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Boxset/Compilation, released in 1990

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Rubber Bullets (Long Version)(5:16)
2. Johnny Don't Do It (3:36)
3. Sand In My Face (3:38)
4. Donna (2:53)
5. The Dean And I (3:02)
6. Headline Hustler (3:30)
7. Speed Kills (3:50)
8. The Hospital Song (2:40)
9. Ships Don't Disappear In The Night (Do They?) (3:04)
10. Fresh Air For My Mama (3:03)
11. The Wall Street Shuffle (3:52)
12. The Worst Band In The World (2:46)
13. Hotel (4:53)
14. Old Wild Men (3:19)
15. Clockwork Creep (2:43)
16. Silly Love (Long Version) (4:00)
17. Somewhere In Hollywood (6:37)
18. Baron Samedi (3:44)
19. The Sacro-Iliac (2:30)
20. Oh Effendi (2:49)
21. Waterfall (3:41)

Total Time 75:26

Line-up / Musicians

- Graham Gouldman / bass, guitars, vocals
- Eric Stewart / guitars, synths, vocals
- Kevin Godley / drums, percussion, vocals
- Lol Creme / guitars, keyboards, percussion, vocals

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Review by Evolver
SPECIAL COLLABORATOR Crossover & JR/F/Canterbury Teams
4 stars In the earlier days of the CD, it was a common practise for small unknown labels to lease the rights for some of the bands that the major labels weren't yet releasing, and push out cheaply made, and badly produced albums to a public hungry for digital editions of their favorites.

I'm happy to say that DCC, one of those labels, took greater care in these releases (they also released Genesis' first album, "From Genesis To Revelation"). This album, finely mixed with care, has superb sound.

So, as an introduction to one of the premier 70s crossover prog (art rock) bands, this would be an excellent place to start.

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