The Definitive Monkees

The Definitive Monkees

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ReleaseDate : 2001/01/29
NumberOfItems : 1
Format : Best of
Format : Import
ItemDimensions : 39492551
Type : Original Language
Type : Unknown
PublicationDate : 2001-01-26
EANListElement : 0685738669127
Manufacturer : Warner Strategic
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Brand : Rhino
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PackageQuantity : 1
Artist : The Monkees
Label : Warner Strategic
Studio : Warner Strategic
PartNumber : CDWEA86691
ProductGroup : Music
FormattedPrice : ¥ 781
MPN : CDWEA86691
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CatalogNumberListElement : 685738669127
CatalogNumberListElement : CDWEA86691
CatalogNumberListElement : B000059QBZ
Publisher : Warner Strategic
Language : 英語Original Language
Language : 英語Unknown
NumberOfDiscs : 1
UPCList : 685738669127
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UPC : 685738669127
Languages : 英語Original Language英語Unknown
Name : 英語
Name : 英語

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Disc 1 / Track

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 [Album Version]
7 - (I'm Not Your) Steppin' Stone
8 - She
9 - Little Bit Me, A Little Bit You
10 - Mary, Mary
11 - 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
Recruited through a trade advertisement placed in a Hollywood showbiz paper asking for "four insane boys" to make that call, the Monkees are now widely acknowledged as being the first wholly manufactured pop band to really make an impact. Seen as a direct, home-grown response to the English Beat invasion that that had so transformed the US charts in the 1960s, the tidal wave of publicity that their tie-in TV show invaluably afforded them meant that Mickey Dolenz, Peter Nesmith, Davy Jones and Peter Tork were immediate stars. Indeed, for a few crazy months the Monkees were easily as big as the Beatles had ever been when they themselves had made their own shrill-screamed, mop-topped breakthrough and started the whole thing off. This new Definitive collection contains everything that even the worryingly obsessive fan might need. From the recognised karaoke classics like "Daydream Believer" and "Last Train to Clarkesville" to the quirkier, less well-known material like "Mary, Mary" and "For Pete's Sake", there are 70 tracks here to confirm that The Monkees were far more than just a soulless exercise in hype and hope. The gently frazzled psychedelia of "Porpoise Song" and "Randy Scouse Git"s rinky-dink racket also included go some way to proving in fact that they are worthy of comparison with any other pop group of the period. --Sean Price
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