|1||–Edgar Winter||River`s Risin`|
Written-By – D. Hartman
Written-By – Stanley
|3||–The Stooges||Raw Power|
Written-By – I. Pop, J. Williamson
Written-By – D. Johansen, S. Sylvain
|5||–Mott The Hoople||All The Young Dudes|
Written-By – D. Bowie
Written-By – J. Destri
|7||–Starz||So Young, So Bad|
Written-By – M. L. Smith
|8||–The Flamin' Groovies||Teenage Head|
Written-By – Jordan, Loney
|9||–Patti Smith||Redondo Beach|
Written-By – L. Kaye, P. Smith, R. Sohl
|10||–David Essex||Rock On|
Written-By – D. Essex
|11||–Ian Hunter||Once Bitten, Twice Shy (Live)|
Written-By – I. Hunter
|12||–Gary Glitter||Rock And Roll (pt. 2)|
Written-By – G. Glitter, M. Leander
- Compiled By – Albert Ross
- Compiled By, Concept By – Robin Petyan
- Creative Director [Creative Direction] – Tom Asalone
- Design – Izumi Inoue
NotesTrack 11's title is given as rock and roll(pt.2) on the back cover, & back page of booklet; rock and roll (pt.2) on the disc, and
"Rock and Roll, Part II." in the sleeve notes.
Disc art has additional cat no. DIDP 080999 (above the compact disc logo & AK 57470 cat no.)
total time 41:53
Thanks to Robin Petyan for the concept.
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Track 2 Courtesy of Chrysalis Records, Inc., a Division of ERG. Under License from CEMA Special Markets. Track 3 Courtesy of Polygram Special Markets. A Division of Polygram Group Distribution, Inc. Track 4 Courtesy of Buddah Records. A Division of Essex Entertainment, Inc. Track 6 Courtesy of Arista Records, Inc. Track 9 Courtesy of Capitol Records Inc.Under License from CEMA Special Markets. Track 11 Courtesy of Laurence Myers Productions Ltd. By Arrangement with Celebrity Licensing Inc.
- Barcode: 0 7464-57470-2 6
- SPARS Code: AAD
- Matrix / Runout (mirrored): DIDP-080999 1
- Manufactured By – Columbia Records
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