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Best Of UFO: Gold Collection (UFO album)

The Best of UFO
UFO
Released 27 July 1996
Genre Hard rock, heavy metal
Length 69:19
Label EMI
UFO chronology

Walk on Water
(1995)
The Best of UFO
(1996)
Werevolves of London
(1998)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 4/5 stars[1]

Best of UFO is a greatest hits collection by the British hard rock band UFO, released in 1996 as part of EMI Records' Gold Collection series.

Track listing

  1. "Doctor Doctor" - 4:27 (from the album Phenomenon)
  2. "Only You Can Rock Me" - 4:10 (from the album Obsession)
  3. "Let It Roll" - 3:56 (from the album Force It)
  4. "Shoot Shoot" - 3:40 (from the album Force It)
  5. "Let It Rain" - 4:00 (from the album Mechanix)
  6. "When It's Time to Rock" - 5:25 (from the album Making Contact)
  7. "Rock Bottom" - 6:29 (from the album Phenomenon)
  8. "Love to Love" - 6:55 (from the album Lights Out)
  9. "High Flyer" - 4:03 (from the album Force It)
  10. "Can You Roll Her" - 2:57 (from the album No Heavy Petting)
  11. "Pack It Up (And Go)" - 3:15 (from the album Obsession)
  12. "Hot & Ready" - 3:17 (from the album Obsession)
  13. "This Time" - 3:44 (from the album Misdemeanor)
  14. "Long Gone" - 5:20 (from the album The Wild, the Willing and the Innocent)
  15. "Young Blood" - 3:02 (from the album No Place to Run)
  16. "Lonely Heart" - 4:12 (from the album The Wild, the Willing and the Innocent)

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