Tracklist

CD 1
# Title Artist Rating Length
1 Get It On
T. Rex 4:27
2 Virginia Plain
Roxy Music 4 2:58
3 School’s Out
Alice Cooper 4.1 3:29
4 All the Young Dudes
Mott the Hoople 5 3:32
5 Crocodile Rock
Elton John 2.6 3:56
6 I’m the Leader of the Gang
Gary Glitter 3:26
7 Blockbuster
The Sweet 3:12
8 Walk on the Wild Side
Lou Reed 3.9 4:13
9 Make Me Smile (Come Up and See Me)
Steve Harley & Cockney Rebel 5 3:57
10 Mama Weer All Crazee Now
Slade 3:43
11 See My Baby Jive
Wizzard 4:58
12 Love Train
The O’Jays 4 2:56
13 Show You the Way to Go
The Jacksons 3:28
14 Best of My Love
The Emotions 3.75 3:39
15 That Lady
The Isley Brothers 4:25
16 Le Freak
Chic 3:36
17 We Are Family
Sister Sledge 3:21
18 Boogie Wonderland
Earth, Wind & Fire 4 4:48
19 I Will Survive
Gloria Gaynor 3.85 3:18
20 You’re the First, My Last, My Everything
Barry White 3 3:24
21 Ladies Night
Kool & The Gang 4.35 3:26
CD 2
# Title Artist Rating Length
1 Band on the Run
Paul McCartney & Wings 4.3 5:11
2 Mr Blue Sky
Electric Light Orchestra 4.4 5:03
3 Baker Street
Gerry Rafferty 4 4:08
4 So You Win Again
Hot Chocolate 4:23
5 Down Down
Status Quo 3:43
6 Oliver’s Army
Elvis Costello 2:59
7 Hit Me With Your Rhythm Stick
Ian Dury and The Blockheads 3:43
8 Heart of Glass
Blondie 3:54
9 Message in a Bottle
The Police 4.4 4:50
10 Maggie May
Rod Stewart 4.25 5:15
11 Without You
Nilsson 4.65 3:16
12 Vincent
Don McLean 3.5 4:00
13 I’m Not in Love
10cc 4.2 6:05
14 A Horse With No Name
America 4.35 4:07
15 Seasons in the Sun
Terry Jacks 3:26
16 Lean on Me
Bill Withers 4.5 4:17
17 The Right Thing to Do
Carly Simon 2:59
18 Every Day Hurts
Sad Café 5 3:59
19 Wishing on a Star
Rose Royce 4:42

Credits

CD 1

electric bass guitar:
Dennis Dunaway (track 3)
Herbie Flowers (1972-08) (track 8)
drums (drum set):
Nigel Olsson (track 5)
Neal Smith (former Alice Cooper drummer) (track 3)
bass guitar:
Dee Murray (track 5)
strings arranger:
Mick Ronson (British guitarist) (track 8)
membranophone:
John Halsey (1972-08) (track 8)
farfisa and piano:
Elton John (track 5)
double bass:
Herbie Flowers (1972-08) (track 8)
electric guitar:
Michael Bruce (of Alice Cooper) (track 3)
Glen Buxton (American guitarist) (track 3)
Davey Johnstone (track 5)
brass arranger:
Mick Ronson (British guitarist) (track 8)
keyboard:
Michael Bruce (of Alice Cooper) (track 3)
baritone saxophone:
Ronnie Ross (1972-08) (track 8)
arranger:
David Bowie (tracks 4, 8)
Lou Reed (track 8)
Barry White (track 20)
Gene Page (track 20)
Mick Ronson (British guitarist) (track 8)
Roxy Music (track 2)
background vocals:
The Thunder Thighs (70s UK vocal group) (1972-08) (track 8)
composer:
David Bowie (track 4)
Bryan Ferry (track 2)
Kenneth Gamble (track 12)
Gary Glitter (track 6)
Elton John (track 5)
Mike Leander (track 6)
Jon Lind (track 18)
Lou Reed (track 8)
Roy Wood (track 11)
Marc Bolan (track 1)
Steve Harley (track 9)
engineer:
Frank Kejmar (engineer) (track 20)
Ken Scott (UK record producer & engineer) (track 5)
Andy Hendrikson (1972-03) (track 2)
lead vocals:
Alice Cooper (the musician Vincent Damon Furnier) (track 3)
Elton John (track 5)
Ian Hunter (Mott the Hoople) (track 4)
Lou Reed (1972-08) (track 8)
lyricist:
David Bowie (track 4)
Bryan Ferry (track 2)
Leon Huff (Philly soul producer, of Gamble & Huff) (track 12)
Lou Reed (track 8)
Roy Wood (track 11)
Marc Bolan (track 1)
Steve Harley (track 9)
Bernie Taupin (track 5)
Allee Willis (track 18)
producer:
David Bowie (tracks 4, 8)
Gus Dudgeon (track 5)
Bob Ezrin (track 3)
Kenneth Gamble (track 12)
Leon Huff (Philly soul producer, of Gamble & Huff) (track 12)
Al McKay (track 18)
Lou Reed (track 8)
Peter Sinfield (track 2)
Barry White (track 20)
Maurice White (Earth, Wind & Fire) (track 18)
Mick Ronson (British guitarist) (track 8)
vocals:
The Emotions (Chicago soul, disco and R&B female vocal group) (track 18)
writer:
Ronald Bell (track 21)
George Brown (US percussionist of Kool & The Gang) (track 21)
Michael Bruce (of Alice Cooper) (track 3)
Glen Buxton (American guitarist) (track 3)
Mike Chapman (Australian producer and songwriter) (track 7)
Nicky Chinn (track 7)
Alice Cooper (the musician Vincent Damon Furnier) (track 3)
Dennis Dunaway (track 3)
Bernard Edwards (tracks 16–17)
Dino Fekaris (track 19)
Kenneth Gamble (track 13)
Neville Holder (track 10)
Leon Huff (Philly soul producer, of Gamble & Huff) (track 13)
Jim Lea (track 10)
Al McKay (track 14)
Freddie Perren (track 19)
Nile Rodgers (tracks 16–17)
Tony Sepe (track 20)
Neal Smith (former Alice Cooper drummer) (track 3)
Barry White (track 20)
Maurice White (Earth, Wind & Fire) (track 14)
phonographic copyright by:
CBS, Inc. (US broadcasting company; file no releases here!) (1972) (track 4)
Sony BMG Music Entertainment (Aug 5, 2004 - Oct 1, 2008; do not use if a specific sub-label is available) (1972) (track 4)
Sony Music Entertainment Inc. (not for release label use! company owned by Sony Corporation of America from 1991–2004; operated worldwide except in JP) (1972) (track 12)
Warner Bros. Records Inc. (not for release label use, company behind the “WB Records” imprint) (1972) (track 3)
This Record Co. Ltd. (copyright holder) (1973) (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) (track 13)
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) (track 14)
PolyGram Records, Inc. (not for release label use! US division of PolyGram) (1978 –) (track 19)
produced for:
publisher:
Chrysalis Music Ltd. (music publisher) (track 4)
Copyright Control (not for release label use! this is only for copyrights and publishing relationships) (track 17)
EMI Songs Ltd. (track 14)
Ezra Music Corp. (track 3)
Irving Music (BMI) (track 18)
MCA Music Ltd. (track 6)
Mijac Music (track 12)
Opus 19 Music (track 3)
PolyGram International Publishing, Inc. (renamed as Universal PolyGram International Publishing, Inc. since ca. 1998 or thereafter) (track 19)
RAK Publishing Ltd. (tracks 7, 9)
RZO Music Ltd (track 4)
Roy Wood Music Ltd. (track 11)
Sony/ATV Songs LLC (track 17)
Third Palm Music (track 3)
Universal Music Ltd. (UK sound recording / publishing company) (track 6)
Universal Music Publishing (Use ONLY if no country-specific information is available) (track 19)
Universal Music Publishing Ltd. (UK subsidiary of Universal Music Publishing Group) (track 19)
Universal PolyGram International Publishing, Inc. (existed only since ca. 1998) (track 19)
Warner Chappell Music Ltd. (no slash; used 1988–1996) (track 13)
Warner‐Tamerlane Publishing Corp. (publisher; do NOT use as release label) (tracks 3, 12, 17)
mixed at:
recorded at:
Strawberry Studios (Château d'Hérouville, France) in Hérouville, Val-d'Oise, Île-de-France, France (track 5)
Command Studios in London, England, United Kingdom (1972-03) (track 2)
Trident Studios (London, UK) in Soho, Westminster, London, England, United Kingdom (1972-08) (track 8)
edits:
has remixes:
Love Train (Tom Moulton Mix) by The O’Jays (track 12)
mash-ups:
sampled by:
part of:
Indie 88: Top 500 Indie Rock Songs (number: 75) (track 8)
The Rolling Stone Magazine’s 500 Greatest Songs of All Time (as at 2016-06-10) (number: 221) (track 8)
The Rolling Stone Magazine’s 500 Greatest Songs of All Time (as at 2016-06-10) (number: 253) (track 4)
The Rolling Stone Magazine’s 500 Greatest Songs of All Time (as at 2016-06-10) (number: 319) (track 3)
The Rolling Stone Magazine’s 500 Greatest Songs of All Time (as at 2016-06-10) (number: 489) (track 19)
arrangements:
Stüverhoff (translated) (track 8)
is the basis for:
I’m Alive (track 18)
Supreme (track 19)
later parody versions:
Gideon (track 1)
Neun Live (track 19)
Suck And Fuck Train (track 12)
Talk and I'll Walk (track 5)
later translated parody versions:
Mahti sonni (track 6)
Neigschbeit (track 8)
Rheinsehn (track 8)
later translated versions:
ALL THE YOUNG DUDES (Japanese version) (track 4)
Best of My Love (Japanese Version) (track 14)
Familiär (track 17)
Oon voimissain (track 19)
Schicksal (track 8)
Seisovaa ilmaa (track 8)
We Are Family (Japanese version) (track 17)
噴火 (track 1)
later versions:
School’s Out (Daphne & Celeste version) (track 3)
recording of:
Best of My Love (track 14)
Block Buster! (track 7)
Boogie Wonderland (track 18)
Crocodile Rock (track 5)
Get It On (Bang a Gong) (track 1)
I Will Survive (track 19)
Ladies’ Night (track 21)
Le Freak (track 16)
Love Train (track 12)
School’s Out (track 3)
See My Baby Jive (track 11)
We Are Family (track 17)
Virginia Plain (1972-03) (track 2)
Walk on the Wild Side (1972-08) (track 8)
referred to in medleys:

CD 2

acoustic guitar:
Dewey Bunnell (1971) (track 14)
Martin Quittenton (1971) (track 10)
John Uribe (1971-06) (track 11)
Paul McCartney (1973-09-01 – 1973-09-23) (track 1)
Denny Laine (1973-09-01 – 1973-09-23) (track 1)
electric bass guitar:
Sting (singer, songwriter & member of The Police) (track 9)
Hammond organ:
Ian McLagan (1971) (track 10)
cymbal:
Micky Waller (1971) (track 10)
drums (drum set):
Jim Keltner (1971-06) (track 11)
Andy Newmark (1972-09 – 1972-10) (track 17)
Paul McCartney (1973-09-01 – 1973-09-23) (track 1)
bass guitar:
Ronnie Wood (1971) (track 10)
Klaus Voormann (1971-06) (track 11)
effects [musical effects]:
Eric Stewart (1974) (track 13)
strings:
Beaux Arts Orchestra (1973-09-01 – 1973-09-23) (track 1)
strings arranger:
Kirby Johnson (track 17)
mandolin:
Ray Jackson (1971) (track 10)
David Lindley (1971) (track 10)
membranophone:
Stewart Copeland (track 9)
Kim Haworth (1971) (track 14)
Micky Waller (1971) (track 10)
Henry Spinetti (1977) (track 3)
synthesizer:
Paul McCartney (1973-09-01 – 1973-09-23) (track 1)
guitar [lead guitar]:
Hugh Burns (1977) (track 3)
guitar [rhythm guitar]:
Nigel Jenkins (1977) (track 3)
bass:
Dan Peek (1971) (track 14)
Jimmy Ryan (American guitarist and singer/songwriter) (1972-09 – 1972-10) (track 17)
Paul McCartney (1973-09-01 – 1973-09-23) (track 1)
Gary Taylor (rock bassist) (1977) (track 3)
bass and guitar:
Graham Gouldman (1974) (track 13)
synclavier [control desk]:
Kevin (1974) (track 13)
Graham Gouldman (1974) (track 13)
Lol (1974) (track 13)
Eric Stewart (1974) (track 13)
electric piano:
Paul McCartney (1973-09-01 – 1973-09-23) (track 1)
Eric Stewart (1974) (track 13)
electric guitar:
Andy Summers (track 9)
Ronnie Wood (1971) (track 10)
Paul McCartney (1973-09-01 – 1973-09-23) (track 1)
Denny Laine (1973-09-01 – 1973-09-23) (track 1)
brass [horns] arranger:
Kirby Johnson (track 17)
brass and strings arranger:
Paul Buckmaster (track 11)
percussion:
Ray Cooper (percussionist) (1971) (track 14)
Glen LeFleur (1977) (track 3)
keyboard:
Tommy Eyre (1977) (track 3)
celesta:
Pete Sears (1971) (track 10)
saxophone:
Raphael Ravenscroft (1977) (track 3)
piano:
Gary Wright (US singer/keyboardist) (1971-06) (track 11)
Carly Simon (1972-09 – 1972-10) (track 17)
Lol (1974) (track 13)
Moog:
Linda McCartney (1973-09-01 – 1973-09-23) (track 1)
Kevin (1974) (track 13)
12 string guitar:
Gerry Beckley (1971) (track 14)
Ronnie Wood (1971) (track 10)
horn:
Beaux Arts Orchestra (1973-09-01 – 1973-09-23) (track 1)
congas:
Ray Cooper (percussionist) (1972-09 – 1972-10) (track 17)
additional producer:
America (track 14)
Jeff Dexter (track 14)
arranger:
The Police (British rock band) (track 9)
assistant engineer:
Monday (engineer) (track 1)
Peter Swettenham (track 1)
background vocals:
Vicki Brown (English pop, rock & contemporary classical singer) (1972-09 – 1972-10) (track 17)
Carly Simon (1972-09 – 1972-10) (track 17)
Liza Strike (1972-09 – 1972-10) (track 17)
Paul McCartney (1973-09-01 – 1973-09-23) (track 1)
Denny Laine (1973-09-01 – 1973-09-23) (track 1)
Linda McCartney (1973-09-01 – 1973-09-23) (track 1)
Kevin (1974) (track 13)
Graham Gouldman (1974) (track 13)
Lol (1974) (track 13)
composer:
Jacques Brel (track 15)
Chaz Jankel (track 7)
Gerry Rafferty (track 3)
Francis Rossi (track 5)
Sting (singer, songwriter & member of The Police) (track 9)
Robert Keith Young (UK musician & author, Young & Moody; Status Quo) (track 5)
Russ Ballard (track 4)
Dewey Bunnell (track 14)
Jeff Lynne (track 2)
Don McLean (track 12)
Carly Simon (track 17)
Bill Withers (track 16)
conductor:
Paul Buckmaster (track 11)
engineer:
Eric Stewart (track 13)
Robin Black (engineer) (track 14)
Robin Geoffrey Cable (tracks 11, 17)
Nigel Gray (track 9)
Mack (track 2)
Ken Scott (UK record producer & engineer) (track 14)
lead vocals:
Dewey Bunnell (1971) (track 14)
Rod Stewart (1971) (track 10)
Carly Simon (1972-09 – 1972-10) (track 17)
Paul McCartney (1973-09-01 – 1973-09-23) (track 1)
Eric Stewart (1974) (track 13)
Gerry Rafferty (1977) (track 3)
lyricist:
Gerry Rafferty (track 3)
Francis Rossi (track 5)
Sting (singer, songwriter & member of The Police) (track 9)
Russ Ballard (track 4)
Dewey Bunnell (track 14)
Ian Dury (track 7)
Jeff Lynne (track 2)
Don McLean (track 12)
Carly Simon (track 17)
Bill Withers (track 16)
Rod McKuen (track 15)
mixer:
Eric Stewart (track 13)
Geoff Emerick (British recording engineer) (track 1)
orchestrator:
Tony Visconti (track 1)
other vocals [whisper vocals]:
Kathy Redfern (1974) (track 13)
producer:
10cc (track 13)
America (track 14)
Jeff Dexter (track 14)
Ed Freeman (track 12)
George Martin (track 14)
Paul McCartney (track 1)
Richard Perry (producer) (tracks 11, 17)
Ian Samwell (track 14)
Rod Stewart (track 10)
Nigel Gray (track 9)
Jeff Lynne (track 2)
The Police (British rock band) (track 9)
recording engineer:
10cc (track 13)
Geoff Emerick (British recording engineer) (track 1)
remixer:
George Martin (track 14)
translator:
Rod McKuen (track 15)
vocals:
Sting (singer, songwriter & member of The Police) (track 9)
Harry Nilsson (US singer-songwriter) (1971-06) (track 11)
writer:
Vic Emerson (track 18)
Tom Evans (UK guitarist for Badfinger) (track 11)
Graham Gouldman (track 13)
Pete Ham (track 11)
Deborah Harry (track 8)
Linda McCartney (track 1)
Paul McCartney (track 1)
Martin Quittenton (track 10)
Chris Stein (track 8)
Eric Stewart (track 13)
Rod Stewart (track 10)
John Stimpson (track 18)
Paul Young (Sad Café, Mike + The Mechanics) (track 18)
phonographic copyright by:
MPL Communications Inc. (Paul McCartney-related, NYC-based company) (track 1)
UMG Recordings, Inc. (Universal Music Group's legal name in the US) (1971) (track 10)
Elektra Records (not for release label use! please use its imprint "Elektra" instead) (1972) (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) (1972) (track 16)
Phonogram, Inc. (1975) (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) (1977) (track 2)
Elektra Entertainment (renamed from Elektra 1989–2004; revived as Elektra 2009-06-01) (1978) (track 17)
A&M Records (1979) (track 9)
Mercury Records Ltd. (not for release label use!) (1996) (track 13)
A&M Records, Inc. (1997) (track 9)
publisher:
ATV Music Corp. (track 1)
BMG Monarch (track 8)
Benny Bird Co. Inc. (track 12)
Chappell Music Ltd. (track 10)
Chrysalis Music (music publisher - NOT for release labels) (track 8)
EMI Music Publishing (do not use as a release label!) (track 13)
EMI Music Publishing Ltd. (tracks 5, 10, 16, 18)
EMI Songs Ltd. (track 2)
Icon Music Ltd. (track 3)
Sony Music Publishing (worldwide except Japan, ended 1995) (track 4)
St. Anne’s Music Ltd. (tracks 13, 18)
Universal/MCA Music Ltd. (not for release label use!) (tracks 12, 16)
Valley Music Ltd (track 5)
Virgin Music, Inc. (The American arm of Virgin's publishing company) (track 9)
Warner Bros. Music (publisher; do NOT use as release label) (track 11)
Apple Publishing Ltd. (1970 –) (track 11)
Man-Ken Music Ltd. (1975) (track 13)
mixed at:
Kingsway Studios in Camden, London, England, United Kingdom (1973-10 – 1973-11) (track 1)
recorded at:
Morgan Studios (Morgan Sound Studios) in Willesden, Brent, London, England, United Kingdom (1971) (track 14)
Trident Studios (London, UK) in Soho, Westminster, London, England, United Kingdom (1972-09 – 1972-10) (track 17)
EMI Studios (pre-1981 location of EMI Studios Lagos) in Lagos, Lagos, Nigeria (1973-09-01 – 1973-09-23) (track 1)
has remixes:
Band on the Run (5.1 mix) by Paul McCartney & Wings (track 1)
mash-ups:
music videos:
I’m Not in Love by 10cc (track 13)
sampled by:
Let It Out by Girl Talk (track 2)
MeSSage iN a BoTTle 79-11 (SXID SX210SYEJ0) by Top Jimmy Page (track 9)
part of:
The Rolling Stone Magazine’s 500 Greatest Songs of All Time (as at 2016-06-10) (number: 130) (track 10)
The Rolling Stone Magazine’s 500 Greatest Songs of All Time (as at 2016-06-10) (number: 205) (track 16)
arrangements:
Per chi (translated) (track 11)
cover recording of:
Without You (1971) (track 11)
is the basis for:
Футбол (track 15)
later parody versions:
Baker Dick (track 3)
Beggar's Feet (track 3)
Boy With Horse Teeth (written for Howard Stern show performance) (track 14)
I'm Not in Hove (track 13)
Lazzie Lay (track 10)
Man on the Run (track 1)
later translated parody versions:
Corazón de vaso (track 8)
later translated versions:
Heart of Glass (Japanese version) (track 8)
Katu (track 3)
Maggie May (Finnish) (track 10)
置き去りの夢 (track 13)
later versions:
part of:
recording of:
Down Down (track 5)
Every Day Hurts (track 18)
Heart of Glass (track 8)
Message in a Bottle (The Police song) (track 9)
Mr. Blue Sky (track 2)
Oliver’s Army (track 6)
Seasons in the Sun (track 15)
So You Win Again (track 4)
Vincent (Starry Starry Night) (track 12)
A Horse With No Name (1971) (track 14)
Maggie May (1971) (track 10)
Lean on Me (1972) (track 16)
The Right Thing to Do (1972-09 – 1972-10) (track 17)
Band on the Run (1973-09-01 – 1973-09-23) (track 1)
I’m Not in Love (1974) (track 13)
Baker Street (1977) (track 3)
referred to in medleys:
More Stars (12″ mix) (12″ mix, duration: ~11:56 on vinyl, ~11:38 on cd) (track 14)
Swastikas on Parade (track 14)
translated version of:
Le Moribond (track 15)
version of:
Once I Had a Love (track 8)