2003 greatest hits albums

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  1. God Will Make A Way. The Best Of Don Moen

    God Will Make A Way. The Best Of Don Moen

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    God Will Make a Way: The Best of Don Moen is an album of Christian worship music recorded by Don Moen. The Contemporary Christian album contains several of Moen's greatest hits digitally remastered. It was released by Integrity, Hosanna! Music, Epic and Sony on May 13, 2003. The album also comes with a bonus DVD with five songs, all of which were recorded live.


  2. The R. In R&B Collection, Vol. 1

    The R. In R&B Collection, Vol. 1 (2003)

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    The R. In R&B Collection, Vol. 1 was the first compilation album released by R&B superstar R. Kelly celebrating his 11-year career which saw him go from the lead singer of the new jack swing group, Public Announcement, to becoming the leader of contemporary R&B throughout the 1990s and today. The album featured 15 greatest hits dating back to 1992 and three newer songs, including the hit "Thoia Thoing". In addition, eight of ten singles on the compilation were number-one R&B hits ("I Can't Sleep Baby (If I)" and "Slow Dance (Hey Mr. DJ)" are not featured here; likewise both #1 pop singles "Bump n' Grind" and "I'm Your Angel" are featured here.


  3. The Definitive Collection

    The Definitive Collection (2003)

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    The Definitive Collection is a compilation album by American pop singer Lionel Richie.


  4. The Very Best of Sheryl Crow

    The Very Best of Sheryl Crow (2007)

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    The Very Best of Sheryl Crow is a greatest hits album by American singer/songwriter Sheryl Crow, released in 2003 (see 2003 in music). The album was a commercial success, reached #2 on both the UK Album Chart and the Billboard 200, selling 4 million units in the US as of January 2008. The album also received a Gold accreditation in Australia during 2005.


  5. Mr. Lover Lover (The Best Of Shaggy... Part 1)

    Mr. Lover Lover (The Best Of Shaggy... Part 1) (2003)

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    Mr. Lover Lover – The Best of Shaggy... Part 1 is the first compilation album released by Jamacian rapper Shaggy. The album includes material from Shaggy's first five studio albums, as well as the new recording, "Get Up, Stand Up".


  6. The Best Of Bonnie Raitt

    The Best Of Bonnie Raitt (2003)

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    The Best of Bonnie Raitt is a 2003 music album by Bonnie Raitt, released by Capitol Records.


  7. Ultimate Toni Braxton

    Ultimate Toni Braxton (2003)

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    Ultimate Toni Braxton, released in 2003, is the first greatest hits collection by R&B singer Toni Braxton. It features many of her greatest hits, and includes all the singles from her debut Toni Braxton and all but one of the singles from her second album Secrets. Her albums The Heat and More Than a Woman are fairly underrepresented, as only two and one songs are included from each album, respectively. The songs on Ultimate are not the actual album versions but radio edits, and the version of "Seven Whole Days" is live. The album also includes two new songs, "Whatchu Need" (produced by Rodney Jerkins) and "The Little Things" (produced by R. Kelly). Toni's first single "Give U My Heart" (a duet with Babyface) that was included on the "Boomerang" soundtrack, and a remix of "Un-Break My Heart".


  8. Greatest Hits

    Greatest Hits (2002)

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    Greatest Hits is a greatest hits compilation album released by UK duo Lighthouse Family in 18 November 2002 on Wildcard / Polydor. There are two different versions of this album, one with the two bonus tracks, "Lifted" (Linslee Mix) and "End of the Sky", and one without them. This album reached gold status.


  9. Greatest Hits

    Greatest Hits (2003)

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    Greatest Hits is the first greatest hits album by American country singer LeAnn Rimes, released in the United States on November 8, 2003 (see 2003 in music) by Curb Records.


  10. 18 Greatest Hits

    18 Greatest Hits (2004)

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    18 Greatest Hits is the first greatest hits compilation album by German singer Sandra, released in 1992.


  11. Boombastic Hits

    Boombastic Hits (2003)

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    Boombastic Hits is the second compilation album released by Jamacian rapper Shaggy. The album was released on November 6, 2003. The album features a range of material from Shaggy's albums "Boombastic" and "Midnite Lover", as well as the b-side "One Burner", which had previously never been included on any of Shaggy's albums.


  12. Parts Of The Process

    Parts Of The Process (2003)

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    Parts of the Process is a greatest hits album by British Trip-Hop band Morcheeba.


  13. No Diggity: The Very Best of Blackstreet

    No Diggity: The Very Best of Blackstreet (2003)

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    No Diggity: The Very Best of Blackstreet is a greatest hits compilation released on June 10, 2003. It features songs from their time with Interscope Records, the album does not contain two of their biggest hits, "Take Me There" with Mýa, Mase, & Blinky Blink off The Rugrats Movie soundtrack & the remix to "I Get Lonely" by Janet Jackson.


  14. Greatest Hits

    Greatest Hits (2003)

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    Greatest Hits is the name of a compilation album released by country singer Jo Dee Messina in 2003.


  15. The Complete Collection

    The Complete Collection (2003)

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    The Complete Collection is a 6-CD boxset, released in June 2003, on BMG / Arista label, collecting all of 5 studio albums by British pop / soul singer Lisa Stansfield (whose contract with the major actually expired in 2003), the original track listings of which are enhanced by a number of remixes, rarities, bonus tracks and one previously unreleased song.


  16. The Very Best Of Simply Red

    The Very Best Of Simply Red (2003)

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    The Very Best of Simply Red is a 2-CD album by Simply Red originally released in 2003 in Japan but has been imported to other countries.


  17. Now & Forever (The Hits)

    Now & Forever (The Hits) (2003)

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    Now and Forever: the Hits is the first international compilation album by American R&B/hip hop girl group TLC. Via Arista Records, it was released on September 30, 2003, in most of Japan, November 24, 2003 in the United Kingdom and with a late release on June 21, (see 2004 in music) in North America.


  18. The Very Best of John Michael Montgomery

    The Very Best of John Michael Montgomery

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    The Very Best of John Michael Montgomery is a compilation album released in 2003 by American country music artist John Michael Montgomery. It features eighteen songs from his first studio albums, ranging from his 1993 debut "Life's a Dance" to 2002's "'Til Nothing Comes Between Us". The tracks "Cool" and "One Day Less" were previously unreleased. "Cool" was later released on Montgomery's 2004 album Letters from Home, while "One Day Less" is not on any of his other albums.


  19. Greatest Hits

    Greatest Hits (2003)

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    Greatest Hits is the first and only compilation album released by Haitian singer Wyclef Jean. The album was released on October 7, 2003. The album contains material from his first four studio albums (The Carnival, The Ecleftic: 2 Sides II a Book, Masquerade and The Preacher's Son). The album also features "No Woman, No Cry", a track taken from The Fugees' second studio album, The Score.


  20. The Best Of Pantera: Far Beyond The Great Southern Cowboy's Vulgar Hits

    The Best Of Pantera: Far Beyond The Great Southern Cowboy's Vulgar Hits (2003)

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    The Best of Pantera: Far Beyond the Great Southern Cowboys' Vulgar Hits! is a compilation album by the heavy metal band Pantera, released on September 23, 2003. The title of the compilation is a combination of the titles of their first four major label albums (Far Beyond Driven, The Great Southern Trendkill, Cowboys from Hell, Vulgar Display of Power). The compilation includes an audio CD of fifteen previously released tracks and one previously unreleased track, plus a DVD with twelve music videos, two of them live. The tracks on the CD include songs from all six major label albums (two from Cowboys from Hell, three from Vulgar Display of Power, four from Far Beyond Driven, one from The Great Southern Trendkill, one from Official Live: 101 Proof, and three from Reinventing the Steel), as well as their cover of Ted Nugent's "Cat Scratch Fever" from the Detroit Rock City soundtrack and their cover of Black Sabbath's "Hole in the Sky" from the Revolution Is My Name EP, all in chronological order. This compilation album reached #38 on the Billboard Top 200 charts and was certified gold by the RIAA in August 2004 and platinum in January 2006.


  21. Testify To Love: The Very Best Of Avalon

    Testify To Love: The Very Best Of Avalon (2003)

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    Testify to Love: The Very Best of Avalon is Avalon's seventh release—the group's first greatest hits collection—and is titled appropriately after the quartet's hit, "Testify to Love". It is the first album showcasing Melissa Greene, who replaced Cherie Adams, and the last album featuring founding member Michael Passons. Although mostly consisting of previous radio hits, three new songs were added—"New Day", "Everything to Me", and "Pray", with a bonus Christmas song. "Wonder Why" has an alternate opening from the original album version.


  22. I Care 4 U

    I Care 4 U (2003)

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    I Care 4 U is the fourth album and first compilation album by the American singer Aaliyah, released posthumously by Blackground Records on December 10, 2002, in the United States. Along with her hit singles, a number of shelved tracks were included on the album, including the singles "Miss You", "Don't Know What to Tell Ya", and "Come Over". The unreleased tracks are generally less edgy than her last album, focusing on R&B rather than rock with the exception of the Nine Inch Nails influenced beat of "Erica Kane". A special edition was issued with a bonus DVD.


  23. The Greatest Hits

    The Greatest Hits (2003)

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    The Greatest Hits is a 2003 Lulu album charting her 40-year career in music from 1964's UK Top Ten Hit "Shout" through 2002's "We've Got Tonight," a UK Top 5 duet with Ronan Keating. It also covers everything in between, including her 1967 US #1 Hit "To Sir with Love", the 1969 Eurovision Song Contest winner "Boom Bang-a-Bang", the 1974 James Bond theme "The Man with the Golden Gun," and the 1993 UK #1 Hit "Relight My Fire" (duet with Take That).


  24. Greatest Hits Collection, Vol. 1

    Greatest Hits Collection, Vol. 1

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    Greatest Hits Collection, Vol. 1 is the first greatest hits album released by country music singer Trace Adkins. It was released on July 8, 2003 and features the greatest hits from his first studio albums (1996's Dreamin' out Loud, 1997's Big Time, 1999's More…, and 2001's Chrome). Also included on this compilation are the previously unreleased tracks "Then They Do" and "Welcome to Hell". The former was released as a single in 2003, reaching Top Ten on the Billboard Hot Country Songs charts.


  25. Sixty Six To Timbuktu

    Sixty Six To Timbuktu (2003)

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    Sixty Six to Timbuktu is a greatest hits album and a history of the career of Robert Plant, from 1966 to a recording done at the Festival in the Desert in Mali. The album was released in 2003 and contains songs from Plant's eight solo albums up to the time of its release on its first disc, and rarities on its second disc. Some of his well known songs were omitted from this release, such as "In the Mood", "Rockin' at Midnight", "Burning Down One Side", "Other Arms", and "Hurting Kind (I've Got My Eyes on You)".


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