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Greatest Hits: The Road Less Traveled

Greatest Hits: The Road Less Traveled is a 2005 music album by Melissa Etheridge, released by Island Records. It featured 17 tracks from her 17-year career, five of which were newly recorded. Eight of the other 12 tracks were specially remixed for this compilation.

Track listing

  1. "Refugee" – 3:37 [New Track]
  2. "Similar Features" – 4:44 [Remix]
  3. "Like the Way I Do" – 5:25 [Remix]
  4. "Bring Me Some Water" – 3:54 [Remix]
  5. "You Can Sleep While I Drive" – 3:15 [Remix]
  6. "No Souvenirs" – 4:33 [Remix]
  7. "Ain't it Heavy" – 4:24 [Remix]
  8. "I'm the Only One" – 4:16 [Edit]
  9. "Come to My Window" – 3:35 [Single Edit]
  10. "If I Wanted To" – 3:55
  11. "I Want To Come Over" – 5:24 [Remix]
  12. "Angels Would Fall" – 4:39 [Remix]
  13. "Lucky" – 3:58
  14. "Christmas in America" – 4:21 [New Track]
  15. "Piece of My Heart" – 4:19 [New Track]
  16. "This is Not Goodbye" – 3:37 [New Track]
  17. "I Run for Life" – 4:21 [New Track]

Chart Success

The album peaked at #14 on the Billboard 200. With the release of the album, Etheridge also released the single "Refugee", a cover of the Tom Petty song. The song reached #96 on the Pop 100. Also released for radio was the new song "I Run For Life", written about Etheridge's struggle with breast cancer. The song reached #80 on the Pop 100 and #10 on the Adult Contemporary charts. Etheridge's greatest hits collection was certified Gold in December 2005 for shipping over 500,000 copies, her first Gold certification since Breakdown in 1999.

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