Tracklist

CD 1
# Title Artist Rating Length
1 Bohemian Rhapsody
Queen 4.6 5:57
2 I Shot the Sheriff
Eric Clapton 4.65 4:23
3 Ebony and Ivory
Paul McCartney & Stevie Wonder 1 3:43
4 Purple Haze
Jimi Hendrix 4.25 2:51
5 1999
Prince 3:37
6 Jamming
Bob Marley & The Wailers 4.35 3:32
7 Englishman in New York
Sting 4.2 4:28
8 Pinball Wizard
The Who 4.5 3:01
9 Fly Away
Lenny Kravitz 4.2 3:38
10 Mrs. Robinson
Simon & Garfunkel 4.35 4:04
11 That's the Way Love Goeds
Janet Jackson 3.5 4:26
12 Stand by Me
Ben E. King 4.6 3:00
13 Cigarettes & Alcohol
Oasis 3.45 4:50
14 Invisible Touch
Genesis 4 3:28
15 Let's Get It On
Marvin Gaye 4 4:03
16 Up-Tight (Everithing's Alright)
Stevie Wonder 5 2:53
17 What's Love Got to Do With It
Tina Turner 3.9 3:50
18 Ben
Michael Jackson 4 2:44
19 Return to Innocence
Enigma 4.65 4:09
20 Go West
Pet Shop Boys 3 5:02
CD 2
# Title Artist Rating Length
1 Woman
John Lennon 3 3:34
2 Miss You
The Rolling Stones 4 4:49
3 Every Breath You Take
The Police 4.1 4:13
4 Another Brick in the Wall
Pink Floyd 4 3:53
5 Goodbye Yellow Brick Road
Elton John 3.35 3:14
6 Pride (In the Name of Love)
U2 3.75 3:49
7 Starman
David Bowie 4.65 4:17
8 Chiquitita
ABBA 3.75 5:26
9 ABC
The Jackson 5 4.15 2:57
10 I Was Born to Love You
Freddie Mercury 3 3:40
11 My Love
Paul McCartney 4 4:08
12 I'll Make Love to You
Boyz II Men 5 3:58
13 Hot Staff
Donna Summer 4 3:51
14 Addicted to Love
Robert Palmer 4:26
15 Chain Reaction
Diana Ross 4.5 3:48
16 Do You Really Want to Hurt Me
Culture Club 4.3 4:24
17 (Sittin' on) The Dock of the Bay
Otis Redding 4.5 2:40
18 (Get Up I Feel Being a) Sex Machine
James Brown 4 5:05
19 Song 2
Blur 4.55 2:01
20 Cant't Help Fallin in Love
UB40 3.7 3:23

Credits

CD 1

recorded in:
England, United Kingdom (track 8)
electric bass guitar [Bass]:
Carl Radle (1974-04 – 1974-05) (track 2)
drumset:
Roger Taylor (Queen drummer) (track 1)
Jamie Oldaker (1974-04 – 1974-05) (track 2)
bass guitar:
John Deacon (track 1)
Paul McGuigan (track 13)
gong:
Roger Taylor (Queen drummer) (track 1)
drums:
Graham Jarvis (UK session drummer) (track 17)
Tony McCarroll (track 13)
Mitch Mitchell (UK drummer for Jimi Hendrix Experience, many others) (track 4)
Hal Blaine (1968-02-02) (track 10)
guitar:
Paul Arthurs (track 13)
Terry Britten (track 17)
Brian May (Queen guitarist) (track 1)
Jimi Hendrix (track 4)
Paul Simon (of Simon & Garfunkel) (1968-02-02) (track 10)
George Terry (guitar player with Clapton in 70's) (1974-04 – 1974-05) (track 2)
Eric Clapton (1974-04 – 1974-05) (track 2)
electronic organ:
Dick Sims (1974-04 – 1974-05) (track 2)
bass:
Noel Redding (track 4)
timpani:
Roger Taylor (Queen drummer) (track 1)
percussion:
Simon Morton (track 17)
Emil Richards (track 15)
keyboard:
Billy Livsey (track 17)
piano:
Freddie Mercury (track 1)
Albhy Galuten (1974-04 – 1974-05) (track 2)
guitar family:
Noel Gallagher (track 13)
additional producer:
Owen Morris (track 13)
additional sound engineer:
Gary Lyons (UK engineer & producer) (track 1)
additional vocals:
Angel (German vocalist Andy Jonas) (track 19)
Stevie Wonder (track 3)
arranger:
Prince (“The Artist Formerly Known as…”) (track 5)
Sting (singer, songwriter & member of The Police) (track 7)
assistant mixer:
Mark McKenna (track 7)
Bob Vogt (track 7)
assistant producer:
Bob Johnston (American record producer) (track 10)
background vocals:
Terry Britten (track 17)
Noel Gallagher (track 13)
Tessa Niles (track 17)
Noel Redding (track 4)
George Terry (guitar player with Clapton in 70's) (1974-04 – 1974-05) (track 2)
Yvonne Elliman (1974-04 – 1974-05) (track 2)
background vocals and lead vocals:
Janet Jackson (track 11)
composer:
Henry Cosby (track 16)
Curly M.C. (track 19)
Noel Gallagher (track 13)
Lenny Kravitz (track 9)
Bob Marley (Jamaican reggae artist) (tracks 2, 6)
Sylvia Moy (track 16)
Walter Scharf (track 18)
Paul Simon (of Simon & Garfunkel) (track 10)
Jimi Hendrix (track 4)
Paul McCartney (track 3)
Freddie Mercury (track 1)
Prince (“The Artist Formerly Known as…”) (track 5)
Sting (singer, songwriter & member of The Police) (track 7)
Stevie Wonder (track 16)
Jacques Morali (– 1979) (track 20)
Pete Townshend (of The Who) (1969) (track 8)
engineer:
Mark Coyle (track 13)
Anjali Dutt (track 13)
Damon Lyon-Shaw (track 8)
Terry Manning (US recording engineer) (track 9)
Hugh Padgham (track 14)
Dave Scott (Sound Mixer and Engineer) (track 13)
Roy Spong (track 13)
John Hudson (producer, recording and mixing engineer) (track 17)
executive engineer:
Mike Stone (producer 60’s–80’s) (track 1)
lead vocals:
Roger Daltrey (track 8)
Pete Townshend (of The Who) (track 8)
Tina Turner (track 17)
Stevie Wonder (1965) (track 16)
Michael Jackson (“King of Pop”) (1972) (track 18)
Eric Clapton (1974-04 – 1974-05) (track 2)
lead vocals and other vocals [operatic vocals]:
Freddie Mercury (track 1)
lyricist:
Henry Cosby (track 16)
Curly M.C. (track 19)
Noel Gallagher (track 13)
Lenny Kravitz (track 9)
Bob Marley (Jamaican reggae artist) (tracks 2, 6)
Sylvia Moy (track 16)
Paul Simon (of Simon & Garfunkel) (track 10)
Don Black (English lyricist) (track 18)
Jimi Hendrix (track 4)
Paul McCartney (track 3)
Freddie Mercury (track 1)
Prince (“The Artist Formerly Known as…”) (track 5)
Sting (singer, songwriter & member of The Police) (track 7)
Pete Townshend (of The Who) (track 8)
Stevie Wonder (track 16)
Henri Belolo (– 1979) (track 20)
Victor Willis (– 1979) (track 20)
mastering:
Dave Collins (US mastering engineer) (track 7)
mixer:
Owen Morris (track 13)
Terry Manning (US recording engineer) (track 9)
Hugh Padgham (track 7)
John Hudson (producer, recording and mixing engineer) (track 17)
Steve Hodge (track 11)
other vocals [operatic vocals]:
Brian May (Queen guitarist) (track 1)
Roger Taylor (Queen drummer) (track 1)
performer:
Simon & Garfunkel (track 10)
producer:
Roy Thomas Baker (Producer) (track 1)
Terry Britten (track 17)
Brothers in Rhythm (track 20)
Chas Chandler (track 4)
Henry Cosby (track 16)
Neil Dorfsman (track 7)
Tom Dowd (track 2)
Art Garfunkel (track 10)
Marvin Gaye (track 15)
Genesis (English rock band) (track 14)
Janet Jackson (track 11)
Jimmy Jam (track 11)
Kit Lambert (track 8)
Terry Lewis (US hip-hop/soul songwriter, producer & label owner) (track 11)
George Martin (track 3)
Oasis (English rock band (1991–2009)) (track 13)
Queen (UK rock group) (track 1)
Paul Simon (of Simon & Garfunkel) (track 10)
William Stevenson (Motown songwriter) (track 16)
Ed Townsend (track 15)
Mark Coyle (track 13)
Hugh Padgham (track 14)
Prince (“The Artist Formerly Known as…”) (track 5)
Sting (singer, songwriter & member of The Police) (track 7)
Roy Halee (track 10)
programming:
Terry Manning (US recording engineer) (track 9)
publisher:
Mike Stoller (track 12)
recording engineer:
Roy Halee (track 10)
Steve Hodge (track 11)
vocals:
Liam Gallagher (English musician, lead singer of Oasis) (track 13)
Jimi Hendrix (track 4)
Paul McCartney (track 3)
Ben E. King (1960-10-27) (track 12)
Paul Simon (of Simon & Garfunkel) (1968-02-02) (track 10)
Art Garfunkel (1968-02-02) (track 10)
writer:
Tony Banks (track 14)
Terry Britten (track 17)
Phil Collins (of Genesis) (track 14)
Marvin Gaye (track 15)
James Harris III (US producer aka Jimmy Jam) (track 11)
Janet Jackson (track 11)
Ben E. King (track 12)
Jerry Leiber (track 12)
Terry Lewis (US hip-hop/soul songwriter, producer & label owner) (track 11)
Graham Lyle (track 17)
Mike Rutherford (track 14)
Mike Stoller (track 12)
Ed Townsend (track 15)
phonographic copyright by:
H.H.O. Ltd (music licensing) (track 12)
Motown Records (1973) (track 15)
UMG Recordings, Inc. (Universal Music Group's legal name in the US) (1973) (track 15)
RSO Records, Inc. (US company that owned the RSO label, not the label itself.) (1974) (track 2)
Queen Productions Ltd. (company and copyright holder, do not use as an imprint or release label) (1975 – 2011) (track 1)
MPL Communications Inc. (Paul McCartney-related, NYC-based company) (1982) (track 3)
Island Def Jam Music Group (use “Island” or “Def Jam Recordings” labels rather than this record company) (2001) (track 6)
EMI Records Ltd. (not for release label use! UK parent of EMI-owned labels until Sept 2012) (2004) (track 17)
publisher:
Controversy Music (tracks 5, 5)
Goodsingle Ltd. (track 17)
Hornall Brothers Music Ltd. (limited company) (tracks 12, 17)
Jerry Leiber Music (track 12)
Jobete Music Ltd (track 15)
MPL Communications Ltd. (not for release label use! Paul McCartney-related, London-based company) (track 3)
Melodie der Welt (track 12)
Pattern Music Ltd (track 10)
Paul Simon Music (track 10)
Scorpio Music (work publisher of "Scorpio Music") (track 20)
Trio Music (track 12)
Unichappell Music (track 12)
Universal/MCA Music Ltd. (not for release label use!) (track 10)
Warner/Chappell Music, Ltd. (1996–present) (track 17)
mixed at:
recorded at:
De Lane Lea Studios in London, England, United Kingdom (1967-01-11) (track 4)
Olympic Studios in London, England, United Kingdom (1967-02-03 – 1967-02-08) (track 4)
mash-ups:
Stand By Me by ccc (track 12)
Uptight Swoon by G3RSt (track 16)
Purple War by Go Home Productions (2015) (track 4)
remix of:
Let’s Get It On (album version) by Marvin Gaye (track 15)
remixes:
Pinball Wizard (1996 remix) by The Who (track 8)
sampled by:
Ms. Jenkins by Ca$his (track 1)
Stand by Me by Timeflies (track 12)
samples:
part of:
The Rolling Stone Magazine’s 500 Greatest Songs of All Time (as at 2016-06-10) (number: 121) (track 12)
Indie 88: Top 500 Indie Rock Songs (number: 177) (track 6)
The Rolling Stone Magazine’s 500 Greatest Songs of All Time (as at 2016-06-10) (number: 212) (track 5)
arrangements:
Bohemian Rhapsody (arr. for wind band) (track 1)
cover recording of:
Go West (track 20)
I Shot the Sheriff (track 2)
is the basis for:
The Real Life (track 1)
later parody versions:
Dod ēst (track 20)
Ein Fest (track 20)
Mia (track 12)
Portslade Bollocks (track 20)
Purple Haze (track 4)
Star Trek Rhapsody (track 1)
Temple Physician (track 8)
Zero Wing Rhapsody (track 1)
later translated parody versions:
Friesenjung (track 7)
Rap-soda y bohemia (track 1)
later translated versions:
Africain à Paris (track 7)
Bleib bei mir (track 12)
LET’S GO!いいことあるさ (Japanese version of “Go West”) (track 20)
Les Coups (track 16)
Mrs. Robinson (Finnish) (track 10)
Pregherò (track 12)
Purple Haze (barbare) (track 4)
Stand By Me (Spanish) (track 12)
Stand by Me (track 12)
Taas nousen junaan (track 2)
緊靠一起 (track 12)
later versions:
Hibernian Rhapsody (track 1)
Purple Haze (for ensemble and prepared piano, Schnyder) (track 4)
part of:
We Will Rock You (German version of the Queen musical) (track 1)
We Will Rock You (Queen musical) (track 1)
recording of:
1999 (track 5)
Bohemian Rhapsody (track 1)
Ebony and Ivory (track 3)
Fly Away (track 9)
Invisible Touch (track 14)
Jamming (track 6)
Let’s Get It On (track 15)
Pinball Wizard (track 8)
Return to Innocence (track 19)
Stand by Me (Ben E. King) (1960-10-27) (track 12)
Purple Haze (1967-01-11 – 1967-02-08) (track 4)
Mrs. Robinson (1968-02-02) (track 10)
Ben (1972) (track 18)
referred to in medleys:
Bohemian Polka (track 1)
The Big Medley (track 1)
Hooked on Polkas (track 17)

CD 2

recorded in:
Los Angeles, California, United States (1970-01) (track 9)
electric bass guitar:
Sting (singer, songwriter & member of The Police) (track 3)
Bob West (US session bassist, producer & songwriter) (track 9)
Wilton Felder (1970-01) (track 9)
Hammond organ and synthesizer [Prophet-5 synthesizer]:
Richard Wright (Pink Floyd keyboardist) (track 4)
drumset:
Ola Brunkert (track 8)
Mick Woodmansey (track 7)
bass guitar:
Trevor Bolder (track 7)
Mikey Craig (track 16)
Rutger Gunnarsson (track 8)
Dee Murray (track 5)
Roger Waters (track 4)
Donald “Duck” Dunn (1967-11-22 – 1967-12-07) (track 17)
trumpet:
Wayne Jackson (trumpet/trombone (Memphis Horns/Mar-Keys)) (1967-11-22 – 1967-12-07) (track 17)
drums:
Stewart Copeland (track 3)
Nick Mason (track 4)
Nigel Olsson (track 5)
Al Jackson, Jr. (Booker T & The MGs drummer) (1967-11-22 – 1967-12-07) (track 17)
Gene Pello (1970-01) (track 9)
drums and percussion:
Jon Moss (track 16)
synthesizer:
Benny Andersson (ABBA) (track 8)
guitar:
David Bowie (English singer, songwriter & actor) (track 7)
David Gilmour (track 4)
Björn Ulvaeus (track 8)
Lasse Wellander (track 8)
Mick Ronson (track 7)
Steve Cropper (1967-11-22 – 1967-12-07) (track 17)
Don Peake (1970-01) (track 9)
Louis Shelton (1970-01) (track 9)
David T. Walker (1970-01) (track 9)
banjo:
Björn Ulvaeus (track 8)
electric guitar:
Davey Johnstone (track 5)
Andy Summers (track 3)
keyboard:
Benny Andersson (ABBA) (track 8)
Isaac Hayes (1967-11-22 – 1967-12-07) (track 17)
Booker T. Jones (1967-11-22 – 1967-12-07) (track 17)
Freddie Perren (1970-01) (track 9)
saxophone:
David Bowie (English singer, songwriter & actor) (track 7)
piano:
Elton John (track 5)
Mick Ronson (track 7)
additional engineer:
Kevin Killen (track 6)
additional vocals:
Helen Terry (track 16)
arranger:
David Bowie (English singer, songwriter & actor) (track 7)
Mick Ronson (track 7)
assistant engineer:
Randy Ezratty (track 6)
background vocals:
Davey Johnstone (track 5)
Dee Murray (track 5)
Nigel Olsson (track 5)
Mick Ronson (track 7)
Jackie Jackson (member of the Jackson 5) (1970-01) (track 9)
Marlon Jackson (1970-01) (track 9)
Tito Jackson (1970-01) (track 9)
background vocals and lead vocals:
Michael Jackson (“King of Pop”) (1970-01) (track 9)
co-producer:
James Guthrie (track 4)
composer:
Bono (singer of U2) (track 6)
David Bowie (English singer, songwriter & actor) (track 7)
Adam Clayton (track 6)
Graham Coxon (track 19)
The Edge (U2 guitarist David Evans) (track 6)
Kenneth Edmonds (track 12)
Barry Gibb (track 15)
Maurice Gibb (track 15)
Robin Gibb (track 15)
Alex James (UK bassist for Blur/Fat Les) (track 19)
Elton John (track 5)
Freddie Mercury (track 10)
Larry Mullen, Jr. (track 6)
Robert Palmer (English singer-songwriter) (track 14)
Otis Redding (track 17)
Dave Rowntree (track 19)
Sting (singer, songwriter & member of The Police) (track 3)
Roger Waters (track 4)
Damon Albarn (track 19)
Steve Cropper (track 17)
John Lennon (Beatle) (track 1)
engineer:
Brian Eno (track 6)
James Guthrie (track 4)
Daniel Lanois (track 6)
Steve Levine (track 16)
Karl Richardson (track 15)
David Hentschel (track 5)
John Smith (UK producer/engineer) (track 19)
Michael B. Tretow (track 8)
Jack Joseph-Puig (track 15)
lead vocals:
David Bowie (English singer, songwriter & actor) (track 7)
George O’Dowd (track 16)
David Gilmour (track 4)
Elton John (track 5)
Roger Waters (track 4)
Agnetha Fältskog (track 8)
John Lennon (Beatle) (track 1)
James Brown (“The Godfather of Soul”) (1970) (track 18)
Jackie Jackson (member of the Jackson 5) (1970-01) (track 9)
Jermaine Jackson (soul/pop singer, of Jackson 5) (1970-01) (track 9)
Tito Jackson (1970-01) (track 9)
lyricist:
Bono (singer of U2) (track 6)
David Bowie (English singer, songwriter & actor) (track 7)
Kenneth Edmonds (track 12)
Freddie Mercury (track 10)
Robert Palmer (English singer-songwriter) (track 14)
Otis Redding (track 17)
Sting (singer, songwriter & member of The Police) (track 3)
Roger Waters (track 4)
Damon Albarn (track 19)
Steve Cropper (track 17)
John Lennon (Beatle) (track 1)
Bernie Taupin (track 5)
mastering:
Dave Collins (US mastering engineer) (track 3)
mixer:
Steve Levine (track 16)
Jon Moss (track 16)
Jack Joseph-Puig (track 15)
Chris Kimsey (track 2)
orchestrator:
Del Newman (British conductor, orchestrator, arranger) (track 5)
other vocals [whistling]:
Otis Redding (1967-11-22 – 1967-12-07) (track 17)
performer:
Wings (Paul McCartney's band) (track 11)
producer:
Benny Andersson (ABBA) (track 8)
David Bowie (English singer, songwriter & actor) (track 7)
Jack Douglas (track 1)
Gus Dudgeon (track 5)
Brian Eno (track 6)
Bob Ezrin (track 4)
Albhy Galuten (track 15)
Barry Gibb (track 15)
David Gilmour (track 4)
The Glimmer Twins (production name for Mick Jagger & Keith Richards) (track 2)
Daniel Lanois (track 6)
Steve Levine (track 16)
Yoko Ono (Japanese-American musician and artist) (track 1)
Hugh Padgham (track 3)
The Police (British rock band) (track 3)
Karl Richardson (track 15)
Ken Scott (UK record producer & engineer) (track 7)
Stephen Street (track 19)
Björn Ulvaeus (track 8)
Roger Waters (track 4)
Steve Cropper (track 17)
John Lennon (Beatle) (track 1)
recording engineer:
Chris Kimsey (track 2)
vocals:
Sting (singer, songwriter & member of The Police) (track 3)
Richard Wright (Pink Floyd keyboardist) (track 4)
Otis Redding (1967-11-22 – 1967-12-07) (track 17)
writer:
Benny Andersson (ABBA) (track 8)
Pete Bellotte (track 13)
George O’Dowd (track 16)
James Brown (“The Godfather of Soul”) (track 18)
Bobby Byrd (African-American funk/soul/gospel songwriter & producer) (track 18)
Mikey Craig (track 16)
Luigi Creatore (track 20)
Harold Faltermeyer (track 13)
Keith Forsey (track 13)
Berry Gordy (track 9)
Roy Hay (Member of Culture Club and composer for film and television) (track 16)
Mick Jagger (track 2)
Ron Lenhoff (track 18)
Dennis Lussier (track 9)
Linda McCartney (track 11)
Paul McCartney (track 11)
Fonce Mizell (track 9)
Jon Moss (track 16)
Hugo Peretti (track 20)
Freddie Perren (track 9)
Keith Richards (Rolling Stones guitarist) (track 2)
Björn Ulvaeus (track 8)
George David Weiss (track 20)
phonographic copyright by:
Pink Floyd Music Ltd. (1979) (track 4)
Polar Music International AB (1979) (track 8)
Virgin Records Ltd. (not for release label use!) (1982) (track 16)
A&M Records (1983) (track 3)
MPL Communications Inc. (Paul McCartney-related, NYC-based company) (1993) (track 11)
MPL Communications Ltd. (not for release label use! Paul McCartney-related, London-based company) (1993) (track 11)
Promotone B.V. (not for release label use!) (2012) (track 2)
A&M Records (2016) (track 3)
publisher:
EMI Blackwood Music Inc. (tracks 3, 19)
EMI Virgin Music Ltd. (do not use this as a release label!) (track 16)
Heavy Nova Music (track 14)
Intersong (German publisher) (track 20)
Island Music Ltd. (track 14)
Mercury Songs Ltd. (copyright holders, publishing company of Freddie Mercury) (track 10)
Mother Music (track 6)
UNICEF Music Project ( – ????) (track 8)
Universal Music Publishing B.V. (Benelux subsidiary of Universal Music Publishing Group) (track 6)
Universal PolyGram International Publishing, Inc. (existed only since ca. 1998) (track 8)
WB Music Corp. (ASCAP) (track 13)
Warner/Chappell Music, Ltd. (1996–present) (track 14)
Wixen Music UK Ltd. (track 19)
株式会社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)
mixed at:
recorded at:
Strawberry Studios (Château d'Hérouville, France) in Hérouville, Val-d'Oise, France (track 5)
mash-ups:
ABC Street by Jackson 5 / Prince (track 9)
Stand By Me by ccc (track 3)
Welcome Back, Starman by MAN-CAT feat. Mase (track 7)
remixes:
Every Breath You Take (5.1 mix) by The Police (track 3)
Woman (stripped down; 2011 remaster) by John Lennon & Yoko Ono (track 1)
sampled by:
Dancin’ by Vanilla Ice (track 9)
Eye Know by De La Soul (track 17)
O.P.P. by Naughty by Nature (track 9)
Wanna Hurt Mase? by Mase (track 16)
part of:
The Rolling Stone Magazine’s 500 Greatest Songs of All Time (as at 2016-06-10) (number: 28) (track 17)
Indie 88: Top 500 Indie Rock Songs (number: 57) (track 19)
The Rolling Stone Magazine’s 500 Greatest Songs of All Time (as at 2016-06-10) (number: 84) (track 3)
The Rolling Stone Magazine’s 500 Greatest Songs of All Time (as at 2016-06-10) (number: 326) (track 18)
The Rolling Stone Magazine’s 500 Greatest Songs of All Time (as at 2016-06-10) (number: 378) (track 6)
The Rolling Stone Magazine’s 500 Greatest Songs of All Time (as at 2016-06-10) (number: 380) (track 5)
The Rolling Stone Magazine’s 500 Greatest Songs of All Time (as at 2016-06-10) (number: 496) (track 2)
cover recording of:
is the basis for:
Easy Love (track 9)
Proper Education (track 4)
Song 2 (track 19)
later parody versions:
Addicted to Spuds (track 14)
Every Step to Take (track 3)
Expected to Love (track 14)
Hanukkah (track 13)
Wise Men Still (track 20)
later translated parody versions:
Humppaleski 45 (track 3)
Humppanarkkari (track 14)
Kuumaa humppaa (track 13)
Sua vartioin (track 3)
later translated versions:
Chiquitita (Spanish version) (track 8)
Comment ne pas être amoureux de vous ? (French translation transl) (track 20)
Kiviset kadut (track 5)
Kuumaa kamaa (track 13)
Muukalainen (track 7)
Todo irá bien (Spanish translation) (track 20)
マイ・ラブ (track 11)
マイ・ラブ (櫛田露孤 translation) (track 11)
好きにならずにいられない (“Can’t Help Falling in Love” Japanese version) (track 20)
愛嘅熱力 (track 13)
later versions:
Do You Really Want to Hurt Me? (Violent Femmes version) (track 16)
Starman (track 7)
medley of:
part of:
recording of:
Addicted to Love (track 14)
Chain Reaction (track 15)
Chiquitita (track 8)
Hot Stuff (track 13)
Miss You (track 2)
My Love (track 11)
Song 2 (“woo hoo”) (track 19)
Starman (track 7)
Woman (John Lennon song: "I love you, yeah, yeah, now and forever") (track 1)
(Sittin’ on) The Dock of the Bay (1967-11-22 – 1967-12-07) (track 17)
ABC (1970-01) (track 9)
Every Breath You Take (1983) (track 3)
referred to in medleys:
Riff Off (track 12)
Polkas on 45 (track 3)

Release

ASIN: JP: B00005QCG2 [info]