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The Monkees The Definitive Monkees

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CD Details

  • Released: October 4, 2005
  • Originally Released: 2001
  • Label: Wea Int'l

Tracks:

  • 1.(Theme From) "The Monkees"
  • 2.Last Train To Clarksville
  • 3.Take A Giant Step
  • 4.Saturday's Child
  • 5.I'm A Believer
  • 6.I Wanna Be Free
  • 7.(I'm Not Your) Steppin' Stone
  • 8.She
  • 9.A Little Bit Me, A Little Bit You
  • 10.Mary Mary
  • 11.The Girl I Knew Somewhere
  • 12.Look Out Here Comes Tomorrow
  • 13.Shades Of Gray
  • 14.Sometime In The Morning
  • 15.For Pete's Sake
  • 16.Forget That Girl
  • 17.Randy Scouse Git
  • 18.You Just May Be The One
  • 19.Pleasant Valley Sunday
  • 20.Words
  • 21.Daydream Believer
  • 22.Goin' Down
  • 23.What Am I Doing Hangin' 'Round
  • 24.Cuddly Toy
  • 25.Valleri
  • 26.Porpoise Song (Theme From "Head")
  • 27.Listen To The Band
  • 28.That Was Then, This Is Now
  • 29.Heart And Soul

Product Description:

This two-CD set, issued in Europe about a week before Rhino Records' expanded box appeared in America, resembles either a considerably expanded and upgraded version of the old Arista Records set Then & Now..., or a more entertaining successor to Rhino Records' 1998 Anthology. The disc, running just under 80 minutes and containing 29 songs, is for the listener who wants the hits and the best album tracks all gathered in one place, including ubiquitous numbers like the television series' second-season end credit track, "For Pete's Sake." These have been remastered, so there's lots of presence in all of the playing, and the vocals never sounded better; the songs all have thick, dense textures, much heavier and harder and upfront than they did on the radio in 1966-1967, with good stereo separation. This set is proof, as though any were needed, that the nicest thing ever to happen to the Monkees' music was getting it moved into the hands of Rhino Records, whose library was the source for these masters. ~ Bruce Eder

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  • UPC: 685738669127
  • Shipping Weight: 0.40/lbs (approx)
  • International Shipping: 1 item

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