Tracklist

CD 1
# Title Artist Rating Length
1 Paranoid Black Sabbath 4.6 2:49
2 Poison Alice Cooper 4.55 4:31
3 Boys Are Back in Town Thin Lizzy 4.5 4:27
4 Cum on Feel the Noise Quiet Riot 4.6 4:49
5 We'll Bring the House Down Slade 3:33
6 Just a Gigolo (I Ain't Got Nobody) David Lee Roth 4:42
7 Silver Machine Hawkwind 5 4:39
8 Spirit of Radio Rush 4.7 4:59
9 Cat Scratch Fever Ted Nugent 3 3:40
10 And the Band Played On Saxon 2:50
11 One to Sing the Blues Motörhead 3:09
12 Owner of a Lonely Heart Yes 4.15 4:29
13 Hold the Line Toto 4.15 3:58
14 (Don't Fear) The Reaper Blue Öyster Cult 4.45 5:09
15 Black Night Deep Purple 5 5:59
16 Please Don't Touch Headgirl 4 2:49
17 All Night Long Rainbow 4 3:49
18 Bat Out of Hell Meat Loaf 5 4:53
CD 2
# Title Artist Rating Length
1 Ace of Spades Motörhead 4.15 2:47
2 Love Removal Machine The Cult 4:19
3 Breaking the Law Judas Priest 4 2:36
4 Down Down Status Quo 3:41
5 Fool for Your Loving Whitesnake 4:16
6 Doctor Doctor UFO 4:46
7 My Brother Jake Free 2:56
8 Surrender Cheap Trick 3.7 4:15
9 She's a Little Angel Little Angels 3:13
10 Hold Your Head Up Argent 3:46
11 Cherry Pie Warrant 3:12
12 White Room Cream 4.7 4:59
13 18 and Life Skid Row 4.25 3:52
14 Carrie Europe 4 4:32
15 Don't Stop Believin' Journey 4.25 4:11
16 When I See You Smile Bad English 4:20
17 More Than a Feeling Boston 4 4:47
18 Epic Faith No More 4.4 4:52

Credits

CD 1

recorded in:
Oslo, Norway (1987-08-22) (track 15)
Verona, Verona, Veneto, Italy (1987-09-06) (track 15)
acoustic guitar and bass guitar:
Phil Lynott (track 3)
electric bass guitar:
Roger Glover (track 15)
Rudy Sarzo (track 4)
Hammond organ:
Jon Lord (track 15)
drums (drum set):
Frankie Banali (track 4)
Bobby Chouinard (track 2)
Brian Downey (Thin Lizzy drummer) (track 3)
Simon King (drummer) (track 7)
Ian Paice (track 15)
Cozy Powell (track 17)
Bill Ward (track 1)
Max Weinberg (track 18)
Jeffrey Porcaro (1978-08) (track 13)
Denise Dufort (1980-12) (track 16)
Alan White (Yes drummer) (1983) (track 12)
bass guitar:
Roger Glover (track 17)
Ian Fraser Kilmister (“Lemmy” from Motörhead) (track 7)
Geezer Butler (track 1)
Hugh McDonald (bassist) (track 2)
Kasim Sulton (track 18)
David Hungate (1978-08) (track 13)
Enid Williams (1980-12) (track 16)
Lemmy Kilmister (“Lemmy” from Motörhead) (1980-12) (track 16)
Chris Squire (Yes bassist) (1983) (track 12)
synthesizer:
Dik Mik Davies (track 7)
Del Dettmar (track 7)
Roger Powell (US musician, programmer, and columnist, band "Utopia") (track 18)
synthesizer programming:
Steve Deutsch (track 2)
flute:
Nik Turner (track 7)
guitar:
Ritchie Blackmore (track 17)
Sylvia MacManus (UK guitarist/synthesizer singer/songwriter, member of Hawkwind) (track 7)
Scott Gorham (track 3)
John McCurry (track 2)
Brian Robertson (Thin Lizzy & Motörhead) (track 3)
Todd Rundgren (track 18)
Trevor Rabin (1983) (track 12)
guitar [Lead Guitar]:
Eddie Clarke (Motorhead guitarist) (1980-12) (track 16)
Kelly Johnson (1980-12) (track 16)
guitar [Motorcycle guitar]:
Todd Rundgren (track 18)
guitar [Rhythm Guitar]:
Kim McAuliffe (1980-12) (track 16)
electric guitar:
Ritchie Blackmore (track 15)
Carlos Cavazo (track 4)
Steve Lukather (1978-08) (track 13)
electric guitar [Lead Guitar]:
Tony Iommi (track 1)
percussion:
Jim Steinman (track 18)
Bill Ward (1970) (track 1)
Lenny Castro (1978-08) (track 13)
keyboard:
Don Airey (track 17)
Roy Bittan (track 18)
Jon Lord (track 15)
Pat Regan (engineer) (track 4)
Todd Rundgren (track 18)
Alan St. John (track 2)
Jim Steinman (track 18)
Steve Porcaro (1978-08) (track 13)
David Paich (1978-08) (track 13)
Tony Kaye (1983) (track 12)
saxophone:
Nik Turner (track 7)
piano:
Roy Bittan (track 18)
David Paich (1978-08) (track 13)
additional other instruments [special effects]:
Gregg Mangiafico (track 2)
additional keyboard:
Paul Chiten (track 2)
Gregg Mangiafico (track 2)
additional background vocals:
Rory Dodd (track 18)
Ellen Foley (track 18)
assistant engineer:
George Cowan (track 2)
Ben Fowler (track 2)
Lolly Grodner (track 2)
Robert Hart (engineer) (track 2)
John Herman (engineer) (track 2)
Don Peterkofsky (track 2)
Duane Seykora (track 2)
Brian Sterber (track 2)
Mark Tanzer (track 2)
background vocals:
Desmond Child (track 2)
Michael Anthony (US bassist, formerly of Van Halen) (track 2)
Stiv Bator (track 2)
Diana Grasselli (track 2)
Jango (backing vocalist on “Trash” by Alice Cooper) (track 2)
Hugh McDonald (bassist) (track 2)
Louie Merlino (track 2)
Todd Rundgren (track 18)
Jamie Sever (track 2)
Bernie Shanahan (track 2)
Alan St. John (track 2)
Kasim Sulton (track 18)
Tom Teeley (track 2)
Joe Turano (track 2)
Myriam Valle (track 2)
Maria Vidal (American singer-songwriter) (track 2)
Bobby Kimball (1978-08) (track 13)
Steve Lukather (1978-08) (track 13)
David Paich (1978-08) (track 13)
composer:
Sylvia MacManus (UK guitarist/synthesizer singer/songwriter, member of Hawkwind) (track 7)
Frederick Heath (track 16)
Tony Iommi (track 1)
Geddy Lee (track 8)
Alex Lifeson (track 8)
Ozzy Osbourne (track 1)
Guy Robinson (UK songwriter) (track 16)
Bill Ward (track 1)
Spencer Williams (US jazz composer, pianist & singer) (track 6)
Geezer Butler (track 1)
Donald Roeser (track 14)
Noddy Holder (track 5)
Jim Lea (track 5)
Phil Lynott (track 3)
Ted Nugent (track 9)
David Paich (track 13)
Jim Steinman (track 18)
engineer:
Andy Abrams (track 14)
Tony Allom (track 1)
Duane Baron (track 4)
Gary Edwards (producer, engineer) (track 17)
Tim Geelan (track 9)
Brian Humphries (track 1)
Gary Langan (track 12)
Casey McMackin (track 11)
Wayne Tarnowski (track 9)
Shelly Yakus (track 14)
Tom Knox (track 13)
lead vocals:
Alice Cooper (the musician Vincent Damon Furnier) (track 2)
Ian Fraser Kilmister (“Lemmy” from Motörhead) (track 7)
Ozzy Osbourne (track 1)
Kevin DuBrow (track 4)
Phil Lynott (track 3)
Meat Loaf (track 18)
Bobby Kimball (1978-08) (track 13)
Kelly Johnson (1980-12) (track 16)
Lemmy Kilmister (“Lemmy” from Motörhead) (1980-12) (track 16)
Jon Anderson (Yes/Jon & Vangelis) (1983) (track 12)
lyricist:
Geezer Butler (track 1)
Robert Calvert (track 7)
Donald Roeser (track 14)
Roger Graham (track 6)
Noddy Holder (track 5)
Jim Lea (track 5)
Phil Lynott (track 3)
Ted Nugent (track 9)
David Paich (track 13)
Neil Peart (track 8)
Jim Steinman (track 18)
mixer:
Terry Brown (Producer) (track 8)
Peter Solley (track 11)
Michael Barbiero (track 2)
Tom Knox (track 13)
Steve Thompson (producer) (track 2)
producer:
John Alcock (producer) (track 3)
Rodger Bain (track 1)
Terry Brown (Producer) (track 8)
Desmond Child (track 2)
Cliff Davies (British drummer, songwriter and producer.) (track 9)
Lew Futterman (track 9)
Roger Glover (track 17)
Trevor Horn (track 12)
Murray Krugman (track 14)
David Lucas (track 14)
Vic Maile (track 16)
Sandy Pearlman (track 14)
Spencer Proffer (track 4)
Rush (Canadian rock trio) (track 8)
Peter Solley (track 11)
Toto (US rock group) (track 13)
Tom Werman (track 9)
recording engineer:
Paul Northfield (track 8)
Sir Arthur Payson (track 2)
vocals:
Sylvia MacManus (UK guitarist/synthesizer singer/songwriter, member of Hawkwind) (track 7)
Ian Gillan (track 15)
Geddy Lee (track 8)
Graham Bonnet (British rock vocalist) (track 17)
Robert Calvert (track 7)
Nik Turner (track 7)
writer:
Jon Anderson (Yes/Jon & Vangelis) (track 12)
Ritchie Blackmore (tracks 15, 15, 17)
Biff Byford (track 10)
Phil Campbell (Welsh metal guitarist for Motörhead & Persian Risk) (track 11)
Desmond Child (track 2)
Alice Cooper (the musician Vincent Damon Furnier) (track 2)
Steve Dawson (UK bassist for Saxon) (track 10)
Pete Gill (track 10)
Ian Gillan (tracks 15, 15)
Roger Glover (tracks 15, 15, 17)
Trevor Horn (track 12)
Ian Fraser Kilmister (“Lemmy” from Motörhead) (track 11)
Jon Lord (tracks 15, 15)
John McCurry (track 2)
Graham Oliver (Blues Rock, Hard Rock, UK) (track 10)
Ian Paice (tracks 15, 15)
Paul Quinn (Saxon guitarist) (track 10)
Trevor Rabin (track 12)
Chris Squire (Yes bassist) (track 12)
Phil Taylor (former Motörhead drummer) (track 11)
Michael Burston (Motörhead guitarist) (track 11)
Noddy Holder (track 4)
Jim Lea (track 4)
phonographic copyright by:
Gimcastle Ltd. (track 1)
Mercury Records Limited (not for release label use!) (1976) (track 3)
Sony BMG Music Entertainment (Aug 5, 2004 - Oct 1, 2008; do not use if a specific sub-label is available) (1976) (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) (1976) (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) (1977) (tracks 9, 18)
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)
UMG Recordings, Inc. (Universal Music Group's legal name in the US) (1979) (track 17)
Universal Records Inc. (not for release label use! a division of UMG Recordings, Inc.) (1979) (track 17)
CBS, Inc. (US broadcasting company; file no releases here!) (1983) (track 4)
CBS Records Inc. (for rights/distribution/manufacture use only; international subsidiary of CBS, Inc.) (1989) (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) (1989) (track 2)
produced for:
Pasha (track 4)
publisher:
Affirmative Music (track 12)
Blackmore Music (track 17)
Carlin Music Corporation (tracks 12, 14, 18)
Desmobile Inc. (track 2)
EMI Music Publishing (do not use as a release label!) (tracks 15, 15)
EMI Music Publishing France (tracks 15, 15)
EMI Songs Ltd. (track 2)
HEC Music (tracks 15, 15)
Henrees Music co. (tracks 15, 15)
IQ Music Ltd. (track 9)
MCA Music Ltd. (track 2)
Magicland Music (track 9)
PolyGram International Publishing, Inc. (temporary comment for merge; renamed Universal PolyGram International Publishing, Inc. circa 1998) (track 3)
Sony/ATV Tunes LLC (track 14)
Spirit Two Music (track 13)
Universal (plain logo: “Universal”) (track 2)
Universal PolyGram International Publishing, Inc. (existed only since ca. 1998) (track 2)
WATANABE MUSIC PUBLISHING CO., LTD. (Japanese publisher, 1962–present) (track 4)
Warner Chappell Music Ltd. (no slash; used 1988–1996) (track 11)
Warner‐Tamerlane Publishing Corp. (publisher; do NOT use as release label) (track 2)
Ezra Music Corp. (1989 –) (track 2)
Kat and Mouse Music (1989 –) (track 2)
SBK April Music Inc. (1989 – ????) (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) (2017-04-01 –) (track 12)
mixed at:
Trident Studios (London, UK) in Soho, Westminster, London, England, United Kingdom (1979-11) (track 8)
recorded at:
Island Studios (London) in London, England, United Kingdom (track 1)
The Record Plant (aka “Record Plant” Los Angeles) in Hollywood, Los Angeles, California, United States (track 2)
The Village Recorder (alternate branding of The Village Recorder in West LA since 1990s) in Los Angeles, California, United States (track 2)
Regent Sound Studios in London, England, United Kingdom (1970-06-16 – 1970-06-21) (track 1)
Roundhouse in Camden Town, Camden, London, England, United Kingdom (1972-02-13) (track 7)
Studio 55 in Los Angeles, California, United States (1978-08) (track 13)
Le Studio in Morin‐Heights, Quebec, Canada (1979-09 – 1979-10) (track 8)
SARM Studios in London, England, United Kingdom (1983) (track 12)
Valle Hovin in Oslo, Norway (1987-08-22) (track 15)
Arena di Verona in Verona, Verona, Veneto, Italy (1987-09-06) (track 15)
mash-ups:
sampled by:
Paranoid by The Clay People (track 1)
Steady Shock by Girl Talk (track 14)
part of:
TV Cream: Real 100 Best Singles Ever (number: 27) (track 1)
The Rolling Stone Magazine’s 500 Greatest Songs of All Time (as at 2016-06-10) (number: 250) (track 1)
cover recording of:
Please Don't Touch (1980-12) (track 16)
is the basis for:
Acedecé (track 1)
later parody versions:
Catch That Fever! (track 9)
Homeless Firecult (track 1)
Hullun jenkka (track 1)
Obadiah (track 13)
Pair‐a‐Buns (track 1)
Pharaoh-noid (track 1)
later translated parody versions:
Humpalle vaan (track 4)
later translated versions:
Ei koskettaa saa (track 16)
Gemmas wieda an (track 3)
Nena no me toques (track 16)
カモン (track 4)
later versions:
Diô N'arap (track 1)
Paranoid (3rd Strike version) (track 1)
live recording of:
Silver Machine (1972-02-13) (track 7)
Black Night (1987-08-22) (track 15)
Black Night (1987-09-06) (track 15)
recording of:
All Night Long (track 17)
Bat Out of Hell (track 18)
Cat Scratch Fever (track 9)
Paranoid (track 1)
Poison (track 2)
(Don’t Fear) The Reaper (1976-03) (track 14)
Hold the Line (1978-08) (track 13)
Owner of a Lonely Heart (1983) (track 12)
The One to Sing the Blues (1990) (track 11)
referred to in medleys:
Hooked on Polkas (track 12)

CD 2

acoustic guitar:
Tom Scholz (track 17)
electric bass guitar:
Ian Hill (UK bassist for Judas Priest) (1980-01 – 1980-02) (track 3)
drums (drum set):
Rob Affuso (track 13)
Mike Bordin (American drummer) (track 18)
Sib Hashian (track 17)
Dave Holland (British rock drummer) (1980-01 – 1980-02) (track 3)
drums (drum set) [drums]:
Ian Haugland (track 14)
drums (drum set) and percussion:
Steve Smith (American drummer) (track 15)
Ginger Baker (1967-07 – 1968-06) (track 12)
bass guitar:
Rachel Bolan (track 13)
Billy Gould (track 18)
Ross Valory (track 15)
bass guitar [bass]:
John Levén (track 14)
viola:
Felix Pappalardi (1967-07 – 1968-06) (track 12)
guitar:
Jim Martin (ex-Faith No More guitarist) (track 18)
John Norum (track 14)
Neal Schon (track 15)
Scotti Hill (track 13)
Eric Clapton (1967-07 – 1968-06) (track 12)
guitar [lead guitar]:
Tom Scholz (track 17)
guitar [rhythm guitar]:
Tom Scholz (track 17)
bass:
Tom Scholz (track 17)
Jack Bruce (1967-07 – 1968-06) (track 12)
timpani:
Ginger Baker (1967-07 – 1968-06) (track 12)
electric guitar:
Kenneth Downing (1980-01 – 1980-02) (track 3)
Glenn Tipton (1980-01 – 1980-02) (track 3)
percussion:
Sib Hashian (track 17)
keyboard:
Roddy Bottum (track 18)
Mic Michaeli (track 14)
keyboard and piano:
Jonathan Cain (track 15)
additional engineer:
Dave Kent (track 13)
arranger:
Brad Delp (track 17)
Tom Scholz (track 17)
assistant engineer:
Bruce Hensal (track 17)
Deni King (engineer) (track 17)
Doug Rider (track 17)
assistant mixer:
Steve Hodge (track 17)
background vocals:
Rachel Bolan (track 13)
Jonathan Cain (track 15)
Neal Schon (track 15)
Scotti Hill (track 13)
Ross Valory (track 15)
co-arranger:
Jim Masdea (track 17)
composer:
Joey Allen (glam metal guitarist) (track 11)
Mike Bordin (American drummer) (track 18)
Roddy Bottum (track 18)
Jerry Dixon (rock/metal bass guitarist) (track 11)
Billy Duffy (track 2)
Billy Gould (track 18)
Jim Martin (ex-Faith No More guitarist) (track 18)
Steven Sweet (drummer, member of Warrant) (track 11)
Erik Turner (track 11)
Jani Lane (track 11)
Rick Nielsen (track 8)
Tom Scholz (track 17)
Diane Warren (US songwriter) (track 16)
engineer:
Michael Wagener (track 13)
Matt Wallace (US producer & engineer) (track 18)
Louis Austin (engineering) (track 3)
Warren Dewey (track 17)
Gary Ladinsky (engineer) (track 8)
Tom Scholz (track 17)
Adrian Barber (track 12)
Tom Dowd (track 12)
lead vocals:
Steve Perry (former lead singer of Journey) (track 15)
Joey Tempest (track 14)
Sebastian Bach (Canadian metal singer) (track 13)
Brad Delp (track 17)
Mike Patton (Faith No More, Mr. Bungle, Fantômas, etc.) (track 18)
Rob Halford (1980-01 – 1980-02) (track 3)
lead vocals [Harmony]:
Brad Delp (track 17)
lyricist:
Ian Astbury (vocalist for The Cult) (track 2)
Jani Lane (track 11)
Rick Nielsen (track 8)
Mike Patton (Faith No More, Mr. Bungle, Fantômas, etc.) (track 18)
Tom Scholz (track 17)
Diane Warren (US songwriter) (track 16)
mixer:
Kevin Elson (track 14)
Michael Wagener (track 13)
Matt Wallace (US producer & engineer) (track 18)
Wally Buck (track 14)
producer:
Tom Allom (track 3)
John Boylan (track 17)
Kevin Elson (tracks 14–15)
Faith No More (track 18)
Vic Maile (track 1)
Felix Pappalardi (track 12)
Mike Stone (producer 60’s–80’s) (track 15)
Michael Wagener (track 13)
Matt Wallace (US producer & engineer) (track 18)
Tom Werman (track 8)
Tom Scholz (track 17)
recording engineer:
Kevin Elson (track 14)
Adrian Barber (track 12)
Wally Buck (track 14)
Tom Dowd (track 12)
vocals:
Jack Bruce (1967-07 – 1968-06) (track 12)
writer:
Rod Argent (track 10)
Rachel Bolan (track 13)
Pete Brown (UK poet & producer, with Cream and Jack Bruce) (track 12)
Jack Bruce (track 12)
Jonathan Cain (track 15)
Petros Christo (track 3)
Eddie Clarke (Motorhead guitarist) (track 1)
David Coverdale (track 5)
Bruce Dickinson (Founding member of Little Angels) (track 9)
Jimmy Dickinson (track 9)
Kenneth Downing (track 3)
Michael Ehré (track 3)
Andy Fraser (English bassist, member of Free) (track 7)
Gus G. (track 3)
Rob Halford (track 3)
Dave Hopper (track 9)
Toby Jepson (track 9)
Bob Katsionis (track 3)
Ian Fraser Kilmister (“Lemmy” from Motörhead) (track 1)
Bernie Marsden (track 5)
Mic Michaeli (track 14)
Phil Mogg (track 6)
Micky Moody (track 5)
Steve Perry (former lead singer of Journey) (track 15)
Mark Plunkett (track 9)
Paul Rodgers (track 7)
Michael Schenker (track 6)
Neal Schon (track 15)
Phil Taylor (former Motörhead drummer) (track 1)
Joey Tempest (track 14)
Glenn Tipton (track 3)
Chris White (UK bassist for The Zombies) (track 10)
phonographic copyright by:
Universal International Music B.V. (company, do not use as label) (1968) (track 12)
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 17)
CBS Records (manufacturer/distributor) (1980) (track 3)
CBS Records Inc. (for rights/distribution/manufacture use only; international subsidiary of CBS, Inc.) (1981) (track 15)
Columbia Records (not for release label use! company owned by Sony Music Entertainment, only use for manufacturing/distribution and copyright holding) (1981) (track 15)
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 15)
CBS, Inc. (US broadcasting company; file no releases here!) (1986) (track 14)
produced for:
publisher:
Adult Music (track 8)
Big Thrilling Music (Music publishing company) (track 18)
Dixonyou Music (track 11)
Dratleaf Music Ltd. (track 12)
EMI-Virgin Songs (track 11)
Erik Turner Music (track 11)
Great Lips Music (track 11)
Laney Jane Music (track 11)
Motor Music Ltd (Motörhead publisher) (track 1)
Rich McBitch Music (track 11)
Screen Gems–EMI Music, Inc. (USA, affiliated with BMI) (track 8)
Universal Music Publishing Ltd. (UK subsidiary of Universal Music Publishing Group) (track 17)
Vomit God Music (Mike Patton's music publishing company) (track 18)
WATANABE MUSIC PUBLISHING CO., LTD. (Japanese publisher, 1962–present) (track 5)
WB Music Corp. (ASCAP) (track 5)
Warner Chappell Music Ltd. (no slash; used 1988–1996) (tracks 5, 17)
Warner/Chappell Music Ltd. (1996–2019) (track 12)
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)
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) (2017-04-01 –) (track 12)
mixed at:
Fantasy Studios (Berkeley) in Berkeley, California, United States (track 14)
Westlake Audio (former name of Westlake Recording Studios) in Los Angeles, California, United States (track 17)
recorded at:
Fantasy Studios (Berkeley) in Berkeley, California, United States (track 14)
IBC Studios in London, England, United Kingdom (1967-07 – 1967-08) (track 12)
Atlantic Studios (1841 Broadway, New York, 1957–1991) in Midtown Manhattan, New York, New York, United States (1967-09 – 1967-10) (track 12)
Atlantic Studios (1841 Broadway, New York, 1957–1991) in Midtown Manhattan, New York, New York, United States (1968-02 – 1968-06) (track 12)
Capitol Studios (Hollywood, CA) in Hollywood, Los Angeles, California, United States (1976) (track 17)
The Record Plant (aka “Record Plant” Los Angeles) in Hollywood, Los Angeles, California, United States (1976) (track 17)
Startling Studios (Tittenhurst Park) in Ascot, Windsor and Maidenhead, England, United Kingdom (1980-01 – 1980-02) (track 3)
earliest release:
More Than a Feeling by Boston (track 17)
has remixes:
Ace of Spaces (CCN remix) (single edit) by Motörhead (track 1)
mash-ups:
Epic Sanctuary by G3RSt (track 18)
Going Out of My Room by G3RSt (track 12)
Injection (pt. 1) by JV5 (track 18)
Injection (pt. 2) by JV5 (track 18)
What Is It by Neil Cicierega (track 18)
music videos:
Breaking the Law (music video) by Judas Priest (track 3)
sampled by:
Come Again by The Kleptones (track 17)
part of:
TV Cream: Real 100 Best Singles Ever (number: 41) (track 1)
The Rolling Stone Magazine’s 500 Greatest Songs of All Time (as at 2016-06-10) (number: 368) (track 12)
Indie 88: Top 500 Indie Rock Songs (number: 483) (track 18)
The Rolling Stone Magazine’s 500 Greatest Songs of All Time (as at 2016-06-10) (number: 500) (track 17)
later parody versions:
AIDS in Space (track 1)
Breaking the Law (parody by Кирилл Немоляев) (track 3)
Breaking the Law (parody by A.O.K.) (track 3)
More Than a Healing (track 17)
Trenky dolů (track 3)
later translated parody versions:
Humppalaki (track 3)
Sorvarihumppa (track 1)
Tore machen (track 3)
later translated versions:
Brich das Gesetz (track 3)
Chameleon (track 3)
De schoppen aas (track 1)
L'ass de picch (track 1)
Vill Ha Allt (track 18)
Ás de espadas (track 1)
recording of:
18 and Life (track 13)
Carrie (Europe song) (track 14)
Cherry Pie (track 11)
Doctor Doctor (track 6)
Don’t Stop Believin’ (Journey song) (track 15)
Epic (track 18)
Hold Your Head Up (track 10)
More Than a Feeling (track 17)
My Brother Jake (track 7)
Surrender (track 8)
White Room (1967-07 – 1968-06) (track 12)
Breaking the Law (1980-01 – 1980-02) (track 3)
Ace of Spades (1980-08-04 – 1980-09-15) (track 1)
referred to in medleys:
4 Chords (Unicante 2013 version) (track 15)
Polka Your Eyes Out (track 11)