Greatest Hits (Joe Diffie album)

Greatest Hits
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Greatest hits album by
ReleasedJune 9, 1998
GenreCountry
Length42:09
LabelEpic
ProducerJohnny Slate
Bob Montgomery
Don Cook
Lonnie Wilson
Joe Diffie
Joe Diffie chronology
Twice Upon a Time
(1997)
Greatest Hits
(1998)
A Night to Remember
(1999)
Singles from Greatest Hits
  1. "Texas Size Heartache"
    Released: March 23, 1998
  2. "Poor Me"
    Released: September 1998
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Greatest Hits is the first greatest hits package released by American country music artist Joe Diffie. Released in 1998 on Epic Records, it contains the biggest hit singles from his first five studio albums, as well as three new tracks ("Poor Me", "Texas Size Heartache", and "Hurt Me All the Time"), of which the first two were released as singles.

Don Cook and Lonnie Wilson produced the new recordings.

Track listing[]

  1. "Third Rock from the Sun" (Sterling Whipple, Tony Martin, John Greenebaum) – 2:48
  2. "John Deere Green" (Dennis Linde) – 4:34
  3. "Texas Size Heartache" (Zack Turner, Lonnie Wilson) – 2:41
  4. "Ships That Don't Come In" (Paul Nelson, Dave Gibson) – 3:39
  5. "Pickup Man" (Howard Perdew, Kerry Kurt Phillips) – 3:36
  6. "So Help Me Girl" (Perdew, Andy Spooner) – 3:32
  7. "Poor Me" (Al Anderson, Bob DiPiero) – 4:09
  8. "Honky Tonk Attitude" (Joe Diffie, Lee Bogan) – 3:49
  9. "Home" (Fred Lehner, Spooner) 3:20
  10. "Prop Me Up Beside the Jukebox (If I Die)" (Perdew, Phillips, Rick Blaylock) – 3:46
  11. "Bigger Than the Beatles" (Steve Dukes, Jeb Stuart Anderson) – 3:55
  12. "Hurt Me All the Time" (Terry Skinner, Chad Austin) – 2:20

Personnel[]

The following musicians performed on the tracks "Texas Size Heartache", "Poor Me", and "Hurt Me All the Time".

Chart performance[]

References[]

  1. ^ "Joe Diffie Chart History (Billboard 200)". Billboard. Retrieved December 1, 2020.
  2. ^ "Joe Diffie Chart History (Top Country Albums)". Billboard. Retrieved December 1, 2020.
  3. ^ "Top Country Albums – Year-End 1998". Billboard. Retrieved December 1, 2020.