Monday 1/30/23 10pm ET: Feature Greatest Hits LP: Starship – Greatest Hits (Ten Years and Change 1979-1991) (1991)

Greatest Hits (Ten Years and Change 1979–1991) is a compilation album released May 14, 1991 when Starship ended its recording contract with RCA Records. The album contains two new tracks, “Don’t Lose Any Sleep” and “Good Heart”. “Good Heart” was released as a single and hit number 81 on the Billboard charts. A third track, “Keys to the City” was recorded at this time and finally saw release on the 2012 compilation Playlist: The Very Best of Starship. “We Built This City” was remixed for this compilation by Bill Bottrel who took out the spoken-word interlude by Les Garland.

  1. “Jane” 4:11
  2. “Find Your Way Back” 4:16
  3. “Stranger” 4:44
  4. “No Way Out” 4:24
  5. “Layin’ It on the Line” 4:09
  6. “Don’t Lose Any Sleep” 4:22
  7. “We Built This City” 4:38
  8. “Sara” 4:48
  9. “Nothing’s Gonna Stop Us Now” 4:30
  10. “It’s Not Over (‘Til It’s Over)” 4:17
  11. “It’s Not Enough” 4:49
  12. “Good Heart” 4:22

Mickey Thomas – lead vocals
Peter Wolf – keyboards, electronics
Martin Page – background vocals
Peter Maunu – guitars
Craig Chaquico – guitars
Paul Kantner – lead and backing vocals, rhythm guitar, keyboards
Craig Chaquico – lead guitar, rhythm guitar
David Freiberg – bass synthesizer backing vocals
Pete Sears – bass , piano electric piano organ), rhythm guitar, backing vocals
Aynsley Dunbar – drums, percussion
Grace Slick – co-lead vocals , backing vocals
Donny Baldwin – electronic drums
Les Garland – DJ voice
Peter Beckett, J. C. Crowley, Siedah Garrett and Ina Wolf – backing vocals
Simon Climie, Lorraine Devon, Phillip Ingram, Martin Page, Chris Sutton and Oren Waters – backing vocals
Kevin DuBrow – backing vocals
Dave Jenkins – backing vocals
Brett Bloomfield – bass, backing vocals
Mark Morgan – keyboards
Michael Landau – additional rhythm guitar
Larry Williams – keyboards
Corrado Rustici – charvel MIDI guitar
Narada Michael Walden – electronic drums
Bongo Bob – percussion
Kitty Beethoven, Jim Gilstrap – backing vocals