H.I.M. Name 'Best Of' Album

Finnish goth-metallers H.I.M. have set "And Love Said No - The Greatest Hits 1997-2004" as the title of their upcoming "best of" collection, tentatively due in March.

The upcoming CD will include the new tracks "And Love Said No" and "Solitary Man", which the band shot videos for in Philadelphia and Los Angeles earlier this month. The first new single is scheduled to be released in Europe in mid-February.

"And Love Said No - The Greatest Hits 1997-2004" track listing:

01. And Love Said No
02. Join Me
03. Buried Alive By Love
04. Heartache Every Moment
05. Solitary Man
06. Right Here In My Arms
07. Funeral Of Hearts
08. In Joy And Sorrow
09. Your Sweet 666
10. Gone With The Sin
11. Wicked Game
12. The Sacrament
13. Close To The Flame
14. Poison Girl
15. Pretending
16. When Love And Death Embrace

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