Best Bits (album)

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Best Bits
Compilation album by
ReleasedEurope 1981
United States March 1982
ProducerJon Astley
Roger Daltrey chronology
Best Bits
Parting Should Be Painless
Professional ratings
Review scores

Best Bits is a compilation album released by English musician Roger Daltrey released in March 1982 in United States and under the title The Best of Roger Daltrey in Europe in 1981. It was released on MCA 5301, Canada, and the album reached #185 in the U.S. charts.[2] The tracks "Martyrs and Madmen" and "Treachery" were previously unreleased. The compilation and additional remixing were done by Jon Astley and Phil Chapman.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Martyrs and Madmen" (Steve Swindells)
  2. "Say It Ain't So, Joe" (Murray Head)
  3. "Oceans Away" (Goodhand-Tait)
  4. "Treachery" (Swindells)
  5. "Free Me" (Russ Ballard)
  6. "Without Your Love" (Billy Nicholls)
  7. "Hard Life"
  8. "Giving it All Away" (David Courtney, Leo Sayer)
  9. "Avenging Annie" (Andy Pratt)
  10. "Proud" (Ballard)
  11. "You Put Something Better Inside Me"[3]

Song chart positions[edit]

See also[edit]


  1. ^ Allmusic review
  2. ^ a b "Roger Daltrey Discography". Archived from the original on 12 June 2010.
  3. ^ "Amazon listing".