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All Over The World (CD)
1976's A NEW WORLD RECORD is both a classic of commercial '70s pop and an archetypal ELO album. From the outer-space synths and rich orchestrations that open the album to Jeff Lynne's meticulous production and Beatlesque melodies, A NEW WORLD RECORD is magnificent ear candy. Both ambitious enough to appeal to "serious" rock fans and ultra-catchy enough to sound terrific on Top 40 radio (the plaintively gorgeous, McCartney-like "Telephone Line" and the anthemic "Livin' Thing" were well-deserved smashes), ELO was one of the few '70s bands whose appeal covered both the FM and AM spectrums. The album even resurrects "Do Ya," a classic single by Lynne's former band, the Move, in a splashy new version.
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Specifications
Type: CD
Recorded: 1976
Release Date: 2007-02-14
Label: Epic
Country: Euro
Item No: 88697046492
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Track List
01 Mr. blue sky
02 Evil woman
03 Don't bring me down
04 Sweet talkin' woman
05 Shine a little love
06 Turn to stone
07 The diary of horace wimp
08 Confusion
09 Hold on tight
10 Livin' thing
11 Telephone line
12 All over the world
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