Tracklist

CD 1
# Title Artist Rating Length
1 We Are the Champions Queen ?:??
2 I Was Made for Lovin’ You KISS 4.75 ?:??
3 Saturday Night Bay City Rollers ?:??
4 Venus Shocking Blue 4.25 ?:??
5 Dancing Queen ABBA 4.35 ?:??
6 Y.M.C.A. Village People ?:??
7 I’ll Be There The Jackson 5 ?:??
8 Your Song Elton John 5 ?:??
9 I’m Not in Love 10cc ?:??
10 Signed, Sealed, Delivered (I’m Yours) Stevie Wonder 5 ?:??
11 Get It On T. Rex ?:??
12 Theme From Mahogany (Do You Know Where You’re Going To?) Diana Ross ?:??
13 Hot Stuff Donna Summer ?:??
14 Tout, tout pour ma chérie Michel Polnareff ?:??
15 Get Up (I Feel Like Being a) Sex Machine James Brown ?:??
16 Heart of Glass Blondie ?:??
17 The Loco‐Motion Grand Funk Railroad ?:??
18 Sky High Jigsaw 5 ?:??
19 Dance With Me Orleans ?:??
20 Lovin’ You Minnie Riperton 3 ?:??
CD 2
# Title Artist Rating Length
1 What’s Going On Marvin Gaye ?:??
2 Can’t Give You Anything (but My Love) The Stylistics 1 ?:??
3 Carry On Wayward Son Kansas ?:??
4 Alone Again Gilbert O’Sullivan 5 ?:??
5 Theme From Love Story Francis Lai ?:??
6 Love Will Keep Us Together Captain & Tennille ?:??
7 Maggie May Rod Stewart ?:??
8 I Was Made for Dancin’ Leif Garrett ?:??
9 That’s the Way a Woman Is The Messengers ?:??
10 Sugar Baby Love The Rubettes ?:??
11 I Will Survive Gloria Gaynor 3.85 ?:??
12 Hello, Mr. Monkey Arabesque ?:??
13 I’ve Never Been to Me Charlene ?:??
14 Joy to the World Three Dog Night 4.5 ?:??
15 Show Me the Way Peter Frampton ?:??
16 The Boys Are Back in Town Thin Lizzy ?:??
17 Since You Been Gone Rainbow 4.15 ?:??
18 You Are So Beautiful Joe Cocker 4 ?:??
19 Love Is the Drug Roxy Music 5 ?:??
20 Mandom - Lovers of the World Jerry Wallace ?:??

Credits

CD 1

violin:
Martin Bylund (Swedish violinist) (1976-09-12) (track 5)
Anders Dahl (Swedish violinist) (1976-09-12) (track 5)
Lars Stegenberg (Swedish violinist) (1976-09-12) (track 5)
Gunnar Michols (Swedish violinist) (1976-09-12) (track 5)
Claes Nilsson (Swedish violinist) (1976-09-12) (track 5)
Bertil Orsin (Swedish violinist) (1976-09-12) (track 5)
Sixten Strömvall (Swedish violinist) (1976-09-12) (track 5)
Harry Teike (1976-09-12) (track 5)
Krzysztof Zdrzalka (Swedish violinist) (1976-09-12) (track 5)
cello:
Hans‐Göran Eketorp (Swedish cellist) (1976-09-12) (track 5)
Åke Olofsson (Swedish cellist) (1976-09-12) (track 5)
drums (drum set):
Des Dyer (track 18)
Anton Fig (track 2)
Roger Palm (1976-12-03) (track 5)
strings arranger:
Sven-Olof Walldoff (track 5)
viola:
Åke Arvinder (Swedish violist) (1976-09-12) (track 5)
Lars Brolin (1976-09-12) (track 5)
Håkan Roos (Swedish violist) (1976-09-12) (track 5)
bass:
Rutger Gunnarsson (1976) (track 5)
brass and strings arranger:
Horace Ott (track 6)
keyboard:
Vini Poncia (track 2)
bell:
Felipe Rose (track 6)
arranger:
Benny Andersson (ABBA) (track 5)
Björn Ulvaeus (track 5)
Paul Riser (track 10)
assistant engineer:
Jim Galante (track 2)
Jon Mathias (engineer) (track 2)
background vocals:
Vini Poncia (track 2)
composer:
John Hall (US guitarist/vocalist for Orleans, later US congressman) (track 19)
Elton John (track 8)
Jacques Morali (track 6)
Robbie van Leeuwen (track 4)
Freddie Mercury (track 1)
Michel Polnareff (track 14)
conductor:
Horace Ott (track 6)
Anthony King (songwriter, arranger) (track 14)
engineer:
Michael B. Tretow (track 5)
lead vocals:
Des Dyer (track 18)
Paul Stanley (KISS frontman) (track 2)
Victor Willis (track 6)
Stevie Wonder (1970) (track 10)
Agnetha Fältskog (1976-09) (track 5)
Anni-Frid Lyngstad (1976-09) (track 5)
lyricist:
Henri Belolo (track 6)
Johanna Hall (track 19)
Robbie van Leeuwen (track 4)
Freddie Mercury (track 1)
Michel Polnareff (track 14)
Bernie Taupin (track 8)
Victor Willis (track 6)
mixer:
Jay Messina (track 2)
producer:
Benny Andersson (ABBA) (track 5)
Jacques Morali (track 6)
Vini Poncia (track 2)
Björn Ulvaeus (track 5)
Stevie Wonder (track 10)
recording engineer:
Jay Messina (track 2)
vocals:
Minnie Riperton (track 20)
Alex Briley (track 6)
David "Scar" Hodo (track 6)
Glenn Hughes (singer for The Village People) (track 6)
Randy Jones (Village People) (track 6)
Michel Polnareff (track 14)
Felipe Rose (track 6)
writer:
Stig Anderson (track 5)
Benny Andersson (ABBA) (track 5)
Pete Bellotte (track 13)
James Brown (“The Godfather of Soul”) (track 15)
Bobby Byrd (African-American funk/soul/gospel songwriter & producer) (track 15)
Desmond Child (track 2)
Phil Coulter (track 3)
Des Dyer (track 18)
Harold Faltermeyer (track 13)
Keith Forsey (track 13)
Lee Garrett (track 10)
Lula Mae Hardaway (track 10)
Deborah Harry (track 16)
Ron Lenhoff (track 15)
Bill Martin (Scottish songwriter & producer) (track 3)
Vini Poncia (track 2)
Minnie Riperton (track 20)
Richard Rudolph (track 20)
Clive Scott (Jigsaw keyboard player Clive Kenneth Scott, 1945-2009) (track 18)
Paul Stanley (KISS frontman) (track 2)
Chris Stein (track 16)
Syreeta (track 10)
Björn Ulvaeus (track 5)
Stevie Wonder (track 10)
phonographic copyright by:
Polar Music AB (1976) (track 5)
Casablanca Record & FilmWorks, Inc. (not for release label use, for copyrights use only) (1979) (track 2)
Capitol Records, Inc. (not for release label use; company behind the “Capitol Records” imprint) (1993) (track 20)
produced for:
publisher:
BMG Monarch (track 16)
Black Bull Music (track 10)
Bocu Music Ltd. (track 5)
Can’t Stop Music (US work publisher, affiliated with BMI) (track 6)
Chrysalis Music (music publisher, ASCAP-affiliated) (track 16)
Desmobile Inc. (track 2)
Dick James Music Ltd. (renamed Universal/Dick James Music Ltd. since 1999‐07‐30) ( – ????) (track 8)
EMI Music Publishing (do not use as a release label!) (track 5)
KISS (publisher for the rock band KISS, formerly KISS Songs Inc.) ( – ????) (track 2)
Ma Music Inc. (track 14)
Mad Vincent Music ( – ????) (track 2)
Mews Music Ltd. (track 3)
Queen Music Ltd. (track 1)
Sawandi Music (track 10)
Scorpio Music (French label) (track 6)
Siren Songs (track 19)
Union Songs Music (track 5)
Universal Music Publishing France (not for release label use!) (track 2)
Universal Polygram International Publishing I (existed only since ca. 1998) (track 2)
Universal/Dick James Music Ltd. (fka Dick James Music Ltd.) (track 8)
WATANABE MUSIC PUBLISHING CO., LTD. (Japanese publisher, 1962–present) (track 14)
WB Music Corp. (ASCAP) (track 13)
ミュージック・セールス (Japan, subsidiary of Shinko Music Entertainment) (track 20)
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 13)
大洋音楽 (tracks 2, 10)
EMI Waterford Music (1976 –) (track 5)
Universal PolyGram International Publishing, Inc. (existed only since ca. 1998) (1976 –) (track 5)
premiered at:
Kungliga Operan in Stockholm, Stockholms län, Sweden (1976-06-18) (track 5)
recorded at:
KMH Studios in Stockholm, Stockholms län, Sweden (1976-12-03) (track 5)
edits:
I Was Made for Lovin’ You (7″ single edit) by KISS (track 2)
I Was Made for Lovin’ You (Killers edit) by KISS (track 2)
has remixes:
I Was Made for Lovin’ You (12″ extended mix) by KISS (track 2)
mash-ups:
sampled by:
Fly With Me by 98° (track 5)
part of:
The Rolling Stone Magazine’s 500 Greatest Songs of All Time (as at 2016-06-10) (number: 171) (track 5)
is based on:
The Banjo Song (track 4)
is the basis for:
The Pitch (Spectacular Spectacular) (Moulin Rouge!) (track 8)
later parody versions:
A.N.T.S. (track 6)
Dancing Queer (track 5)
Desperate Queen (track 5)
Hanukkah (track 13)
I Was Made for Loving You (parody by Кирилл Немоляев) (track 2)
Kiss Army (track 2)
P-A-C-K (track 6)
YHWH (track 6)
Åsa Bodén (track 6)
later translated parody versions:
Corazón de vaso (track 16)
Kuumaa humppaa (track 13)
L.M.A.A. (track 6)
Minus (track 4)
Rettungssing (track 5)
later translated versions:
C'est la nuit (track 19)
DANCE WITH ME (track 19)
Heart of Glass (Japanese version) (track 16)
Kolos Srey Chaom (track 4)
Kuumaa kamaa (track 13)
La reina del baile (track 5)
Laulumme soi (track 6)
Lekker... (track 6)
Lovin’ You (Japanese version) (track 20)
Miesstrippari (track 6)
Pecori♥︎Night (Japanese version of “Saturday Night”) (track 3)
Sinun laulusi (track 8)
Somos campeones (track 1)
Tu canción (track 8)
Veenus (track 4)
Venus (Finnish) (track 4)
YMCA好知己 (track 6)
ラヴィン・ユー・ベイビー (Yoko Oginome translation) (track 2)
ヴィーナス (Yuuji Konno translation) (track 4)
ヴィーナス (Hitoshi Shinohara translation) (track 4)
ヴィーナス (Hiromi Mori translation) (track 4)
悪い夢 (track 2)
愛嘅熱力 (track 13)
輕鬆碰一碰 (track 2)
later versions:
Dancing Queen (German version) (track 5)
live recording of:
Your Song (1973-12-22) (track 8)
part of:
Mamma Mia! (track 5)
Moulin Rouge! (2001 film) (track 8)
We Will Rock You (German version of the Queen musical) (track 1)
We Will Rock You (Queen musical) (track 1)
recording of:
Dance With Me (track 19)
Heart of Glass (track 16)
Hot Stuff (track 13)
Lovin’ You (track 20)
Saturday Night (track 3)
Sky High (track 18)
Y.M.C.A. (track 6)
Tout, tout pour ma chérie (1969) (track 14)
Venus (Shocking Blue (I’m Your Venus)) (1969) (track 4)
Dancing Queen (1976) (track 5)
referred to in medleys:
Medley (Stars on 45) (track 4)
ABBA Cappella (track 5)
Stars on 45 (Beatles Medley 7″ Mix) (track 4)
Stars on 45 (12″ single) (track 4)
Polka Party! (track 4)
Elephant Love (aka Elephant Love Medley, from Moulin Rouge!) (tracks 2, 8)
translated version of:
Tout, tout pour ma chérie (english lyrics) (track 14)
version of:
Once I Had a Love (track 16)

CD 2

drums (drum set):
Cozy Powell (track 17)
bass guitar:
Roger Glover (track 17)
guitar:
Ritchie Blackmore (track 17)
keyboard:
Don Airey (track 17)
arranger:
Jean Frankfurter (German composer & producer) (track 12)
assistant engineer:
David Gallo (engineer) (track 18)
David Roberts (engineer) (track 18)
associate producer:
Freddie Perren (track 11)
composer:
Ben Juris (track 12)
Francis Lai (French composer) (track 5)
Andy Mackay (track 19)
Neil Sedaka (track 6)
Tony Waddington (track 10)
Hoyt Axton (track 14)
Russ Ballard (track 17)
Peter Frampton (track 15)
Kerry Livgren (track 3)
conductor:
Jean Frankfurter (German composer & producer) (track 12)
engineer:
Michael Bestmann (track 12)
Guy Charbonneau (track 18)
Gary Edwards (producer, engineer) (track 17)
Fred Schreier (track 12)
lead vocals:
Joe Cocker (track 18)
lyricist:
Hoyt Axton (track 14)
Russ Ballard (track 17)
Wayne Bickerton (track 10)
Bryan Ferry (track 19)
Peter Frampton (track 15)
Howard Greenfield (track 6)
Kerry Livgren (track 3)
Benny Lux (track 12)
mixer:
Chris Lord‐Alge (track 18)
Fred Schreier (track 12)
premiered by:
The Rubettes (1974-01) (track 10)
producer:
Dino Fekaris (track 11)
Roger Glover (track 17)
Michael Lang (Producer) (track 18)
Wolfgang Mewes (track 12)
Ron Miller (Motown songwriter Ronald Norman Miller) (track 13)
Chris Thomas (UK record producer / remixer) (track 19)
vocals:
Graham Bonnet (British rock vocalist) (track 17)
writer:
Luigi Creatore (track 2)
Dino Fekaris (track 11)
Bruce Fisher (track 18)
Ken Hirsch (track 13)
Michael Lloyd (US guitarist/singer producer) (track 8)
Ron Miller (Motown songwriter Ronald Norman Miller) (track 13)
Hugo Peretti (track 2)
Freddie Perren (track 11)
Billy Preston (track 18)
Martin Quittenton (track 7)
Rod Stewart (track 7)
George David Weiss (track 2)
phonographic copyright by:
PolyGram Records, Inc. (not for release label use! US division of PolyGram) (1978 –) (track 11)
Polydor Records Inc. (1979) (track 17)
Universal Records Inc. (not for release label use! a division of UMG Recordings, Inc.) (1979) (track 17)
Motown Record Company, L.P. (1982 –) (track 13)
publisher:
Abilene Music Inc. (track 2)
Arlovol Music (track 10)
BMG Songs Ltd. (track 19)
Budde Music Inc. (track 10)
Complete Music Ltd. (track 17)
E.G. Music Ltd. (publisher) (track 19)
Music Sales Corporation (American copyright holder in both popular and classical music) (track 2)
PolyGram International Publishing, Inc. (temporary comment for merge; renamed Universal PolyGram International Publishing, Inc. circa 1998) (track 11)
Universal Music Publishing (Use ONLY if no country-specific information is available) (track 11)
Universal Music Publishing Ltd. (UK subsidiary of Universal Music Publishing Group) (track 11)
Universal PolyGram International Publishing, Inc. (existed only since ca. 1998) (track 11)
WB Music Corp. (ASCAP) (track 10)
Don Kirshner Music Inc. (1976 –) (track 3)
EMI Blackwood Music Inc. (1976 –) (track 3)
recorded at:
Europasound Studios (Offenbach (Frank Farian)) in Offenbach am Main, Hessen, Germany (1978-10) (track 12)
Memorial Auditorium in Lowell, Massachusetts, United States (1989-10-05) (track 18)
edit of:
Hello Mr. Monkey by Arabesque (track 12)
has remixes:
Love Is the Drug by J.A.C.E. feat. Chris Hays (track 19)
Love Is the Drug (part of “Groove Armada: LateNightTales” DJ-mix) by Roxy Music (track 19)
mash-ups:
sampled by:
Alone Again by Biz Markie (track 4)
part of:
The Rolling Stone Magazine’s 500 Greatest Songs of All Time (as at 2016-06-10) (number: 489) (track 11)
cover recording of:
Since You Been Gone (track 17)
is the basis for:
Joy to the World (Mariah Carey song, based off both the Christmas carol and the Hoyt Axton/Three Dog Night song) (track 14)
Supreme (track 11)
later parody versions:
Boy Tell The World (track 14)
Lazzie Lay (track 7)
Neun Live (track 11)
later translated parody versions:
Rumarimprempsa (track 10)
later translated versions:
't Is voorbij (track 11)
1948 (Alone Again (Naturally)) (track 4)
Bambaşka Biri (Turkish version) (track 11)
De Wind vun Hamborg (track 13)
Een stukje paradijs (track 13)
LOVE IS ALL~愛を聴かせて~ (Keiko Aso's translation) (track 13)
Maggie May (Finnish) (track 7)
Oon voimissain (track 11)
Prätkä ja tie (track 17)
Sugar Baby Love (Japanese version) (track 10)
反斗星 (track 8)
愛がすべて (track 2)
소망 (track 13)
later versions:
(Where Do I Begin?) Love Story (Love Story) (track 5)
Trop beau (track 10)
ある愛の詩 (track 5)
recording of:
Hello Mr. Monkey (track 12)
I Will Survive (track 11)
Joy to the World (track 14)
Love Is the Drug (track 19)
Maggie May (track 7)
Show Me the Way (track 15)
Sugar Baby Love (The Rubettes) (track 10)
Theme From Love Story (Instrumental) (track 5)
referred to in medleys:
More Stars (12″ mix) (12″ mix, duration: ~11:56 on vinyl, ~11:38 on cd) (track 10)
The Big Medley (track 3)