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Phil CollinsGreatest Hits Full [2021] Album Zip



In 1985, Collins released his third album, No Jacket Required, which contained the hits "Sussudio" and "One More Night". He also recorded the song "Separate Lives", a duet with Marilyn Martin that reached number one in the US. No Jacket Required debuted at number one in the US and UK; it is the best-selling album of his career and has been certified Diamond in the US for sales over 10 million and six-times platinum in the UK.[3][5] In 1988, Collins contributed songs to the soundtrack of the film Buster, in which he also starred: "Two Hearts", and a cover of "A Groovy Kind of Love", the latter of which became a UK and US number one.[2][4] In 1989 Collins produced another successful album, ...But Seriously, featuring the anti-homelessness anthem "Another Day in Paradise", which peaked at number one in the US and number two in the UK.[2][4] A live album, Serious Hits... Live! followed in 1990.




Phil CollinsGreatest Hits Full Album Zip



Collins's fifth album, Both Sides, was released in 1993; although it was less successful than his previous albums and produced only one UK top-ten single, the album still reached number one in the UK.[2] His next album, Dance into the Light, was released in 1996 and was even less successful, peaking at number four in the UK and was only certified silver.[2][3] A greatest hits compilation, ...Hits, was released in 1998 and was successful, returning Collins to UK number one and multi-platinum status in the UK and US.[2][3][5] The album's sole new track was a cover of the Cyndi Lauper hit "True Colors". Collins also wrote and performed songs for the Disney animated films Tarzan and Brother Bear. Collins's seventh studio album, Testify, was released in 2002. It was a success in Europe, peaking at number fifteen in the UK and within the top five in Austria, Germany and the Netherlands.[2][6] After the release of Testify, Collins announced that he was going into semi-retirement,[7] and released two compilation albums in 2004, The Platinum Collection and Love Songs: A Compilation... Old and New. In 2010, Collins released his eighth and final studio album, Going Back, after which he went into a brief four-year retirement, before returning to the music industry in 2015. By 2016, Collins remastered and reissued all of his studio albums and released his fourth compilation album, The Singles.


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