Tracklist

CD 1
# Title Artist Rating Length
1 Billy Jean
Michael Jackson 4.45 4:56
2 Guilty
Barbra Streisand & Barry Gibb 2 4:23
3 Because You Loved Me
Céline Dion 3.5 4:34
4 Just the Way You Are
Billy Joel 5 3:31
5 Everywhere
Fleetwood Mac 2.5 3:43
6 Wishing Well
Terence Trent D’Arby 3 3:33
7 You Win Again
Bee Gees 3 3:55
8 Doo Wop (That Thing)
Lauryn Hill 3 4:01
9 Hungry Heart
Bruce Springsteen 3.35 3:20
10 Girls Just Want to Have Fun
Cyndi Lauper 3:55
11 Lowdown
Boz Scaggs 3:17
12 Keep On Loving You
REO Speedwagon 4.15 3:21
13 You Gotta Be
Des’ree 2 4:05
14 Don’t Bring Me Down
Electric Light Orchestra 4.8 4:03
15 Virtual Insanity
Jamiroquai 3:47
16 Open Arms
Journey 3.35 3:19
17 Your Smiling Face
James Taylor 5 2:44
18 My All
Mariah Carey 3.4 3:51
19 Purple Rain
Prince & The Revolution 4.1 8:41
CD 2
# Title Artist Rating Length
1 Careless Whisper
Wham! feat. George Michael 5 5:01
2 Smooth Operator
Sade 4.65 4:16
3 The Right Thing
Simply Red 3 4:18
4 Rosanna
Toto 4:02
5 Black or White
Michael Jackson 3 3:21
6 Gettin’ Jiggy Wit It
Will Smith 5 3:48
7 Take On Me
a‐ha 4.45 3:47
8 Anything for You
Gloria Estefan & Miami Sound Machine 3:44
9 A Horse With No Name
America 4.35 4:09
10 Heartlight
Neil Diamond 4:24
11 You
Ten Sharp 4:23
12 In the Air Tonight
Phil Collins 4.25 5:23
13 Dream On
Aerosmith 5 3:22
14 Eternal Flame
Bangles 4 3:56
15 Shake Your Body (Down to the Ground)
The Jacksons 4 3:44
16 To All the Girls I’ve Loved Before
Willie Nelson & Julio Iglesias 3:32
17 We Didn’t Start the Fire
Billy Joel 4.5 4:45
18 Play That Funky Music
Wild Cherry 5 3:11
19 How Am I Supposed to Live Without You
Michael Bolton 4:15

Credits

CD 1

acoustic guitar and electric guitar:
Steven Van Zandt (track 9)
clarinet:
Richard Tandy (track 14)
violin:
Novi Novog (1983-08-03) (track 19)
cello:
David Coleman (American cellist & composer) (1983-08-03) (track 19)
Suzie Katayama (1983-08-03) (track 19)
drums (drum set):
Bev Bevan (track 14)
Simon Franglen (track 3)
Steve Smith (American drummer) (track 16)
Max Weinberg (track 9)
Bobby Z. (1983-08-03) (track 19)
drums (drum set) and percussion:
Steve Smith (American drummer) (track 16)
bass guitar:
Kelly Groucutt (track 14)
Louis Johnson (bass, member of Brothers Johnson) (track 1)
Ross Valory (track 16)
Brown Mark (1983-08-03) (track 19)
strings arranger:
Ashley Ingram (track 13)
Jeff Lynne (track 14)
Richard Tandy (track 14)
David Campbell (US based Canadian violinist, composer, conductor and arranger) (track 17)
Lisa Coleman (US pianist/keyboardist & composer) (track 19)
Jerry Hey (track 1)
Prince (“The Artist Formerly Known as…”) (track 19)
Louis Clark (track 14)
viola:
Novi Novog (1983-08-03) (track 19)
membranophone:
Preston Heyman (track 6)
membranophone programming:
Kevin Clarke (track 13)
Rhett Lawrence (track 7)
synthesizer:
Jeff Lynne (track 14)
Richard Tandy (track 14)
Bill Wolfer (track 1)
synthesizer arranger:
Michael Jackson (“King of Pop”) (track 1)
synthesizer programming:
Bill Wolfer (track 1)
organ:
Danny Federici (track 9)
guitar:
Barry Gibb (track 7)
Pete Glenister (track 6)
Bruce Springsteen (track 9)
Michael Thompson (session guitarist) (track 3)
Steven Van Zandt (track 9)
Neal Schon (track 16)
Wendy Melvoin (1983-08-03) (track 19)
bass:
Phil Spalding (track 6)
Garry Tallent (track 9)
Ross Valory (track 16)
bass and keyboard:
Ashley Ingram (track 13)
synclavier programming:
Simon Franglen (track 3)
hi-hat [Wicked Hi-Hat]:
Clive Mngaza (track 6)
electric piano:
Richard Tandy (track 14)
electric guitar:
Jeff Lynne (track 14)
percussion:
Bev Bevan (track 14)
Bobby Z. (1983-08-03) (track 19)
percussion and synthesizer arranger:
Michael Jackson (“King of Pop”) (track 1)
percussion and saxophone:
Clarence Clemons (track 9)
keyboard:
Jonathan Cain (track 16)
Robbie Kondor (track 7)
Maurice Gibb (track 7)
David Foster (Canadian music producer, arranger and composer) (track 3)
Matt Fink (1983-08-03) (track 19)
Lisa Coleman (US pianist/keyboardist & composer) (1983-08-03) (track 19)
keyboard and synthesizer:
Walter Afanasieff (track 18)
keyboard and piano:
Jonathan Cain (track 16)
saxophone:
Clarence Clemons (track 9)
Rhodes piano and synthesizer:
Greg Phillinganes (track 1)
piano:
Jeff Lynne (track 14)
Richard Tandy (track 14)
Roy Bittan (track 9)
baritone saxophone, keyboard and percussion:
Terence Trent D’Arby (now known as Sananda Maitreya) (track 6)
12 string guitar, electric guitar and harmonica:
Bruce Springsteen (track 9)
guitar family:
David Williams (Guitarist) (track 1)
additional drums (drum set) and keyboard:
Dan Shea (track 18)
additional mastering:
Bob Ludwig (mastering engineer) (track 9)
additional vocals:
Brown Mark (1983-08-03) (track 19)
Matt Fink (1983-08-03) (track 19)
Wendy Melvoin (1983-08-03) (track 19)
Lisa Coleman (US pianist/keyboardist & composer) (1983-08-03) (track 19)
arranger:
Walter Afanasieff (track 18)
Mariah Carey (track 18)
The Revolution (founded by Prince) (track 19)
Terence Trent D’Arby (now known as Sananda Maitreya) (track 6)
Prince (“The Artist Formerly Known as…”) (track 19)
assistant engineer:
Mark Agostino (track 3)
Kyle Bess (track 3)
Dana Bisbee (track 9)
Paul Boutin (track 3)
Chris Brooke (track 3)
Ian Dalsemer (track 18)
Peter Doell (track 3)
James A. Farber (sound engineer) (track 9)
Jeff Hendrickson (track 9)
Garry Rindfuss (track 9)
Raymond Willard (track 9)
background vocals:
Jonathan Cain (track 16)
Clarence Clemons (track 9)
Ross Valory (track 16)
Steven Van Zandt (track 9)
Roy Bittan (track 9)
Terry Bradford (1990 Star Search male vocalist champion) (track 3)
Alex Brown (US soul vocalist, member of Raelets) (track 3)
Bridgette Bryant (track 3)
Alanna Capps (track 3)
Flo & Eddie (track 9)
Maurice Gibb (track 7)
Robin Gibb (track 7)
Philip Ingram (track 3)
Kofi (track 3)
Maxann Lewis (track 3)
Neal Schon (track 16)
Will Wheaton (track 3)
Carl Carwell (track 3)
Sue Ann Carwell (track 3)
background vocals and lead vocals:
Terence Trent D’Arby (now known as Sananda Maitreya) (track 6)
background vocals arranger:
Carl Carwell (track 3)
Sue Ann Carwell (track 3)
David Foster (Canadian music producer, arranger and composer) (track 3)
choir vocals:
Kelly Groucutt (track 14)
Jeff Lynne (track 14)
choir vocals arranger:
Jeff Lynne (track 14)
Richard Tandy (track 14)
Louis Clark (track 14)
co-producer:
Des’ree (track 13)
Ashley Ingram (track 13)
Michael Jackson (“King of Pop”) (track 1)
composer:
Walter Afanasieff (track 18)
Mariah Carey (track 18)
Barry Gibb (track 7)
Robert Hazard (track 10)
Lauryn Hill (track 8)
Michael Jackson (“King of Pop”) (track 1)
Billy Joel (track 4)
Jeff Lynne (track 14)
Christine McVie (track 5)
Sean Oliver (track 6)
Diane Warren (US songwriter) (track 3)
Kevin Cronin (track 12)
Terence Trent D’Arby (now known as Sananda Maitreya) (track 6)
Maurice Gibb (track 7)
Robin Gibb (track 7)
Prince (“The Artist Formerly Known as…”) (track 19)
James Taylor (singer-songwriter and guitarist) (track 17)
Bruce Springsteen (1979 – 1980) (track 9)
conductor:
Louis Clark (track 14)
Jeremy Lubbock (track 1)
engineer:
Dana Jon Chappelle (track 18)
Felipe Elgueta (track 3)
Mike Scott (Production music composer/engineer a.k.a. "The Wizard") (track 18)
executive producer:
Jon Avnet (American director, writer and producer) (track 3)
instruments:
Prince (“The Artist Formerly Known as…”) (1983-08-03) (track 19)
lead vocals:
Mariah Carey (track 18)
Barry Gibb (track 7)
Michael Jackson (“King of Pop”) (track 1)
Jeff Lynne (track 14)
Steve Perry (former lead singer of Journey) (track 16)
Céline Dion (track 3)
lyricist:
Mariah Carey (track 18)
Barry Gibb (track 7)
Robert Hazard (track 10)
Lauryn Hill (track 8)
Michael Jackson (“King of Pop”) (track 1)
Billy Joel (track 4)
Jeff Lynne (track 14)
Christine McVie (track 5)
Diane Warren (US songwriter) (track 3)
Kevin Cronin (track 12)
Terence Trent D’Arby (now known as Sananda Maitreya) (track 6)
Maurice Gibb (track 7)
Robin Gibb (track 7)
Prince (“The Artist Formerly Known as…”) (track 19)
James Taylor (singer-songwriter and guitarist) (track 17)
Bruce Springsteen (1979 – 1980) (track 9)
mixer:
Bob Clearmountain (track 9)
Val Garay (track 17)
Humberto Gatica (track 3)
Mick Guzauski (track 18)
Chuck Plotkin (track 9)
Toby Scott (recording engineer, mixer and record producer) (track 9)
Mark “Spike” Stent (producer, engineer) (track 13)
Phil Legg (track 6)
Bruce Swedien (track 1)
performer:
Prince (“The Artist Formerly Known as…”) (1983-08-03) (track 19)
The Revolution (founded by Prince) (1983-08-03) (track 19)
phonographic copyright by:
Bruce Springsteen (1980) (track 9)
producer:
Walter Afanasieff (track 18)
Peter Asher (track 17)
Lindsey Buckingham (track 5)
Mariah Carey (track 18)
Richard Dashut (track 5)
Kevin Elson (track 16)
Quincy Jones (track 1)
Jon Landau (track 9)
Jeff Lynne (track 14)
The Revolution (founded by Prince) (track 19)
Bruce Springsteen (track 9)
Mike Stone (producer 60’s–80’s) (track 16)
Martyn Ware (track 6)
Steven Van Zandt (track 9)
Terence Trent D’Arby (now known as Sananda Maitreya) (track 6)
Prince (“The Artist Formerly Known as…”) (track 19)
David Foster (Canadian music producer, arranger and composer) (track 3)
programming:
Walter Afanasieff (track 18)
Dan Shea (track 18)
recording engineer:
Val Garay (track 17)
Humberto Gatica (track 3)
Neil Dorfsman (track 9)
Phil Legg (track 6)
Bruce Swedien (track 1)
David Leonard (US producer and engineer) (1983) (track 19)
David Rivkin (producer/engineer David Rivkin) (1983) (track 19)
vocals:
Barry Gibb (track 2)
Bruce Springsteen (track 9)
Barbra Streisand (track 2)
Prince (“The Artist Formerly Known as…”) (1983-08-03) (track 19)
writer:
Wallis Buchanan (track 15)
Jonathan Cain (track 16)
Des’ree (track 13)
Barry Gibb (track 2)
Ashley Ingram (track 13)
Simon Katz (songwriter and multi-instrumentalist) (track 15)
Jason Kay (English singer, Jamiroquai) (track 15)
Derrick McKenzie (track 15)
David Paich (track 11)
Steve Perry (former lead singer of Journey) (track 16)
Boz Scaggs (track 11)
Toby Smith (track 15)
Stuart Zender (track 15)
Maurice Gibb (track 2)
Robin Gibb (track 2)
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) (1977) (track 17)
CBS Records Inc. (for rights/distribution/manufacture use only; international subsidiary of CBS, Inc.) (1979) (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) (1979) (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) (1980) (tracks 2, 12)
CBS Records Inc. (for rights/distribution/manufacture use only; international subsidiary of CBS, Inc.) (1981) (track 16)
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 16)
MJJ Productions Inc. (rights holder, not an imprint) (1982) (track 1)
WEA International Inc. (not for release label use! copyrights holder, distributor for the world outside of the US) (1984) (track 19)
Warner Bros. Records Inc. (not for release label use, company behind the “WB Records” imprint) (1984) (track 19)
Sony Music Entertainment Inc. (not for release label use! company owned by Sony Corporation of America from 1991–2004; operated worldwide except in JP) (1997) (track 18)
NPG Records, Inc. (2017) (track 19)
publisher:
Because Éditions (track 19)
Bright Music Ltd. (track 5)
Controversy Music (track 19)
EMI Music Publishing Ltd. (tracks 4, 15)
EMI Songs Ltd. (tracks 4, 14)
Fate Music (track 12)
Impulsive Music (track 4)
Island Music Ltd. (track 19)
Jet Music Inc. (track 14)
Joelsongs (track 4)
Mijac Music (track 1)
Sony/ATV Songs LLC (track 18)
Sony/ATV Tunes LLC (tracks 10, 18)
Wallyworld Music (track 18)
Warner‐Tamerlane Publishing Corp. (publisher; do NOT use as release label) (track 1)
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 16)
大洋音楽 (track 12)
engineered at:
Sunset Sound in Hollywood, Los Angeles, California, United States (1983-08 – 1983-09) (track 19)
mixed at:
recorded at:
First Avenue (Minneapolis nightclub) in Minneapolis, Minnesota, United States (1983-08-03) (track 19)
Capitol Studios (Hollywood, CA) in Hollywood, Los Angeles, California, United States (1995) (track 3)
edit of:
mash-ups:
Pop Culture by Madeon (track 1)
Shit by Neil Cicierega (track 14)
Wishing Well / Fix Up, Look Sharp (part of “A Bugged Out Mix by Hot Chip” DJ-mix) by Terence Trent D’Arby / Dizzee Rascal (track 6)
sampled by:
Billie Jean (The Legendary Performance from Motown 25: Yesterday, Today and Forever) (live dancing, 1983-03-25: Pasadena Civic Auditorium, CA, USA) by Michael Jackson (track 1)
Got to Give It Up by Aaliyah (track 1)
Tittenmaus by Die Ärzte (track 19)
part of:
The Rolling Stone Magazine’s 500 Greatest Songs of All Time (as at 2016-06-10) (number: 58) (track 1)
is the basis for:
Det driter jeg i (track 10)
later parody versions:
Don't Bring Me Cows (track 14)
Keep on Loving Ruth (track 12)
The Prostitute Song (track 17)
later translated parody versions:
Bleibt net stehn (track 19)
later translated versions:
Creies en mi (track 3)
El amor que soñé (track 16)
Viel zu heiß (track 7)
可會有明天 (track 4)
later versions:
I’m Billie Jean (track 1)
live recording of:
Purple Rain (1983-08-03) (track 19)
recording of:
Billie Jean (track 1)
Hungry Heart (track 9)
Just the Way You Are (Billy Joel song) (track 4)
Keep On Loving You (track 12)
Lowdown (track 11)
My All (track 18)
Open Arms (track 16)
Virtual Insanity (track 15)
Wishing Well (track 6)
You Gotta Be (track 13)
You Win Again (track 7)
Your Smiling Face (track 17)
Guilty (1980) (track 2)
Everywhere (Fleetwood Mac song) (1987) (track 5)
Because You Loved Me (1996) (track 3)

CD 2

recorded in:
Los Angeles, California, United States (1978-08) (track 15)
acoustic guitar:
Dewey Bunnell (1971) (track 9)
other instruments [sound effects]:
Doug Kleeger (track 17)
electric bass guitar:
Schuyler Deale (track 17)
electric bass guitar [bass]:
Michael Steele (American bassist, guitarist, songwriter, and singer) (track 14)
drums (drum set):
Liberty DeVitto (US drummer) (track 17)
Debbi Peterson (track 14)
Ed Green (US violinist/percussionist) (1978-08) (track 15)
bass guitar:
John Giblin (1980) (track 12)
violin family:
Sharokav (1980) (track 12)
membranophone:
Kim Haworth (1971) (track 9)
synthesizer:
Jeff Jacobs (track 17)
Mike Boddicker (1978-08) (track 15)
Greg Phillinganes (1978-08) (track 15)
Clavinet:
Billy Joel (track 17)
guitar:
David Brown (guitarist for Billy Joel) (track 17)
Joey Hunting (track 17)
Slash (Guns N’ Roses guitarist) (track 5)
Tito Jackson (1978-08) (track 15)
Daryl Stuermer (1980) (track 12)
guitar [lead guitar]:
Vicki Peterson (track 14)
guitar [rhythm guitar]:
Susanna Hoffs (track 14)
bass:
Dan Peek (1971) (track 9)
percussion:
Liberty DeVitto (US drummer) (track 17)
Crystal Taliefero (track 17)
Billy Joel (track 17)
Ray Cooper (percussionist) (1971) (track 9)
Paulinho da Costa (1978-08) (track 15)
percussion [electronic percussion]:
Sammy Merendino (track 17)
keyboard:
John Mahoney (R&B/jazz keyboardist) (track 17)
Mike Boddicker (1978-08) (track 15)
Greg Phillinganes (1978-08) (track 15)
keyboard programming:
Kevin Jones (Keyboard & Synth) (track 17)
drum machine, drums (drum set), Rhodes piano, synthesizer and vocoder:
Phil Collins (of Genesis) (1980) (track 12)
12 string guitar:
Gerry Beckley (1971) (track 9)
additional engineer:
Ken Felton (track 14)
additional lyricist:
Bill Bottrell (track 5)
additional producer:
America (track 9)
Jeff Dexter (track 9)
arranger:
Doug Kleeger (track 17)
George Michael (track 1)
assistant engineer:
Dana Becker (track 17)
Tim Crish (track 17)
David Dorn (track 17)
Suzanne Hollander (track 17)
Nick Launay (track 12)
Joe Pirerra (track 17)
Karen Segal (track 12)
Gary Solomon (track 17)
assistant producer:
Hugh Padgham (track 12)
background vocals:
Crystal Taliefero (track 17)
Tito Jackson (1978-08) (track 15)
Jackie Jackson (member of the Jackson 5) (1978-08) (track 15)
Marlon Jackson (1978-08) (track 15)
Randy Jackson (brother of Michael and Janet) (1978-08) (track 15)
composer:
Sade Adu (track 2)
Dewey Bunnell (track 9)
Mick Hucknall (lead singer of Simply Red) (track 3)
Michael Jackson (“King of Pop”) (track 5)
David Paich (track 4)
Robert Parissi (track 18)
Raymond St. John (track 2)
Steven Tyler (track 13)
Phil Collins (of Genesis) (track 12)
Gloria M. Estefan (track 8)
Billy Joel (track 17)
George Michael (track 1)
Andrew Ridgeley (track 1)
engineer:
John Arias (engineer) (track 10)
Robin Black (engineer) (track 9)
Humberto Gatica (track 10)
Mick Guzauski (track 10)
Jay Healy (track 17)
Hugh Padgham (track 12)
Ken Scott (UK record producer & engineer) (track 9)
Allen Sides (track 10)
lead vocals:
Michael Jackson (“King of Pop”) (track 5)
Billy Joel (track 17)
Dewey Bunnell (1971) (track 9)
Michael Jackson (“King of Pop”) (1978-08) (track 15)
lyricist:
Sade Adu (track 2)
Dewey Bunnell (track 9)
Mick Hucknall (lead singer of Simply Red) (track 3)
Michael Jackson (“King of Pop”) (track 5)
David Paich (track 4)
Robert Parissi (track 18)
Raymond St. John (track 2)
Steven Tyler (track 13)
Phil Collins (of Genesis) (track 12)
Gloria M. Estefan (track 8)
Billy Joel (track 17)
George Michael (track 1)
Andrew Ridgeley (track 1)
mixer:
Frank Filipetti (track 14)
Tom Lord‐Alge (track 17)
John Ratcliff (track 7)
a‐ha (track 7)
producer:
America (track 9)
Burt Bacharach (track 10)
Jeff Dexter (track 9)
Neil Diamond (track 10)
Michael Jackson (“King of Pop”) (track 5)
Mick Jones (Foreigner/Spooky Tooth) (track 17)
R. Kelly (track 5)
George Martin (track 9)
Poke and Tone (track 6)
Carole Bayer Sager (track 10)
Ian Samwell (track 9)
Davitt Sigerson (track 14)
Alan Tarney (track 7)
Phil Collins (of Genesis) (track 12)
Billy Joel (track 17)
George Michael (track 1)
recording engineer:
John Beverly Jones (track 14)
remixer:
George Martin (track 9)
vocals:
George Michael (track 1)
Phil Collins (of Genesis) (1980) (track 12)
writer:
Samuel Barnes (track 6)
Michael Bolton (track 19)
Hal David (track 16)
Bernard Edwards (track 6)
Magne Furuholmen (track 7)
Albert Hammond (track 16)
Morten Harket (track 7)
Susanna Hoffs (track 14)
Michael Jackson (“King of Pop”) (track 15)
Randy Jackson (brother of Michael and Janet) (track 15)
Doug James (Songwriter / Composer / Keyboards) (track 19)
Tom Kelly (songwriter) (track 14)
Joey Robinson, Jr. (US Electro funk/hip hop producer, songwriter & engineer) (track 6)
Nile Rodgers (track 6)
Will Smith (US actor aka The Fresh Prince) (track 6)
Billy Steinberg (track 14)
Burt Bacharach (1982) (track 10)
Neil Diamond (1982) (track 10)
Carole Bayer Sager (1982) (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) (1976) (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) (1988) (track 14)
CBS Records Inc. (for rights/distribution/manufacture use only; international subsidiary of CBS, Inc.) (1989) (track 17)
publisher:
ATV Music Ltd. (track 7)
Bangophile Music (track 14)
Daksel Music Corp. (track 13)
Denise Barry Music (track 14)
EMI Songs Ltd. (track 14)
Is Hot Music Ltd. (track 19)
Mijac Music (track 15)
Ranjack Music (track 15)
Sony/ATV Tunes LLC (track 14)
Spirit Two Music (track 4)
Universal Music Publishing Group Japan (work publisher - do NOT use as a release label) (track 14)
Universal/MCA Music Ltd. (not for release label use!) (track 18)
Warner Chappell Music Ltd. (tracks 14–15)
mixed at:
recorded at:
Morgan Studios (Morgan Sound Studios) in Willesden, Brent, London, England, United Kingdom (1971) (track 9)
has remixes:
Careless Whisper (Kizomba Remix by Dj Radikal) (Kizomba Remix by Dj Radikal) by George Michael (2015-09-30) (track 1)
mash-ups:
Crank on Me by Sean Peden (track 7)
In the House Tonight by dj BC (track 12)
We Will Rock On by G3RSt (track 13)
sampled by:
Dance & Shout by Shaggy (track 15)
I Can Feel It by DMX (track 12)
In the Air by Cookin’ Soul & Le$ (track 12)
Loverboy by Big Dipper Feat. Roy Kinsey (track 2)
One Mic by Nas (track 12)
samples:
is the basis for:
Corporate Trash (track 7)
In the Air (track 12)
Play That Funky Music (Vanilla Ice version) (track 18)
Vil ha deg (track 14)
later parody versions:
Black or White (“Weird Al” Yankovic Parody) (track 5)
Black or White (Badesalz parody) (track 5)
Boy With Horse Teeth (written for Howard Stern show performance) (track 9)
Hosanna (track 4)
James 1:3 (track 7)
Osama (track 4)
Play Funky (track 18)
Snack All Night (track 5)
Take On Me (Literal Video Version) (track 7)
We Didn't Start the Flame War (First post. Fucking gay. Second post. Go away.) (track 17)
Willie’s Cats (track 16)
later translated parody versions:
Bassena (track 4)
later translated versions:
ETERNAL FLAME (Kozo Endo's translation) (track 14)
Eternal Flame (Japanese version) (track 14)
How Am I Supposed to Live Without You (Japanese version) (track 19)
夢幻的擁抱 (track 1)
心死 (track 19)
無心快語 (track 1)
later versions:
recording of:
Anything for You (track 8)
Dream On (track 13)
Eternal Flame (track 14)
Rosanna (track 4)
Smooth Operator (track 2)
Take On Me (track 7)
The Right Thing (track 3)
A Horse With No Name (1971) (track 9)
In the Air Tonight (1980) (track 12)
Heartlight (1982) (track 10)
Careless Whisper (1984) (track 1)
Black or White (1991) (track 5)
referred to in medleys:
4 Chords (Unicante 2013 version) (track 7)
Bellas Regionals (track 14)
More Stars ("More Stars" (12" Mix) - 11:53) (track 9)
Eternal Flame (Unicante medley) (track 14)