The Best of 25 Years (2CD Version)

Oct 18, 2011
Track List And Lyrics
    DISC NO: 1
  1. If You Love Somebody Set Them Free lyrics
  2. Love Is The Seventh Wave lyrics
  3. Moon Over Bourbon Street lyrics
  4. Fortress Around Your Heart lyrics
  5. Englishman In New York lyrics
  6. They Dance Alone (Cueca Solo) lyrics
  7. Fragile lyrics
  8. We'll Be Together lyrics
  9. All This Time lyrics
  10. Mad About You lyrics
  11. Why Should I Cry For You? lyrics
  12. The Soul Cages lyrics
  13. If I Ever Lose My Faith In You lyrics
  14. Fields Of Gold lyrics
  15. Seven Days lyrics
  16. Shape Of My Heart lyrics
  17. DISC NO: 2
  1. When We Dance lyrics
  2. I Was Brought To My Senses lyrics
  3. You Still Touch Me lyrics
  4. I'm So Happy I Can't Stop Crying lyrics
  5. Desert Rose lyrics
  6. Brand New Day lyrics
  7. Send Your Love (Dave Aude Remix) lyrics
  8. Whenever I Say Your Name lyrics
  9. Stolen Car (Take Me Dancing) lyrics
  10. End Of The Game lyrics
  11. Never Coming Home lyrics
  12. Russians (Live) lyrics
  13. Message In A Bottle (Live) lyrics
  14. Demolition Man (Live) lyrics
  15. Heavy Cloud No Rain (Live) lyrics
Produced By
Rob Mathes & Kathryn Schenker
Cherrytree/A&M Records/Universal Music Group


Cherrytree/A&M Records/Universal Music Group is pleased to announce Sting: The Best Of 25 Years, slated for release on October 17, 2011. Available as a single-disc containing 13 remastered tracks as well as a double-disc comprised of 31 remastered songs, both featuring several remixes and newly unearthed live recordings, these compilations represent a diverse cross-section of Sting’s enduring solo career.

Highlights include the No. 1 hits “If You Love Somebody Set Them Free” and “All This Time,” as well as Grammy® winners “If I Ever Lose My Faith In You” and “Whenever I Say Your Name” featuring Mary J. Blige. The CDs also include a new mix of “Never Coming Home” as well as previously unreleased live versions of “Message In A Bottle,” “Demolition Man” and “Heavy Cloud No Rain” (full track listing included below).

Sting: The Best Of 25 Years was produced by Rob Mathes and Executive Produced by Sting’s longtime manager, Kathryn Schenker.