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The Ultimate Collection

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Disc 1 of 2
01
You Really Got Me
2:14  
02
All Day and All of the Night
2:22  
03
Tired of Waiting for You
2:31  
04
Everybody's Gonna Be Happy
2:16  
05
Set Me Free
2:12  
06
See My Friend
2:46  
07
Till the End of the Day
2:20  
08
Dedicated Follower of Fashion (Mono Single)
3:01  
09
Sunny Afternoon
3:34  
10
Dead End Street (Mono Version)
3:22  
11
Waterloo Sunset (Stereo)
3:18  
12
Death of a Clown
3:12  
13
Autumn Almanac
3:11  
14
Susannah's Still Alive
2:22  
15
Wonderboy (Bonus Track) [Stereo Version]
2:50  
16
Days
2:54  
17
Plastic Man (Mono Version)
3:04  
18
Victoria (Stereo Version)
3:39  
19
Lola (Mono Single Version)
4:02  
20
Apeman
3:53  
21
Supersonic Rocket Ship
3:31  
22
Better Things
2:59  
23
Come Dancing
3:55  
24
Don't Forget to Dance
4:40  
Disc 2 of 2
01
David Watts
2:40  
02
Stop Your Sobbing
2:05  
03
Dandy (Stereo Version)
2:11  
04
Mr. Pleasant
2:59  
05
I Gotta Move
2:23  
06
Who'll Be Next In Line
2:02  
07
I Need You
2:25  
08
Where Have All the Good Times Gone
2:50  
09
Sittin' On My Sofa
3:05  
10
A Well Respected Man
2:41  
11
I'm Not Like Everybody Else
3:27  
12
Love Me Till the Sun Shines (Stereo)
3:17  
13
She's Got Everything
3:08  
14
Starstruck (Stereo Version)
2:21  
15
Shangri-La
5:20  
16
God's Children
3:17  
17
Celluloid Heroes
6:22  
18
(Wish I Could Fly Like) Superman
5:58  
19
Do It Again
4:14  
20
Living On a Thin Line
4:17  
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Total Tracks: 44   Total Length: 141:10

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