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Best of Swing Out Sister

Best of Swing Out Sister
Swing Out Sister
Released 1996
Label Fontana Records, Mercury Records
Swing Out Sister chronology

The Living Return
(1994)
Best of Swing Out Sister
(1996)
Shapes and Patterns
(1997)

Best of is a 1996 retrospective compilation album by Swing Out Sister, containing their successful singles spanning the years 1986 through 1996. It is their first compilation album—and last Fontana Records album.

Tracklisting

CD & Cassette Version

  1. "Breakout" - (3:46) (Andy Connell/Corinne Drewery/Martin Jackson)
  2. "Am I the Same Girl" - (4:07) (E.Record/S.Sanders)
  3. "You On My Mind" - (3:32) (A. Connell/C. Drewery/Paul Staveley O'Duffy)
  4. "Twilight World" (Edit) - (4:05) (A. Connell/C. Drewery/M. Jackson)
  5. "Where in The World?" - (5:33) (A. Connell/C. Drewery)
  6. "La-La (Means I Love You)" (UK Guitar Edit) - (3:59) (T. Bell/W. Hart)
  7. "Ordinary People" - (6:22) (A. Connell/C. Drewery)
  8. "Get in Touch with Yourself" - (5:08) (A. Connell/C. Drewery/P. S. O'Duffy)
  9. "Surrender" - (3:53) (A. Connell/C. Drewery/M. Jackson)
  10. "Heaven Only Knows" - (4:09) (Denzil Foster/Thomas McElroy)
  11. "Better Make It Better" (Edit) - (3:51) (A. Connell/C. Drewery)
  12. "Notgonnachange" (O' Duffy 7" Mix) - (4:20) (A. Connell/C. Drewery)
  13. "Fooled by a Smile" - (4:06) (A. Connell/C. Drewery/M. Jackson)
  14. "Waiting Game" - (4:15) (A. Connell/C. Drewery)
  15. "Forever Blue" - (4:17) (A. Connell/C. Drewery)
  16. "Windmills of Your Mind" (M. Legrand/A. Bergman/M. Bergman)

Personnel

Swing Out Sister

Additional Personnel

  • Dah Len - Photography
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