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Label: Zero One Music
Catalog Number: ZOECD6
|1.||Mix It Up|
|3.||Tiger in a Dress|
|4.||All My Lovin'|
|5.||Take My Hand|
|6.||Baby Don't Fade|
|8.||The Lonely Sun|
|9.||Doin' the Love Thing|
|11.||The Salt of Joy|
|13.||Halfway Round the World|
|14.||Blame It on the Moon|
|15.||World Has a Heart Too|
|16.||Slam alt intro rough mix|
|19.||Rainbow Child live 2013|
|20.||Money||Cover: Pink Floyd|
|21.||Baby Now I live 2013|
|23.||Get to You live 2013|
|24.||Come to Me|
|25.||Under My Skin live 2013|
|26.||You Can Leave Your Hat On||Cover: Randy Newman|
|27.||Living With a Stranger solo acoustic|
|29.||Stronger Than Steel solo acoustic|
|30.||Ritual dido slam remix|
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|From: CC||Date: February 1, 2014 at 15:12|
|What initially seems like a great compilation has a few faults. Disc one is supposed to be "the hits" for want of a better description, with disc 2 being b-sides and rarities etc. What is noticeable at first is the songs that are missing. I mean, where the hell is Stardate 1990 for starters? And no Long way to go? And then there are the other classics Rainbow child and Baby now I which are reduced to live versions. And if disc 2 is rarities, why on Earth do did they include Money, which is about as rare as dirt? Anyone who is a fan will have all of the albums anyway, so the real reason to buy this is the 2nd disc. I have loved the two acoustic tracks, Stronger than steel and Living with a stranger since I got them on the b-side of Baby now I on vinyl, and have only ever had one of these on CD up til now. Would have been nicer to include studio tracks only, but you cant have everything.|
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|From: Jez||Date: February 6, 2014 at 18:25|
|Pretty nice anthology this one, with a few interesting bits'n' pieces scattered over both discs. Disc 1 is made up of favourite tracks chosen by band members, so isn't really intended as a 'Greatest Hits' type disc, so, as with many compilations, not all people will necessarily satisfied with the choices. Disc two will probably be more interesting to those who only own the studio albums and don't have any of the CD singles. There are a few real gems here, namely the b'sides 'Slavery','Come To Me' and the acoustic versions of 'Stronger Than Steel', a fantastic song in any form and one of DRN' best songs, and 'Livng With a Stranger. The added bonus of 4 newly recorded live tracks from last year, make this a worthwhile puchase for fans of the band, although, as an introduction to the band, the 'Mixin' It Up' compilation from '93 is the better way to go.|
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