Tracklist

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CD 1
# Title Artist Rating Length
1 Crazy, Crazy Nights KISS 4.15 3:48
2 Legs ZZ Top 4.4 4:36
3 Urgent Foreigner 4 4:32
4 Rocky Mountain Way Joe Walsh 3.8 5:17
5 Roll On Down the Highway Bachman–Turner Overdrive 4.5 4:00
6 I Surrender Rainbow 3:23
7 More Than a Feeling Boston 3.9 4:46
8 Higher Love Steve Winwood 5:49
9 Wishing Well Free 3:37
10 Copperhead Road Steve Earle 5 4:32
11 She’s Not There Santana 4:05
12 Spirit of Radio Rush 4.75 5:00
13 (Don’t Fear) The Reaper Blue Öyster Cult 5 3:50
14 Radar Love Golden Earring 5:06
15 On the Road Again Canned Heat 3.5 4:59
16 Take It on the Run REO Speedwagon 4 4:03
17 Dancing in the Moonlight Thin Lizzy 4.35 3:31
18 Out in the Fields Gary Moore & Phil Lynott 3.2 4:17
CD 2
# Title Artist Rating Length
1 Born to Be Wild Steppenwolf 4.35 3:31
2 Holding Out for a Hero Bonnie Tyler 4 4:25
3 Eye of the Tiger Survivor 3:34
4 All Fired Up Pat Benatar 5 4:31
5 Hold the Line Toto 4.1 3:59
6 Nothing’s Gonna Stop Us Now Starship 4.2 4:29
7 Hot in the City Billy Idol 4.5 3:41
8 Jessie’s Girl Rick Springfield 3:16
9 If I Could Turn Back Time Cher 3.5 4:00
10 Shine a Little Love Electric Light Orchestra 4:13
11 Hocus Pocus Focus 3 3:25
12 Ships in the Night Be Bop Deluxe 5 4:05
13 Don’t Stop Believing Journey 4.1 4:12
14 Black Velvet Alannah Myles 4:06
15 Long Train Runnin’ The Doobie Brothers 3:29
16 Sweet Home Alabama Lynyrd Skynyrd 4.55 4:43
17 Broken Wings Mr. Mister 5:35
18 Rock & Rock Dreams Come Through Jim Steinman 5:30
19 You Took the Words Right Out of My Mouth Meat Loaf 4:16

Credits

CD 1

acoustic guitar:
Kevin Cronin (track 16)
Tom Scholz (track 7)
acoustic guitar, bass guitar and harp:
Phil Lynott (track 17)
drums (drum set):
Alan Gratzer (track 16)
Brian Downey (Thin Lizzy drummer) (track 17)
Sib Hashian (track 7)
Joe Vitale (1972 – 1973) (track 4)
Bob Rondinelli (1980-11) (track 6)
Dennis Elliott (track 3)
bass guitar:
Roger Glover (1980-11) (track 6)
Rick Wills (track 3)
Kenny Passarelli (Bass, piano) (1972 – 1973) (track 4)
Joe Walsh (former Eagle) (1972 – 1973) (track 4)
synthesizer:
Thomas Dolby (track 3)
Neal Doughty (track 16)
Joe Walsh (former Eagle) (1972 – 1973) (track 4)
guitar:
Scott Gorham (track 17)
Ritchie Blackmore (1980-11) (track 6)
Kenny Passarelli (Bass, piano) (1972 – 1973) (track 4)
Joe Walsh (former Eagle) (1972 – 1973) (track 4)
Gary Richrath (track 16)
guitar [fuzz]:
Blair Thornton (track 5)
guitar [guitars]:
Gary Moore (Thin Lizzy, blues guitar) (track 18)
guitar [lead guitar]:
Tom Scholz (track 7)
guitar [rhythm guitar]:
Tom Scholz (track 7)
bass:
Bruce Hall (US bassist for REO Speedwagon) (track 16)
Tom Scholz (track 7)
electric piano:
Joe Vitale (1972 – 1973) (track 4)
electric guitar [lead guitar]:
Mick Jones (Foreigner/Spooky Tooth, worked in France) (track 3)
percussion:
Sib Hashian (track 7)
Joe Vitale (1972 – 1973) (track 4)
keyboard:
Michael Fonfara (track 3)
Joe Vitale (1972 – 1973) (track 4)
Don Airey (1980-11) (track 6)
Rocke Grace (1972 – 1973) (track 4)
Joe Walsh (former Eagle) (1972 – 1973) (track 4)
Mick Jones (Foreigner/Spooky Tooth, worked in France) (track 3)
saxophone:
John Helliwell (track 17)
Mark Rivera (track 3)
piano:
Joe Vitale (1972 – 1973) (track 4)
arranger:
Kevin Cronin (track 16)
Brad Delp (track 7)
Tom Scholz (track 7)
assistant engineer:
Thomas Brekling (track 6)
Tom Cummings (engineer) (track 16)
Jeff Eccles (track 16)
Bruce Hensal (track 7)
Edwin Hobgood (engineer) (track 3)
Clay Hutchinson (Engineer, who has worked at Kingdom Sound, New York) (track 6)
Deni King (engineer) (track 7)
Buzz Richmond (track 5)
Doug Rider (track 7)
Michael Sauvage (track 3)
assistant mixer:
Richard Dashut (track 5)
Steve Hodge (track 7)
background vocals:
Dennis Elliott (track 3)
Ian Lloyd (of Stories) (track 3)
Mark Rivera (track 3)
Rick Wills (track 3)
Rocke Grace (1972 – 1973) (track 4)
Kenny Passarelli (Bass, piano) (1972 – 1973) (track 4)
Mick Jones (Foreigner/Spooky Tooth, worked in France) (track 3)
co-arranger:
Jim Masdea (track 7)
co-producer:
Alan Gratzer (track 16)
composer:
Rod Argent (track 11)
Russ Ballard (track 6)
Donald Roeser (track 13)
Steve Earle (US folk/rock singer/songwriter) (track 10)
Floyd Jones (blues performer and songwriter) (track 15)
Mick Jones (Foreigner/Spooky Tooth, worked in France) (track 3)
Phil Lynott (track 17)
Gary Moore (Thin Lizzy, blues guitar) (track 18)
Gary Richrath (track 16)
Tom Scholz (track 7)
Alan Wilson (Canned Heat member) (track 15)
George Kooymans (track 14)
Geddy Lee (track 12)
Alex Lifeson (track 12)
engineer:
James (Jimbo) Barton (Australian/US producer/engineer, fl. 1990's-2020's) (track 18)
Warren Dewey (track 7)
Terry Manning (US recording engineer) (track 2)
Tony Platt (track 3)
Brad Samuelsohn (track 3)
Mark Smith (Canadian engineer) (track 5)
Dave Wittman (track 3)
Kevin Beamish (track 16)
Tony Visconti (track 17)
Tom Scholz (track 7)
guest drums (drum set) [drums]:
Charlie Morgan (British drummer and percussionist) (track 18)
guest bass guitar [bass]:
Philip Lynott (track 18)
guest keyboard [keyboards]:
Don Airey (track 18)
Andy Richards (Strawbs keyboard player/record producer) (track 18)
guest vocals:
Philip Lynott (track 18)
lead vocals:
Kevin Cronin (track 16)
Brad Delp (track 7)
Lou Gramm (American rock singer-songwriter; Black Sheep, Foreigner & Shadow King) (track 3)
Joe Walsh (former Eagle) (1972 – 1973) (track 4)
Phil Lynott (track 17)
Gary Moore (Thin Lizzy, blues guitar) (track 18)
Paul Stanley (KISS frontman) (track 1)
lead vocals [Harmony]:
Brad Delp (track 7)
lyricist:
Rod Argent (track 11)
Russ Ballard (track 6)
Donald Roeser (track 13)
Steve Earle (US folk/rock singer/songwriter) (track 10)
Barry Hay (track 14)
Floyd Jones (blues performer and songwriter) (track 15)
Mick Jones (Foreigner/Spooky Tooth, worked in France) (track 3)
Phil Lynott (track 17)
Gary Moore (Thin Lizzy, blues guitar) (track 18)
Neil Peart (track 12)
Gary Richrath (track 16)
Tom Scholz (track 7)
Alan Wilson (Canned Heat member) (track 15)
mixer:
Joe Hardy (American producer, engineer and musician, notably associated with ZZ Top among others) (track 10)
Mark K. Smith (Canadian engineer) (track 5)
Terry Brown (Producer) (track 12)
Ron Nevison (1987-06 – 1987-07) (track 1)
producer:
Randy Bachman (Canadian guitarist, singer & songwriter) (track 5)
Kevin Beamish (track 16)
John Boylan (track 7)
Terry Brown (Producer) (track 12)
Tony Brown (US producer, pianist and keyboardist) (track 10)
Peter Collins (producer) (track 18)
Roger Glover (track 6)
Bill Ham (track 2)
Ron Nevison (track 1)
Rush (Canadian rock trio) (track 12)
Bill Szymczyk (track 4)
Thin Lizzy (track 17)
Tony Visconti (track 17)
Kevin Cronin (track 16)
Steve Earle (US folk/rock singer/songwriter) (track 10)
Mick Jones (Foreigner/Spooky Tooth, worked in France) (track 3)
Gary Richrath (track 16)
Tom Scholz (track 7)
Joe Walsh (former Eagle) (track 4)
recording engineer:
Joe Hardy (American producer, engineer and musician, notably associated with ZZ Top among others) (track 10)
Paul Northfield (track 12)
Mark K. Smith (Canadian engineer) (track 5)
solo guitar:
Randy Bachman (Canadian guitarist, singer & songwriter) (track 5)
solo saxophone:
Junior Walker (track 3)
vocals:
Geddy Lee (1979-09 – 1979-10) (track 12)
Joe Lynn Turner (US rock vocalist) (1980-11) (track 6)
writer:
Robbie Bachman (track 5)
Frank Beard (ZZ Top drummer) (track 2)
Billy Gibbons (track 2)
Rocke Grace (track 4)
Dusty Hill (track 2)
Will Jennings (track 8)
Simon Kirke (track 9)
Paul Kossoff (track 9)
Adam Mitchell (Scottish-Canadian songwriter) (track 1)
Kenny Passarelli (Bass, piano) (track 4)
Paul Rodgers (track 9)
Paul Stanley (KISS frontman) (track 1)
Joe Vitale (track 4)
Joe Walsh (former Eagle) (track 4)
Steve Winwood (track 8)
Tetsu Yamauchi (track 9)
phonographic copyright by:
Liberty Records (1968) (track 15)
The Island Def Jam Music Group (use “Island” or “Def Jam Recordings” labels rather than this record company) (1974) (track 5)
UMG Recordings, Inc. (Universal Music Group's legal name in the US) (1974) (track 5)
Phonogram, Inc. (1975) (track 5)
PolyGram Records, Inc. (not for release label use! US division of PolyGram) (1975) (track 5)
Sony Music Entertainment Inc. (not for release label use! company owned by Sony Corporation of America from 1991–2004; operated worldwide except in JP) (1976) (tracks 7, 13)
Mercury Records Limited (not for release label use!) (1977) (track 17)
Sony Music Entertainment Inc. (not for release label use! company owned by Sony Corporation of America from 1991–2004; operated worldwide except in JP) (1980) (track 16)
Atlantic Recording Corporation (not for release label use! copyrights holder, distributor within the US) (1981) (track 3)
10 Records Ltd. (company and copyright holder for 10 Records) (1985) (track 18)
PolyGram Records, Inc. (not for release label use! US division of PolyGram) (1987) (track 1)
Atlantic Recording Corporation (not for release label use! copyrights holder, distributor within the US) (2002) (track 3)
Rhino Entertainment Company (not for release label use!) (2009) (track 3)
publisher:
Bocu Music Ltd. (track 11)
Eventide Music (track 5)
Island Music Ltd. (track 6)
Marquis Music Ltd. (track 11)
Marquis Songs USA (track 11)
New Dayglow Music (track 14)
Parker Music (track 11)
Ranbach Music (track 5)
Slam Dunk Music (work publisher) (track 16)
Snamyook Music (publisher associated with George Kooymans) (track 14)
Songs of Mosaic (track 2)
Sony Songs Inc. (track 5)
Sony/ATV Tunes LLC (track 13)
Universal Music Publishing Ltd. (UK subsidiary of Universal Music Publishing Group) (track 7)
Warner Chappell Music Ltd. (no slash; used 1988–1996) (track 7)
大洋音楽 (tracks 1, 16)
Fuji Pacific Music inc. (– 2014-12-31) (track 3)
Fujipacific Music, Inc. (2015-01-01 –) (track 3)
mixed at:
Westlake Audio (former name of Westlake Recording Studios) in Los Angeles, California, United States (track 7)
Trident Studios (London, UK) in Soho, Westminster, London, England, United Kingdom (1979-11) (track 12)
Can-Am Recorders in Tarzana, Los Angeles, California, United States (1987-06 – 1987-07) (track 1)
produced at:
recorded at:
Capitol Studios (Hollywood, CA) in Hollywood, Los Angeles, California, United States (1976) (track 7)
The Record Plant (aka “Record Plant” Los Angeles) in Hollywood, Los Angeles, California, United States (1976) (track 7)
Le Studio in Morin‐Heights, Quebec, Canada (1979-09 – 1979-10) (track 12)
Sweet Silence Studio (1980-11) (track 6)
earliest release:
has remixes:
mash-ups:
sampled by:
Come Again by The Kleptones (track 7)
part of:
Huffington Post: 100 Best Canadian Songs Ever (number: 88) (order: 88) (track 12)
The Rolling Stone Magazine’s 500 Greatest Songs of All Time (as at 2016-06-10) (number: 397) (order: 395) (track 13)
The Rolling Stone Magazine’s 500 Greatest Songs of All Time (as at 2016-06-10) (number: 500) (order: 498) (track 7)
cover recording of:
She’s Not There (track 11)
I Surrender (1980-11) (track 6)
later parody versions:
Markku Aro (track 6)
Virgin (track 3)
later translated versions:
Ensi kertaa (track 6)
She’s Not There (Japanese version) (track 11)
Wie houdt me tegen (track 7)
recording of:
Copperhead Road (track 10)
Crazy Crazy Nights (track 1)
Higher Love (track 8)
Legs (track 2)
On the Road Again (track 15)
Out in the Fields (track 18)
Radar Love (track 14)
Take It on the Run (track 16)
Urgent (track 3)
Wishing Well (Free song) (track 9)
Rocky Mountain Way (1972 – 1973) (track 4)
The Spirit of Radio (1979-09 – 1979-10) (track 12)
referred to in medleys:
Bel’s Boys Medley (order: 2) (track 11)

CD 2

electric bass guitar:
Leon Wilkeson (track 16)
drums (drum set):
Bob Burns (Lynyrd Skynyrd drummer) (track 16)
Myron Grombacher (track 4)
Steve Missal (track 7)
Mark T. Williams (track 9)
Jeffrey Porcaro (1978-08) (track 5)
drums (drum set) and percussion:
Steve Smith (American drummer) (track 13)
bass guitar:
Phil Feit (track 7)
John Pierce (US session bassist) (track 9)
Fernando Saunders (track 4)
David Hungate (1978-08) (track 5)
Ross Valory (track 13)
tambourine:
Mark T. Williams (track 9)
guitar:
Neil Giraldo (track 4)
Steve Lukather (track 9)
Steve Stevens (track 7)
Billy Idol (track 7)
Neal Schon (track 13)
electric guitar:
Allen Collins (track 16)
Steve Lukather (1978-08) (track 5)
Ed King (US guitarist, bassist & songwriter) (track 16)
Gary Rossington (track 16)
percussion:
Bo Castro (track 4)
Lenny Castro (1978-08) (track 5)
keyboard:
Guy Roche (track 9)
Alan Pasqua (track 9)
Billy Powell (track 16)
Steve Porcaro (1978-08) (track 5)
David Paich (1978-08) (track 5)
keyboard and piano:
Jonathan Cain (track 13)
piano:
David Paich (1978-08) (track 5)
additional guitar:
Gene Black (track 9)
Glenn Sciurba (track 9)
additional engineer:
Guy Roche (track 9)
arranger:
Steve Stevens (track 7)
Billy Idol (track 7)
assistant engineer:
Ken Allardyce (track 9)
Steve Bates (track 7)
Wally Buck (track 13)
Mario Luccy (track 9)
Clif Norrell (track 4)
Craig Porteils (track 9)
Duane Seykora (track 9)
assistant mixer:
Tim Leitner (track 4)
background vocals:
Michael Anthony (US bassist, formerly of Van Halen) (track 9)
Robin Beck (track 9)
Desmond Child (track 9)
Merry Clayton (track 16)
Jimmy Demers (track 9)
Clydie King (track 16)
Jean McClain (track 9)
Ross Valory (track 13)
Maria Vidal (American singer-songwriter) (track 9)
Bobby Kimball (1978-08) (track 5)
Steve Lukather (1978-08) (track 5)
David Paich (1978-08) (track 5)
Jonathan Cain (track 13)
Neal Schon (track 13)
composer:
Mars Bonfire (track 1)
Billy Idol (track 7)
Tom Johnston (guitarist and vocalist with "The Doobie Brothers") (track 15)
Jeff Lynne (track 10)
Bill Nelson (English experimental musician) (track 12)
David Paich (track 5)
Rick Springfield (track 8)
Jim Steinman (tracks 2, 18–19)
Kerryn Tolhurst (Australian musician) (track 4)
Diane Warren (US songwriter) (track 9)
Jan Akkerman (track 11)
Thijs van Leer (track 11)
engineer:
Paul Lini (track 4)
Brian Reeves (track 7)
Kevin Elson (track 13)
Al Kooper (track 16)
Tom Knox (track 5)
lead vocals:
Pat Benatar (track 4)
Cher (track 9)
Bobby Kimball (1978-08) (track 5)
Billy Idol (track 7)
Steve Perry (former lead singer of Journey) (track 13)
Ronnie Van Zant (track 16)
lyricist:
Mars Bonfire (track 1)
Billy Idol (track 7)
Tom Johnston (guitarist and vocalist with "The Doobie Brothers") (track 15)
Jeff Lynne (track 10)
Bill Nelson (English experimental musician) (track 12)
David Paich (track 5)
Dean Pitchford (track 2)
Rick Springfield (track 8)
Jim Steinman (tracks 18–19)
Kerryn Tolhurst (Australian musician) (track 4)
Diane Warren (US songwriter) (track 9)
miscellaneous support:
Ronnie Van Zant (tracks 16, 16)
mixer:
Frank Wolf (engineer at Skyline Recording) (track 9)
Tom Knox (track 5)
Chris Lord‐Alge (track 4)
producer:
Kevin Elson (track 13)
Keith Forsey (tracks 4, 7)
Neil Giraldo (track 4)
Al Kooper (track 16)
John Leckie (track 12)
Gabriel Mekler (track 1)
Guy Roche (track 9)
Mike Stone (producer 60’s–80’s) (track 13)
Toto (US rock group) (track 5)
Bill Nelson (English experimental musician) (track 12)
Diane Warren (US songwriter) (track 9)
recording engineer:
Frank Wolf (engineer at Skyline Recording) (track 9)
writer:
Diane Warren (US songwriter) (track 6)
Jonathan Cain (track 13)
Steve George (US keyboardist for Mr. Mister & Pages) (track 17)
Albert Hammond (track 6)
Ed King (US guitarist, bassist & songwriter) (track 16)
John Lang (US songwriter for Mr. Mister & Pages) (track 17)
Richard Page (singer-songwriter; former lead singer & bassist of Mr. Mister) (track 17)
Steve Perry (former lead singer of Journey) (track 13)
Jim Peterik (track 3)
Gary Rossington (track 16)
Neal Schon (track 13)
Frankie Sullivan (US guitarist and songwriter, member of Survivor) (track 3)
David Tyson (Canadian producer/songwriter) (track 14)
Ronnie Van Zant (track 16)
Christopher Ward (track 14)
phonographic copyright by:
Warner Bros. Records Inc. (not for release label use, company behind the “WB Records” imprint) (1973) (track 15)
UMG Recordings, Inc. (Universal Music Group's legal name in the US) (1974) (track 16)
CBS, Inc. (US broadcasting company; file no releases here!) (1978) (track 5)
Sony Music Entertainment (not for release label use! company owned by Sony Corporation of America since Oct 1, 2008; operates worldwide except in JP) (1978) (track 5)
CBS Records Inc. (for rights/distribution/manufacture use only; international subsidiary of CBS, Inc.) (1981) (track 13)
Columbia Records (not for release label use! company owned by Sony Music Entertainment, only use for manufacturing/distribution and copyright holding) (1981) (track 13)
Sony Music Entertainment (not for release label use! company owned by Sony Corporation of America since Oct 1, 2008; operates worldwide except in JP) (1981) (track 13)
Chrysalis Records, Inc. (not for release label use!) (1982) (track 7)
The David Geffen Company (legal rights relating to Geffen Records) (1989) (track 9)
Telstar Records Plc (1996 –) (track 1)
Chrysalis Records, Inc. (not for release label use!) (2002) (track 7)
publisher:
Ali‐Aja Music (track 17)
Boneidol Music (track 7)
Chrysalis Music Ltd. (music publisher) (tracks 4, 7)
EMI Music Publishing Germany GmbH (2008-today) (track 12)
EMI Songs Ltd. (track 10)
Easy Action Music (track 3)
Ensign Music Corp. (track 2)
Henrees Music co. (track 12)
Hustler Inc. (track 16)
Leeds Music Corp. (track 16)
MCA Music Publishing (renamed since c. 1996 as Universal Music Publishing Group) (track 18)
Panola Park Music (track 17)
Sony/ATV Melody (tracks 2–3)
Spirit Two Music (track 5)
WB Music Corp. (1929-2019) (tracks 3, 17)
Yamaha Music Entertainment Holdings, Inc. (holding company - do not use as release label) (track 17)
ヤマハミュージックエンタテインメントホールディングス (holding company - do not use as release label) (track 13)
フジパシフィック音楽出版 (– 2014-12-31) (track 13)
Yamaha Music Publishing (– 2017-03-31) (track 3)
Realsongs (1989 –) (track 9)
Lost Boys Music (1993 –) (track 18)
MCA Music (not for release label use! this is a music publisher, ASCAP-affiliated) (1993 – ????) (track 18)
フジパシフィックミュージック (2015-01-01 –) (track 13)
Yamaha Music Entertainment Holdings, Inc. (holding company - do not use as release label) (2017-04-01 –) (track 3)
mixed at:
Westlake Audio (former name of Westlake Recording Studios) in Los Angeles, California, United States (track 7)
Fantasy Studios (Berkeley) in Berkeley, California, United States (track 13)
recorded at:
Westlake Audio (former name of Westlake Recording Studios) in Los Angeles, California, United States (track 7)
Studio 55 in Los Angeles, California, United States (1978-08) (track 5)
Fantasy Studios (Berkeley) in Berkeley, California, United States (1981-04 – 1981-06) (track 13)
mash-ups:
Dirtbag Baby by E-603 (track 6)
Sweet Home California (2Pac feat. Dr. Dre vs Lynyrd Skynyrd) by FAROFF & Burst'n (track 16)
music videos:
sampled by:
Home Sweet Home by Rev Run (track 16)
part of:
The Rolling Stone Magazine’s 500 Greatest Songs of All Time (as at 2016-06-10) (number: 129) (order: 128) (track 1)
The Rolling Stone Magazine’s 500 Greatest Songs of All Time (as at 2016-06-10) (number: 398) (order: 396) (track 16)
arrangements:
Born to Be Wild (for percussion, Lang) (track 1)
cover recording of:
All Fired Up (track 4)
is based on:
Stark Raving Love (track 2)
is the basis for:
All Summer Long (track 16)
Sold Out Alabama (track 16)
敢愛敢做 (track 6)
later parody versions:
Act Selfless (track 14)
Born-Again Child (track 1)
Jesse's Boy (track 8)
Obadiah (track 5)
Sweet Grind Alabama (track 16)
Sweet Oholibamah (track 16)
Vista Drivers (track 3)
later translated parody versions:
Miña terra galega (track 16)
later translated versions:
O Benim Dünyam (Turkish version) (track 2)
Oog van de tijger (track 3)
Rocksterren (track 14)
Rock’n Roll Dreams come through (Japanese version) (track 18)
Vleugellam (track 17)
later versions:
Born to Be Wild (German version) (track 1)
recording of:
Black Velvet (track 14)
Born to Be Wild (track 1)
Broken Wings (track 17)
Don’t Stop Believin’ (Journey song) (track 13)
Eye of the Tiger (track 3)
Hocus Pocus (track 11)
Holding Out for a Hero (Footloose) (track 2)
Hot in the City (track 7)
Jessie’s Girl (track 8)
Shine a Little Love (track 10)
Sweet Home Alabama (track 16)
Ships in the Night (1975-10) (track 12)
Hold the Line (1978-08) (track 5)
referred to in medleys:
4 Chords (Unicante 2013 version) (track 13)
Rocky (order: 2) (track 3)
Sean Connery’s Greatest Hits (order: 4) (track 7)