August 19, 2012

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Donna Summer - I Remember Yesterday (1977)

Artist:  Donna Summer
Title:  I Remember Yesterday
Year:  1977
Format:  LP
Label:  Groovy
Genre:  Disco
Catalog#  GR 9003

"I Remember Yesterday" is the fifth original album by American singer Donna Summer, released on May 13, 1977.
Side One of the LP saw Summer "remembering yesterday" by combining the electronic disco sound with sounds of the 1940s ("I Remember Yesterday"), 1950s ("Love's Unkind") and 1960s ("Back in Love Again"). Side Two consisted of two pop/disco tracks, a ballad and finished with a disco song supposedly representing "the future" that would become one of the most famous songs of that genre  "I Feel Love".

Side one
1.  I Remember Yesterday  - 4:45
2.  Love's Unkind   - 4:29
3.  Back in Love Again  - 3:54
4.  I Remember Yesterday (Reprise)  - 3:02

Side two
1.  Black Lady  - 3:47
2.  Take Me  - 5:03
3.  Can't We Just Sit Down (And Talk It Over) - 4:25
4.  I Feel Love  - 5:54

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Pat Benatar - Crimes Of Passion (1980)

Artist:  Pat Benatar
Title:  Crimes Of Passion
Year:  1980
Format:  LP
Label:  Chrysalis Records
Genre:  Rock
Catalog#  202845

"Crimes Of Passion" is the second album by Pat Benatar, released in 1980.
The album produced the hits "Hit Me with Your Best Shot", "You Better Run", "Treat Me Right", plus a cover of Kate Bush's international hit, "Wuthering Heights".
"Hell Is for Children", which was not released as an A-side single, was also a hit on album-rock stations.
The music video for the song "You Better Run" was the second music video ever aired on MTV in 1981.

Side one
1.  Treat Me Right  - 3:24
2.  You Better Run  - 3:02
3.  Never Wanna Leave You  - 3:13
4.  Hit Me with Your Best Shot  - 2:51
5.  Hell Is for Children  - 4:48

Side two
1.  Little Paradise  - 3:32
2.  I'm Gonna Follow You  - 4:28
3.  Wuthering Heights  - 4:28
4.  Prisoner of Love  - 2:05
5.  Out-A-Touch  - 4:16

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Daryl Hall & John Oates - Voices (1980)

Artist:  Daryl Hall & John Oates
Title:  Voices
Year:  1980
Format:  LP
Label:  RCA Records
Genre:  Pop, Rock, Blue-Eyed Soul
Catalog#  PL-13646

"Voices" is the title of the ninth studio album by Daryl Hall & John Oates, released in 1980.
The album slowly became a massive hit, spinning off four singles: "How Does It Feel to Be Back", "You've Lost That Lovin' Feelin'" (Cover from The Righteous Brothers)), "Kiss on My List", and "You Make My Dreams". Although "Everytime You Go Away" was not released as a single, it was covered by Paul Young in 1985 when it went to #1 on the Billboard Hot 100 charts.
The album is seen as a revolution in the Hall & Oates sound.

Side one
1.  How Does It Feel to Be Back  - 4:35
2.  Big Kids  - 3:40
3.  United State  - 3:08
4.  Hard to Be in Love with You  - 3:38
5.  Kiss on My List  - 4:25
6.  Gotta Lotta Nerve (Perfect Perfect)  - 3:37

Side two
1.  You've Lost That Lovin' Feelin'  - 4:37
2.  You Make My Dreams  - 3:11
3.  Everytime You Go Away  - 5:23
4.  Africa  - 3:39
5.  Diddy Doo Wop (I Hear the Voices)  - 3:43

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August 17, 2012

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Sigue Sigue Sputnik - Flaunt It (1986)

Artist:   Sigue Sigue Sputnik
Title:   Flaunt It
Year:   1986
Format:   LP
Label:   Parlophone Records
Genre:   Post-Punk, Synthpop
Catalog#   1C 062-240581-1

"Flaunt It" is the debut album by British band Sigue Sigue Sputnik. The album featured a remix of their hit single "Love Missile F1-11", used in Ferris Bueller's Day Off and Grand Theft Auto: Vice City; as well as "21st Century Boy". "Flaunt It" was unique in that the band auctioned off spots between songs for advertisements. Ultimately, L'Oréal, i-D magazine, and short-lived London pirate television station NeTWork 21 were complemented by fictitious ads for the Sputnik Corporation; a spoken word advertisement (narrated by the Sputnik Corporation voiceover) for EMI closes the album.
Sigue Sigue Sputnik succeeded in their attempt to create the ultimate rock & roll fantasy, one full of violent, futuristic imagery that was cartoonish, yet often if you listened close enough, had, surprisingly, something to say.

Side one
1.  Love Missile F1-11 (Re-Recording Part II)   (4:49)
2.  Atari Baby   (4:57)
3.  Sex-Bomb-Boogie   (4:48)
4.  Rockit Miss U•S•A   (6:08)

Side two
1.  21st Century Boy   (5:10)
2.  Massive Retaliation   (5:02)
3.  Teenage Thunder   (5:17)
4.  She's My Man   (5:37)

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Talk Talk - The Party´s Over (1982)

Artist:   Talk Talk
Title:   The Party´s Over (1982)
Year:   1982
Format:   LP
Label:   EMI Records
Genre:  Synthpop, New Wave
Catalog#   1A 064-07646

"The Party's Over" was the first album by Talk Talk. It was released in 1982 and produced by Colin Thurston, who was a former engineer for David Bowie but was better known for producing Duran Duran's first two albums.
Talk Talk began life as a slavishly derivative, Duran Duran-styled new romantic synth pop band, as their debut, "The Party's Over", clearly shows. Much of the album seems to attempt to recreate Duran Duran's debut, but even with their most blatant rip-offs, like the single "Talk Talk," they do it with a naïve charm that makes for some really enjoyable music, even if it isn't particularly innovative or groundbreaking.

Side one
1.   Talk Talk   (3:23)
2.   It's So Serious   (3:21)
3.   Today   (3:30)
4.   The Party's Over   (6:12)

Side two
1.   Hate   (3:58)
2.   Have You Heard the News?   (5:07)
3.   Mirror Man   (3:21)
4.   Another Word   (3:14)
5.   Candy   (4:41)

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Rene & Angela - Street Called Desire (1985)

Artist:  Rene & Angela
Title:  Street Called Desire
Year:  1985
Format:  LP
Label:  Mercury Records
Genre:  Soul, Funk
Catalog#  824607-1

"Street Called Desire" is the fourth and final album by the R&B duo consisting of artist/producers René Moore and Angela Winbush.
René & Angela's obvious enthusiasm and for-real emotions make listening to "Street Called Desire" a pleasure. The uptempo numbers aren't jokes  the throbbing beat on "I'll Be Good" is mind locking, but the two ballads, "You Don't Have to Cry" and "Your Smile," are outstanding. What makes them work is their unpredictability. No particular or predetermined pattern is set. No attempt is made to divide the lines and choruses equally; each singer unselfishly contributes what's necessary. "Smile" is mostly Angela until René repeatedly chants "No other love can light my life, no one can make things right, 'til my baby smiles." René has more juice on "You Don't Have to Cry," matching alternating verses with Angela, who gives an incredible performance on the heart-stopping ballad. René's brother Bobby Watson (formerly of Rufus) co-produced the sides with Bruce Swedien. Due to personal problems and conflicts, the duo called it quits and released no more albums.

Side one
1.  Save Your Love (For #1)  (4:20)
2.  I'll Be Good  (5:14)
3.  No How - No Way  (5:00)
4.  You Don't Have To Cry  (5:53)

Side two
1.  Street Called Desire  (4:40)
2.  Your Smile  (4:26)
3.  Who's Foolin' Who  (5:06)
4.  Drive My Love  (4:09)

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August 16, 2012

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Deniece Williams - I´m So Proud (1983)

Artist:  Deniece Williams
Title:  I´m So Proud
Year:  1983
Format:  LP
Label:  CBS
Genre:  Soul
Catalog#  25352

George Duke produced her 1983 album "I'm So Proud" and this led to the creation of one of the biggest songs of her career "I'm Glad It's You". Songs that George produced he used established musicians Louis Johnson on bass, Mike Sembello on guitar, Ricky Lawson on drums.
She's in great vocal form on the soft, lilting title track, once again has great chemistry with the legendary Johnny Mathis on the duet with him "So Deep In Love," and start's moving into the more dance-oriented material that would dominate her next album with the bouncy, perky "Heaven In Your Eyes.

Side one
1.  Do What You Feel   (4:24)  
2.  I'm So Proud   (3:55)  
3.  So Deep In Love   (4:22)  
4.  I'm Glad It's You   (3:28)  

Side two
1.  Heaven In Your Eyes   (4:54)  
2.  They Say   (7:10)  
3.  Love, Peace And Unity   (5:36)  
4.  It's Okay   (5:26) 

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August 15, 2012

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Lime - 3 (1983)

Artist:  Lime
Title:  3
Year:  1983
Format:  LP
Label:  Polydor
Genre:  Disco
Catalog#  813066-1

Lime was a synth-pop group from Montréal, Canada, during the 1980s. The group was composed of husband and wife Denis and Denyse LePage, who sang all the lead vocals. They never toured or appeared as Lime in public - they hired Joy Dorris & Chris Marsh, who never appeared on Lime recordings, to be younger and more attractive sound-alikes for live events.
The 3rd release from this canadian disco act still shines brightly on the dance floor! songs like "Angel Eyes", "Guilty", and "On The Grid" just pop and spark out from a Roland jupiter 8, a juno-60, and the all-time beat machine, the tr-808.

Side one
1.  Guilty  (7:39) 
2.  Angel Eyes  (7:50) 
3.  On the Grid  (5:25) 

Side two
1.  Give Me Your Body  (7:30) 
2.  Together  (6:56) 
3.  Rendez Vous on the Dark Side of the Moon  (7:50)
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Grace Jones - Portfolio (1977)

Artist:  Grace Jones
Title:  Portfolio
Year:  1977
Format:  LP
Label:  Island
Genre:  Disco, Pop
Catalog#  25579 XOT

"Portfolio" is the debut album by Grace Jones, released in 1977 by Island Records. It spawned her first big hit, "La Vie en rose".
"I Need a Man" was Jones' debut single, originally released in 1975.
The second single, "Sorry", was released still one year prior the "Portfolio" album release and earned a very modest success on U.S. singles chart.
"La Vie en rose" was released as a single in autumn 1977 and became the biggest hit off "Portfolio". "What I Did for Love" became a top 10 dance hit in the USA.

Side one
1.  Send in the Clowns  (7:33)
2.  What I Did for Love  (5:15)
3.  Tomorrow  (5:48)

Side two
1.  La Vie en rose  (7:27)
2.  Sorry  (3:58)
3.  That's the Trouble  (3:36)
4.  I Need a Man  (3:23)

August 14, 2012

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Soundtrack - Roadie (1980) - 2Lp

Artist:   Soundtrack
Title:   Roadie
Year:   1980
Format:   2 LP
Label:   Warner Bros.
Genre:  Country, Pop, Rock, Soul
Catalog#   WB 66093

Marvin Lee Aday, (aka Meat Loaf) accelerated the descent of his '70s constellation by starring in the drive-in dissipation Roadie at the dawn of the (then) new decade. Somebody from everywhere on the musical map pops up on this delectable double soundtrack, representing a confounding cross-section of (then) contemporary commercialism, though Meat himself doesn't do a number (apparently, he keeps his acting and rocking separate). Most of the songs (Alice Cooper's "Road Rats," " "Brainlock" by Joe Ely) on side one even concern the negligible script of the picture. Cheap Trick's killer opener shotguns the protagonist's motto "Everything Works If You Let It" into an unholy marriage of "Spirit of Radio" and "Hey Jude." This George Martin-ated miracle alone blows away side two, where Teddy Pendergrass, Jay Ferguson, Steven Bishop, and Yvonne Elliman appear out of nowhere. At least Eddie Rabbitt's dandy "Driving My Life Away" picks up the slack. As for side three, Blondie's rippin' read of "Ring of Fire" used to be rare, and Sue Sadd and the Next remain rare. The only artist with two cuts, Coop's cool "Pain" leads to the grand finale featuring Roy Orbison, Emmylou Harris, Jerry Lee Lewis, Hank Williams, Jr., and (whew) Asleep at the Wheel. Slip in some classic corporate rock from Styx and Pat Benatar and the result is a sampler of sizzling insanity.

Side one
1.   Cheap Trick - Everything Works If You Let It   (3:27)
2.   Pat Benatar - You Better Run   (3:04)
3.   Joe Ely Band - Brainlock   (2:54)
4.   Alice Cooper - Road Rats   (2:44)

Side two
1.   Teddy Pendergrass - Can't We Try   (5:03)
2.   Eddie Rabbitt - Drivin' My Life Away   (3:14)
3.   Stephen Bishop and Yvonne Elliman - Your Precious Love   (4:18)
4.   Jay Ferguson - A Man Needs A Woman   (3:48)

Side three
1.  Styx - Crystal Ball   (5:55)
2.  Sue Saad And The Next - Double Yellow Line   (2:49)
3.  Blondie - Ring Of Fire   (3:34)
4.  Alice Cooper - Pain   (4:01)

Side four
1.   Roy Orbison and Emmylou Harris - That Lovin' You Feelin' Again   (4:09)
2.   Jerry Lee Lewis - (Hot Damn) I'm A One Woman Man   (2:46)
3.   Hank Williams, Jr. - The American Way   (3:04)
4.   Asleep At The Wheel - Texas, Me And You   (3:50)

August 13, 2012

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Gino Soccio - Face To Face (1982)

Artist:  Gino Soccio
Title:  Face To Face
Year:  1982
Format:  LP
Label:   Atlantic
Genre:   Electronic, Dance
Catalog#   ATL 50891

Gino Soccio is a Canadian disco record producer. His heritage is Italian.
He was one of the many disco producers who worked within euro disco style of the late 70's. His fourth album "Face To Face" is a sonically intriguing fusion of deep synthesizers and organic 4/4 drums all throughout- giving it a human touch. The soulful melodies that run throughout seasons these early 80's disco nuggets.
While things jump off to a solid start with "It's Alright" and "Dream On", the song that really does it is, "You Move Me" (one of the album highlights). While the other songs are in deep in the early 80's mode, "You Move Me" is a late 70's sounding disco soul track that sound like it could've been made by Chic. On the second half of the album , "Who Dunnit?" is a characterized by a stoned robotic bassline that can inspire hip hop break dancin- and is it me or does the guitar riff in the hook sound like Lipps Inc Funkytown. Nonetheless it's a nice sounding track. The centerpiece of the album to me is "Remember". "Remember" is a proto techno workout that leaped light years ahead of the pack as it laid down the ground work for electronica and acid house. It's influence can be heard to this day . I like the amount of musical depth that's contained in "Remember" in spite of the song being composed primarily by Keyboard. Not only is it a good electronic disco record, it's one that's distinctively groovy - instead of the banal emptiness you would hear in a lot of techno records today. Then there's "Look at Yourself". This is not a dance track but an experimental rock track with electronic elements. It's a nice record with a addictive guitar lick that holds it together .

Side one
1. It's Alright (7:37)    
2. Dream On (6:04)    
3. You Move Me (5:59)    

Side two
1. Who Dunnit? (5:54)    
2. Remember (6:32)    
3. Look at Yourself  (5:35)
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Angelique En Haar Ondeugende Vriendinnen - Een Beetje Geld Voor Een Beetje Liefde (1982)

Artist:  Angelique En Haar Ondeugende Vriendinnen
Title:  Een Beetje Geld Voor Een Beetje Liefde
Year:  1982
Format:  LP
Label:  Olala Records
Genre:  Nederlandstalig
Catalog#  OL 69021

Angelique (pseudoniem van o.a. Conny Schouwman) was een Nederlandse zangeres die in 1982 in Nederland de Top 40 behaalde met "Een beetje geld voor een beetje liefde". Het nummer was een parodie op de hit "Ein bißchen Frieden" van Nicole. De zangeres (Conny Schouwman) van dit nummer waarvan "Angelique" een van de pseudoniemen was, is afkomstig uit de regio Rotterdam, en was ooit zangeres van The Chico´s. In de jaren 1980 was haar stem ook in diverse reclameboodschappen op de lokale radio in deze regio te beluisteren.
De meeste andere populaire nummers van Angelique waaronder, "Vanavond ben ik helemaal alleen", dat ook een notering in de hitlijsten bereikte, en "Vader wat klotsen je ballen",  werden ingezongen door zangeres Joke de Knegt, destijds woonachtig in Wateringen en zangeres van de succesvolle formatie Flame. Zij behaalde destijds de omslag van de Story, waarin onthuld werd dat zij de zangeres achter het pseudoniem Angelique was. Dat was gedeeltelijk waar, op het nummer "Een beetje geld, voor een beetje liefde" na.

Side one
01.  Een Beetje Geld Voor Een Beetje Liefde  (3:07) 
02.  Schandaal Om Rosie  (3:30) 
03.  Vader, Wat Klotsen Je Ballen  (3:14)   
04.  Veel Is Het Niet (3:10)  
05.  Oh, Als De Mensen Eens Wisten  (4:03)   
06.  Boemeladie Boem Boem  (3:17) 

Side two
01.  Hip, Hap, Hop  (3:19)  
02.  M'n Poesje Is Helemaal Nat  (3:40)   
03.  Zeven Kusjes (3:31)  
04.  'T Poesje Van Klein Loesie  (4:10)   
05.  M'n Keesie  (2:01)  
06.  Oho, Aha, Dat Ding Van Jou Is Veel Te Groot  (4:28)

August 12, 2012

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Patrick Cowley - The Album (1981)

Artist:   Patrick Cowley
Title:  The Album
Year:  1981
Format:  LP
Label:  Ariola
Genre:  Electronic, Dance
Catalog#  204391

Patrick Cowley was an American disco and Hi-NRG dance music composer and recording artist. He recorded in a style that has drawn comparisons to that of Giorgio Moroder, and is often credited with pioneering electronic dance music.
Cowley remained close to the San Francisco club scene and eventually joined forces with producer Marty Blecman to form Megatone Records in the summer of 1981. Under auspices of their parnership Cowley created a succesful dance-oriented 12" single "Menergy", a frank celebration of the gay club scene. His first album "The Album" released in 1981.

Side one
1.  Menergy  (8:47)  
2.  I Got A Line On You  (6:33)  

Side Two
1.  I Wanna Take You Home  (7:48)  
2.  X-Factor  (5:10)  
3.  Menergy (Reprise)  (3:42) 
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Paul Simon - One-Trick Pony (1980)

Artist:  Paul Simon
Title:  One-Trick Pony
Year:  1980
Format:  LP
Label:  Warner Bros.
Genre:  Folk Rock
Catalog#  WB 56846 

"One-Trick Pony" is the fifth solo album released by Paul Simon, in 1980.
Released concurrently with the film of the same name, in which Simon also starred. Despite their similarities, the album and film are musically distinct: each features different versions of the same songs, as well as certain songs that appear exclusively on either the film or the album. The album is best known for the Grammy-nominated track "Late In The Evening" which was a hit for Simon in 1980. "Late In The Evening and "Ace in the Hole" were recorded live at the Agora Theatre and Ballroom in Cleveland, Ohio in September 1979. The rest are studio cuts.
The record features several top session musicians (who also appeared in the movie as the character Jonah's backing band), including Eric Gale on lead guitar, Richard Tee on piano, Tony Levin on bass, and Steve Gadd on drums.

Side one
1.  Late in the Evening  (4:02)
2.  That's Why God Made the Movies  (3:38)
3.  One-Trick Pony (recorded live at the Agora Theatre and Ballroom)  (3:54)
4.  How the Heart Approaches What It Yearns  (2:49)
5.  Oh, Marion  (4:00)

Side two
1.  Ace in the Hole (recorded live at the Agora Theatre and Ballroom)  (5:54)
2.  Nobody  (3:33)
3.  Jonah  (3:30)
4.  God Bless the Absentee  (3:15)
5.  Long, Long Day (with Patti Austin)  (3:48)
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Eddie Rabbitt - Step By Step (1981)

Artist:   Eddie Rabbitt
Title:  Step By Step
Year:  1981
Format:  LP
Label:  Mercury
Genre:  Country, Pop
Catalog#  6302152

"Step By Step" was the seventh studio album of American Country singer-songwriter and musician Eddie Rabbitt. It was originally released in 1981. The album continued the crossover success established in the singer's two previous albums. Three singles were produced from this album, the title track "Step By Step", which went to number one on country charts. "Someone Could Lose a Heart Tonight" and "I Don't Know Where to Start".

Side one
1.  Early in the Mornin'  (2:17)
2.  Bring Back the Sunshine  (3:31)
3.  Skip a Beat  (3:13)
4.  Dim Dim the Lights  (2:47)
5.  Rivers  (2:44)

Side two
1.  Step by Step  (3:39)
2.  Someone Could Lose a Heart Tonight  (3:26)
3.  I Don't Know Where to Start  (3:25)
4.  Nobody Loves Me Like My Baby  (5:00)
5.  My Only Wish  (3:07)

August 11, 2012

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Sweet Power - Discoh ´81 (50 Non-Stop Disco Hits) (1981)

Artist:  Sweet Power
Title:  Sweet Power - Discoh ´81 50 Non-Stop Disco Hits (1981)
Year:  1981
Format:  LP
Label:  Arcade
Genre:  Disco Medley
Catalog#  ADEH 82

Concept By, Compiled By [Repertoire Selection By]:  Herman Heinsbroek, Rob Lemmen, Sylvia Curd

Side one
01.  Hits On 33 (1:15)  
02.  Born To Be Alive (0:48)  
03.  Sweets For My Sweet (0:56)  
04.  Yummi Yummi Yummi  (0:35) 
05.  Surf City  (0:55) 
06.  Driver´s Seat  (0:55) 
07.  Xanadu  (0:35) 
08.  Spacer  (1:06) 
09.  Tired Of Toein´ The Line  (0:39)   
10.  Standing In The Shadow Of Love  (0:54) 
11.  Reach Out I´ll Be There  (0:15) 
12.  Can You Feel It (0:47)  
13.  Never Can Say Goodbye (1:21)  
14.  Hits On 33  (1:15) 
15.  Stayin´ Alive  (0:29) 
16.  Tragedy  (1:35) 
17.  Nights On Broadway (0:52)   
18.  Night Fever  (0:55) 
19.  Jive Talkin´ (0:32)  
20.  (I Can Get No) Satisfaction (1:06)   
21.  Honky Tonk Woman  (0:45) 
22.  All Over The World  (0:57) 
23.  I'm Alive  (0:44) 
24.  Confusion  (0:41) 
25.  Hits On 33  (1:05) 

Side two
01.  Hits On 33  (1:15) 
02.  Singin´ In The Rain  (1:15)  
03.  I´m On Fire  (0:47) 
04.  Yes Sir, I Can Boogie (0:46)   
05.  A Walk In The Park  (0:31) 
06.  Love Is Like Oxygen  (0:38) 
07.  House Of The Rising Sun (1:15)  
08.  Silence Is Golden  (1:02) 
09.  Sloop John B. (1:02)  
10.  Amen  (0:30) 
11.  The Hustle (1:20)  
12.  Hits On 33  (1:15) 
13.  Let´s Twist Again  (0:55)  
14.  Rockabilly Rebel  (0:59) 
15.  Under The Moon Of Love  (1:00) 
16.  Midnite Dynamos  (0:27) 
17.  Bill Haley  (0:58) 
18.  Sunday Girl  (0:40) 
19.  La Bamba  (0:42) 
20.  In The Summertime (1:00)  
21.  Lola (0:37)  
22.  A Glass Of Champagne  (0:39)  
23.  Jumpin' Jack Flash  (0:35) 
24.  The Last Time  (0:52) 
25.  My Generation  (0:28)