|Timespace: The Best of Stevie Nicks|
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|Released||September 3, 1991|
|Label|| Modern (US)|
|Stevie Nicks chronology|
Timespace: The Best of Stevie Nicks is a compilation album featuring songs from the solo career of American singer and songwriter Stevie Nicks. It was released on September 3, 1991. The album features many of her hit singles, along with three new songs: "Sometimes It's a Bitch" first single released from the album, co-written by Jon Bon Jovi), "Love's a Hard Game to Play" (co-written by Bret Michaels) and "Desert Angel" (which Nicks wrote for the men and women serving in the Gulf War). The CD's booklet contains notes written by Nicks herself about the making of each song.
The album debuted and peaked at number 30 on the US Billboard 200, Nicks' lowest charting album at the time, but it remained on the chart for nearly six months and, as of February 2011, the album had sold over 1.5 million copies in the United States. [ citation needed ]The album was certified Platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) in 1997. The album also achieved a Gold certification by the British Phonographic Industry (BPI) for shipping 100,000 copies in the United Kingdom and was Nicks' third top 20 album there. The album spent four weeks at number one in New Zealand.
The Fleetwood Mac song "Silver Springs" (written by Nicks) was originally intended to be in the compilation, but Mick Fleetwood, the band's drummer, would not allow Nicks to release the song because of his plans to release it on a forthcoming Fleetwood Mac box set. This led to a dispute, resulting in Nicks leaving Fleetwood Mac for several years.
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|1.||"Sometimes It's a Bitch" (Previously unreleased)||Jon Bon Jovi, Billy Falcon||4:38|
|2.||"Stop Draggin' My Heart Around" (Duet with Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers, Chris Lord-Alge Remix)||Tom Petty, Mike Campbell||4:04|
|3.||"Whole Lotta Trouble" (Chris Lord-Alge Remix)||Nicks, Campbell||4:31|
|4.||"Talk to Me"||Chas Sanford||4:12|
|5.||"Stand Back" (Chris Lord-Alge Remix)||Nicks||4:57|
|6.||"Beauty and the Beast"||Nicks||6:04|
|7.||"If Anyone Falls" (Chris Lord-Alge Remix)||Nicks, Sandy Stewart||4:08|
|8.||"Rooms on Fire" (Chris Lord-Alge Remix)||Nicks, Rick Nowels||4:40|
|9.||"Love's a Hard Game to Play" (Previously unreleased)||Bret Michaels, Pat Schunk||5:03|
|10.||"Edge of Seventeen" (Chris Lord-Alge Remix)||Nicks||5:27|
|11.||"Leather and Lace" (Duet with Don Henley, Chris Lord-Alge Remix)||Nicks||3:49|
|12.||"I Can't Wait"||Nicks, Nowels, Eric Pressly||4:37|
|13.||"Has Anyone Ever Written Anything for You?" (Chris Lord-Alge Remix)||Nicks||4:39|
|14.||"Desert Angel" (Previously unreleased)||Nicks, Campbell||5:21|
|Australian Albums Chart||13|
|Canadian Albums Chart||38|
|New Zealand Albums Chart||1|
|Swedish Albums Chart||37|
|UK Albums Chart||15|
|US Billboard 200||30|
|New Zealand (RMNZ)||Platinum||15,000^|
|United Kingdom (BPI)||Gold||100,000^|
|United States (RIAA)||Platinum||1,000,000^|
^ Shipments figures based on certification alone.
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