It must be close to Christmas as the flow of Greatest Hits CDs has begun!

Elton Wants To Be In The Building
If Elvis can top the chart with a hits collection, why not Elton? After all, in 1992, Elton John broke Presley’s record for the most consecutive years with a Top 40 pop single (and continued striking gold every year until 2000).
His legacy is celebrated on Elton John: Greatest Hits 1970-2002, a two-disc retrospective due Nov. 12 on Universal.
The 34 digitally remastered tracks include all 22 top-10 pop hits, starting with 1970’s breakthrough Your Song. The lofty batch, including Crocodile Rock, Bennie and the Jets, Philadelphia Freedom, Rocket Man, Honky Cat, Goodbye Yellow Brick Road and Daniel, will be on the set list of John’s Greatest Hits Tour in 2003.
Theatrical contributions, from the Oscar-winning Lion King tune Can You Feel the Love Tonight to the LeAnn Rimes duet Written in the Stars, from Aida, also made the album roster, as did John’s most recent single, This Train Don’t Stop There Anymore.
A bonus CD in the set’s first pressing offers duets Don’t Let the Sun Go Down on Me (with George Michael), Live Like Horse (Luciano Pavarotti) and Your Song (Alessandro Safina), plus a live version of Candle in the Wind.