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Category: Hard Rock
Label: Raven (Australia)
Catalog Number: 98
|1.||Let The Music Do The Talking|
|2.||Conflict Of Interest|
|7.||Life At A Glance|
|8.||Bone To Bone|
|9.||East Coast, West Coast|
|10.||I've Got The Rock 'n' Rolls Again|
|11.||No Substitute For Arrogance|
|13.||Soldier Of Fortune|
|14.||South Station Blues|
|15.||Once A Rocker, Always A Rocker|
|16.||Black Velvet Pants|
|17.||King Of The Kings|
|18.||Bang A Gong||Cover: T-Rex|
|19.||Walk With Me Sally|
|20.||Never Wanna Stop|
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|From: Rockhead||Date: March 10, 2004 at 8:23|
|I dont own this but I do own all 3 solo JPP cds so I guess I do own it. From the tracklisting this appears to be an excellent introduction to the JPP as it has all the best tracks on it. Definately for fans of Aerosmith and Joe Perry and an excellent best of if you don't yet own anything from the MAN|
|From: Nick Clarkson||Date: October 12, 2004 at 8:06|
|A collection taken from all the JPP albums and a pretty good introduction to the band. The only thing of interest is the instrumental version of Bone to Bone which appeared as the b-side of a single ..but I can't remember which one! Not bad but there are some great songs missing (always the case with compilations) so buy the albums instead especially the first two!|
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