April 2, 2001 16:44

FERRY BEST OF!

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FERRY BEST OF!
ROXY MUSIC have confirmed details of the Greatest Hits album which will accompany their reformation world tour.

'The Best Of Roxy Music' is released on June 11 via Virgin. The record will feature 18 tracks from their eight studio albums and will coincide with the band's previously announced world tour, which will visit 12 countries later in the year.

The confirmed tracklisting is: 'Avalon'
'More Than This'
'Jealous Guy'
'Over You'
'Same Old Scene'
'Oh Yeah'
'Angel Eyes' (single version)
'Dance Away' (single version)
'Both Ends Burning'
'Love Is The Drug'
'Out Of The Blue'
'All I Want Is You'
'Mother Of Pearl'
'Street Life'
'Do The Strand'
'Pyjamarama' (single version)
'Ladytron'
'Virginia Plain'

The band's world tour will feature singer Bryan Ferry alongside saxophonist Andy Mackay and guitarist Phil Manzanera. Brian Eno, who left the band in 1973 to embark on a solo career as a musician and producer, will not be touring.

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