the "best-of" treatment after only a few albums, it's quite remarkable that the first real Chris Isaak overview didn't appear until 2006, more than 20 years into the nostalgic pop/rock crooner's career. The 18-track non-chronological collection ranges from the twangy early single "Dancin'" to the guitar-rocker "King Without a Castle," one of four previously unreleased tracks. Along the way, the set makes room for Isaak's hits, including the ethereal "Wicked Game," the sinister "Baby Did a Bad Bad Thing," and his spot-on cover of "Only the Lonely" by Roy Orbison--one of his most obvious influences. Although some fans may be irked that Isaak's first non-holiday release since '02's ALWAYS GOT TONIGHT is a compilation, it's an exceptional one, and provides an excellent sampler of his charmingly vintage persona and formidable talent.

Track Listing:

Disc 1:
  1. San Francisco Days
  2. Somebody's Crying
  3. Wicked Game
  4. Baby Did A Bad Bad Thing
  5. Let Me Down Easy
  6. Two Hearts
  7. King Without A Castle
  8. Only The Lonely
  9. Speak Of The Devil
  10. Blue Spanish Sky
  11. You Owe Me Some Kind Of Love
  12. Can't Do A Thing (To Stop Me)
  13. Let's Have A Party
  14. Dancin'
  15. Blue Hotel
  16. Please
  17. I Want You To Want Me
  18. Forever Blue - (Acoustic Version)
Release date Australia
May 9th, 2006
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