Tracklist

CD 1
# Title Artist Rating Length
1 We Are the Champions Queen 4.15 2:59
2 Bobby Brown Frank Zappa 2:45
3 If You Leave Me Now Chicago 4.4 3:54
4 Young Americans David Bowie 4.5 3:12
5 Baker Street Gerry Rafferty 4 4:06
6 December 1963 (Oh What a Night) Frankie Valli & The Four Seasons 4 3:32
7 Love Grows (Where My Rosemary Goes) Edison Lighthouse 3.65 2:51
8 Matrimony Gilbert O’Sullivan 3:11
9 Hooked on a Feeling Blue Swede 4.15 2:51
10 Moviestar Harpo 5 3:21
11 Livin’ Thing Electric Light Orchestra 4 3:30
12 What a Fool Believes The Doobie Brothers 3:39
13 Georgy Porgy Toto 3.5 4:07
14 Rich Girl Hall & Oates 2:23
15 Year of the Cat Al Stewart 5 4:31
16 A Horse With No Name America 4.15 4:03
17 American Pie (Part 1) Don McLean 5 4:12
18 Everybody’s Talking Harry Nilsson 4.15 2:41
19 All by Myself Eric Carmen 5 4:50
20 Feelings Morris Albert 3:38
21 Ready to Take a Chance Again Barry Manilow 2:56
CD 2
# Title Artist Rating Length
1 Living Next Door to Alice Smokie 4.65 3:26
2 A Little Bit More Dr. Hook 2:52
3 Paloma Blanca George Baker Selection 3:26
4 Tie a Yellow Ribbon Round the Old Oak Tree Tony Orlando & Dawn 3:19
5 Chirpy Chirpy Cheep Cheep Middle of the Road 5 2:56
6 Sister Jane New World 3:36
7 Save Me Brian Chapman 3:26
8 Let Your Love Flow The Bellamy Brothers 3:12
9 Rhinestone Cowboy Glen Campbell 4 3:13
10 The Most Beautiful Girl Charlie Rich 4.5 2:40
11 Here You Come Again Dolly Parton 5 2:56
12 I’d Love You to Want Me Lobo 4:00
13 I’d Really Love to See You Tonight England Dan & John Ford Coley 5 2:37
14 Thunder in My Heart Leo Sayer 5 3:34
15 Rock Me Gently Andy Kim 3:28
16 I Can Help Billy Swan 5 2:56
17 Seasons in the Sun Terry Jacks 2.5 3:25
18 Gonna Fly Now Bill Conti 2:46
19 Six Ribbons Jon English 3:12
20 Soleado Daniel Sentacruz Ensemble 4:11
21 Ti Amo Umberto Tozzi 4:03
CD 3
# Title Artist Rating Length
1 Varning På Stan Magnus Uggla 4:41
2 Fox on the Run The Sweet 4.75 3:21
3 2 4 6 8 Motorway Tom Robinson Band 4 3:17
4 My Sharona The Knack 4.65 3:59
5 Let’s Stick Together Bryan Ferry 2 2:59
6 Walk on the Wild Side Lou Reed 4.15 4:11
7 Heart of Glass Blondie 4 4:31
8 Airport The Motors 4:22
9 Kiss You All Over Exile 5 3:30
10 More Than a Feeling Boston 5 3:21
11 Blinded by the Light Manfred Mann’s Earth Band 5 3:47
12 Couldn’t Get It Right Climax Blues Band 3:14
13 Because the Night Patti Smith 4.9 3:19
14 If You Can’t Give Me Love Suzi Quatro 3:51
15 Live and Let Die Wings 3:10
16 Suicide Is Painless (Theme From MASH) Smalltown Singers 4:16
17 Walking in the Rain Flash and the Pan 3:27
18 Hvad Gör Vi Nu Lille Du Gasolin' 3:34
19 Dinga Linga Lena Pugh Rogefeldt 3:07
20 Härligt Härligt Men Farligt Farligt Björn Skifs 3:21
21 Efter Plugget Factory 4:04

Credits

CD 1

acoustic guitar:
Dewey Bunnell (1971) (track 16)
Don McLean (1971-05-26) (track 17)
drums (drum set):
Jeffrey Porcaro (track 13)
Gerry Polci (track 6)
Roger Taylor (Queen drummer) (track 1)
Kim Haworth (1971) (track 16)
bass guitar:
John Deacon (track 1)
David Hungate (track 13)
Dan Peek (1971) (track 16)
strings arranger:
Marty Paich (track 13)
Lee Shapiro (track 6)
Sid Sharp (track 13)
membranophone:
Roy Markowitz (1971-05-26) (track 17)
Henry Spinetti (1977) (track 5)
guitar:
Steve Lukather (track 13)
Brian May (Queen guitarist) (track 1)
John Paiva (track 6)
guitar [lead guitar]:
Hugh Burns (1977) (track 5)
guitar [rhythm guitar]:
Nigel Jenkins (1977) (track 5)
bass:
Don Ciccone (track 6)
Bob Rothstein (1971-05-26) (track 17)
Gary Taylor (rock bassist) (1977) (track 5)
banjo:
Don McLean (1971-05-26) (track 17)
electric piano:
Ray Colcord (1971-05-26) (track 17)
vibraphone:
Mike Mainieri (1971-05-26) (track 17)
electric guitar:
Brian May (Queen guitarist) (track 1)
David Spinozza (1971-05-26) (track 17)
brass [horns] arranger:
Lee Shapiro (track 6)
percussion:
Lenny Castro (track 13)
Jeffrey Porcaro (track 13)
Ray Cooper (percussionist) (1971) (track 16)
Roy Markowitz (1971-05-26) (track 17)
Glen LeFleur (1977) (track 5)
keyboard:
Steve Porcaro (track 13)
Bob Gaudio (track 6)
David Paich (track 13)
Lee Shapiro (track 6)
Tommy Eyre (1977) (track 5)
saxophone:
Raphael Ravenscroft (1977) (track 5)
piano:
Bob Gaudio (track 6)
Freddie Mercury (track 1)
David Paich (track 13)
Paul Griffin (American pianist, session musician) (1971-05-26) (track 17)
marimba:
Mike Mainieri (1971-05-26) (track 17)
12 string guitar:
Gerry Beckley (1971) (track 16)
additional producer:
America (US folk/soft rock band) (track 16)
Jeff Dexter (track 16)
assistant producer:
Mike Stone (producer 60’s–80’s) (track 1)
background vocals:
Cheryl Lynn (track 13)
Brian May (Queen guitarist) (track 1)
Freddie Mercury (track 1)
Roger Taylor (Queen drummer) (track 1)
choir vocals:
West 44th Street Rhythm and Noise Choir (1971-05-26) (track 17)
choir vocals arranger:
Jeff Lynne (track 11)
Louis Clark (track 11)
Richard Tandy (track 11)
co-producer:
Mike Stone (producer 60’s–80’s) (track 1)
composer:
Charles Fox (film/TV composer, also Latin pianist) (track 21)
Louis Gasté (track 20)
Sergei Rachmaninov (track 19)
David Bowie (track 4)
Dewey Bunnell (track 16)
Eric Carmen (track 19)
Bob Gaudio (track 6)
Harpo (Swedish pop singer) (track 10)
Mark James (Francis Rodney Zambon, composer of "Suspicious Minds") (track 9)
Jeff Lynne (track 11)
Don McLean (track 17)
Freddie Mercury (track 1)
Fred Neil (track 18)
David Paich (track 13)
Gerry Rafferty (track 5)
Frank Zappa (US musician, composer, activist & filmmaker) (track 2)
Peter Cetera (1976) (track 3)
Daryl Hall (1976) (track 14)
engineer:
Mike Stone (producer 60’s–80’s) (track 1)
Robin Black (engineer) (track 16)
Tom Flye (track 17)
Mack (track 11)
Dick Plant (engineer) (track 11)
John Richards (engineer) (track 11)
Duane Scott (track 11)
Ken Scott (UK record producer & engineer) (track 16)
Tom Knox (track 13)
lead vocals:
Peter Cetera (track 3)
Steve Lukather (track 13)
Freddie Mercury (track 1)
Dewey Bunnell (1971) (track 16)
Gerry Rafferty (1977) (track 5)
lyricist:
Morris Albert (track 20)
David Bowie (track 4)
Dewey Bunnell (track 16)
Eric Carmen (track 19)
Peter Cetera (track 3)
Bob Gaudio (track 6)
Norman Gimbel (track 21)
Harpo (Swedish pop singer) (track 10)
Mark James (Francis Rodney Zambon, composer of "Suspicious Minds") (track 9)
Jeff Lynne (track 11)
Don McLean (track 17)
Freddie Mercury (track 1)
Fred Neil (track 18)
David Paich (track 13)
Judy Parker (track 6)
Gerry Rafferty (track 5)
Frank Zappa (US musician, composer, activist & filmmaker) (track 2)
Daryl Hall (1976) (track 14)
mixer:
Tony Visconti (track 4)
Val Garay (track 6)
Tom Knox (track 13)
orchestrator:
Jeff Lynne (track 11)
Louis Clark (track 11)
Richard Tandy (track 11)
producer:
America (US folk/soft rock band) (track 16)
Jeff Dexter (track 16)
Tony Macaulay (track 7)
George Martin (track 16)
Bengt Palmers (track 9)
Queen (UK rock group) (track 1)
Ian Samwell (track 16)
Toto (US rock group) (track 13)
Tony Visconti (track 4)
Bob Gaudio (track 6)
Jeff Lynne (track 11)
recording engineer:
Steve Maslow (track 6)
remixer:
George Martin (track 16)
vocals:
Don Ciccone (track 6)
Bob Gaudio (track 6)
John Paiva (track 6)
Gerry Polci (track 6)
Frankie Valli (American singer and actor, best known as the frontman of The Four Seasons) (track 6)
Don McLean (1971-05-26) (track 17)
Bob Rothstein (1971-05-26) (track 17)
writer:
Ken Loggins (track 12)
Tony Macaulay (track 7)
Barry Mason (English songwriter) (track 7)
Mike McDonald (R&B & soul singer) (track 12)
Al Stewart (UK folk singer/songwriter) (track 15)
Peter Wood (UK keyboardist/pianist) (track 15)
phonographic copyright by:
Bell (50s-70s US/UK pop, later became Arista) (1970) (track 7)
Warner Bros. Records Inc. (not for release label use, company behind the “WB Records” imprint) (1972) (track 16)
EMI Records Group (1973) (track 9)
Arista Records, LLC (1975) (track 19)
CBS, Inc. (US broadcasting company; file no releases here!) (1976) (track 3)
Sony Music Entertainment (not for release label use! company owned by Sony Corporation of America since Oct 1, 2008; operates worldwide except in JP) (1976) (track 11)
United Artists Music and Records Group, Inc. (UAMARG, Inc.) (1976) (track 11)
Elektra Records (not for release label use! please use its imprint "Elektra" instead) (1977) (track 1)
Hollywood Records, Inc. (1977) (track 1)
Queen Productions Ltd. (company and copyright holder, do not use as an imprint or release label) (1977) (track 1)
CBS, Inc. (US broadcasting company; file no releases here!) (1978) (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) (1978) (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) (2005) (track 11)
Queen Productions Ltd. (company and copyright holder, do not use as an imprint or release label) (2011) (track 1)
Rhino Entertainment Company (not for release label use!) (2011) (track 16)
publisher:
Benny Bird Co. Inc. (track 17)
Bucks Music Ltd (track 20)
Dick James Music Ltd. (renamed Universal/Dick James Music Ltd. since 1999‐07‐30) (track 15)
EMI Songs (track 6)
EMI Songs Ltd. (track 11)
Icon Music Ltd. (track 5)
Island Music Ltd. (track 3)
MCA Music (not for release label use! this is a music publisher, ASCAP-affiliated) (track 17)
MCA Publishing Ltd. (track 17)
Pepper Music Inc. (track 15)
Queen Music Ltd. (track 1)
Round Hill Works (track 19)
Seasons Music Co. (track 6)
Universal (plain logo: “Universal”) (track 17)
Universal Music Publishing Ltd. (Hong Kong/China subsidiary of Universal Music Publishing Group) (track 17)
Universal Records (1996–2005 American pop label – “RECORDS” must be a part of the logo!) (track 17)
Yamaha Music Entertainment Holdings, Inc. (holding company - do not use as release label) (track 19)
Milk Money Music (1978) (track 12)
Snug Music (1978) (track 12)
edited at:
mixed at:
recorded at:
Morgan Studios (Morgan Sound Studios) in Willesden, Brent, London, England, United Kingdom (1971) (track 16)
earliest release:
has remixes:
Everybody’s Talkin’ (studio remix) by Nilsson (track 18)
Georgy Porgy (remix) by Toto (track 13)
sampled by:
Don't Go by DJ Kaos (track 3)
Soft by Lemon Jelly (track 3)
part of:
arrangements:
Da solo no (translated) (track 19)
cover recording of:
has revision:
is based on:
is the basis for:
later parody versions:
Baker Dick (track 5)
Beggar's Feet (track 5)
Boy With Horse Teeth (written for Howard Stern show performance) (track 16)
Feelings (parody version) (track 20)
Grinch Girl (track 14)
Parable Guy (track 17)
The Saga Begins (Parody) (track 17)
later translated parody versions:
later translated versions:
Bertl Braun (track 2)
Jan Banan (track 2)
Je vous aime ainsi (track 19)
Katu (track 5)
Om du lämnar mej (track 3)
Om du skulle gå (track 3)
Perdóname (track 19)
See päev on teel (track 19)
Somos campeones (track 1)
Tunteet (track 20)
フィーリング (track 20)
フィーリング (Rei Nakanishi's translation of Feelings) (track 20)
烙印 (track 20)
later versions:
Ces soirées-là (track 6)
Cette année-là (track 6)
Dis-lui (Feelings) (track 20)
Feu de paille (track 17)
Rich Girl (track 14)
part of:
We Will Rock You (Queen musical) (track 1)
We Will Rock You (German version of the Queen musical) (track 1)
recording of:
All by Myself (track 19)
Bobby Brown (track 2)
Feelings (track 20)
Georgy Porgy (track 13)
Matrimony (track 8)
Movie Star (track 10)
Rich Girl (Hall & Oates song) (track 14)
Year of the Cat (track 15)
Young Americans (track 4)
A Horse With No Name (1971) (track 16)
American Pie (1971-05-26) (track 17)
If You Leave Me Now (1976) (track 3)
Livin’ Thing (1976-07) (track 11)
Baker Street (1977) (track 5)
referred to in medleys:
More Stars (12″ mix) (12″ mix, duration: ~11:56 on vinyl, ~11:38 on cd) (track 16)
Swastikas on Parade (track 16)
version of:
Pour toi (track 20)

CD 2

drums (drum set):
Dennis St. John (1975-10) (track 8)
bass guitar:
Emory Gordy (1975-10) (track 8)
synthesizer:
Alan Lindgren (1975-10) (track 8)
guitar:
Richard Bennett (American guitarist) (1975-10) (track 8)
Doug Rhone (1975-10) (track 8)
David Bellamy (Bellamy Brothers) (1975-10) (track 8)
Howard Bellamy (Bellamy Brothers) (1975-10) (track 8)
percussion:
King Errison (1975-10) (track 8)
background vocals:
composer:
Jacques Brel (track 17)
Mike Chapman (Australian producer and songwriter) (track 1)
Bill Conti (track 18)
Ciro Dammicco (track 20)
Barry Mann (track 11)
Tom Snow (US keyboardist/songwriter) (track 14)
Lally Stott (track 5)
Giancarlo Bigazzi (track 21)
Hans Bouwens (track 3)
Bobby Gosh (pianist, songwriter, and producer) (track 2)
Andy Kim (track 15)
Lobo (American singer-songwriter Roland Kent LaVoie) (track 12)
Parker McGee (track 13)
Billy Swan (track 16)
Umberto Tozzi (track 21)
Larry Weiss (track 9)
Lawrence Eugene Williams (songwriter, "Let Your Love Flow") (1975) (track 8)
engineer:
Lou Bradley (American producer, engineer, also songwriter) (track 10)
lead vocals:
Charlie Rich (track 10)
David Bellamy (Bellamy Brothers) (1975-10) (track 8)
Howard Bellamy (Bellamy Brothers) (1975-10) (track 8)
lyricist:
Giancarlo Bigazzi (track 21)
Hans Bouwens (track 3)
Nicky Chinn (track 1)
Carol Connors (track 18)
Bobby Gosh (pianist, songwriter, and producer) (track 2)
Andy Kim (track 15)
Lobo (American singer-songwriter Roland Kent LaVoie) (track 12)
Parker McGee (track 13)
Ayn Robbins (track 18)
Leo Sayer (track 14)
Billy Swan (track 16)
Umberto Tozzi (track 21)
Cynthia Weil (track 11)
Larry Weiss (track 9)
Rod McKuen (track 17)
Lally Stott (1971) (track 5)
Lawrence Eugene Williams (songwriter, "Let Your Love Flow") (1975) (track 8)
producer:
Ron Haffkine (track 2)
Waylon Jennings (track 2)
Phil Gernhard (1975-10) (track 8)
Tony Scotti (1975-10) (track 8)
translator:
Rod McKuen (track 17)
vocals:
Dolly Parton (track 11)
Charlie Rich (track 10)
writer:
Rory Bourke (track 10)
Lawrence Russell Brown (lyricist) (track 4)
Jon English (Australian singer, songwriter, musician and actor) (track 19)
Irwin Levine (track 4)
Billy Sherrill (US songwriter/producer/arranger) (track 10)
phonographic copyright by:
Sony Music Entertainment Inc. (not for release label use! company owned by Sony Corporation of America from 1991–2004; operated worldwide except in JP) (1973) (track 10)
Nashville Records (country label, used to be under Starday Records in Nashville, TN, today under Capitol Records, Inc.) (1975) (track 9)
Sony Music Entertainment (not for release label use! company owned by Sony Corporation of America since Oct 1, 2008; operates worldwide except in JP) (1977) (track 11)
publisher:
Bygosh Music Corp. (track 2)
Clearbox Rights LLC (track 13)
Dyad Music Ltd. (track 11)
EMI U Catalog Inc. (publisher; do NOT use as release label) (track 18)
Faizilu Publishing (track 13)
Screen Gems–EMI Music, Inc. (USA, affiliated with BMI) (track 11)
Summerhill Songs (track 11)
Sutjujo Music (track 13)
Warner Chappell Music Ltd. (no slash; used 1988–1996) (track 5)
Warner/Chappell Music, Hong Kong Limited (華納音樂版權香港有限公司) (track 2)
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 18)
EMI Music Holland B.V. (now EMI Music Netherlands BV. not an imprint, don't use as release label) (1975) (track 3)
engineered at:
has remixes:
karaoke versions:
sampled by:
arrangements:
cover recording of:
A Little Bit More (track 2)
Chirpy Chirpy Cheep Cheep (Lally Stott / Middle of the Road) (track 5)
Rhinestone Cowboy (track 9)
is the basis for:
Trade Mark (track 18)
Футбол (track 17)
春夢良宵 (track 12)
later parody versions:
Ö La Palöma (track 3)
later translated versions:
Accroche un ruban (track 4)
Elke keer (track 11)
Paloma Blanca (Finnish) (track 3)
Paloma Blanca (German) (track 3)
Te amo (Umberto Tozzi) (track 21)
Ti Amo (English version by Laura Branigan) (track 21)
Ti amo '98 (track 21)
願妳接受 (track 8)
later versions:
Chirpy Chirpy Cheep Cheep (Poco Loco version) (track 5)
Je te hais (track 21)
recording of:
Gonna Fly Now (track 18)
Here You Come Again (track 11)
Paloma Blanca (track 3)
Rock Me Gently (track 15)
Seasons in the Sun (track 17)
Six Ribbons (track 19)
Soleado (track 20)
Thunder in My Heart (track 14)
Ti amo (track 21)
I Can Help (1974) (track 16)
Let Your Love Flow (1975-10) (track 8)
referred to in medleys:
Rocky (track 18)
translated version of:
Le Moribond (track 17)
version of:
Hey Mister (track 10)

CD 3

acoustic guitar:
Tom Scholz (1975-10 – 1976-04) (track 10)
violin:
Eddie Jobson (track 5)
electric bass guitar:
Herbie Flowers (1972-08) (track 6)
drums (drum set):
Paul Thompson (Roxy Music drummer) (track 5)
Sib Hashian (1975-10 – 1976-04) (track 10)
Dolphin Taylor (1977-09-14) (track 3)
trumpet:
Martin Drover (track 5)
strings arranger:
Mick Ronson (British guitarist) (track 6)
membranophone:
John Halsey (1972-08) (track 6)
Bruce Gary (1979-04) (track 4)
synthesizer:
Eddie Jobson (track 5)
soprano saxophone:
Mel Collins (track 5)
organ:
Mark Ambler (1977-09-14) (track 3)
guitar:
Chris Spedding (track 5)
Danny Kustow (1977-09-14) (track 3)
guitar [lead guitar]:
Berton Averre (1979-04) (track 4)
guitar [rhythm guitar]:
Doug Fieger (1979-04) (track 4)
harmonica:
Bryan Ferry (track 5)
bass:
John Wetton (track 5)
Tom Scholz (1975-10 – 1976-04) (track 10)
Tom Robinson (British singer-songwriter, bassist and radio presenter) (1977-09-14) (track 3)
Prescott Niles (1979-04) (track 4)
double bass:
Herbie Flowers (1972-08) (track 6)
electric guitar:
Tom Scholz (1975-10 – 1976-04) (track 10)
brass arranger:
Mick Ronson (British guitarist) (track 6)
percussion:
Morris Pert (track 5)
keyboard:
Bryan Ferry (track 5)
piano:
Mark Ambler (1977-09-14) (track 3)
baritone saxophone:
Ronnie Ross (1972-08) (track 6)
tenor saxophone:
Chris Mercer (British saxophonist) (track 5)
arranger:
David Bowie (track 6)
Mick Ronson (British guitarist) (track 6)
Lou Reed (track 6)
assistant engineer:
Nigel Walker (UK producer/engineer/guitarist) (track 5)
Jon Walls (track 5)
background vocals:
The Thunder Thighs (70s UK vocal group) (1972-08) (track 6)
choir vocals:
Vicki Brown (English pop, rock & contemporary classical singer) (track 5)
Doreen Chanter (track 5)
Helen Chappelle (track 5)
Jackie Sullivan (track 5)
Martha Walker (Vocalist) (track 5)
Paddie McHugh (track 5)
composer:
Johnny Mandel (American composer and arranger) (track 16)
Wilbert Harrison (track 5)
Lou Reed (track 6)
Tom Robinson (British singer-songwriter, bassist and radio presenter) (track 3)
Pugh Rogefeldt (track 19)
Tom Scholz (track 10)
Magnus Uggla (track 1)
Bruce Springsteen (1972-08 – 1972-09) (track 11)
Bruce Springsteen (1977) (track 13)
engineer:
Steve Nye (track 5)
John Punter (track 5)
lead vocals:
Lou Reed (1972-08) (track 6)
Doug Fieger (1979-04) (track 4)
lyricist:
Mike Altman (track 16)
Wilbert Harrison (track 5)
Lou Reed (track 6)
Tom Robinson (British singer-songwriter, bassist and radio presenter) (track 3)
Pugh Rogefeldt (track 19)
Tom Scholz (track 10)
Magnus Uggla (track 1)
Bruce Springsteen (1972-08 – 1972-09) (track 11)
Patti Smith (1977) (track 13)
Bruce Springsteen (1977) (track 13)
mixer:
Jimmy Iovine (track 13)
Shelly Yakus (track 13)
producer:
David Bowie (track 6)
Mike Chapman (Australian producer and songwriter) (track 7)
Jimmy Iovine (track 13)
Vic Maile (track 3)
Manfred Mann (the person) (track 11)
Mick Ronson (British guitarist) (track 6)
The Sweet (UK glam rock band) (track 2)
Chris Thomas (UK record producer / remixer) (track 5)
Bryan Ferry (track 5)
Lou Reed (track 6)
publisher:
Bruce Springsteen (track 13)
remixer:
Mike Chapman (Australian producer and songwriter) (track 7)
vocals:
Bryan Ferry (track 5)
Brad Delp (1975-10 – 1976-04) (track 10)
Tom Robinson (British singer-songwriter, bassist and radio presenter) (1977-09-14) (track 3)
writer:
Berton Averre (track 4)
Mike Chapman (Australian producer and songwriter) (tracks 9, 14)
Nicky Chinn (tracks 9, 14)
Brian Connolly (Scottish, member of Sweet) (track 2)
Colin Cooper (track 12)
John Cuffley (track 12)
Douglas Fieger (track 4)
Deborah Harry (track 7)
Pete Haycock (track 12)
Derek Holt (track 12)
Richard Jones (Climax Blues Band) (track 12)
Linda McCartney (track 15)
Paul McCartney (The Beatles) (track 15)
Andy McMaster (track 8)
Steve Priest (track 2)
Andy Scott (Member of Sweet) (track 2)
Chris Stein (track 7)
Mick Tucker (drummer for The Sweet) (track 2)
Harry Vanda (track 17)
George Young (Australian producer) (track 17)
phonographic copyright by:
Creature Music Ltd. (track 11)
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) (track 10)
EMI Records Ltd. (not for release label use! UK parent of EMI-owned labels until Sept 2012) (1977) (track 3)
Arista Records, Inc. (manufacturing and distribution company, do not add releases here) (1978 –) (track 13)
publisher:
BMG (the former Bertelsmann Music Group, defunct since 2004-08-05; for releases dated 2008 and later, use “BMG Rights Management”) (track 9)
BMG Monarch (track 7)
Chappell Music Ltd. (track 16)
Chrysalis Music (music publisher, ASCAP-affiliated) (track 7)
EMI Music Publishing Germany GmbH (2008-today) (track 12)
Laurel Canyon Music Ltd. (Mike Appel's publishing company) (track 11)
MPL Communications Ltd. (not for release label use! Paul McCartney-related, London-based company) (track 15)
Maxwood Music Ltd. (track 2)
Universal Music Publishing Ltd. (UK subsidiary of Universal Music Publishing Group) (track 10)
Warner Chappell Music Ltd. (no slash; used 1988–1996) (track 10)
Zomba Music (track 11)
mixed at:
recorded at:
AIR Studios (Lyndhurst Hall 1991–present) in Hampstead, Camden, London, England, United Kingdom (track 5)
Island Studios (London) in London, England, United Kingdom (track 5)
Trident Studios (London, UK) in Soho, Westminster, London, England, United Kingdom (1972-08) (track 6)
The Workhouse in London, England, United Kingdom (1976) (track 11)
edit of:
Kiss You All Over by Exile (track 9)
mash-ups:
remix of:
Heart of Glass by Blondie (track 7)
sampled by:
This One by Scanty Sandwich (track 4)
part of:
Indie 88: Top 500 Indie Rock Songs (number: 75) (track 6)
The Rolling Stone Magazine’s 500 Greatest Songs of All Time (as at 2016-06-10) (number: 221) (track 6)
arrangements:
Live and Let Die (for brass band, Farr) (track 15)
Stüverhoff (translated) (track 6)
cover recording of:
Suicide Is Painless (track 16)
Blinded by the Light (1976) (track 11)
later parody versions:
Babylona (track 4)
Chicken Pot Pie (track 15)
Comme des connards (track 4)
Didn't Just Die (track 15)
More Than a Healing (track 10)
My Bologna (track 4)
later translated parody versions:
Corazón de vaso (track 7)
Dedieu la foire (track 5)
Neigschbeit (track 6)
Rheinsehn (track 6)
later translated versions:
Alle mitnander (track 5)
Fox On The Run (Japanese version) (track 2)
Fuchs geh' voran (track 2)
Heart of Glass (Japanese version) (track 7)
Kovan pojan blues (track 5)
Schicksal (track 6)
Seisovaa ilmaa (track 6)
Tijdloos (track 16)
Wi-j doet 't samen (track 5)
愛到你發狂 (track 4)
recording of:
Airport (track 8)
Because the Night (track 13)
Dinga Linga Lena (track 19)
Fox on the Run (track 2)
Heart of Glass (track 7)
Kiss You All Over (track 9)
Live and Let Die (track 15)
Varning på stan (track 1)
Walking in the Rain (track 17)
Walk on the Wild Side (1972-08) (track 6)
More Than a Feeling (1975-10 – 1976-04) (track 10)
2‐4‐6‐8 Motorway (1977-09-14) (track 3)
My Sharona (1979-04) (track 4)
referred to in medleys:
Themes from 007 (A Medley for Orchestra, arr. Calvin Custer) (track 15)
version of:
Once I Had a Love (track 7)

Release Group

part of:Absolute (Sweden) (number: 70's) (order: 2)