18 Best Greatest Hits Albums With Unreleased Tracks & Non-Album Singles

15 Greatest Hits Albums With Best Unreleased Tracks & Non-Album Songs

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Our 15 Best Greatest Hits Albums With Unreleased Tracks & Non-Album Singles article looks at our favorite “best of packages” that were worth buying. In the old days, greatest hits albums were released for people that wanted the most popular songs of an artist or a band without having to buy all of the artist’s catalog albums. For that purpose, greatest hits albums worked. Not all music fans wanted to spend their money on buying every album of an artist to get their favorite songs. It’s like we used to hear people say ” why should I buy the album for just one song?” Of course, rock fans like us would make sure to buy every album by an artist that we loved.

We all know that in the end, many times, the best songs on an album were not always the hits. The problem for dedicated fans was when record companies released the greatest hits albums of a much loved artist that contained nothing new. Why buy a greatest hits album when a fan already had every catalog album and all the songs that are being released in the greatest hits package? Record companies eventually got smart and started releasing the greatest hits packages with at least one new unreleased song or a single not released on any album. This would always tick off hardcore fans of a band who resented having to buy a greatest-hits album for just one song. Yet, completists want everything released by an artist. Yes, it’s an addiction as many of us try to deny, but know it’s true.

The CD era brought in a new wave of greatest hits packages that contained more than just one unreleased song or single. The format of the CD made for a perfect setting for artists to release material that did not fit on any of their albums or a place to present b-sides or other oddities. We are not talking box sets or anthologies, this is all about single or double cd or vinyl greatest hits releases. Here are ten of our favorite greatest hits albums that we never gave a second thought in purchasing.

# 8 – Greatest Hits – Volume I & Volume II  – Billy Joel

Opening up the article is Billy Joel’s first greatest hits package. Don’t let the Volume 1 and 2 title fool you. This was released as one double CD set. We picked this one because Billy Joel released two brand new songs on this set that had never been released before entitled “You’re Only Human (Second Wind)” and “The Night Is Still Young.”  The Stranger album was heavily represented on this set as six songs from that album were included. This greatest hits package also included some radio edits of songs such as “My Life, Big Shot, Tell Her About It,” and “Pressure.”

Disc 1:
1. Piano Man
2. Say Goodbye To Hollywood
3. New York State Of Mind
4. The Stranger
5. Just The Way You Are
6. Movin’ Out (Anthony’s Song)
7. Only The Good Die Young
8. She’s Always A Woman
9. My Life
10. Big Shot
11. You May Be Right

Disc 2:
1. It’s Still Rock And Roll To Me
2. Don’t Ask Me Why
3. Pressure
4. Allentown
5. Goodnight Saigon
6. Tell Her About It
7. Uptown Girl
8. The Longest Time
9. You’re Only Human (Second Wind)
10. The Night Is Still Young

 

# 17 – The Very Best of Cream  – Cream

There are more Cream compilation alums than there are Cream studio albums. That’s what happens with short lived legendary rock bands. This is a great collection that contains the track “Anyone For Tennis,” which was not released on any Cream studio album. This collection also includes two non-albums singles “Wrapping Paper” and “I Feel Free,” The inclusion of that tracks makes this worthwhile owning even for Cream fans that have all the catalog albums.

1. Wrapping Paper 2:24
2. I Feel Free 
2:53
3. N.S.U. 2:46
4. Sweet Wine 3:20
5. I’m So Glad 4:00
6. Spoonful 6:32
7. Strange Brew 2:49
8. Sunshine of Your Love 4:13
9. Tales of Brave Ulysses 2:49
10. Swlabr 2:34
11. We’re Going Wrong 3:29
12. White Room 5:03
13. Sitting on Top of the World 5:00
14. Politician 4:16
15. Those Were the Days 2:57
16. Born Under a Bad Sign 3:13
17. Deserted Cities of the Heart 3:41
18. Crossroads 4:18
19. Anyone for Tennis 2:40
20. Badge 2:44

# 16 – Bounced Checks – Tom Waits

We love this one. Tom Waits Bounced Checks is a greatest hits album from his early years that contains one unreleased track called “Henry,” which was from the  Heartattack and Vine sessions. The album also contains alternate takes of “Whistlin’ Past the Graveyard” and “Jersey Girl” as well as a live version of The Piano Has Been Drinking.

  1. “Heartattack and Vine” – 4:42
  2. “Jersey Girl”  – 4:35
  3. “Eggs and Sausage (In a Cadillac with Susan Michelson)” – 4:14
  4. “I Never Talk to Strangers” (Duet with Bette Midler) – 3:36
  5. “The Piano Has Been Drinking”  – 6:04
  6. “Whistlin’ Past the Graveyard” – 3:00
  7. “Mr. Henry”  – 3:33
  8. “Diamonds on My Windshield” – 3:13
  9. “Burma Shave” – 6:28
  10. “Tom Traubert’s Blues” – 6:21

 

# 15 – Greatest Hits – Fleetwood Mac

Fleetwood Mac’s Greatest Hits album was released in 1988. This was the band’s second greatest hits album as the previous one was released in 1971 and covered a completely different band. We like this one because of the song selections and the fact that the band included two new studio recordings called “As Long as You Follow” sung and written by Christine McVie and “No Questions Asked”  sung and written by Stevie Nicks.

1. Rhiannon
2. Don’t Stop
3. Go Your Own Way
4. Hold Me
5. Everywhere
6. Gypsy
7. You Make Loving Fun
8. As Long as You Follow
9. Dreams
10. Say You Love Me
11. Tusk
12. Little Lies
13. Sara
14. Big Love
15. Over My Head
16. No Questions Asked

# 14 – Greatest Hits – Boston

For a band that did not release a lot of original material in comparison to how big the band was, it was very cool to get a greatest hits album that featured a pair of new songs and a couple of other unreleased recordings. Boston’s Greatest Hits opened up with new songs called “Tell Me,” and “Higher Power.” The cd also contained an unreleased version of The Star Spangled Banner. More than half of the songs from the band’s debut album were placed on this greatest hits cd. Still, the inclusion of a pair of new songs from the band that rarely released new music made this a special Greatest Hits package.

1. Tell Me – new
2. Higher Power – new
3. More Than a Feeling
4. Peace of Mind
5. Don’t Look Back
6. Cool the Engines
7. Livin’ for You
8. Feelin’ Satisfied
9. Party
10. Foreplay / Long Time
11. Amanda
12. Rock & Roll Band
13. Smokin’
14. A Man I’ll Never Be
15. The Star Spangled Banner / 4th of July Reprise
16. Higher Power (Kalodner edit)

# 13 – Best Of – Volume I  – Van Halen

Van Halen’s first greatest hits album featured seventeen tracks. Van Halen fans were happy to learn that the package included two new Van Halen songs with David Lee Roth entitled “Can’t Get This Stuff No More” and “Me Wise Magic.” The hits cd also featured a non Van Halen album track with the song “Humans Being,” from the Twister Soundtrack that featured Sammy Hagar on vocals.

# 12 – GRRR! – The Rolling Stones

The Rolling Stones did not release a lot of new music in the 21st century so a greatest hits album that contained two new Rolling Stones songs was a pretty big deal.  There were so many variations of this greatest hits package released your head would spin faster than Linda Blairs. In the end, the two new songs were great new tracks called  “Doom and Gloom” and “One More Shot.”

# 11 – Greatest Hits – Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers

Released in 1993, this wonderful Greatest Hits package contained one new song called “Mary Jane’s Last Dance” which became a huge hit for the band. The album also included a cover version of Thunderclap Newman’s “Something in the Air”

1. American Girl
2. Breakdown
3. Listen to Her Heart
4. I Need to Know
5. Refugee
6. Don’t Do Me Like That
7. Even the Losers
8. Here Comes My Girl
9. The Waiting
10. You Got Lucky
11. Don’t Come Around Here No More
12. I Won’t Back Down – Tom Petty
13. Runnin’ Down a Dream – Tom Petty
14. Free Fallin’ – Tom Petty
15. Learning to Fly
16. Into the Great Wide Open
17. Mary Jane’s Last Dance
18. Something in the Air

# 10 – U218 Singles – U2

The CD includes a nice mix of songs from all of U2’s different time periods. It’s mostly focused on singles as the title defines, but these are really good songs. While there are only two bonus tracks included on the album, the newly recorded tracks are songs worth having for any U2 fan. The first bonus track is a cover of the Skids song “The Saints Are Coming.”  The song was recorded with Green Day as a charitable contribution to help benefit those who were affected by Hurricane Katrina. The sound bonus track is called “Window in the Skies” which was a brand new U2 song produced by Rick Rubin.

CD Tracklist:

1. Beautiful Day
2. I Still Haven’t Found What I’m Looking For
3. Pride (In the Name of Love)
4. With or Without You
5. Vertigo
6. New Year’s Day
7. Mysterious Ways
8. Stuck In a Moment You Can’t Get Out Of
9. Where the Streets Have No Name
10. Sweetest Thing
11. Sunday Bloody Sunday
12. One
13. Desire
14. Walk On
15. Elevation
16. Sometimes You Can’t Make It on Your Own
17. The Saints Are Coming – U2; Green Day
18. Window In the Skies

# 9 – Flowers – The Rolling Stones

Continuing with our greatest hits list we present the legendary Rolling Stones compilation album Flowers.  The Rolling Stones have released twenty nine compilation and greatest hits albums so there are many to choose from. However, this one has always been one of our favorites. The Flowers album was released in June of 1967. The album contained three songs that had never been released before titled “My Girl,” “Ride On, Baby” and “Sittin’ on a Fence.” The album’s other songs were all released from either the US or UK versions of the albums Aftermath and Between The Buttons. This was a time period in which the Rolling Stones released some of their best material of their career. While not listed as a greatest hits album, it did present some of the band’s most successful and biggest hits from their mid-1960s period.

CD Tracklist:

1. Ruby Tuesday
2. Have You Seen Your Mother, Baby, Standing In The Shadow?
3. Let’s Spend The Night Together
4. Lady Jane
5. Out Of Time
6. My Girl
7. Back Street Girl
8. Please Go Home
9. Mother’s Little Helper
10. Take It Or Leave It
11. Ride On, Baby
12. Sittin’ On A Fence

# 8 – Collectybles – Lynyrd Skynyrd

There have been twenty three Lynyrd Skynyrd compilation albums released over the years. Collectybles is one of the best because it contains a great deal of unreleased alternate versions, demos, and unreleased songs such as the early recording on Shade Tree Records called “Need All My Friends” and “Michelle.”  This is one of the best Greatest Hits albums ever released for die-hard Lynyrd Skynyrd fans. It was released over twenty years ago in November of 2000.

Disc 1:

  1. “Free Bird” (demo)  – 7:29
  2. “Need All My Friends” – 3:18
  3. “Michelle”  – 2:57
  4. “If I’m Wrong”– 5:29
  5. “No One Can Take Your Place”– 5:25
  6. “Hide Your Face”  – 2:59
  7. “Bad Boy Blues”  – 7:48
  8. “Memphis” – 3:21
  9. “I Ain’t the One” – 4:00
  10. “Call Me the Breeze” (J.J. Cale) – 5:50
  11. “Sweet Home Alabama”  – 4:55
  12. “Woman of Mine”  – 6:33
  13. “Workin’ for MCA”  – 5:06
  14. “Free Bird”  – 10:35

Disc 2:

  1. “Need All My Friends”  – 5:11
  2. “Michelle”  – 5:43
  3. “Introduction by Alex Cooley/Saturday Night Special”– 6:50
  4. “Whiskey Rock-a-Roller” – 4:26
  5. “Gimme Three Steps” – 4:42
  6. “Call Me the Breeze”  – 5:45
  7. “I Never Dreamed”  Alternate – 4:55
  8. “You Got That Right” Alternate – 3:27
  9. “T for Texas” – 10:15
  10. “Crossroads” – 4:00
  11. “Jacksonville Kid” – 4:06
  12. “Free Bird” – 14:58

# 7 – Greatest Hits – Thin Lizzy

We are big fans of Thin Lizzy on this site. I saw Thin Lizzy open for Queen in 1977 and have been a hardcore fan ever since. This double cd greatest hits package released in 2004 is fabulous. It contains all of the band’s most popular songs and hits as well as a handful of unreleased studio tracks like “Trouble Boys” and “Whiskey in the Jar” and a pair of unreleased live tracks featuring “Cowboy Song” and “The Boys Are Back In Town.”

CD 1:

  1. “The Boys Are Back in Town”
  2. “Jailbreak”
  3. “Don’t Believe a Word”
  4. “Dancing in the Moonlight (It’s Caught Me in Its Spotlight)”
  5. “Rosalie” [Live] (Bob Seger)
  6. “Waiting for an Alibi”
  7. “Do Anything You Want To”
  8. “Sarah” (Lynott, Gary Moore)
  9. “Chinatown” (Brian Downey, Scott Gorham, Lynott, Snowy White)
  10. “Killer on the Loose”
  11. “Trouble Boys” (Billy Bremner)
  12. “Hollywood (Down on Your Luck)” [Live] (Gorham, Lynott)
  13. “Cold Sweat” (Lynott, John Sykes)
  14. “Thunder and Lightning” (Downey, Lynott)
  15. “The Sun Goes Down” (Lynott, Darren Wharton)
  16. “Dedication”
  17. “Still in Love with You”
  18. “She Knows” (Gorham, Lynott)
  19. “Yellow Pearl” (Lynott, Midge Ure)

CD 2

  1. “Whiskey in the Jar” (Trad., arr. Eric Bell, Downey, Lynott)
  2. “Out in the Fields” (Moore)
  3. “Parisienne Walkways” (Lynott, Moore)
  4. “Emerald” [Live] (Downey, Gorham, Lynott, Brian Robertson)
  5. “Bad Reputation” (Downey, Gorham, Lynott)
  6. “Wild One”
  7. “Fighting My Way Back”
  8. “Showdown”
  9. “Black Rose” (Lynott, Moore)
  10. “Dear Miss Lonely Hearts” (Jimmy Bain, Lynott)
  11. “The Rocker” (Bell, Downey, Lynott)
  12. “Are You Ready” [Live] (Downey, Gorham, Lynott, Robertson)
  13. “Renegade” (Lynott, White)
  14. “King’s Call”
  15. “Angel of Death” (Lynott, Wharton)
  16. “Cowboy Song” [Live At The Sydney Opera House 1979] (Lynott, Downey)
  17. “The Boys Are Back in Town” [Live At The Sydney Opera House 1979]

# 6 – The Kink Kronikles – The Kinks

At the halfway point on our 10 Greatest Hits Albums With The Best Non-Album Tracks & More list is the brilliant Kinks album The Kink Kronikles. This is one of the most enjoyable greatest hits packages ever released. The album was released in March of 1972. So much material was released by The Kinks in the UK that never made it to the US or was not discovered in the US. This release was an attempt to present many of these songs to Kinks fans in the United States. The Kink Kronikles contained  thirteen non-album singles,

Disc 1:
1. Victoria
2. The Village Green Preservation Society
3. Berkeley News
4. Holiday In Waikiki
5. Willesden Green
6. This Is Where I Belong
7. Waterloo Sunset
8. David Watts
9. Deadend Street
10. Shangri-La
11. Autumn Almanac
12. Sunny Afternoon
13. Get Back In Line
14. Did You See His Name?

Disc 2:
1. Fancy
2. Wonderboy
3. Apeman
4. King Kong
5. Mr. Pleasant
6. God’s Children
7. Death Of A Clown
8. Lola
9. Mindless Child Of Motherhood
10. Polly
11. Big Black Smoke
12. Susannah’s Still Alive
13. She’s Got Everything
14. Days

# 5  – Greatest Hits & Essential – Bruce Springsteen

Bruce Springsteen is one of those artists that is represented by a loyal fan base that buys everything the man releases or at least, that’s the way it used to be. The Greatest Hits package was released in 1995. It was a time in which fans were uncertain of what direction Bruce Springsteen was heading as he had fired the E Street Band a couple of years earlier and had released a pair of albums with a combination of studio musicians and some new temporary band members. Springsteen’s 1995 Greatest Hits package would reward old fans with four brand new songs never released before and a soundtrack single not found on any previous Bruce Springsteen album. A three CD Essential Set called The Essential Bruce Springsteen was released in 2003 that contained an entire side of twelve songs that were never released on any previous Springsteen album. This was a gold mine for hardcore Springsteen fans. However, the third cd which contained all twelve non-album songs was a limited edition release only.

Bruce Springsteen’s Greatest Hits

1. Born to Run
2. Thunder Road
3. Badlands
4. The River
5. Hungry Heart
6. Atlantic City
7. Dancing in the Dark
8. Born in the U.S.A.
9. My Hometown
10. Glory Days
11. Brilliant Disguise
12. Human Touch
13. Better Days
14. Streets of Philadelphia
15. Secret Garden
16. Murder Incorporated
17. Blood Brothers
18. This Hard Land

The Essential Bruce Springsteen Limited Edition Disc

Disc 2:
1. From Small Things (Big Things One Day Come)
2. The Big Payback
3. Held Up Without A Gun [Live] – Bruce Springsteen; The E Street Band
4. Trapped (live) – Bruce Springsteen; The E Street Band
5. None But The Brave
6. Missing
7. Lift Me Up
8. Viva Las Vegas
9. County Fair
10. Code Of Silence [Live] – Bruce Springsteen & The E Street Band
11. Dead Man Walkin’
12. Countin’ On A Miracle (Acoustic)

# 4 – Elton John’s Greatest Hits Volume II – Elton John

Released in 1977, Elton John’s Greatest Hits Volume II was a far different greatest hits package than his first one called Elton John’s Greatest Hits which contained no non-album tracks. Following in the footsteps of The Beatles, Elton John began releasing non album track stand alone hit singles in between albums that became massive hits. Two of them, a cover of The Beatles “Lucy In The Sky With Diamonds,” and his massive hit “Philadelphia Freedom” found their home on an LP for the first time on this greatest hits package. Also included was his standout cover version of The Who’s “Pinball Wizard” which was originally released on the Tommy Soundtrack.

1. The Bitch Is Back
2. Lucy in the Sky With Diamonds
3. Tiny Dancer
4. I Feel Like a Bullet (in the Gun of Robert Ford)
5. Someone Saved My Life Tonight
6. Philadelphia Freedom
7. Island Girl
8. Grow Some Funk of Your Own
9. Levon
10. Pinball Wizard

# 3 – The Best of Both Worlds – Van Halen

Well, talk about getting excited over a greatest-hits package. Van Halen’s second greatest hits package was released in 2004. It was the band’s second greatest hits package. The Best Of Both Worlds was obviously an ode to the fact that the hits package contained songs from both the David Lee Roth and Sammy Hagar eras. The Gray Cherone Van Halen III album was completely ignored. The band’s second hits package also saw the return of Sammy Hagar to the band for a brief time in the studio and the 2004 tour which resulted in not one, not two, but three new Van Halen tracks with Sammy Hagar once again on vocals.

Disc 1:
1. Eruption
2. It’s About Time – new song
3. Up for Breakfast – new song
4. Learning to See – new song
5. Ain’t Talkin’ ‘Bout Love
6. Finish What Ya Started
7. You Really Got Me
8. Dreams
9. Hot for Teacher
10. Poundcake
11. And the Cradle Will Rock…
12. Black and Blue
13. Jump
14. Top of the World
15. (Oh) Pretty Woman
16. Love Walks In
17. Beautiful Girls
18. Can’t Stop Lovin’ You
19. Unchained

Disc 2:
1. Panama
2. Best of Both Worlds
3. Jamie’s Cryin’
4. Runaround
5. I’ll Wait
6. Why Can’t This Be Love
7. Runnin’ With the Devil
8. When It’s Love
9. Dancing in the Street
10. Not Enough
11. Feels So Good
12. Right Now
13. Everybody Wants Some!!
14. Dance the Night Away
15. Ain’t Talkin’ ‘Bout Love (live)
16. Panama (live)
17. Jump (live)

 

# 1 & 2 –1962–1966 and 1966-1970  – The Beatles

We close out our 18 Best Greatest Hits Albums With Unreleased Tracks & Non-Album Singles list with the Beatles’ Blue and Red albums. These greatest hits packages were released in April of 1973 by Apple Records. They were both 2 lp sets each, containing twenty eight songs on the Blue Album 1976- 1970 and twenty-six songs on the Red Album 1962-1966. One must almost get a Ph.D. in Beatles’ releases to keep up with the way the group released material and how Capitol Records created the US albums from the non-album singles and a selection of tracks from the various original UK Beatles albums.

What these 1973 greatest hits packages did was deliver so many of the non-album singles on vinyl together with many of the hit singles from the original UK albums. Additionally, there were alternate takes, b- sides, and of course different mixes that were included on these two double LP releases. They both had amazing success on the music charts reaching the top 5 on the album charts in both the US and the UK. Many fans prefer the sound of the Beatles songs on these Lps while others do not.

Disc 1:
1. Love Me Do
2. Please Please Me
3. From Me to You – (non-album single, 1963)
4. She Loves You – (non-album single, 1963)
5. I Want to Hold Your Hand – (non-album single, 1963)
6. All My Loving
7. Can’t Buy Me Love
8. A Hard Day’s Night
9. And I Love Her
10. Eight Days a Week
11. I Feel Fine – (non-album single, 1964)
12. Ticket to Ride
13. Yesterday

Disc 2:
1. Help!
2. You’ve Got to Hide Your Love Away
3. We Can Work It Out – (non-album single, 1965)
4. Day Tripper – (non-album single, 1965)
5. Drive My Car
6. Norwegian Wood (This Bird Has Flown)
7. Nowhere Man
8. Michelle
9. In My Life
10. Girl
11. Paperback Writer –  (non-album single, 1966)
12. Eleanor Rigby
13. Yellow Submarine

1967–1970 – The Beatles

Disc 1:
1. Strawberry Fields Forever
2. Penny Lane
3. Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band
4. With a Little Help From My Friends
5. Lucy in the Sky With Diamonds
6. A Day in the Life
7. All You Need Is Love
8. I Am the Walrus
9. Hello, Goodbye
10. The Fool on the Hill
11. Magical Mystery Tour
12. Lady Madonna
13. Hey Jude
14. Revolution

Disc 2:
1. Back in the U.S.S.R.
2. While My Guitar Gently Weeps
3. Ob-La-Di, Ob-La-Da
4. Get Back
5. Don’t Let Me Down
6. The Ballad of John and Yoko
7. Old Brown Shoe
8. Here Comes the Sun
9. Come Together
10. Something
11. Octopus’s Garden
12. Let It Be
13. Across the Universe
14. The Long and Winding Road

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