The Best of 10 Years – 32 Superhits

The Best of 10 Years - 32 Superhits
Remix album by Boney M.
Released January 1986
Recorded 1976-1986
Genre R&B, Pop music, Euro disco
Length 46:24
Label Hansa Records (FRG)
Stylus Records (UK)
Producer Frank Farian
Boney M. chronology

Eye Dance
(1985)
The Best of 10 Years - 32 Superhits
(1986)
The 20 Greatest Christmas Songs
(1986)

Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 3/5 stars link
In the Mix
Greatest hits album by Boney M.
Released November 7, 2008
Boney M. chronology

The Complete Boney M.
(2008)
In the Mix
(2008)
The Magic of Boney M. – The Danish Collection
(2008)

The Best of 10 Years – 32 Superhits also known as 32 Superhits - Non-Stop Digital Remix is a remix album by Boney M. released in 1986.

In 1981 producer Frank Farian created a thirteen-minute medley in the style of Stars On 45 called "6 Years of Boney M. Hits (Boney M. on 45)" which was issued as both A- and B-side singles in certain territories - in the UK the medley was the B-side of Boonoonoonoos 12" single "We Kill The World (Don't Kill The World)", in Germany the edited 7" version appeared as the B-side of Christmas Album single "Little Drummer Boy" and the longer version as a separate A-side 12" release in early 1982.

Five years later, shortly after the unsuccessful Eye Dance project, when Boney M. were celebrating their first decade as a group - although it in reality was dissolved at the time - Farian took the non-stop medley idea one step further and extended the medley to a thirty-two track, forty-six minutes full-length album of Boney M's greatest hits with additional percussive and synthesized overdubs.

The Best of 10 Years - 32 Superhits reached #35 on the UK albums chart.

In the Mix

In 2008, Sony-BMG re-issued the album with a new cover and title as "In the Mix".

Track listing

Side A

  1. "Daddy Cool" (Farian, Reyam) - 1:43
  2. "Sunny" (Bobby Hebb) - 1:37
  3. "Ma Baker" (Farian, Jay, Reyam) - 1:53
  4. "Belfast" (Hillsbury, Deutscher, Menke) - 1:13
  5. "Rasputin" (Farian, Jay, Reyam) - 1:34
  6. "Painter Man" (Phillips, Pickett) - 1:40
  7. "Children of Paradise" (Farian, Jay, Reyam) - 1:36
  8. "Gotta Go Home" (Farian, Jay, Klinkhammer) - 1:45
  9. "Dreadlock Holiday" (Graham Gouldman, Eric Stewart) - 1:22
  10. "Felicidad (Margherita)" (Conz, Massara) - 1:40
  11. "Barbarella Fortuneteller" (Davis, Farian, Kawohl) - 1:40
  12. "Gadda-Da-Vida" (Doug Ingle) - 1:43
  13. "Got Cha Loco" (Applegate, Baierl, Farian, Reyam) - 1:25
  14. "Todos Buenos" (Applegate, Farian) - 1:50

Side B

  1. "No Woman, No Cry" (Ford, Bob Marley) - 1:42
  2. "Brown Girl in the Ring" (Farian) - 1:41
  3. "B.M. à GoGo" - 5:52 (Arr. Farian)
    • "New York City"
    • "Gloria Can You Waddle"
    • "Baby Do You Wanna Bump"
    • "He Was a Steppenwolf"
    • "Bye Bye Bluebird"
    • "Nightflight to Venus"
  4. "Rivers of Babylon" (Farian, Reyam) - 1:45
  5. "El Lute" (Farian, Jay, Klinkhammer, Kolonovits) - 1:43
  6. "The Calendar Song (January, February, March...)" (Farian) - 1:50
  7. "Bang Bang Lulu" (Farian) - 1:32
  8. "Hooray! Hooray! It's a Holi-Holiday" (Farian) - 0:59
  9. "Kalimba De Luna" (Davis, Farian, Kawohl) - 1:38
  10. "My Cherie Amour" (Cosby, Moy, Stevie Wonder) - 1:32
  11. "I Feel Good" (Bischof, Farian) - 1:21
  12. "Young, Free and Single" (Applegate, Farian, Reyam) - 1:42
  13. "Happy Song" (Abacab, Bacciocchi, Spagna) - 1:48

Personnel

Production

Release history

  • 1986 Germany: Hansa 610 550
  • 1986 Germany: Hansa 207 500-270
  • 1986 UK: Stylus SMR 621

As "In the Mix"

  • 2008 EU: Sony-BMG 88697-39671-2

Single releases

Germany
7"

  • "Daddy Cool (Anniversary Recording '86)" - 5:18 / "B.M.A.G.O." - 4:10 (Hansa Records 107 994-100, 1986)

12"

  • "Daddy Cool (Anniversary Recording '86)" Special Club Mix - 7:45 / Special Club Dub - 6:43 / "B.M.A.G.O." - 3:00 Hansa 607 994-213, 1986)

Sources and external links

  • Rate Your Music, detailed discography
  • Discogs.com, detailed discography
  • Allmusic, biography, discography etc.
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