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Greatest Hits (LeAnn Rimes album)

Greatest Hits
LeAnn Rimes
Released November 18, 2003 (2003-11-18)
Recorded 1996-2003
Genre Country, Pop
Length 66:25
Label Asylum-Curb
Producer Chuck Howard, Dann Huff, Desmond Child, Gregg Pagani, Greg Walker, Johnny Mulhair, Mike Curb, Trevor Horn, LeAnn Rimes, Peter Amato, Peter Collins, Steve Robson, Wilbur C. Rimes
LeAnn Rimes chronology

I Need You
(2002)
Greatest Hits
(2003)
The Best of LeAnn Rimes
(2004)
Singles from Greatest Hits
  1. "This Love"
    Released: February 3, 2004 (2004-02-03)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 3/5 stars[1]

Greatest Hits (originally titled Greatest Hits (To Be Continued)[2]) is the first greatest hits album by American country singer LeAnn Rimes, released in the United States on November 18, 2003 by Curb Records.

The album contains 2 new songs: "This Love", which Rimes co-wrote alongside Marc Beeson and Jim Collins and speaks about her love for her then husband, Dean Sheremet, "Last Thing on My Mind", a duet with Irish pop singer Ronan Keating, and included "We Can", which had been previously released as a single for the Legally Blonde 2: Motion Picture Soundtrack. "This Love" was the sole single released from the album.

The album was originally released with a limited edition bonus track and DVD. The limited edition bonus track of "O Holy Night" was used to promote her 2004, What a Wonderful World, holiday album. The limited edition DVD contained three music videos ("Blue", "How Do I Live", and "We Can") and the Music in High Places performance of "Can't Fight the Moonlight". The DVD also contained four twenty-one second sound bites each of which Rimes describes the making of the music videos and her enjoyment of her Music in High Places performance of "Can't Fight the Moonlight".

Track listing

Reissue track listing[3]
No. TitleWriter(s) Length
1. "Blue"  Bill Mack 2:49
2. "How Do I Live"  Diane Warren 4:26
3. "Can't Fight the Moonlight" (Graham Stack Radio Edit)Warren 3:37
4. "One Way Ticket (Because I Can)"  Judy Rodman, Keith Hinton 3:43
5. "Commitment"  Tony Colton, Tony Marty, Bobby Wood 4:36
6. "I Need You"  Dennis Matkosky, Ty Lacy 3:48
7. "Written in the Stars" (Duet with Elton John)Elton John, Tim Rice 4:18
8. "Unchained Melody"  Alex North, Hy Zaret 3:52
9. "The Light in Your Eyes"  Dan Tyler 3:21
10. "On the Side of Angels"  Gerry House, Gary Burr 3:50
11. "You Light Up My Life"  Joe Brooks 3:38
12. "Nothin' New Under the Moon"  Rick Bowles, Tom Shapiro, Josh Leo 3:30
13. "Big Deal"  Al Anderson, Jeffrey Steele 3:07
14. "Life Goes On"  Rimes, Desmond Child, Andreas Carlsson 3:34
15. "We Can"  Warren 3:37
16. "Last Thing on My Mind" (Duet with Ronan Keating)Ronan Keating, Steve Robson 4:00
17. "This Love"  Rimes, Marc Beeson, Jim Collins 3:47
18. "Crazy"  Willie Nelson 2:52

Charts

Greatest Hits debuted at #24 on Billboard 200 with 70,686 copies sold in its first week.[7]

See also

References

Preceded by
The Very Best of Slim Dusty
by Slim Dusty
Australian Top Country Albums number-one album
November 24 – December 7, 2003
Succeeded by
Top of the World Tour: Live
by Dixie Chicks
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