Rivers Of Babylon (A Best Of Collection)

Rivers of Babylon (A Best Of Collection)
Boney M.
Released May 2, 2008
Recorded 1976-1984
Genre Eurodance, Pop, Euro disco
Label Sony-BMG (EU)
Producer Frank Farian
Boney M. chronology

The Collection
(2008)
Rivers of Babylon (A Best Of Collection)
(2008)
Ultimate Boney M. – Long Versions & Rarities, Volume 1
(2008)

Rivers of Babylon (A Best Of Collection) is a budget-priced CD compilation by Boney M., released by Sony-BMG in their "A Best Of Collection" series. The compilation includes 12 tracks, all previous single releases, and two 12" versions as bonus tracks, both previously unavailable on CD.

In the UK the compilation was released under the title Rivers of Babylon: Presenting...Boney M. and with slightly different cover art.

Track listing

  1. "Rivers Of Babylon" (Farian, Reyam, Dowe, McNaughton) - 4:19
  2. "Ma Baker" (Farian, Reyam, Jay) - 4:35
  3. "Daddy Cool" (Farian, Reyam) - 3:27
  4. "Sunny" (Hebb) - 4:02
  5. "Ribbons Of Blue" (Forsey) - 4:03
  6. "Somewhere In The World" (Keilhauer, Grohé, Davis) - 5:07
    • From Ten Thousand Lightyears (1984). Original 12" version. First released on CD on The Collection (Boney M. Box Set) (2008)
  7. "I See A Boat On The River" (Rulofs, Farian, Winger, Jay) - 4:41
    • Non-album track, single A- and B-side (1980).
  8. "Belfast" (Deutscher, Billsbury, Menke) - 3:30
  9. "I'm Born Again" (Rulofs, Jay) - 4:17
  10. "Consuela Biaz" (Farian, Courage, O'Hara) - 5:19
  11. "Hooray Hooray It's A Holi-Holiday" (Farian, Jay) - 3:55
    • Non-album track, single A-side (1979).
  12. "Children of Paradise" (Farian, Reyam, Jay) - 4:28
    • Non-album track, single A-side (1980).
  13. "Gadda Da Vida" (Ingle) - 8:55
    • Non-album track, single B-side (1980). Original 12" single - previously unavailable on CD.
  14. "Rasputin" (Farian, Reyam, Jay) - 7:32

Production

Release history

  • 2008 EU: Sony-BMG 88697277732
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