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|1.||Dancing With Myself|
|2.||Mony Mony||Cover: Tommy James & the Shondells|
|3.||Hot in the City|
|4.||White Wedding (Part I)|
|6.||Eyes Without a Face|
|7.||Flesh for Fantasy|
|8.||Catch My Fall|
|9.||To Be a Lover||Cover: Booker T & the MGs|
|10.||Don't Need a Gun single edit|
|12.||Cradle of Love|
|13.||L.A. Woman||Cover: The Doors|
|14.||Shock to the System|
|15.||Rebel Yell acoustic live|
|16.||Don't You (Forget About Me)||Cover: Simple Minds|
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|From: Doghouse Reilly||Date: October 27, 2012 at 19:59|
|This is absolutely all the Billy Idol you need right here, and I'm not even that sure how necessary even this disc is. You get alll Billy's hits, but even half of them are shit. For every "Rebel Yell" or "White Wedding," there's a "Catch My Fall" or "To Be A Lover." His best songs rock moderately hard, but mostly, his music is just synth-pop being marketed as some kind of diet form of metal. Chicks of a certain vintage love this guy, though, so if you can get it cheap (oor from you-know-where), it can be handy to have around. But for my own personal listening, outside of a few tracks, no thanks.|
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