Tracklist

CD 1
# Title Artist Rating Length
1 Make Me Smile (Come Up and See Me) Steve Harley & Cockney Rebel 5 3:59
2 You Sexy Thing Hot Chocolate 4 4:06
3 American Pie Don McLean 5 4:13
4 How Long Ace 4 3:19
5 When You're in Love With a Beautiful Woman Dr. Hook 2:54
6 I Hear You Knocking Dave Edmunds 4.5 2:48
7 Indian Reservation Don Fardon 3:26
8 Sunday Girl Blondie 4.4 3:11
9 Uptown Top Ranking Althea & Donna 3.5 3:53
10 Can't Get by Without You The Real Thing 3:22
11 Egyptian Reggae Jonathan Richman 4 2:36
12 Kung Fu Fighting Carl Douglas 4.35 3:12
13 You Won't Find Another Fool Like Me The New Seekers 3:11
14 Something Old, Something New The Fantastics 2:50
15 Love Grows (Where My Rosemary Goes) Edison Lighthouse 3.65 2:50
16 Light My Fire Amii Stewart 3:54
17 Everything I Own Ken Boothe 3:18
18 Angel Fingers (A Teen Ballad) Wizzard 4:13
19 Angel Face The Glitter Band 2:47
20 Son of My Father Chicory Tip 3:02
21 Donna 10cc 3.85 2:54
22 Do You Wanna Dance Barry Blue 3:14
23 Do You Wanna Touch Me Gary Glitter 3:16
24 Metal Guru T. Rex 5 2:24

Credits

CD 1

acoustic guitar:
Don McLean (1971-05-26) (track 3)
acoustic guitar, bass, dobro, electric guitar and tambourine:
Graham Gouldman (1972) (track 21)
acoustic guitar, electric guitar, electric piano, grand piano, mellotron, Moog and percussion:
Lol Creme (1972) (track 21)
drums (drum set):
Clem Burke (track 8)
Kevin Godley (1972) (track 21)
bass guitar:
Nigel Harrison (track 8)
membranophone:
Roy Markowitz (1971-05-26) (track 3)
guitar:
Frank Infante (track 8)
Chris Stein (track 8)
bass:
Bob Rothstein (1971-05-26) (track 3)
banjo:
Don McLean (1971-05-26) (track 3)
electric piano:
Ray Colcord (1971-05-26) (track 3)
vibraphone:
Mike Mainieri (1971-05-26) (track 3)
electric guitar:
David Spinozza (1971-05-26) (track 3)
electric guitar, Moog and slide guitar:
Eric Stewart (1972) (track 21)
percussion:
Roy Markowitz (1971-05-26) (track 3)
Kevin Godley (1972) (track 21)
keyboard:
Jimmy Destri (track 8)
piano:
Paul Griffin (American pianist, session musician) (1971-05-26) (track 3)
marimba:
Mike Mainieri (1971-05-26) (track 3)
assistant engineer:
Peter Coleman (British Engineer & Producer) (track 8)
Grey Russell (track 8)
assistant producer:
Peter Coleman (British Engineer & Producer) (track 8)
choir vocals:
composer:
John Rossall ((The Glitter Band)) (track 19)
Dave Bartholomew (track 6)
Marc Bolan (track 24)
Paul Carrack (track 4)
Carl Douglas (track 12)
David Gates (singer/songwriter, lead singer of Bread) (track 17)
Steve Harley (track 1)
Pearl King (track 6)
John D. Loudermilk (track 7)
Don McLean (track 3)
Chris Stein (track 8)
Even Stevens (singer / songwriter) (track 5)
Roy Wood (track 18)
engineer:
Peter Coleman (British Engineer & Producer) (track 8)
Tom Flye (track 3)
Eric Stewart (track 21)
lead vocals:
Deborah Harry (track 8)
lyricist:
Dave Bartholomew (track 6)
Marc Bolan (track 24)
Paul Carrack (track 4)
Carl Douglas (track 12)
David Gates (singer/songwriter, lead singer of Bread) (track 17)
Steve Harley (track 1)
Pearl King (track 6)
John D. Loudermilk (track 7)
Don McLean (track 3)
Gerry Shephard (track 19)
Chris Stein (track 8)
Even Stevens (singer / songwriter) (track 5)
Roy Wood (track 18)
mixer:
Mike Chapman (Australian producer and songwriter) (track 8)
Eric Stewart (track 21)
producer:
10cc (track 21)
John Anthony (British producer and record executive) (track 4)
Mike Chapman (Australian producer and songwriter) (track 8)
Ron Haffkine (track 5)
Tony Macaulay (track 15)
Mickie Most (English record producer) (track 2)
vocals:
Don McLean (1971-05-26) (track 3)
Bob Rothstein (1971-05-26) (track 3)
Lol Creme (1972) (track 21)
Kevin Godley (1972) (track 21)
Graham Gouldman (1972) (track 21)
Eric Stewart (1972) (track 21)
writer:
Barry Blue (singer, producer, and songwriter) (track 22)
Errol Brown (track 2)
Lol Creme (track 21)
Michael Denne (track 10)
John Densmore (track 16)
Althea Forrest (track 9)
Joe Gibbs (track 9)
Gary Glitter (track 23)
Kevin Godley (track 21)
Ken Gold (track 10)
Earl Anthony Johnson (reggae singer Earl Zero) (track 11)
Robby Krieger (American guitarist, member of The Doors) (track 16)
Mike Leander (track 23)
Tony Macaulay (tracks 13, 15)
Ray Manzarek (track 16)
Barry Mason (English songwriter) (track 15)
Jim Morrison (lead vocalist of the Doors) (track 16)
Donna Reid (track 9)
Jonathan Richman (track 11)
Ron Roker (track 22)
Gerry Shury (track 22)
Geoff Stephens (track 13)
Errol Thompson (Jamaican reggae/dub producer & engineer) (track 9)
Tony Wilson (bassist/songwriter, member of Hot Chocolate) (track 2)
phonographic copyright by:
Anchor Records (UK 70s indie label) (track 4)
Capitol Records, LLC (not for release label use!) (track 8)
Bell (50s-70s US/UK pop, later became Arista) (1970) (track 15)
Young Blood (1970) (track 7)
EMI Records Ltd. (not for release label use! UK parent of EMI-owned labels until Sept 2012) (1971) (track 6)
Warner Bros. Records Inc. (not for release label use, company behind the “WB Records” imprint) (1972) (track 24)
Wizard Artists Ltd. (1972) (track 24)
Strawberry Productions (1973) (track 21)
Minder Records (1974) (track 4)
EMI Records Ltd. (not for release label use! UK parent of EMI-owned labels until Sept 2012) (1975) (track 2)
Capitol Records (imprint of Capitol Records, Inc.) (2001) (track 8)
Jonathan King Enterprises Ltd. (2007) (track 21)
Union Square Music Ltd. (for copyright use only, holding company of Union Square Music) (2015) (track 4)
publisher:
ATV Music Ltd. (track 22)
BMG Monarch (track 8)
Chrysalis Music (music publisher, ASCAP-affiliated) ( – ????) (track 8)
Doors Music Company (track 16)
EMI Music Publishing (do not use as a release label!) (track 5)
EMI Tunes Ltd (track 19)
EMI Virgin Music Ltd. (do not use this as a release label!) (track 9)
MCA Music (not for release label use! this is a music publisher, ASCAP-affiliated) (track 3)
Minder Music Ltd. (track 4)
Screen Gems-EMI Music Ltd. (tracks 5, 10, 17)
Universal (plain logo: “Universal”) (track 3)
Universal Music Publishing Ltd. (Hong Kong/China subsidiary of Universal Music Publishing Group) (track 3)
Universal Records (1996–2005 American pop label – “RECORDS” must be a part of the logo!) (track 3)
WATANABE MUSIC PUBLISHING CO., LTD. (Japanese publisher, 1962–present) (track 12)
Westminster Music (track 24)
St. Anne’s Music Ltd. (1973) (track 21)
mixed at:
Forum Studio (Recording and mixing studio, located in Covington, Kentucky, USA) in Covington, Kentucky, United States (track 8)
recorded at:
The Record Plant (New York) in Manhattan, New York, New York, United States (1978-06 – 1978-07) (track 8)
DJ-mixes:
Dance Mix One by Dakeyne (tracks 2, 12)
edits:
has remixes:
mash-ups:
sampled by:
International Affair by Mark Ronson featuring Sean Paul & Tweet (track 9)
Kung Fu Fighting by Bus Stop (track 12)
Kung Fu Fighting by Bus Stop (track 12)
part of:
TV Cream: Real 100 Best Singles Ever (number: 18) (track 1)
cover recording of:
Everything I Own (track 17)
Light My Fire (track 16)
is the basis for:
Elizabete (track 16)
What You Got (track 9)
later parody versions:
Kung Fu Fighting (track 12)
Parable Guy (track 3)
The Saga Begins (Parody) (track 3)
later translated parody versions:
later translated versions:
I hea di klopfn (track 6)
Kung Fu taistelee (track 12)
Ossi Reservation (track 7)
Scharfes Ding (track 2)
Tan sols (track 4)
later versions:
Feu de paille (track 3)
Kung Fu Fighting (Bus Stop version) (track 12)
part of:
Million Dollar Quartet (jukebox musical, book by Floyd Mutrux and Colin Escott) (track 6)
Oh Yeah! (track 23)
recording of:
Angel Face (track 19)
Angel Fingers (track 18)
Do You Wanna Dance? (track 22)
Egyptian Reggae (track 11)
How Long? (track 4)
Kung Fu Fighting (track 12)
Metal Guru (track 24)
Sunday Girl (track 8)
Uptown Top Ranking (track 9)
American Pie (1971-05-26) (track 3)
Donna (1972) (track 21)
You Sexy Thing (1975) (track 2)
referred to in medleys: