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Label
EMI UK
Release date
16 Apr 2007
Running length
47 tracks
Running time
142:09

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    Track     Duration Listeners
1 The Skeleton And The Roundabout 2:27 2,305
2 Happy Birthday 0:23 139
3 The Birthday 3:00 4,625
4 I Like My Toys 2:12 4,886
5 Morning Sunshine 1:48 6,017
6 Follow Me Follow 2:48 4,212
7 Sitting In My Tree 2:00 3,891
8 On With The Show 2:22 3,823
9 Lucky Man 2:38 3,604
10 (Don't Put Your Boys In The Army) Mrs. Ward 2:14 552
11 Pie In The Sky 2:27 2,704
12 The Lady Who Said She Could Fly 2:22 3,092
13 End Of The Road 2:09 2,968
14 Come With Me 2:45 2,461
15 Sea Of Dreams 3:13 2,234
16 Going Home 3:44 1,901
17 Reminds Me Of You 2:54 1,574
18 Mr Crow And Sir Norman 3:17 1,085
19 Please No More Sad Songs 3:21 2,756
20 Girl At The Window 3:44 2,068
21 Big Chief Woolley Bosher 5:15 454
22 Someone Knocking 2:56 1,367
23 A Better Life (The Weather Man Knows) 2:45 716
24 Hurry Up John 3:33 3,536
25 Lucky Man (Alternative Version) 2:35 221
26 Follow Me Follow (Alternative Version) 1:56 245
27 Days Of Broken Arrows (Alternative Version) 3:39 265
1 Here We Go Round The Lemon Tree 2:44 1,812
2 My Father's Son 2:15 1,243
3 Imposters Of Life's Magazine 2:21 8,360
4 Knocking Nails Into My House 2:27 1,761
5 Days Of The Broken Arrows 3:51 7,355
6 Worn Red Carpet 3:03 1,076
7 In The Summertime 2:58 1,035
8 Told You Twice 3:38 660
9 Neanderthal Man 3:56 760
10 Victim Of Circumstance 3:36 1,106
11 Dancing Flower 2:14 931
12 Sad O'Sad 3:28 444
13 The Clock 3:22 706
14 I Will See You 3:11 826
15 By The Sun 6:42 738
16 Alcatraz 4:02 715
17 And The Rain 2:52 707
18 She Sang Hymns Out Of Tune 3:07 696
19 Bitter Green 3:45 671
20 We Want It All 4:10 674

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  • richardneal

    Jeff Lynne arrives!

    11 Apr 2011 Reply
  • AndreaH10

    Disappointed that there are no reviews on this album. It is distinctly a masterpiece of a 2cd set that covers The Idle Races' career. Goes from the silly song "I Like My Toys" to the gem "I Will See You" which sounds later in their career. All but a couple are originals and can hear in later ELO's work in the 70's including strings and high pitched vocals. Both underrated and underplayed album needs more recognition. Thank you Jeff for the brilliance that is of The Idle Race.

    10 Feb 2011 Reply

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