Ian Brown - Greatest
NME.COM feature on Ian Brown - Greatest album including album review, artwork, tracks, listen now, tour dates, discography and more.
Release date: 06 September 2005
Muhammad Ali and Will Smith have both also referred to themselves as The Greatest on record
He’s not, of course, the greatest, but in times when genuine stars are in short supply, Ian Brown has at least earned the right to make the claim. And when you’ve made the best album of the last 20 years, but opt not to include any of it on your Greatest Hits (it’s probably down to copyright, but still), you could even be accused of rubbing the noses of mere mortal ‘pop stars’ in...
- Sep 19, 2005
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- Corpses In Their Mouths
- Can't See Me (Bacon & Quarmby Remix)
- Be There - Unkle
- Love Like a Fountain (single version)
- Dolphins Were Monkeys (single version)
- Golden Gaze (single version)
- Whispers (Album Version - The Greatest UK Bonus Track)
- Forever And A Day (New Version)
- Keep What Ya Got
- Time Is My Everything
- Longsight M13
- Reign - UNKLE
- Lovebug (New Version)
- All Ablaze
- Return of the Fisherman
Front row scuffles and tone deafness can’t daunt him. Madinat Arena, Dubai, Thursday, October 1
- Oct 15, 2009
Six solo albums in, and the reasons for that reunion appear to be getting ever fewer
- Sep 27, 2009
- Nov 23, 2007
The Stone Roses frontman will release 'Collected' on December 3
Ex-Stone Roses singer gives away new lyric - by allowing Bradford trickster to read his mind
Full-back tweets that Brown will 'sing the teams out'
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