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Street Life: 20 Great Hits

Street Life: 20 Great Hits
Roxy Music
Released 1986
8 June 1987 (re-release)
Recorded 1972-1985
Genre Glam rock, art rock, pop-rock, New Wave
Length 73:55
Label E'G
(UK)
Reprise
(US)
Roxy Music chronology

The High Road
(1982)
Street Life: 20 Great Hits
(1986)
The Ultimate Collection
(1988)
Bryan Ferry chronology
Boys and Girls
(1985)
Street Life: 20 Great Hits
(1986)
Bête Noire
(1987)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 4/5 stars [1]
Allmusic
(re-release)
4.5/5 stars [2]

Street Life: 20 Great Hits is a compilation album by Bryan Ferry and Roxy Music, released in 1986 (see 1986 in music).

Track listing

All songs written by Bryan Ferry except as noted.

  1. Roxy Music: "Virginia Plain" – 2:58 (from "Virginia Plain (single)" A-side single), 1972)
  2. Bryan Ferry: "A Hard Rain's a-Gonna Fall" (Bob Dylan) (edit) – 4:15 (from These Foolish Things, 1973)
  3. Roxy Music: "Pyjamarama" – 2:52 (from "Pyjamarama" A-side single, 1972)
  4. Roxy Music: "Do the Strand" (edit) – 3:46 (from For Your Pleasure, 1973)
  5. Bryan Ferry: "These Foolish Things (Remind Me of You)" (Harry Link, Holt Marvell, Jack Strachey) – 4:51 (from These Foolish Things, 1973)
  6. Roxy Music: "Street Life" – 3:27 (from Stranded, 1973)
  7. Bryan Ferry: "Let's Stick Together" (Wilbert Harrison) – 2:59 (from Let's Stick Together, 1976)
  8. Bryan Ferry: "Smoke Gets in Your Eyes" (Jerome Kern, Otto Harbach) – 2:53 (from Another Time, Another Place, 1974)
  9. Roxy Music: "Love Is the Drug" (Ferry, Andy Mackay) – 4:04 (from Siren, 1975)
  10. Bryan Ferry: "Sign of the Times" – 2:28 (from The Bride Stripped Bare, 1978)
  11. Roxy Music: "Dance Away" – 3:44 (from Manifesto, 1979)
  12. Roxy Music: "Angel Eyes" (Ferry, McKay) (edit) – 2:51 (from Manifesto)
  13. Roxy Music: "Oh Yeah" (edit) – 4:36 (from Flesh + Blood, 1980)
  14. Roxy Music: "Over You" (Ferry, Phil Manzanera) – 3:26 (from Flesh + Blood)
  15. Roxy Music: "Same Old Scene" – 3:58 (from Flesh + Blood)
  16. Roxy Music: "In the Midnight Hour" (Wilson Pickett, Steve Cropper) – 3:08 (from Flesh + Blood)
  17. Roxy Music: "More Than This" (edit) – 4:10 (from Avalon, 1982)
  18. Roxy Music: "Avalon" – 4:16 (from Avalon, 1982)
  19. Bryan Ferry: "Slave to Love" – 4:17 (from Boys and Girls, 1985)
  20. Roxy Music: "Jealous Guy" (John Lennon) – 4:55 (from "Jealous Guy" A-side single, 1981)

Album

Year Chart Peak
Position
1986 UK Albums Chart 1 [3]
1989 Billboard Pop Albums 100 [4]

References

Preceded by
Hits 4 by Various Artists
UK number one album
April 26, 1986 – May 30, 1986
Succeeded by
So by Peter Gabriel


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