The official website posted a news today announcing some details on the output of GH and the upcoming single "Runaway.
Also published is the cover of Greatest Hits that you can see click here.
Here is the text:
On Monday 13 November
Jamiroquai release "High Times: Singles 1992-2006" – a singles
collection which contains 16 huge hits from Jamiroquai’s extraordinary
career to date, plus two new tracks.
A slice of classic Jamiroquai, with it’s shimmering disco strings
and infectious bass line, ‘Runaway’ is the first of two brand new
tracks on this first ever Jamiroquai hits compilation – the second
track being the hard edged kinky funk of "Radio" – further proof that
Jamiroquai have still got plenty of fuel in the tank.
15 years in the making, and taking in early acid jazz of Top 10
debut, Too Young To Die, and the politically conscious Emergency On
Planet Earth, through to massive global hits such as Cosmic Girl and
Virtual Insanity, to the shimmering disco of Little L, Canned Heat and
Love Foolosophy, via the thumping No. 1 smash Deeper Underground, ‘High
Times – The Singles Collection’ is a timely reminder of the sheer
strength and depth of Jamiroquai’s back catalogue. In an age when a
‘Greatest Hits’ album often means 4 or 5 genuine hits and an awful lot
of filler, it’s testament to how long the often under appreciated
Jamiroquai have been at the top of their game.
After 159 weeks on the UK singles chart, 232 weeks on the albums
chart, more than 20 million album sales and five mammoth world tours –
playing to more than 5 million people in 38 countries – and that’s
before you even get to the 5 MTV awards, the Grammy, the Ivor Novello
Award and the well documented rock and roll lifestyle, it’s fair to say
that, Jay Kay, the quick stepping 37 year-old professionally known as
Jamiroquai, is one of the UK’s greatest musical exports of the last 20
A special edition of the album will also be available containing
various Jamiroquai remixes, including the classic David Morales remix
of Space Cowboy (which to this day is still Kiss FM’s most played song
of all time). A DVD of all Jamiroquai videos ever made will be
simultaneously released on Sony BMG – this will feature extra tracks,
hits not contained on the CD album such as ‘Stillness In Time’ and
‘Half The Man’.
Stay tuned to Jamiroquai.com to get full details of each of the formats being released.