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Greatest Hits 1994–2004

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

For the album by Terri Clark, see Greatest Hits 1994-2004 (Terri Clark album)
Greatest Hits 1994–2004
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Greatest hits album by Tina Arena
Released 25 October 2004 (2004-10-25)
Recorded 1994–2004
Genre
Length 78:24
Label Columbia
Producer
Tina Arena chronology
Vous êtes toujours là
(2003)Vous êtes toujours là2003
Greatest Hits 1994–2004
(2004)
Greatest Hits Live
(2005)Greatest Hits Live2005
Singles from Greatest Hits 1994–2004
  1. "Italian Love Song"
    Released: 5 November 2004
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 4/5 stars[1]

Greatest Hits 1994–2004 is the second compilation album by Australian singer Tina Arena, released by Columbia Records in Australia on 25 October 2004. It is a greatest hits album that contains all the singles released during her ten years signed with Columbia and also features two new songs. A limited edition was released with a second disc containing her non-English language singles. This compilation album was also released in DVD format and featured all of the music videos she did with Sony plus music videos for several of Arena's French hits. The DVD had the same cover as this audio release. Arena states that all the songs on the album are deeply personal and represent different periods and experiences of her life. Greatest Hits 1994–2004 debuted in the top ten on the Australian ARIA Albums Chart making the album Arena's fourth top ten album. The album only produced one single, "Italian Love Song", which failed to make a major impact on the Australian ARIA Singles Chart just managing a peak within the top forty.

As a singer/songwriter Arena felt she had worked "really hard to try to tell a story and hope that people identify with it in some way, whether they do when they listen to it for the first time or five years later. It's like passing something on and that's always been my philosophy."[2] Arena states that the album cover feels really rich to her and timeless. She also states "I wanted to go with something interesting, not just a photo, and I wanted it to look iconic. I thought the idea of a watercolour painting was also kind of symbolic because it's got some detail but it's kind of... unfinished."[3]

Track listing

No. Title Writer(s) Length
1. "Italian Love Song" Tina Arena, Paul Manners, Francesco De Bendittis, Davide Esposito 3:51
2. "Chains" Arena, Pam Reswick, Steve Werfel 4:03
3. "Burn" Arena, Pam Reswick, Steve Werfel 4:24
4. "Wasn't It Good" Arena, Heather Field, Robert Parde 4:10
5. "Sorrento Moon (I Remember)" Arena, Tyson, Christopher Ward 4:22
6. "Now I Can Dance" (single edit) Arena, Tyson 4:06
7. "Soul Mate #9" (single version) Peter Amato, Arena, Desmond Child 3:25
8. "Heaven Help My Heart" (radio version) Arena, Dean McTaggart, David Tyson 4:31
9. "Symphony of Life" Arena, Vettese 4:46
10. "That's the Way a Woman Feels" (The New Horns mix) Arena, Reswick, Werfel 4:22
11. "If I Didn't Love You" Arena, Reswick, Werfel 4:37
12. "I Want to Know What Love Is" Mick Jones 4:50
13. "Dare You to Be Happy" (remix) Arena, Peter-John Vettese 4:34
14. "Show Me Heaven" Maria McKee, Eric Rackin, Jay Rifkin 4:20
15. "If I Was a River" Diane Warren 5:20
16. "Never (Past Tense)" (radio edit)   3:44
17. "I Want to Spend My Lifetime Loving You" (duet with Marc Anthony) James Horner, Will Jennings 4:43
18. "Take Me Apart" Fiona Kernaghan 4:02

Charts and certifications

Both the album and the DVD were certified Gold hits.

References

This page was last edited on 12 May 2018, at 19:45.
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