Mariah Carey – The Ballads (2008)

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At last! Mariah Carey put up and will be releasing a collection of her ‘best’ ballads under Sony BMG. This is a consolation (for me hehe, forgive me my friend OMBD) for those Mimi admirers before the ’emancipation’ days.


As per Mariahcarey.com news, it is scheduled for release in the UK & Ireland on October 20 and Italy on October 24, 2008; it is also set to be released in Japan on November 3 and as of now scheduled to be released in the U.S. & Canada January of 2009. But browsing through the stores in the net, it would already be available by October 28, 2008.

Here is the international track listing:

1. Hero
Taken from the Columbia release, Music Box
2. Vision Of Love
Taken from the Columbia release, Mariah Carey
3. Without You
Taken from the Columbia release, Music Box
4. Always Be My Baby
Taken from the Columbia release, Daydream
5. My All
Taken from the Columbia release, Butterfly
6. How Much (Featuring Usher)
Taken from the Columbia release, Rainbow
7. Dreamlover
Taken from the Columbia release, Music Box
8. Thank God I Found You – Make It Last Remix (Featuring Nas & Joe)
Taken from the Columbia release, The Remixes
9. The Roof
Taken from the Columbia release, Butterfly
10. One Sweet Day (Mariah Carey & Boyz II Men)
Taken from the Columbia release, Daydream
11. Anytime You Need A Friend
Taken from the Columbia release, Music Box
12. I’ll Be There (Featuring Trey Lorenz)
Taken from the Columbia release, Mariah Carey Unplugged EP
13. I Still Believe
Taken from the Columbia release, #1’s
14. Reflections
Taken from the Virgin release, Glitter
15. Open Arms
Taken from the Columbia release, Daydream
16. Against All Odds (Featuring Westlife)
Taken from the Columbia release, Rainbow
17. Endless Love (With Luther Vandross)
Taken from the Epic release, Songs
Bonus Track:
18. All I Want For Christmas Is You
Taken from the Columbia release, Merry Christmas – “All I Want For Christmas”

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6 thoughts on “Mariah Carey – The Ballads (2008)

  1. I love the idea but they could do better on the track listing. Several songs included aren’t even ballads. I bet I can make a better list.

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