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The Best of Chicane: 1996–2008

The Best of Chicane 1996 - 2008
Greatest hits album by Chicane
Released October 6, 2008 (UK)
Recorded 1996 - 2008
Genre Trance, Dance, House, Ambient, Chillout, Balearic, Pop
Length 76:19 min
Label Modena Records Ltd, Enzo Records
Producer Nick Bracegirdle
Chicane chronology

The Best of Chicane 1996 - 2008
Singles from The Best of Chicane 1996 - 2008
  1. "Bruised Water"
    Released: August 25, 2008
  2. "Poppiholla"
    Released: July 13, 2009
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic (2008) 4/5 stars[1]
Allmusic (2009) 4.5/5 stars[2]

The Best of Chicane is a Chicane compilation album released in 2008.

Track listing

  1. "Offshore" (Original Mix) - 6:58
  2. "Bruised Water" feat. Natasha Bedingfield (Chicane Rework Mix) - 2:58
  3. "No Ordinary Morning" - 5:07
  4. "Don't Give Up" feat. Bryan Adams - 3:28
  5. "Spirit" feat. Jewel (Chicane Rework Mix) - 2:56
  6. "Halcyon" (2008 Version) - 7:13
  7. "Sunstroke" - 3:49
  8. "Stoned in Love" feat. Tom Jones - 3:38
  9. "Wake Up" feat. Keane - 6:18
  10. "Come Tomorrow" (Edit) - 3:32
  11. "Leaving Town" (Edit) - 3:52
  12. "Daylight" - 4:20
  13. "From Blue to Green" (Edit) - 2:38
  14. "Love on The Run" feat. Peter Cunnah - 3:36
  15. "Locking Down" (Dead Guys Mix) - 3:03
  16. "U R Always" (Chicane Rework Mix) - 4:38
  17. "Saltwater" feat. Máire Brennan - 3:21
  18. "Early" - 4:19

Other Info

Chicane's best of collection was re-released in 2009 to include the song Poppiholla which replaced track 12. This song was released as a single on July 13, 2009.


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