Status Quo: The Vinyl Singles Collection 1984-1989, 7" Single (Vinyl)
Status Quo: The Vinyl Singles Collection 1984-1989, 7" Single (Vinyl)
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Status Quo
The Vinyl Singles Collection 1984-1989

  • 7" Single (Vinyl)
  • United Kingdom
box set contains 12 x 7", 20 page booklet and download code
  • Universal Music
  • (5728752)
  • 24 Tracks
  • UPC 602557287523
  • heavy item (1300g)
  • M / M
  • virgin

tracks

Disc One

A

The Wanderer

B

Can't Be Done

Disc Two

A

Naughty Girl

B

No Contract

Disc Three

A

Rollin' Home [Single Version]

B

Lonely

Disc Four

A

Red Sky

B

Don't Give It Up

Disc Five

A

In The Army Now [Single Edit]

B

Heartburn

Disc Six

A

Dreamin'

B1

Long Legged Girls

Disk Seven

A

Ain't Complaining [Single Edit]

B

That's Alright

Disc Eight

A

Who Gets The Love? [EP Edit]

B

Halloween

Disc Nine

A

Running All Over The World

B

Magic

Disk Ten

A

Burning Bridges (On And Off And On Again) [Single Edit]

B

Whatever You Want

Disc Eleven

A

Not At All

B

Gone Thru The Slips

Disc Twelve

A

Little Dreamer

B

Rotten to The Bone

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