Greatest Hits 1982–1989 is the third greatest hits album, and twentieth album overall, by the American band Chicago, released in 1989. Covering the era that stretched from 1982's Chicago 16 to Chicago 19 in 1988, the set is also balanced by the appearances of both Peter Cetera and his replacement Jason Scheff.
Greatest Hits 1982-1989 - the band's 20th release overall - is also notable for being Chicago's last release before the departure of founding drummer Danny Seraphine and the home to a (slightly) remixed hit, "What Kind of Man Would I Be?" originally released on Chicago 19.
Although it only reached #37 in the US, Greatest Hits 1982-1989 would go on to sell over six million units in the US alone.
Famous quotes containing the word hits:
“Life begins to happen.
My hoppped up husband drops his home disputes,
and hits the streets to cruise for prostitutes,”
—Robert Lowell (19171977)