Tracklist

CD 1
# Title Artist Rating Length
1 Black Night Deep Purple 4.4 3:27
2 Here I Go Again Whitesnake 3:53
3 Jailbreak Thin Lizzy 4:01
4 What You're Proposing Status Quo 4:13
5 Doctor Doctor UFO 2:45
6 Wheels of Steel Saxon 5:58
7 Modern Girl Meat Loaf 4:29
8 Gimme Some Lovin' Thunder 3:49
9 Hey You The Quireboys 3:18
10 Roll Away the Stone Mott the Hoople 3:07
11 Whole Lotta Love CCS 5 3:33
12 Comin' on Strong Broken English 3:51
13 Silver Machine Hawkwind 5 4:39
14 Once Bitten Twice Shy Ian Hunter 3:52
15 Showdown Electric Light Orchestra 4:09
16 Don't Play Your Rock 'n' Roll to Me Smokie 5 3:17
17 Angel Fingers Wizzard 4:32
18 Hell Raiser The Sweet 3:18
19 Crash Suzi Quatro 3:54
20 The Cat Crept In Mud 4:01
CD 2
# Title Artist Rating Length
1 Call Me Blondie 4.45 3:27
2 Going Underground The Jam 5 2:55
3 No More Heroes The Stranglers 2:56
4 Love Like Blood Killing Joke 4:24
5 No Rest New Model Army 3:51
6 Valley of the Dolls Generation X 3:35
7 Promises Buzzcocks 2:36
8 She's a Wind Up Dr. Feelgood 2:02
9 Mony Mony Billy Idol 3.5 5:02
10 Senses Working Overtime XTC 4:34
11 Kids in America Kim Wilde 4.35 3:27
12 Rush Hour Jane Wiedlin 4:05
13 Live Your Live Be Free Belinda Carlisle 4:22
14 Promised You a Miracle Simple Minds 3:58
15 Letter From America The Proclaimers 4:01
16 Incommunicado Marillion 5:14
17 Walk Like an Egyptian Bangles 4.15 3:25
18 Caught by the Fuzz Supergrass 2:17
19 Hey Dude Kula Shaker 4:10
20 Bohemian Like You The Dandy Warhols 4.55 3:29
CD 3
# Title Artist Rating Length
1 Metal Guru T. Rex 2:25
2 Because the Night Patti Smith Group 4.9 3:20
3 Nutbush City Limits Ike & Tina Turner 2:51
4 Dreaming Blondie 3.25 3:05
5 A Hard Rain's A-Gonna Fall Bryan Ferry 4:14
6 Motor Bikin' Chris Spedding 2:37
7 My Sharona The Knack 4:01
8 Down at the Doctor's Dr. Feelgood 3:12
9 Go Buddy Go The Stranglers 3:58
10 Virginia Plain Roxy Music 2:58
11 Make Me Smile (Come Up and See Me) Steve Harley & Cockney Rebel 5 3:55
12 I Hear You Knocking Dave Edmunds 2:47
13 Let's Work Together Canned Heat 2:47
14 Roll Over Beethoven Electric Light Orchestra 5 4:32
15 Don't Take No for an Answer Tom Robinson Band 4:35
16 Teacher Jethro Tull 4:00
17 Tonight The Move 3:18
18 Na Na Na Cozy Powell 3:27
19 Ships in the Night Be Bop Deluxe 5 4:01
20 Fireball Deep Purple 3:23

Credits

CD 1

electric bass guitar:
Roger Glover (1970-05) (track 1)
Hammond organ:
Jon Lord (1970-05) (track 1)
drums (drum set):
Gary 'Harry' James (drummer) (track 8)
Simon King (drummer) (track 13)
Ian Paice (1970-05) (track 1)
bass guitar:
Lemmy Kilmister (“Lemmy” from Motörhead) (track 13)
synthesizer:
Dik Mik Davies (track 13)
Del Dettmar (track 13)
flute:
Nik Turner (track 13)
organ:
Ben Matthews (UK guitarist/keyboards for Thunder) (track 8)
guitar:
Sylvia MacManus (UK guitarist/synthesizer singer/songwriter, member of Hawkwind) (track 13)
Ben Matthews (UK guitarist/keyboards for Thunder) (track 8)
Luke Morley (track 8)
electric guitar:
Ritchie Blackmore (1970-05) (track 1)
saxophone:
Nik Turner (track 13)
additional lyricist:
Willie Dixon (tracks 11, 11)
composer:
Sylvia MacManus (UK guitarist/synthesizer singer/songwriter, member of Hawkwind) (track 13)
Mike Chapman (Australian producer and songwriter) (tracks 16, 18, 20)
Nicky Chinn (track 20)
Jeff Lynne (track 15)
Roy Wood (track 17)
lead vocals:
Danny Bowes (track 8)
Lemmy Kilmister (“Lemmy” from Motörhead) (track 13)
lyricist:
Robert Calvert (track 13)
Mike Chapman (Australian producer and songwriter) (track 20)
Nicky Chinn (tracks 16, 18, 20)
Jeff Lynne (track 15)
Roy Wood (track 17)
mixer:
Mike Fraser (Canadian record producer, engineer and mixer) (track 8)
producer:
Andy Taylor (of Duran Duran) (track 8)
Mike Chapman (Australian producer and songwriter) (tracks 16, 20)
Nicky Chinn (tracks 16, 20)
recording engineer:
Mike Fraser (Canadian record producer, engineer and mixer) (track 8)
vocals:
Sylvia MacManus (UK guitarist/synthesizer singer/songwriter, member of Hawkwind) (track 13)
Robert Calvert (track 13)
Nik Turner (track 13)
Ian Gillan (1970-05) (track 1)
writer:
Ritchie Blackmore (track 1)
John Bonham (tracks 11, 11)
David Coverdale (track 2)
Spencer Davis (track 8)
Sarah Durkee (track 7)
Bernie Frost (track 4)
Ian Gillan (track 1)
Roger Glover (track 1)
Paul Jacobs (American composer) (track 7)
John Paul Jones (UK rock musician of Led Zeppelin & Them Crooked Vultures) (tracks 11, 11)
Jon Lord (track 1)
Bernie Marsden (track 2)
Phil Mogg (track 5)
Jimmy Page (tracks 11, 11)
Ian Paice (track 1)
Robert Plant (of Led Zeppelin) (tracks 11, 11)
Francis Rossi (track 4)
Michael Schenker (track 5)
Muff Winwood (track 8)
Steve Winwood (track 8)
publisher:
EMI Music Publishing (do not use as a release label!) (track 1)
EMI Songs Ltd. (track 15)
EMI U Catalog Inc. (publisher; do NOT use as release label) (track 15)
HEC Music (track 1)
Henrees Music co. (track 1)
Jet Music Inc. (track 15)
Superhype Music, Inc. (tracks 11, 11)
Superhype Publishing, Inc. (tracks 11, 11)
Universal/Island Music Ltd. (for music publishing use only, formerly Island Music Ltd.) (track 8)
WATANABE MUSIC PUBLISHING CO., LTD. (Japanese publisher, 1962–present) (track 2)
WB Music Corp. (ASCAP) (tracks 2, 11, 11)
Warner Chappell Music Ltd. (no slash; used 1988–1996) ( – ????) (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 15)
Island Music Ltd. (1966 – ????) (track 8)
recorded at:
Roundhouse in Camden Town, Camden, London, England, United Kingdom (1972-02-13) (track 13)
cover recording of:
Whole Lotta Love (track 11)
instrumental cover recording of:
Whole Lotta Love (track 11)
is based on:
You Need Love (tracks 11, 11)
later parody versions:
Whole Lotta Lunch (tracks 11, 11)
later translated parody versions:
Humppaa, saatanat! (track 8)
later translated versions:
Sollicitere (track 8)
決鬥 (track 8)
live recording of:
Silver Machine (1972-02-13) (track 13)
recording of:
Angel Fingers (track 17)
Doctor Doctor (track 5)
Hell Raiser (track 18)
Here I Go Again (track 2)
Modern Girl (track 7)
Showdown (track 15)
The Cat Crept In (track 20)
Black Night (1970-05) (track 1)

CD 2

drums (drum set):
Rick Buckler (track 2)
Clem Burke (track 1)
Chris North (UK drummer of The Enid) (1980 – 1981) (track 11)
drums (drum set) and percussion:
Ian Mosley (track 16)
bass guitar:
Nigel Harrison (track 1)
Martin Russell (recording engineer, producer, composer & musician) (1980 – 1981) (track 11)
guitar:
Frank Infante (track 1)
Chris Stein (track 1)
Paul Weller (track 2)
Francis Lickerish (1980 – 1981) (track 11)
James Stevenson (1980 – 1981) (track 11)
Steve Stewart (1980 – 1981) (track 11)
Ricky Wilde (1980 – 1981) (track 11)
bass:
Pete Trewavas (track 16)
Bruce Foxton (track 2)
keyboard:
Jimmy Destri (track 1)
Mark Kelly (Marillion keyboardist) (track 16)
Robert John Godfrey (member of The Enid) (1980 – 1981) (track 11)
Calvin Hayes (1980 – 1981) (track 11)
Ricky Wilde (1980 – 1981) (track 11)
guitar family:
Steve Rothery (track 16)
assistant mixer:
Avril Macintosh (track 16)
assistant recording engineer:
Richard Sullivan (track 16)
background vocals:
Chris Kimsey (track 16)
Ricky Wilde (1980 – 1981) (track 11)
composer:
Alonza Bevan (track 19)
Jay Darlington (track 19)
Mark Kelly (Marillion keyboardist) (track 16)
Ian Mosley (track 16)
Steve Rothery (track 16)
Pete Trewavas (track 16)
Paul Winter-Hart (track 19)
Derek William Dick (track 16)
Crispian Mills (track 19)
Rick Nowels (track 13)
Andy Partridge (track 10)
Ellen Shipley (track 13)
Paul Weller (track 2)
Liam Sternberg (– 1984-01) (track 17)
engineer:
Stephen Stewart (engineer, guitarist of The Enid) (track 11)
Steve Stewart (track 11)
guest organ:
Erik Gavriluk (track 20)
lead vocals:
Deborah Harry (track 1)
Fish (Derek William Dick, ex-Marillion frontman) (track 16)
Susanna Hoffs (track 17)
Billy Idol (track 9)
Vicki Peterson (track 17)
Michael Steele (American bassist, guitarist, songwriter, and singer) (track 17)
Kim Wilde (1980 – 1981) (track 11)
lyricist:
Derek William Dick (track 16)
Crispian Mills (track 19)
Rick Nowels (track 13)
Andy Partridge (track 10)
Ellen Shipley (track 13)
Paul Weller (track 2)
Liam Sternberg (– 1984-01) (track 17)
mixer:
Dave Sardy (track 20)
David Jacob (track 16)
David Leonard (US producer and engineer) (track 17)
producer:
David Kahne (track 17)
Giorgio Moroder (track 1)
Dave Sardy (track 20)
Ricky Wilde (track 11)
Chris Kimsey (track 16)
recording engineer:
Nick Davis (producer) (track 16)
vocals:
Bruce Foxton (track 2)
Paul Weller (track 2)
writer:
Jet Black (UK drummer Brian Duffy, member of The Stranglers) (track 3)
Bobby Bloom (tracks 9, 9)
Charlie Burchill (track 14)
Jaz Coleman (track 4)
Gaz Coombes (track 18)
Ritchie Cordell (tracks 9, 9)
Hugh Cornwell (track 3)
Steve Diggle (track 7)
Paul Ferguson (track 4)
Derek Forbes (track 14)
Bo Gentry (tracks 9, 9)
Danny Goffey (track 18)
Dave Greenfield (track 3)
Deborah Harry (track 1)
Robert Heaton (track 5)
Tommy James (tracks 9, 9)
Tony James (UK bassist/guitarist) (track 6)
Jim Kerr (of Simple Minds) (track 14)
Michael MacNeil (track 14)
Giorgio Moroder (track 1)
Stuart Morrow (track 5)
Mick Quinn (track 18)
Peter Rafelson (track 12)
Paul Raven (UK bassist) (track 4)
Charlie Reid (track 15)
Craig Reid (track 15)
Pete Shelley (Buzzcocks lead singer) (track 7)
Justin Sullivan (track 5)
Geordie Walker (track 4)
Jane Wiedlin (track 12)
Marty Wilde (track 11)
Ricky Wilde (track 11)
Billy Idol (track 6)
phonographic copyright by:
Cherry Red Records Ltd (Do not use as label, use only for copyright and distribution credits.) (track 11)
Chrysalis Records Ltd. (not for release label use! company behind the Chrysalis imprint) (track 1)
Polydor Ltd. (UK) (not for release label use! aka Polydor Ltd. or Polydor Ltd. (London), fka Polydor Records Ltd.) (1980) (track 2)
Sony Music Entertainment Inc. (not for release label use! company owned by Sony Corporation of America from 1991–2004; operated worldwide except in JP) (1985) (track 17)
Capitol Records (imprint of Capitol Records, Inc.) (1998) (track 1)
publisher:
BMG Monarch (track 1)
Chrysalis Music (music publisher, ASCAP-affiliated) (track 1)
Sony/ATV Melody (track 1)
Stylist Music Ltd. (track 2)
mixed at:
RAK in London, England, United Kingdom (track 11)
recorded at:
Westlake Audio (former name of Westlake Recording Studios) in Los Angeles, California, United States (1979) (track 1)
DJ-mixes:
has remixes:
karaoke versions:
mash-ups:
music videos:
Mony, Mony (live) by Billy Idol (track 9)
sampled by:
Victor by Syndicate (track 11)
part of:
TV Cream: Real 100 Best Singles Ever (number: 55) (track 11)
Indie 88: Top 500 Indie Rock Songs (number: 449) (track 20)
cover recording of:
Mony Mony (track 9)
is the basis for:
Horny as a Dandy (track 20)
later parody versions:
Alimony (tracks 9, 9)
Jonah Jonah (tracks 9, 9)
Kids in Tyne & Wear (track 11)
London Underground (track 2)
later translated parody versions:
Heil Humppa (track 11)
Humppaboheemi (track 20)
L'Égyptien (track 17)
later translated versions:
Jouni Jouni (tracks 9, 9)
Kaupungin lapset (track 11)
Llamame (Call Me) (track 1)
Soita mulle (track 1)
live cover recording of:
Mony Mony (track 9)
recording of:
Bohemian Like You (track 20)
Call Me (track 1)
Caught by the Fuzz (track 18)
Hey Dude (track 19)
Incommunicado (track 16)
Letter From America (track 15)
Love Like Blood (track 4)
No More Heroes (track 3)
No Rest (track 5)
Promises (track 7)
Rush Hour (track 12)
Kids in America (1980 – 1981) (track 11)
Going Underground (1980-01-16) (track 2)

CD 3

drums (drum set):
Clem Burke (track 4)
bass guitar:
Nigel Harrison (track 4)
guitar:
Frank Infante (track 4)
Chris Stein (track 4)
keyboard:
Jimmy Destri (track 4)
arranger:
Roxy Music (track 10)
background vocals:
Ellie Greenwich (track 4)
composer:
Ian Anderson (of Jethro Tull) (track 16)
Dave Bartholomew (track 12)
Chuck Berry (track 14)
Jet Black (UK drummer Brian Duffy, member of The Stranglers) (track 9)
Marc Bolan (track 1)
John Cameron (British composer, arranger and conductor) (track 18)
Hugh Cornwell (track 9)
Bryan Ferry (track 10)
Dave Greenfield (track 9)
Steve Harley (track 11)
Wilbert Harrison (track 13)
Pearl King (track 12)
Bill Nelson (English experimental musician) (track 19)
Tom Robinson (British singer-songwriter, bassist and radio presenter) (track 15)
Tina Turner (track 3)
Bob Dylan (1962-10) (tracks 5, 5)
Bruce Springsteen (1977) (track 2)
engineer:
Peter Coleman (British Engineer & Producer) (track 4)
David Tickle (track 4)
lead vocals:
Deborah Harry (track 4)
lyricist:
Ian Anderson (of Jethro Tull) (track 16)
Dave Bartholomew (track 12)
Chuck Berry (track 14)
Jet Black (UK drummer Brian Duffy, member of The Stranglers) (track 9)
Marc Bolan (track 1)
John Cameron (British composer, arranger and conductor) (track 18)
Hugh Cornwell (track 9)
Bryan Ferry (track 10)
Dave Greenfield (track 9)
Steve Harley (track 11)
Wilbert Harrison (track 13)
Pearl King (track 12)
Bill Nelson (English experimental musician) (track 19)
Tom Robinson (British singer-songwriter, bassist and radio presenter) (track 15)
Tina Turner (track 3)
Bob Dylan (1962-10) (tracks 5, 5)
Patti Smith (1977) (track 2)
Bruce Springsteen (1977) (track 2)
mixer:
Jimmy Iovine (track 2)
Shelly Yakus (track 2)
producer:
Mike Chapman (Australian producer and songwriter) (track 4)
Jimmy Iovine (track 2)
John Leckie (track 19)
Jeff Lynne (track 14)
John Porter (producer and musician US and UK) (track 5)
John Punter (track 5)
Roy Wood (track 14)
Bryan Ferry (track 5)
Bill Nelson (English experimental musician) (track 19)
publisher:
Bruce Springsteen (track 2)
writer:
Berton Averre (track 7)
Ritchie Blackmore (track 20)
Douglas Fieger (track 7)
Ian Gillan (track 20)
Roger Glover (track 20)
Deborah Harry (track 4)
Jon Lord (track 20)
Ian Paice (track 20)
Chris Stein (track 4)
phonographic copyright by:
Chrysalis Records (track 4)
EMI Records Ltd. (not for release label use! UK parent of EMI-owned labels until Sept 2012) (1972) (track 14)
Sony Music Entertainment (not for release label use! company owned by Sony Corporation of America since Oct 1, 2008; operates worldwide except in JP) (1972) (track 14)
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 14)
EMI Records Ltd. (not for release label use! UK parent of EMI-owned labels until Sept 2012) (1977) (track 9)
Arista Records, Inc. (manufacturing and distribution company, do not add releases here) (1978 –) (track 2)
Capitol Records (imprint of Capitol Records, Inc.) (2001) (track 4)
EMI Records Ltd. (not for release label use! UK parent of EMI-owned labels until Sept 2012) (2011) (track 14)
publisher:
Arc Music (U.S. rock & blues publisher) (track 14)
BMG Monarch (track 4)
Chrysalis Music (music publisher, ASCAP-affiliated) ( – ????) (track 4)
EMI Music Publishing Germany GmbH (2008-today) (track 19)
Henrees Music co. (track 19)
Huh-Music (track 3)
Jewel Music Publishing Co. Ltd. (publisher; do NOT use as release label) (track 14)
RAK Publishing Ltd. (track 11)
Westminster Music (track 1)
Warner/Chappell (1963 – 1991) (tracks 5, 5)
Special Rider Music (1991 –) (tracks 5, 5)
mixed at:
recorded at:
Mediasound Studios in New York, New York, United States (1979-05 – 1979-06) (track 4)
Power Station Studios in Manhattan, New York, New York, United States (1979-05 – 1979-06) (track 4)
sampled by:
Triple Double by Girl Talk (track 4)
part of:
TV Cream: Real 100 Best Singles Ever (number: 18) (track 11)
cover recording of:
I Hear You Knocking (track 12)
Roll Over Beethoven (1972-09) (track 14)
later parody versions:
Babylona (track 7)
Comme des connards (track 7)
My Bologna (track 7)
later translated parody versions:
Dedieu la foire (track 13)
later translated versions:
Alle mitnander (track 13)
I hea di klopfn (track 12)
Karambol (track 20)
Kovan pojan blues (track 13)
Llegará la tormenta (tracks 5, 5)
Repose Beethoven (French translation) (track 14)
Unfassbar vill rään (tracks 5, 5)
Wi-j doet 't samen (track 13)
愛到你發狂 (track 7)
later versions:
Correte Beethoven (track 14)
part of:
Million Dollar Quartet (jukebox musical, book by Floyd Mutrux and Colin Escott) (track 12)
recording of:
Because the Night (track 2)
Dreaming (track 4)
Fireball (track 20)
Go Buddy Go (track 9)
Metal Guru (track 1)
My Sharona (track 7)
Na Na Na (track 18)
Teacher (track 16)
Virginia Plain (track 10)
Ships in the Night (1975-10) (track 19)
referred to in medleys: