Album Details

RELEASE
November 26, 1996
LABEL
MCA
GENRES
Pop/Rock, Contemporary Pop/Rock, Soul, Dance-Pop, Blue-Eyed Soul, College Rock, Dance-Rock, Alternative/Indie Rock

Album Review

Fine Young Cannibals only released two albums, so it's slightly unusual that they even have a greatest-hits collection like Fine Young Cannibals Finest. After all, a dedicated fan will have both records, and casual fans will only want the singles on The Raw & the Cooked, thereby eliminating the audience for the collection. Despite these misgivings, Finest does its job well, featuring 12 of their biggest hits and best-known songs ("She Drives Me Crazy," "Johnny Come Home," "Good Thing," "Suspicious Minds," "Don't Look Back"), plus two unreleased cuts ("The Flame" and "Since You've Been Gone") to entice collectors. If you want the highlights, Finest is fine, but most fans will want to stick with the two original albums.
Stephen Thomas Erlewine, Rovi

Track Listing

  1. She Drives Me Crazy
  2. The Flame [#]
  3. Johnny Come Home
  4. Good Thing
  5. Suspicious Minds
  6. Blue
  7. Ever Fallen in Love?
  8. Don't Look Back
  9. Tell Me What
  10. I'm Not the Man I Used to Be
  11. Couldn't Care More
  12. Funny How Love Is
  13. Take What I Can Get [#]
  14. Since You've Been Gone [#]