Hits is a greatest hits collection of popular UK indie-pop band Pulp, released in Britain in November 2002. As a greatest hits, it only covers Pulp's singles from the early-90s when they started becoming popular, although the band had existed in one form or another since 1979.
Hits is a compilation album series running over 20 years and compiled as a joint venture, usually between the compilation arms of the Sony BMG and Warner Music groups (e.g. WSM or Global Television). However, rather than all the albums in the series just simply being labeled Hits and the issue number, a number in the series have been released under alternative and expanded names such as Monster Hits, Huge Hits or simply just The Hits Album.
Hits, released in 1998, was the first greatest hits collection of Phil Collins studio recordings. The collection included fourteen Top 40 hits, including seven American #1 songs, spanning from the albums Face Value (1981) through Dance Into the Light (1996). One new Collins recording, a remake of Cyndi Lauper's "True Colors", also appeared on the collection and was a popular song on adult contemporary stations.