Tracklist

CD 1
# Title Artist Rating Length
1 Woman
John Lennon 3 3:23
2 The Great Pretender
Freddie Mercury 3.65 3:25
3 All Night Long (All Night)
Lionel Richie 3.5 4:19
4 Nightshift
The Commodores 5 4:18
5 Private Dancer
Tina Turner 3.2 4:00
6 River Deep Mountain High
Ike & Tina Turner 3:27
7 Maggie May
Rod Stewart 4.35 5:14
8 All or Nothing
Small Faces 3:03
9 Midnight Lady
Chris Norman 4:09
10 Lay Back in the Arms of Someone
Smokie 1 4:21
11 Goodbye, My Love, Goodbye
Demis Roussos 3:54
12 Conquest of Paradise
Vangelis 4.5 4:49
13 Rain and Tears
Aphrodite's Child 3 3:13
14 Hiroshima
Sandra 4:12
15 Sadeness (Part 1)
Enigma 5 4:15
16 Lady Bump
Penny McLean 3:42
17 Americanos
Holly Johnson 3:36
18 Relax
Frankie Goes to Hollywood 3.65 3:54
19 When the Rain Begins to Fall
Jermaine Jackson (mit Pia Zadora) 4:06
20 Die Flut
Peter Heppner (mit Joachim Witt) 4:10
CD 2
# Title Artist Rating Length
1 Feel
Robbie Williams 4.25 4:24
2 The Flood
Take That 4:50
3 SexyBack
Justin Timberlake (mit Timbaland) 4:03
4 Bye Bye Bye
*NSYNC 3.5 3:21
5 Klar
Jan Delay 4:01
6 Haus am See
Peter Fox 5 3:36
7 Dickes B
Seeed 4:00
8 Gone Till November
Wyclef Jean 3:28
9 Fu-Gee-La
Fugees 4:04
10 Dilemma
Kelly Rowland (mit Nelly) 3:55
11 First Day of My Life
Melanie C 4:02
12 Viva Forever
Spice Girls 2.5 4:13
13 Gebt alles
Cassandra Steen 3:41
14 Wenn das Liebe ist
Glashaus 5:41
15 Ben
Michael Jackson 4 2:44
16 ABC
The Jackson 5 4.15 2:55
17 Upside Down
Diana Ross 5 4:05
18 Stop! In the Name of Love
The Supremes 2:51
19 If I Could Turn Back Time
Cher 3:57
20 I Got You Babe
Sonny & Cher 4 3:12

Credits

CD 1

acoustic guitar:
Martin Quittenton (1971) (track 7)
Hammond organ:
Ian McLagan (1971) (track 7)
cymbal:
Micky Waller (1971) (track 7)
drumset:
Peter Gill (UK drummer for Frankie Goes to Hollywood) (track 18)
bass guitar:
Mark O’Toole (former bassist of Frankie Goes to Hollywood) (track 18)
Ronnie Wood (1971) (track 7)
mandolin:
Ray Jackson (1971) (track 7)
David Lindley (1971) (track 7)
drums:
Micky Waller (1971) (track 7)
guitar:
Brian Nash (track 18)
electric guitar:
Ronnie Wood (1971) (track 7)
celesta:
Pete Sears (1971) (track 7)
12 string guitar:
Ronnie Wood (1971) (track 7)
additional producer:
Stephen Lipson (track 18)
arranger:
Vangelis (Greek composer of electronic, new age and classical) (track 12)
Jack Nitzsche (track 6)
assistant producer:
background vocals:
Peter Straker (track 2)
Roger Taylor (Queen drummer) (track 2)
background vocals and lead vocals:
Freddie Mercury (track 2)
choir vocals:
chorus master:
Guy Protheroe (track 12)
composer:
Boris Bergman (track 13)
Dieter Bohlen (track 9)
David Fairstein (track 15)
Peter Gill (UK drummer for Frankie Goes to Hollywood) (track 18)
Franne Golde (track 4)
Peter Heppner (track 20)
Holly Johnson (tracks 17–18)
Mark Knopfler (track 5)
Dennis Lambert (track 4)
Dave Morgan (UK rock bassist/vocalist, member of Magnum) (track 14)
Walter Orange (track 4)
Mark O’Toole (former bassist of Frankie Goes to Hollywood) (track 18)
Frank Peterson (track 15)
Lionel Richie (track 3)
Vangelis (Greek composer of electronic, new age and classical) (tracks 12–13)
Joachim Witt (track 20)
Michael Cretu (track 15)
John Lennon (Beatle) (track 1)
Buck Ram (track 2)
conductor:
Stuart Bruce (track 18)
Guy Protheroe (track 12)
guest percussion:
Luis Jardim (track 18)
guest keyboard:
Anne Dudley (track 18)
Andrew Richards (Strawbs keyboard player/record producer) (track 18)
lead vocals:
Holly Johnson (track 18)
Mark O’Toole (former bassist of Frankie Goes to Hollywood) (track 18)
John Lennon (Beatle) (track 1)
Paul Rutherford (Member of Frankie Goes to Hollywood) (track 18)
Tina Turner (track 5)
Rod Stewart (1971) (track 7)
lyricist:
Dieter Bohlen (track 9)
David Fairstein (track 15)
Peter Heppner (track 20)
Holly Johnson (tracks 17–18)
Mark Knopfler (track 5)
Dave Morgan (UK rock bassist/vocalist, member of Magnum) (track 14)
Frank Peterson (track 15)
Lionel Richie (track 3)
Joachim Witt (track 20)
Michael Cretu (track 15)
John Lennon (Beatle) (track 1)
Buck Ram (track 2)
mixer:
Philippe Colonna (track 12)
performer:
Aphrodite’s Child (track 13)
producer:
Carter (track 5)
Jack Douglas (track 1)
Trevor Horn (track 18)
Freddie Mercury (track 2)
Mike Moran (keyboardist, songwriter, film and TV composer, producer) (track 2)
Yoko Ono (Japanese-American musician and artist) (track 1)
David Richards (Swiss-based producer and engineer) (track 2)
Rod Stewart (track 7)
Vangelis (Greek composer of electronic, new age and classical) (track 12)
Michael Cretu (track 14)
John Lennon (Beatle) (track 1)
recording engineer:
Philippe Colonna (track 12)
writer:
Mike Chapman (Australian producer and songwriter) (track 10)
Nicky Chinn (track 10)
Martin Quittenton (track 7)
Rod Stewart (track 7)
phonographic copyright by:
UMG Recordings, Inc. (Universal Music Group's legal name in the US) (1971) (track 7)
Mercury Songs Ltd. (copyright holders, publishing company of Freddie Mercury) (1987) (track 2)
EMI Records Ltd. (not for release label use! UK parent of EMI-owned labels until Sept 2012) (2004) (track 5)
publisher:
Panther Music Corp (track 2)
Perfect Songs Ltd. (track 18)
Spheric Music (track 12)
Universal Music Publishing France (not for release label use!) (track 5)
mash-ups:
remixes:
Woman (stripped down; 2011 remaster) by John Lennon & Yoko Ono (track 1)
sampled by:
Mope by Bloodhound Gang (track 18)
part of:
The Rolling Stone Magazine’s 500 Greatest Songs of All Time (as at 2016-06-10) (number: 130) (track 7)
cover recording of:
Hiroshima (track 14)
later parody versions:
Lazzie Lay (track 7)
Rache! (track 4)
Read Acts (track 18)
later translated versions:
Hiroshima (track 14)
Maggie May (Finnish) (track 7)
later versions:
Till dagens ljus (track 12)
part of:
Principles of Lust (tracks 15, 15)
recording of:
Americanos (track 17)
Conquest of Paradise (1492: Conquest of Paradise) (track 12)
Die Flut (track 20)
Midnight Lady (track 9)
Nightshift (track 4)
Private Dancer (track 5)
Rain and Tears (track 13)
Relax (track 18)
Sadeness, Part 1 (track 15)
Woman (John Lennon song: "I love you, yeah, yeah, now and forever") (track 1)
Maggie May (1971) (track 7)
referred to in medleys:
Hooked on Polkas (track 18)

CD 2

recorded in:
Los Angeles, California, United States (1970-01) (track 16)
electric bass guitar:
Bob West (US session bassist, producer & songwriter) (track 16)
Wilton Felder (1970-01) (track 16)
drums:
Jeremy Stacey (track 1)
Gene Pello (1970-01) (track 16)
slide guitar:
Fil Eisler (track 1)
Neil Taylor (guitarist) (track 1)
synthesizer:
Dave Clayton (track 1)
guitar:
Wyclef Jean (track 8)
Gary Nuttall (track 1)
Esbjörn Öhrwall (track 4)
Don Peake (1970-01) (track 16)
Louis Shelton (1970-01) (track 16)
David T. Walker (1970-01) (track 16)
bass:
Phil Spalding (track 1)
keyboard:
Freddie Perren (1970-01) (track 16)
piano:
Andy Wallace (track 1)
drum machine:
Jony Rockstar (track 1)
Richard Flack (producer/engineer) (track 1)
bass synthesizer:
Guy Chambers (English songwriter and record producer) (track 1)
arranger:
Guy Chambers (English songwriter and record producer) (track 1)
Bernard Edwards (track 17)
Nile Rodgers (track 17)
assistant engineer:
Chris Barrett (engineer) (track 1)
Tim Lauber (track 1)
Christine Sirois (track 1)
assistant mixer:
JD Andrew (track 1)
assistant recording engineer:
Bray Merritt (track 4)
background vocals:
Gary Nuttall (track 1)
Zenia (track 1)
The Andantes (1965-01-05 – 1965-01-11) (track 18)
Florence Ballard (1965-01-05 – 1965-01-11) (track 18)
Mary Wilson (1965-01-05 – 1965-01-11) (track 18)
Jackie Jackson (member of the Jackson 5) (1970-01) (track 16)
Marlon Jackson (1970-01) (track 16)
Tito Jackson (1970-01) (track 16)
background vocals and lead vocals:
Michael Jackson (“King of Pop”) (1970-01) (track 16)
chorus master:
Anne Skates (track 1)
co-producer:
Jerry Duplessis (track 8)
composer:
Victoria Beckham (née Adams) (track 12)
Sonny Bono (track 20)
Ryan Bowser (track 10)
Melanie Brown (track 12)
Emma Bunton (track 12)
Melanie C (track 12)
Lamont Dozier (track 18)
Bernard Edwards (track 17)
Geri Halliwell (track 12)
Lauryn Hill (track 9)
Brian Holland (US motown producer & songwriter) (track 18)
Wyclef Jean (track 9)
Antoine "Bam" Macon (track 10)
Pras Michel (track 9)
Salaam Remi (track 9)
Ruth Maria Renner (track 6)
Nile Rodgers (track 17)
Matt Rowe (track 12)
Walter Scharf (track 15)
Spice Girls (track 12)
Pierre Baigorry (tracks 6–7)
David Conen (German hip-hop producer, aka Monk) (track 6)
conductor:
Bernard Edwards (track 17)
Nile Rodgers (track 17)
engineer:
Richard Flack (producer/engineer) (track 1)
guest vocals:
Kelly Rowland (track 10)
instruments:
The Funk Brothers (1965-01-05 – 1965-01-11) (track 18)
lead vocals:
Robbie Williams (track 1)
Diana Ross (1965-01-05 – 1965-01-11) (track 18)
Jackie Jackson (member of the Jackson 5) (1970-01) (track 16)
Jermaine Jackson (soul/pop singer, of Jackson 5) (1970-01) (track 16)
Tito Jackson (1970-01) (track 16)
Michael Jackson (“King of Pop”) (1972) (track 15)
lyricist:
Sonny Bono (track 20)
Pierre Baigorry (tracks 6–7)
Don Black (English lyricist) (track 15)
David Conen (German hip-hop producer, aka Monk) (track 6)
Kenneth Gamble (track 10)
Tevin Gutzmore (track 7)
Edward Holland, Jr. (Motown songwriter) (track 18)
Nelly (US rapper) (track 10)
Bunny Sigler (track 10)
mixer:
Steve Power (track 1)
Warren Riker (track 8)
orchestra:
orchestrator:
Guy Chambers (English songwriter and record producer) (track 1)
Sally Herbert (violinist, composer, and conductor) (track 1)
Nick Ingman (track 1)
Sonny Kompanek (track 8)
performer:
Canibus (Jamaican-American rapper) (track 8)
producer:
Guy Chambers (English songwriter and record producer) (track 1)
Lamont Dozier (track 18)
Bernard Edwards (track 17)
Brian Holland (US motown producer & songwriter) (track 18)
Wyclef Jean (track 8)
Kristian Lundin (track 4)
Stuart David Price (track 2)
Nile Rodgers (track 17)
Matt Rowe (track 12)
Jacob Schulze (Swedish producer) (track 4)
Steve Power (track 1)
programming:
Richard Flack (producer/engineer) (track 1)
recording engineer:
Warren Riker (track 8)
Michael Tucker (engineer) (track 4)
remixer:
Russ Terrana (track 17)
vocals:
James Lance Bass (track 4)
JC Chasez (track 4)
Joey Fatone (track 4)
Chris Kirkpatrick (track 4)
Justin Timberlake (track 4)
Sonny Bono (1965) (track 20)
Cher (1965) (track 20)
writer:
Gary Barlow (track 2)
Andreas Carlsson (pop songwriter) (track 4)
Guy Chambers (English songwriter and record producer) (tracks 1, 11)
Danjahandz (US producer Nate Hills) (track 3)
Howard Donald (track 2)
Berry Gordy (track 16)
Enrique Iglesias (track 11)
Kristian Lundin (track 4)
Dennis Lussier (track 16)
Fonce Mizell (track 16)
Jason Orange (track 2)
Mark Owen (singer songwriter) (track 2)
Freddie Perren (track 16)
Jacob Schulze (Swedish producer) (track 4)
Timbaland (track 3)
Robbie Williams (tracks 1–2)
Justin Timberlake (track 3)
phonographic copyright by:
WEA International Inc. (not for release label use! copyrights holder, distributor for the world outside of the US) (1965) (track 20)
Sony Music Entertainment Inc. (not for release label use! company owned by Sony Corporation of America from 1991–2004; operated worldwide except in JP) (1994 –) (track 9)
publisher:
BMG Music Publishing (NYC-based headquarters, with national subsidiaries under it) (track 1)
Chris Marc Music (track 20)
Cotillion Music (track 20)
EMI Music Publishing (do not use as a release label!) (tracks 1, 1)
EMI Music Publishing Ltd. (tracks 1–2)
Jackie Frost Music (track 10)
Phatnasty (track 10)
Polygram Music (tracks 12, 12)
Suga Shack Music (track 10)
Universal Music Publishing Ltd. (UK subsidiary of Universal Music Publishing Group) (track 2)
Windswept Pacific Music (tracks 12, 12)
Zomba Music Publishers Ltd. (UK subsidiary of Zomba Music Publishing) (track 4)
recorded at:
Hitsville (Motown Records) in Detroit, Michigan, United States (1965-01-05 – 1965-01-11) (track 18)
karaoke versions:
mash-ups:
ABC Street by Jackson 5 / Prince (track 16)
Brazen am See by G3RSt (track 6)
remixes:
sampled by:
Dancin’ by Vanilla Ice (track 16)
Hella Touch by The Kleptones (track 17)
O.P.P. by Naughty by Nature (track 16)
is the basis for:
Easy Love (track 16)
later translated versions:
Obsi nidsi (track 17)
recording of:
Bye Bye Bye (track 4)
Dickes B (track 7)
Dilemma (track 10)
Feel (track 1)
Fu-Gee-La (track 9)
Gone Till November (track 8)
Haus am See (track 6)
SexyBack (track 3)
The Flood (track 2)
Upside Down (track 17)
Viva Forever (track 12)
I Got You Babe (1965) (track 20)
Stop! In the Name of Love (1965-01-05 – 1965-01-11) (track 18)
ABC (1970-01) (track 16)
Ben (1972) (track 15)
First Day of My Life (2005) (track 11)
referred to in medleys:
More Stars ("More Stars" (12" Mix) - 11:53) (track 18)

Release Group

part of: Die ultimative Chart Show (number: 2011-08-05)