Keane / “The Best Of”: deluxe editions


British band Keane have a new greatest hits out in November.

The Best Of Keane is available in a number of configurations including a special super deluxe edition set which contains two CDs, a DVD and a 100-page hardcover ‘photo scrapbook’.

The first disc is a 20-track hits collection while the second CD contains 17 B-sides. The DVD features an August 2013 acoustic gig, where the setlist was chosen by Keane fans.

The photo book is quite small (190mm x 190mm to be exact) and overall this set doesn’t exactly feel like outstanding value. Fans might be better off sticking with the standard deluxe edition which is a two-CD set, replicating the audio on the Super Deluxe package.

The Best Of Keane is released on 11 November 2013

Deluxe Edition (2CD)

Super Deluxe Edition (2CD+DVD+Book)

The Best of Keane Super Deluxe Edition track listing:

Disc: 1

  • 1. Everybody’s Changing
  • 2. Somewhere Only We Know
  • 3. Bend and Break
  • 4. Bedshaped
  • 5. This Is The Last Time
  • 6. Atlantic
  • 7. Is It Any Wonder?
  • 8. Nothing In My Way
  • 9. Hamburg Song
  • 10. Crystal Ball
  • 11. A Bad Dream
  • 12. Try Again
  • 13. Spiralling
  • 14. Perfect Symmetry
  • 15. My Shadow
  • 16. Silenced By The Night
  • 17. Disconnected
  • 18. Sovereign Light Café
  • 19. Higher Than The Sun
  • 20. Won’t Be Broken

Disc: 2

  • 1. Snowed Under
  • 2. Walnut Tree
  • 3. Fly To Me
  • 4. To The End Of The Earth
  • 5. The Way You Want It
  • 6. Something In Me Was Dying
  • 7. Allemande
  • 8. Let It Slide
  • 9. He Used To Be A Lovely Boy
  • 10. Thin Air
  • 11. The Iron Sea (Magic Shop Version)
  • 12. Maybe I Can Change
  • 13. Time To Go
  • 14. Staring At The Ceiling
  • 15. Myth
  • 16. Difficult Child
  • 17. Sea Fog (Live in Mexico City)
  • 18. Russian

Disc: 3 (DVD)


2. Hardback Book

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Both cd are excelent


Mike, i’d like to know the answer to that too. Second album not too bad but from then on, awful! Seems to me this release represents a band out of ideas.


James & Mike, seriously? Keane has always been consistent with the quality of their albums. Night train is probably the worst and Under the Iron Sea being the strongest in terms of track list. I admit, some of the songs need to grow on you, but they are not awful on first listen too…


We can only regret there is no DVD with the videos in this one…


Err, could someone enlighten me to what they achieved bar the first lp?


It’s cheaper on sainburys. £30 extra for a DVD and a book i think not i will be getting the 2CD.