Tracklist

CD 1
# Title Artist Rating Length
1 Highway to Hell
AC/DC 4.25 3:30
2 Run to You
Bryan Adams 3:48
3 Summer of ’69
Bryan Adams 4.5 3:35
4 I Don’t Want to Miss a Thing
Aerosmith 4:54
5 Love in an Elevator
Aerosmith 3:41
6 Monster
Automatic 2 3:43
7 You Ain’t Seen Nothing Yet
Bachman–Turner Overdrive 4.5 3:30
8 Can’t Get Enough
Bad Company 3:28
9 (You Gotta) Fight for Your Right (To Party)
Beastie Boys 4 3:26
10 Hard to Handle
Black Crowes 4.35 3:09
11 Paranoid
Black Sabbath 4.4 2:48
12 Maria
Blondie 4.5 4:04
13 (Don’t Fear) The Reaper
Blue Öyster Cult 5 3:51
14 Livin’ on a Prayer
Bon Jovi 4 4:05
15 You Give Love a Bad Name
Bon Jovi 4.45 3:44
16 More Than a Feeling
Boston 5 3:22
17 Rebel Rebel
David Bowie 3.75 4:29
18 Poison
Alice Cooper 4.55 4:24
19 School’s Out
Alice Cooper 4.15 3:29
20 She Sells Sanctuary
Cult 4.5 4:16
CD 2
# Title Artist Rating Length
1 I Believe in a Thing Called Love
Darkness 4.4 3:38
2 Black Night
Deep Purple 4 3:26
3 Smoke on the Water
Deep Purple 5:21
4 Animal
Def Leppard 4.3 4:06
5 Layla
Derek & The Dominos 2:45
6 I Touch Myself
Divinyls 3:48
7 The Final Countdown
Europe 4.65 3:58
8 Bring Me to Life
Evanescence 4.4 3:57
9 Stay With Me
Faces 5 4:39
10 All Right Now
Free 4:13
11 Radar Love
Golden Earring 4:52
12 Paradise City
Guns ’N’ Roses 4.25 6:48
13 Sweet Child o’ Mine
Guns ’N’ Roses 4.6 5:57
14 Purple Haze
Jimi Hendrix Experience 2:44
15 Rebel Yell
Billy Idol 3:46
16 Run to the Hills
Iron Maiden 4.15 3:56
17 I Love Rock ’n’ Roll
Joan Jett & The Blackhearts 4.65 2:56
18 Don’t Stop Believin’
Journey 4.4 4:10
19 Living After Midnight
Judas Priest 4.35 3:29
CD 3
# Title Artist Rating Length
1 Crazy Crazy Nights
KISS 4.2 3:47
2 Are You Gonna Go My Way
Lenny Kravitz 4 3:34
3 Whole Lotta Love
Led Zeppelin 4.6 5:33
4 The Power of Love
Huey Lewis & The News 4 3:55
5 Free Bird
Lynyrd Skynyrd 4:21
6 Sweet Home Alabama
Lynyrd Skynyrd 4.65 4:44
7 Sweet Dreams (Are Made of This)
Marilyn Manson 4:41
8 Bat Out of Hell
Meat Loaf 4:54
9 Dead Ringer for Love
Meat Loaf with Cher 3.75 4:23
10 Ace of Spades
Motorhead 4.1 2:47
11 Black Velvet
Alannah Myles 4:04
12 How You Remind Me
Nickelback 4 3:45
13 Addicted to Love
Robert Palmer 4:17
14 Bad Case of Lovin’ You (Doctor Doctor)
Robert Palmer 4.65 3:12
15 St. Elmo’s Fire (Man in Motion)
John Parr 3:58
16 Another Brick in the Wall, Part 2
Pink Floyd 3:08
17 Don’t Stop Me Now
Queen 4.4 3:31
18 We Will Rock You
Queen 3.95 2:02
19 Since You Been Gone
Rainbow 3:16
20 Keep On Loving You
Reo Speedwagon 4.15 3:21
CD 4
# Title Artist Rating Length
1 Brown Sugar
Rolling Stones 3.95 3:52
2 Start Me Up
Rolling Stones 4 3:35
3 Walk This Way
Run DMC feat. Aerosmith 5 3:39
4 Cum On Feel the Noize
Slade 4.15 4:23
5 Dancing in the Dark
Bruce Springsteen 4.35 3:59
6 Down Down
Status Quo 3:43
7 Whatever You Want
Status Quo 3 3:50
8 Born to Be Wild
Steppenwolf 4.3 3:27
9 Burning Heart
Survivor 4.5 3:52
10 Eye of the Tiger
Survivor 4.65 4:07
11 20th Century Boy
T. Rex 5 3:38
12 The Boys Are Back in Town
Thin Lizzy 4.4 4:25
13 Jump
Van Halen 4.35 4:02
14 Why Can’t This Be Love
Van Halen 4 3:46
15 Fool for Your Loving
Whitesnake 4.5 4:18
16 Here I Go Again (USA remix)
Whitesnake 5 3:55
17 Pinball Wizard
Who 4.5 3:02
18 Owner of a Lonely Heart
Yes 4 4:27
19 Gimme All Your Lovin’
ZZ Top 4.2 3:59
20 Sharp Dressed Man
ZZ Top 4.65 4:14

Credits

CD 1

acoustic guitar:
Richie Sambora (tracks 14–15)
Tom Scholz (1975-10 – 1976-04) (track 16)
guitar synthesizer [IVL Guitar Synths]:
Richie Sambora (tracks 14–15)
electric bass guitar [Bass Guitar]:
Geezer Butler (track 11)
electric bass guitar [Bass]:
Alec John Such (tracks 14–15)
drums (drum set):
Bobby Chouinard (track 18)
Phil Rudd (track 1)
Tico Torres (tracks 14–15)
Bill Ward (track 11)
Sib Hashian (1975-10 – 1976-04) (track 16)
bass guitar:
Hugh McDonald (bassist) (track 18)
Cliff Williams (track 1)
membranophone:
Aynsley Dunbar (track 17)
Tony Newman (rock drummer for Jeff Beck Group/May Blitz) (track 17)
synthesizer programming:
Steve Deutsch (track 18)
guitar:
John McCurry (track 18)
Angus Young (member of AC/DC) (track 1)
Malcolm Young (Guitar player for AC/DC) (track 1)
guitar, keyboard and saxophone:
David Bowie (track 17)
bass:
Herbie Flowers (track 17)
Tom Scholz (1975-10 – 1976-04) (track 16)
electric guitar:
Richie Sambora (tracks 14–15)
Tom Scholz (1975-10 – 1976-04) (track 16)
electric guitar [Lead Guitar]:
Tony Iommi (track 11)
percussion:
Tico Torres (tracks 14–15)
Bill Ward (1970) (track 11)
keyboard:
Alan St. John (track 18)
keyboard [Keyboards, Noises]:
Dave Bryan (keyboardist for Bon Jovi) (tracks 14–15)
talkbox:
Richie Sambora (tracks 14–15)
additional other instruments [special effects]:
Gregg Mangiafico (track 18)
additional keyboard:
Paul Chiten (track 18)
Gregg Mangiafico (track 18)
arranger:
David Bowie (track 17)
assistant engineer:
George Cowan (track 18)
Tim Crich (tracks 14–15)
Kevin Dallimore (engineering) (track 1)
Ben Fowler (track 18)
Lolly Grodner (track 18)
Robert Hart (engineer) (track 18)
John Herman (engineer) (track 18)
Don Peterkofsky (track 18)
Duane Seykora (track 18)
Brian Sterber (track 18)
Mark Tanzer (track 18)
background vocals:
Desmond Child (track 18)
Hugh McDonald (bassist) (track 18)
Michael Anthony (US bassist, formerly of Van Halen) (track 18)
Stiv Bator (track 18)
Diana Grasselli (track 18)
Jango (backing vocalist on “Trash” by Alice Cooper) (track 18)
Louie Merlino (track 18)
Jamie Sever (track 18)
Bernie Shanahan (track 18)
Alan St. John (track 18)
Alec John Such (track 15)
Tom Teeley (track 18)
Joe Turano (track 18)
Myriam Valle (track 18)
Maria Vidal (track 18)
background vocals [Backing Vocals]:
Jon Bon Jovi (tracks 14–15)
Richie Sambora (tracks 14–15)
Dave Bryan (keyboardist for Bon Jovi) (tracks 14–15)
Alec John Such (tracks 14–15)
composer:
Randy Bachman (Canadian guitarist, singer & songwriter) (track 7)
David Bowie (track 17)
Tony Iommi (track 11)
Ozzy Osbourne (track 11)
Mick Ralphs (track 8)
Tom Scholz (track 16)
Bill Ward (track 11)
Geezer Butler (track 11)
Jimmy Destri (track 12)
Donald Roeser (track 13)
Rick Rubin (track 9)
Diane Warren (US songwriter) (track 4)
engineer:
Tony Allom (track 11)
Brian Humphries (track 11)
Richard Jackson (engineer) (track 6)
Bob Rock (tracks 14–15)
guest membranophone:
Nigel Preston (track 20)
lead vocals:
Jon Bon Jovi (tracks 14–15)
Alice Cooper (the musician Vincent Damon Furnier) (track 18)
lead vocals [Vocals]:
Ozzy Osbourne (track 11)
lyricist:
Randy Bachman (Canadian guitarist, singer & songwriter) (track 7)
David Bowie (track 17)
Mick Ralphs (track 8)
Tom Scholz (track 16)
Geezer Butler (track 11)
Jimmy Destri (track 12)
Donald Roeser (track 13)
Adam Horovitz (track 9)
Rick Rubin (track 9)
Diane Warren (US songwriter) (track 4)
Adam Yauch (track 9)
mixer:
Bob Clearmountain (track 3)
Bob Rock (tracks 14–15)
Michael Barbiero (track 18)
Stephen Harris (mixer/producer) (track 6)
Tony Platt (track 1)
Steve Thompson (producer) (track 18)
Tony Visconti (track 17)
producer:
Rodger Bain (track 11)
David Bowie (track 17)
Desmond Child (track 18)
Bob Clearmountain (track 3)
Bob Ezrin (track 19)
Bruce Fairbairn (tracks 14–15)
Richard Jackson (engineer) (track 6)
recording engineer:
Mark Dearney (track 1)
Sir Arthur Payson (track 18)
vocals:
Ian Astbury (vocalist for The Cult) (track 20)
David Bowie (track 17)
Bon Scott (AC/DC member) (track 1)
Brad Delp (1975-10 – 1976-04) (track 16)
writer:
Bryan Adams (tracks 2–3)
Ian Astbury (vocalist for The Cult) (track 20)
Jon Bon Jovi (tracks 14–15)
Michael Bruce (of Alice Cooper) (track 19)
Glen Buxton (American guitarist) (track 19)
Desmond Child (tracks 14–15, 18)
Alice Cooper (the musician Vincent Damon Furnier) (tracks 18–19)
Billy Duffy (track 20)
Dennis Dunaway (track 19)
James Frost (Welsh guitarist, keyboardist and backing vocalist for The Automatic & Effort) (track 6)
Iwan Griffiths (track 6)
Robin Hawkins (U.K., The Automatic) (track 6)
Alvertis Isbell (track 10)
Allen Jones (producer/songwriter/musician/engineer) (track 10)
John McCurry (track 18)
Alex Pennie (Member of The Automatic/Decimals) (track 6)
Joe Perry (guitarist for Aerosmith) (track 5)
Otis Redding (track 10)
Richie Sambora (tracks 14–15)
Bon Scott (AC/DC member) (track 1)
Neal Smith (former Alice Cooper drummer) (track 19)
Steven Tyler (track 5)
Jim Vallance (tracks 2–3)
Angus Young (member of AC/DC) (track 1)
Malcolm Young (Guitar player for AC/DC) (track 1)
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) (1976) (track 16)
J. Albert & Son Pty. Ltd. (1979) (track 1)
CBS Records Inc. (for rights/distribution/manufacture use only; international subsidiary of CBS, Inc.) (1989) (track 18)
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 18)
EMI Records Ltd. (not for release label use! UK parent of EMI-owned labels until Sept 2012) (2004) (track 17)
Island Def Jam Music Group (use “Island” or “Def Jam Recordings” labels rather than this record company) (2011) (tracks 14–15)
publisher:
Aggressive Music (tracks 14–15)
Badco Music, Inc. (track 8)
Bon Jovi Publishing (tracks 14–15)
Carlin Music Corporation (tracks 13, 19)
Chrysalis Music (music publisher - NOT for release labels) (track 17)
Desmobile Inc. (track 18)
EMI Songs Ltd. (track 18)
Ezra Music Corp. (track 19)
JuJu Rhythms (track 5)
MCA Music Ltd. (track 18)
MainMan (track 17)
Opus 19 Music (track 19)
Ranbach Music (track 7)
Realsongs ( – ????) (track 4)
Sony/ATV Tunes LLC (tracks 14–15)
Third Palm Music (track 19)
Universal (plain logo: "Universal") (track 18)
Universal Music Publishing Ltd. (UK subsidiary of Universal Music Publishing Group) (track 16)
Universal PolyGram International Publishing, Inc. (existed only since ca. 1998) (tracks 14–15, 18)
Warner‐Tamerlane Publishing Corp. (publisher; do NOT use as release label) (tracks 18–19)
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 4)
Jones Music America (1974 –) (track 17)
Ezra Music Corp. (1989 –) (track 18)
Kat and Mouse Music (1989 –) (track 18)
SBK April Music Inc. (1989 – ????) (track 18)
Tintoretto Music (1997 –) (track 17)
engineered at:
mixed at:
produced at:
recorded at:
Island Studios (London) in London, England, United Kingdom (track 11)
Sigma Sound Studios (New York) in New York, New York, United States (track 18)
The Record Plant ((aka "Record Plant") Los Angeles) in Hollywood, Los Angeles, California, United States (track 18)
The Village Recorder (alternate branding of The Village Recorder in West LA since 1990s) in Los Angeles, California, United States (track 18)
Regent Sound Studios in London, England, United Kingdom (1970-06-16 – 1970-06-21) (track 11)
mash-ups:
Epic Sanctuary by G3RSt (track 20)
Sleeping Bad by Wax Audio (track 15)
music videos:
sampled by:
I'm the Man by Anthrax (track 9)
Paranoid by The Clay People (track 11)
Rock by Lemon Jelly (track 10)
part of:
The Rolling Stone Magazine’s 500 Greatest Songs of All Time (as at 2016-06-10) (number: 250) (track 11)
The Rolling Stone Magazine’s 500 Greatest Songs of All Time (as at 2016-06-10) (number: 254) (track 1)
The Rolling Stone Magazine’s 500 Greatest Songs of All Time (as at 2016-06-10) (number: 319) (track 19)
cover recording of:
Hard to Handle (track 10)
is the basis for:
Acedecé (track 11)
later parody versions:
969 (track 3)
Can't Eat Enough (track 8)
Fishin' on a Pier (track 14)
Fly Away From Hell (track 1)
Guard Your Candle (track 10)
Homeless Firecult (track 11)
Hullun jenkka (track 11)
Livin' on a Prayer (track 14)
More Than a Healing (track 16)
Pair‐a‐Buns (track 11)
Pharaoh-noid (track 11)
later translated parody versions:
Del cielo a Teruel (track 1)
Elän humpalla (track 14)
Folla con él (track 1)
Mongomix (track 14)
Sorfaß zur Hell (track 1)
later translated versions:
Party (track 9)
Vi sparker røv (track 9)
玩火 (track 15)
later versions:
Diô N'arap (track 11)
Otis (Eddy Mitchell song) (track 10)
Paranoid (3rd Strike version) (track 11)
Rebel Rebel (track 17)
School’s Out (Daphne & Celeste version) (track 19)
recording of:
Can't Get Enough (track 8)
Highway to Hell (track 1)
Maria (track 12)
Monster (track 6)
Paranoid (track 11)
Poison (track 18)
Rebel Rebel (track 17)
Run to You (track 2)
School’s Out (track 19)
She Sells Sanctuary (track 20)
Summer of ’69 (track 3)
More Than a Feeling (1975-10 – 1976-04) (track 16)
referred to in medleys:
Bon Jovi (track 15)

CD 2

electric bass guitar:
Roger Glover (track 2)
Steve Harris (Iron Maiden bassist) (track 16)
Ian Hill (UK bassist for Judas Priest) (1980-01 – 1980-02) (track 19)
drums (drum set):
Rick Allen (UK drummer for Def Leppard) (track 4)
Clive Burr (track 16)
Josh Freese (American drummer) (track 8)
Kenney Jones (drummer for Small Faces, Faces, and The Who) (track 9)
Dave Holland (British rock drummer) (1980-01 – 1980-02) (track 19)
drums (drum set) and percussion:
Steve Smith (American drummer) (track 18)
bass guitar:
Ronnie Lane (track 9)
Rick Savage (track 4)
Ross Valory (track 18)
membranophone:
Ed Graham (track 1)
Ian Paice (track 2)
synthesizer [Fairlight] programming:
Phil Nicholas (producer & musician) (track 4)
organ:
Jon Lord (track 2)
guitar:
Ritchie Blackmore (track 2)
Steve Clark (Def Leppard guitarist) (track 4)
Phil Collen (of Def Leppard) (track 4)
Daniel Francis Hawkins (member of The Darkness and Stone Gods) (track 1)
Justin Hawkins (track 1)
Dave Murray (Iron Maiden guitarist) (track 16)
Neal Schon (track 18)
Adrian Smith (UK guitarist/songwriter, Iron Maiden) (track 16)
Ron Wood (track 9)
bass:
Francesco DiCosmo (track 8)
electric guitar:
Kenneth Downing (1980-01 – 1980-02) (track 19)
Glenn Tipton (1980-01 – 1980-02) (track 19)
keyboard:
Jon Lord (track 2)
keyboard and piano:
Jonathan Cain (track 18)
David Hodges (keyboardist, member of Evanescence and Trading Yesterday) (track 8)
guitar family and percussion:
Ben Moody (American musician and producer) (track 8)
Wurlitzer electric piano:
Ian McLagan (track 9)
additional engineer:
Ben Moody (American musician and producer) (track 8)
additional programming:
David Hodges (keyboardist, member of Evanescence and Trading Yesterday) (track 8)
Zac Baird (track 8)
Chris Johnson (programming/production for Ivy Lane Music) (track 8)
assistant engineer:
Sergio Chavez (track 8)
Jason Cupp (track 8)
Ai Fujisaki (track 8)
Dean Nelson (track 8)
Sam Storey (track 8)
assistant mixer:
Nick Taylor (UK recording engineer) (track 1)
assistant producer:
Nigel Green (track 4)
assistant recording engineer:
Will Bartle (track 1)
background vocals:
Jonathan Cain (track 18)
Neal Schon (track 18)
Ross Valory (track 18)
composer:
Steve Harris (Iron Maiden bassist) (track 16)
Jimi Hendrix (track 14)
Joey Tempest (track 7)
engineer:
Martin Birch (track 16)
Louis Austin (engineering) (track 19)
Pedro Ferreira (track 1)
Jeremy Parker (Engineer) (track 8)
Nigel Green (track 4)
guest vocals:
Paul McCoy (track 8)
lead vocals:
Joe Elliott (lead singer of Def Leppard) (track 4)
Ian Gillan (track 2)
Justin Hawkins (track 1)
Amy Lee (singer-songwriter of Evanescence) (track 8)
Steve Perry (former lead singer of Journey) (track 18)
Rod Stewart (track 9)
Joan Jett (track 17)
Rob Halford (1980-01 – 1980-02) (track 19)
lyricist:
Steve Harris (Iron Maiden bassist) (track 16)
Jimi Hendrix (track 14)
Joey Tempest (track 7)
mixer:
Pedro Ferreira (track 1)
Michael Barbiero (tracks 12–13)
Jay Baumgardner (track 8)
Nigel Green (track 4)
Mike Shipley (track 4)
Steve Thompson (producer) (tracks 12–13)
performer:
Def Leppard (track 4)
producer:
Tom Allom (track 19)
Martin Birch (track 16)
Mike Clink (tracks 12–13)
Ritchie Cordell (track 17)
Kevin Elson (track 18)
Faces (successor of "Small Faces", members Rod Stewart, Ron Wood) (track 9)
Dave Fortman (track 8)
Glyn Johns (track 9)
Kenny Laguna (track 17)
Mike Stone (producer 60’s–80’s) (track 18)
Pedro Ferreira (track 1)
programming:
Ben Moody (American musician and producer) (track 8)
recording engineer:
Mark Flannery (track 4)
vocals:
Bruce Dickinson (Iron Maiden vocalist) (track 16)
vocals arranger:
Tony Huerta (track 18)
writer:
Steven Adler (tracks 12–13)
Chrissy Amphlett (track 6)
Ritchie Blackmore (tracks 2–3)
Jonathan Cain (track 18)
Eric Clapton (track 5)
Steve Clark (Def Leppard guitarist) (track 4)
Phil Collen (of Def Leppard) (track 4)
Kenneth Downing (track 19)
Joe Elliott (lead singer of Def Leppard) (track 4)
Andy Fraser (English bassist, member of Free) (track 10)
Ian Gillan (tracks 2–3)
Roger Glover (tracks 2–3)
Jim Gordon (Drummer (Derek and the Dominos)) (track 5)
Edwin James Graham (track 1)
Rob Halford (track 19)
Daniel Francis Hawkins (member of The Darkness and Stone Gods) (track 1)
Justin Hawkins (track 1)
Barry Hay (track 11)
David Hodges (keyboardist, member of Evanescence and Trading Yesterday) (track 8)
Jake Hooker (rock guitarist, songwriter, producer & manager, member of The Arrows) (track 17)
Billy Idol (track 15)
Tom Kelly (songwriter) (track 6)
George Kooymans (track 11)
Amy Lee (singer-songwriter of Evanescence) (track 8)
Jon Lord (tracks 2–3)
Mark McEntee (track 6)
Duff McKagan (tracks 12–13)
Alan Merrill (track 17)
Ben Moody (American musician and producer) (track 8)
Ian Paice (tracks 2–3)
Steve Perry (former lead singer of Journey) (track 18)
Paul Rodgers (track 10)
Axl Rose (tracks 12–13)
Rick Savage (track 4)
Neal Schon (track 18)
Slash (Guns N’ Roses guitarist) (tracks 12–13)
Billy Steinberg (track 6)
Steve Stevens (track 15)
Rod Stewart (track 9)
Izzy Stradlin (tracks 12–13)
Glenn Tipton (track 19)
Ron Wood (track 9)
phonographic copyright by:
CBS Records (manufacturer/distributor) (1980) (track 19)
Blackheart Records (1981) (track 17)
CBS Records Inc. (for rights/distribution/manufacture use only; international subsidiary of CBS, Inc.) (1981) (track 18)
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 18)
EMI Records Ltd. (not for release label use! UK parent of EMI-owned labels until Sept 2012) (1982) (track 16)
Geffen Records (1987) (tracks 12–13)
Mercury Records Ltd. (not for release label use!) (1987) (track 4)
Phonogram Ltd. (London) (company name, NOT a label!) (1987) (track 4)
HEC Enterprises Ltd. (1995) (track 2)
Telstar Records Plc (1996 –) (tracks 12, 15)
Blackheart Records Group (2015) (track 17)
publisher:
Black Frog Music (tracks 12–13)
Chrysalis Records Ltd. (not for release label use! company behind the Chrysalis imprint) (track 15)
EMI (EMI Records, since 1972) (track 7)
EMI Music Publishing (do not use as a release label!) (tracks 2–3)
Guns N’ Roses Music (tracks 12–13)
HEC Music (tracks 2–3)
Henrees Music co. (tracks 2–3)
Imagem London Ltd. (track 16)
Irving Music, Inc. (track 10)
Seven Doors Music (track 7)
Snamyook Music (publisher associated with George Kooymans) (track 11)
Universal Music Publishing Ltd. (UK subsidiary of Universal Music Publishing Group) (track 4)
Universal PolyGram International Publishing, Inc. (existed only since ca. 1998) (track 4)
Warner Bros. Music (publisher; do NOT use as release label) (track 4)
Why Bother Ltd. (track 4)
Zomba Music Publishers Ltd. (UK subsidiary of Zomba Music Publishing) (tracks 4, 16)
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)
mixed at:
Battery Studios (London, owned by Zomba group) in London, England, United Kingdom (tracks 4, 16)
recorded at:
Battery Studios (London, owned by Zomba group) in London, England, United Kingdom (track 16)
Startling Studios (Tittenhurst Park) in Ascot, Windsor and Maidenhead, England, United Kingdom (1980-01 – 1980-02) (track 19)
edits:
has remixes:
mash-ups:
Sgt. Pepper's Paradise (The Beatles vs. Guns N' Roses) (Best of Bootie 2005 DJ-mix) by Jimmi Jammes (track 12)
Start Me to Life by Triple-Q (track 8)
music videos:
sampled by:
Remind Me by Eminem (track 17)
part of:
The Rolling Stone Magazine’s 500 Greatest Songs of All Time (as at 2016-06-10) (number: 196) (track 13)
The Rolling Stone Magazine’s 500 Greatest Songs of All Time (as at 2016-06-10) (number: 453) (track 12)
The Rolling Stone Magazine’s 500 Greatest Songs of All Time (as at 2016-06-10) (number: 484) (track 17)
cover recording of:
is the basis for:
Goin’ Blind (track 5)
later parody versions:
Amos (track 5)
Devil Fell (track 15)
Final Countdown (parody by Der Familie Popolski) (track 7)
Final Countdown (parody by Кирилл Немоляев) (track 7)
Final Cuntdown (track 7)
Go Right Now (track 10)
Hiivasieni (track 7)
I Love Apostle Paul (2016 version) (track 17)
I Love Apostle Paul (track 17)
I Love Rocky Road (track 17)
Purple Haze (track 14)
Walk on the Water (track 3)
Weep Jeremiah (track 13)
later translated parody versions:
Humo en el water (track 3)
Humppaan (track 5)
Jääkärihumppa (track 7)
Pidän humpasta (track 17)
Savua Laatokalla (track 3)
Te peto el cacas (track 7)
later translated versions:
Purple Haze (barbare) (track 14)
Tanz den Horn (track 15)
later versions:
Purple Haze (for ensemble and prepared piano, Schnyder) (track 14)
recording of:
All Right Now (track 10)
Animal (track 4)
Black Night (track 2)
Bring Me to Life (track 8)
Don’t Stop Believin’ (Journey song) (track 18)
I Touch Myself (track 6)
Layla (track 5)
Paradise City (track 12)
Purple Haze (track 14)
Radar Love (track 11)
Rebel Yell (track 15)
Run to the Hills (track 16)
Smoke on the Water (track 3)
Stay With Me (track 9)
Living After Midnight (1980-01 – 1980-02) (track 19)
referred to in medleys:
4 Chords (Unicante 2013 version) (track 18)
Layla Mix (track 5)
Polkas on 45 (track 3)

CD 3

written in:
Montreux, Vaud, Switzerland (track 17)
electric bass guitar:
Leon Wilkeson (track 6)
drums (drum set):
Bob Burns (Lynyrd Skynyrd drummer) (track 6)
Bill Gibson (US drummer for Huey Lews & the News) (track 4)
bass guitar:
Steve Buslowe (track 9)
Mario Cipollina (track 4)
John Deacon (track 17)
membranophone:
Liberty DeVitto (US drummer) (track 9)
membranophone [African logs]:
Neleam Ymmij (track 9)
guitar:
Johnny Colla (track 4)
Chris Hayes (track 4)
Brian May (Queen guitarist) (tracks 17–18)
guitar [guitars]:
Davey Johnstone (track 9)
harmonica:
Huey Lewis (track 4)
bass:
Tony Breit (track 2)
electric guitar:
Allen Collins (track 6)
Ed King (US guitarist, bassist & songwriter) (track 6)
Craig Ross (guitarist) (track 2)
Gary Rossington (track 6)
percussion:
Jimmy Maelen (Percussion) (track 9)
Roger Taylor (Queen drummer) (track 17)
Bill Gibson (US drummer for Huey Lews & the News) (track 4)
foot percussion [footstomps]:
John Deacon (track 18)
Brian May (Queen guitarist) (track 18)
Freddie Mercury (track 18)
Roger Taylor (Queen drummer) (track 18)
keyboard:
Billy Powell (track 6)
Sean Hopper (track 4)
saxophone:
Johnny Colla (track 4)
piano:
Roy Bittan (track 9)
Freddie Mercury (track 17)
handclaps:
John Deacon (track 18)
Brian May (Queen guitarist) (track 18)
Freddie Mercury (track 18)
Roger Taylor (Queen drummer) (track 18)
horn:
Lou Delgatto (track 9)
Tom Malone (track 9)
Lou Marani (track 9)
Alan Rubin (track 9)
additional engineer:
Michael Christopher (engineer) (track 4)
David Domanich (track 2)
John Etchells (track 17)
Phil Kaffel (track 4)
Malcolm Pollack (track 4)
additional lyricist:
Willie Dixon (track 3)
arranger:
Queen (UK rock group) (track 17)
assistant engineer:
Rob Beaton (track 4)
Greg DiGesu (track 2)
Alex Haas (Trance remixer/producer. Member of Cypher 7) (track 4)
Tom Size (track 4)
assistant producer:
Mike Stone (producer 60’s–80’s) (track 18)
background vocals:
Brian May (Queen guitarist) (track 18)
Freddie Mercury (track 18)
Roger Taylor (Queen drummer) (track 18)
Merry Clayton (track 6)
Rhonda Coullet (track 9)
Rory Dodd (track 9)
Clydie King (track 6)
Ted Neeley (track 9)
Allan Nicholls (track 9)
Eric Troyer (track 9)
background vocals and lead vocals:
Lenny Kravitz (track 2)
co-producer:
James Guthrie (track 16)
composer:
Russ Ballard (track 19)
Allen Collins (track 5)
Lenny Kravitz (track 2)
Moon Martin (track 14)
Brian May (Queen guitarist) (track 18)
Robert Palmer (English singer-songwriter) (track 13)
Craig Ross (guitarist) (track 2)
Jim Steinman (tracks 8–9)
Roger Waters (track 16)
Kevin Cronin (track 20)
Ronnie Van Zant (track 5)
Freddie Mercury (1978-07 – 1978-10) (track 17)
engineer:
James Guthrie (track 16)
Henry Hirsch (track 2)
Geoff Workman (track 17)
executive producer:
Peter Grant (manager) (track 3)
lead vocals:
Freddie Mercury (track 18)
Paul Stanley (KISS frontman) (track 1)
Ronnie Van Zant (track 6)
lyricist:
Russ Ballard (track 19)
Allen Collins (track 5)
Lenny Kravitz (track 2)
Moon Martin (track 14)
Brian May (Queen guitarist) (track 18)
Robert Palmer (English singer-songwriter) (track 13)
Jim Steinman (tracks 8–9)
Roger Waters (track 16)
Kevin Cronin (track 20)
Ronnie Van Zant (track 5)
Freddie Mercury (1978-07 – 1978-10) (track 17)
mastering:
George Marino (track 17)
miscellaneous support:
Ronnie Van Zant (tracks 6, 6)
mixer:
Henry Hirsch (track 2)
Eddie Kramer (track 3)
Robert Missbach (track 4)
Ron Nevison (1987-06 – 1987-07) (track 1)
producer:
Roy Thomas Baker (producer) (track 17)
Bob Clearmountain (track 4)
Bob Ezrin (track 16)
David Gilmour (track 16)
Jellybean (US producer John Benitez) (track 4)
Al Kooper (track 6)
Vic Maile (track 10)
Ron Nevison (track 1)
Jimmy Page (track 3)
Robert Palmer (English singer-songwriter) (track 14)
Queen (UK rock group) (tracks 17–18)
Roger Waters (track 16)
recording engineer:
Robert Missbach (track 4)
Jim Gaines (track 4)
vocals:
Johnny Colla (track 4)
Chris Hayes (track 4)
Chad Kroeger (track 12)
Huey Lewis (track 4)
Brian May (Queen guitarist) (track 17)
Freddie Mercury (track 17)
Roger Taylor (Queen drummer) (track 17)
Cher (track 9)
Bill Gibson (US drummer for Huey Lews & the News) (track 4)
Sean Hopper (track 4)
writer:
John Bonham (track 3)
Eddie Clarke (Motorhead guitarist) (track 10)
Johnny Colla (track 4)
David Foster (Canadian music producer, arranger and composer) (track 15)
Chris Hayes (track 4)
John Paul Jones (UK rock musician of Led Zeppelin & Them Crooked Vultures) (track 3)
Ed King (US guitarist, bassist & songwriter) (track 6)
Chad Kroeger (track 12)
Mike Kroeger (track 12)
Annie Lennox (track 7)
Huey Lewis (track 4)
Adam Mitchell (Scottish-Canadian songwriter) (track 1)
Jimmy Page (track 3)
John Parr (track 15)
Ryan Peake (track 12)
Robert Plant (of Led Zeppelin) (track 3)
Gary Rossington (track 6)
Paul Stanley (KISS frontman) (track 1)
Dave Stewart (UK guitarist/singer for Eurythmics) (track 7)
Phil Taylor (former Motörhead drummer) (track 10)
David Tyson (Canadian producer/songwriter) (track 11)
Ryan Vikedal (track 12)
Christopher Ward (track 11)
Ronnie Van Zant (track 6)
phonographic copyright by:
UMG Recordings, Inc. (Universal Music Group's legal name in the US) (1974) (track 6)
Queen Productions Ltd. (company and copyright holder, do not use as an imprint or release label) (1977) (track 18)
Raincloud Productions Ltd. (1978) (track 17)
Pink Floyd Music Ltd. (1979) (track 16)
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 20)
PolyGram Records, Inc. (not for release label use! US division of PolyGram) (1987) (track 1)
publisher:
Carlin Music Corporation (tracks 8–9)
Chappell Music Ltd. (track 16)
Complete Music Ltd. (track 19)
EMI Music Publishing Ltd. (tracks 17–18)
Fate Music (track 20)
Heavy Nova Music (track 13)
Huey Lewis Music (track 4)
Hustler Inc. (track 6)
Island Music Ltd. (track 13)
Kinda Blue Music (track 4)
Leeds Music Corp. (track 6)
Motor Music Ltd (Motörhead publisher) (track 10)
Queen Music Ltd. (tracks 17–18)
WB Music Corp. (ASCAP) (track 3)
Warner/Chappell Music Ltd. (1996–present) (track 13)
Warner‐Tamerlane Publishing Corp. (publisher; do NOT use as release label) (track 16)
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 4)
大洋音楽 (tracks 1, 20)