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Playlist: The Very Best of Ruben Studdard

Playlist: The Very Best of Ruben Studdard
Ruben Studdard
Released January 26, 2010
Genre R&B, gospel, pop
Length 59:39
Label Sony Legacy
Ruben Studdard chronology

Love Is
Playlist: The Very Best of Ruben Studdard
Letters from Birmingham

Playlist: The Very Best of Ruben Studdard is a compilation of recordings by singer Ruben Studdard. It is part of a series of similar Playlist albums issued on the Legacy label by Sony Music Entertainment.[1][2]

The album, released on January 26, 2010, includes selections from Studdard's first four studio albums. A PDF file included on the CD contains the song credits, photographs, and liner notes.

Track listing

  1. "I Can't Help It" (Susaye Greene, Stevie Wonder) - 4:05
  2. "Together" (Mikkel S. Eriksen, Tor Erik Hermansen, Phillip Taj Jackson, Martin Kleveland) - 4:25
  3. "Just Because" (Larry Addison) - 4:11
  4. "The Return (Of the Velvet Teddy Bear)" (Kevin Cates, Kenneth Gamble, Leon Huff, Harold Lilly) - 4:14
  5. "Make Ya Feel Beautiful" (Shaffer Smith, SheaTaylor) - 3:29
  6. "Change Me" (Luke Boyd, Antonio Dixon, Harvey Mason, Jr., Steve Russell, Tank, Damon Thomas) -3:51
  7. "I Need an Angel" (R. Kelly) - 4:53
  8. "Goin’ Up Yonder" (Walter Hawkins) - 3:42
  9. "Restoration" (Marvin Winans) - 4:01
  10. "Sorry 2004" (Eric Dawkins, Tony Dixon, Ronnie Jackson, Harvey Mason, Jr., Damon Thomas) - 4:23
  11. "For All We Know" (J. Fred Coots, Lewis, Sam) - 3:42
  12. "Flying Without Wings" (Wayne Hector, Steve Mac) - 3:45
  13. "Center of my Joy" (Gloria Gaither, Bill Gaither, Richard Smallwood) - 5:54
  14. "Superstar" (Bonnie Bramlett, Leon Russell) - 5:03


Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 3/5 stars[3]

This album failed to chart and sold a total of 1,000 copies.[4]



External links

  • Legacy Recordings - Ruben Studdard
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