The Kinks - Kinks : Essential [New CD]

The Kinks - Kinks : Essential [New CD]


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The Kinks - Kinks : Essential [New CD]

Artist: The Kinks
Title: Kinks : Essential
Item Condition: New and unplayed
Format: CD
Release Date: 2014
Label: Sony Legacy
UPC: 888430666221
Genre: Rock

Album Tracks

1. You Really Got Me
2. Stop Your Sobbing
3. All Day and All of the Night
4. Tired of Waiting for You
5. Nothin' in This World Can
6. Stop Me Worryin' 'Bout That Girl
7. Evrybodys Gonna Be Happy
8. A Well Respected Man
9. Dedicated Follower of Fashion
10. Who'll Be the Next in Line
11. Set Me Free
12. See My Friends
13. Sunny Afternoon
14. Dead End Street
15. Death of a Clown
16. Autumn Almanac
17. David Watts
18. Waterloo Sunset
19. Days
20. The Village Green Preservation Society
21. Do You Remember Walter?
22. Picture Book
23. Victoria
24. Apeman
25. Strangers
26. 20th Century Man
27. Supersonic Rocket Ship
28. Celluloid Heroes (U.S. Single Version)
29. Here Comes Yet Another Day
30. You Don't Know My Name
31. Till the End of the Day (Live 1972)
32. One of the Survivors
33. Sweet Lady Genevieve
34. Everybody's a Star (Starmaker)
35. Life on the Road
36. Sleepwalker
37. Life Goes on
38. A Rock 'N' Roll Fantasy (Single Version)
39. Father Christmas
40. (Wish I Could Fly Like) Superman
41. Lola (Live 1979)
42. Where Have All the Good Times Gone
43. (Live 1979)
44. Better Things (Single Version)
45. Destroyer
46. Come Dancing
47. Don't Forget to Dance
48. Do It Again
49. Living on a Thin Line
50. Scattered
2014 two CD collection, the first-ever career-spanning retrospective anthology of the classic original recordings made for the Pye/Reprise, RCA, Arista and Columbia labels. Contains 48 tracks personally selected by Ray Davies, jam-packed onto two discs, including many recordings long out of print in the U.S.! All the hits from every era, beginning with the brash '60s rock of 'You Really Got Me' and 'All Day And All of the Night,' into the mature classics a la 'Waterloo Sunset' and 'Celluloid Heroes,' on through the anthemic hits 'Come Dancing' and 'Destroyer.'