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Australia boasts a particularly strong, ludicrously disproportionate affinity with Creedence Clearwater Revival. Per capita - our fair nation's obsession with the band consistently shines through in chart positions, sales and radio airplay. It's a fact many people forget that their 1970 'Cosmo's Factory' spent an astonishing 19 weeks atop the Australian Charts, parking itself at the head of the esteemed hit parade of albums from September 1970 to January 1971 (knocking off Simon & Garfunkel 'Bridge Over Troubled Water' and replaced by no less than Led Zeppelin 'III'). Through their studio albums and compilation albums - their cumulative sales record in Australia is probably close to peerless. Anthems like Fortunate Son, Travelling Band, Proud Mary, Bad Moon Rising, Green River, Down On The Corner are staples of classic rock radio, pub jukeboxes and indeed iPod playlists. To the generation who grew up with the songs; they are intrinsically the soundtrack to their lives. To those who have discovered the unique gems after the fact - they are the sound of a time and place seemingly much more exciting, cutting edge and all-embracing than today. 2CD - 40 track collection customised for Australian audiences.
Australia boasts a particularly strong, ludicrously disproportionate affinity with Creedence Clearwater Revival. Per capita - our fair nation's obsession with the band consistently shines through in chart positions, sales and radio airplay. It's a fact many people forget that their 1970 'Cosmo's Factory' spent an astonishing 19 weeks atop the Australian Charts, parking itself at the head of the esteemed hit parade of albums from September 1970 to January 1971 (knocking off Simon & Garfunkel 'Bridge Over Troubled Water' and replaced by no less than Led Zeppelin 'III'). Through their studio albums and compilation albums - their cumulative sales record in Australia is probably close to peerless. Anthems like Fortunate Son, Travelling Band, Proud Mary, Bad Moon Rising, Green River, Down On The Corner are staples of classic rock radio, pub jukeboxes and indeed iPod playlists. To the generation who grew up with the songs; they are intrinsically the soundtrack to their lives. To those who have discovered the unique gems after the fact - they are the sound of a time and place seemingly much more exciting, cutting edge and all-embracing than today. 2CD - 40 track collection customised for Australian audiences.
600753382936
Creedence Clearwater Revival - Ultimate Collection: Australian Exclusive [Import]

Details

Format: CD
Label: UNIVERSAL IMPORT
Catalog: 5338293
Rel. Date: 04/03/2012
UPC: 600753382936

Ultimate Collection: Australian Exclusive [Import]
Artist: Creedence Clearwater Revival
Format: CD
New: Available $27.99
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Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. Have You Ever Seen the Rain
2. Bad Moon Rising
3. Fortunate Son
4. Proud Mary
5. Down on the Corner
6. Lookin Out My Back Door
7. Who'll Stop the Rain
8. Run Through the Jungle
9. Up Around the Bend
10. The Midnight Special
11. Long As I Can See the Light
12. I Heard It Through the Grapevine
13. Suzie Q
14. Green River
15. I Put a Spell on You
16. Lodi
17. Hey Tonight
18. Cotton Fields
19. Travelin' Band
20. Born on the Bayou
21. Someday Never Comes
22. Sweet Hitch-Hiker
23. Good Golly Miss Molly
24. It Came Out of the Sky
25. Ramble Tamble
26. Hello Mary Lou
27. Before You Accuse Me
28. Molina
29. Ooby Dooby
30. Commotion
31. Keep on Chooglin
32. Pagan Baby
33. Wrote a Song for Everyone
34. Don't Look Now
35. Effigy
36. Bootleg
37. My Baby Left Me
38. The Night Time Is the Right Time
39. Lookin for a Reason
40. Walking on the Water

More Info:

Australia boasts a particularly strong, ludicrously disproportionate affinity with Creedence Clearwater Revival. Per capita - our fair nation's obsession with the band consistently shines through in chart positions, sales and radio airplay. It's a fact many people forget that their 1970 'Cosmo's Factory' spent an astonishing 19 weeks atop the Australian Charts, parking itself at the head of the esteemed hit parade of albums from September 1970 to January 1971 (knocking off Simon & Garfunkel 'Bridge Over Troubled Water' and replaced by no less than Led Zeppelin 'III'). Through their studio albums and compilation albums - their cumulative sales record in Australia is probably close to peerless. Anthems like Fortunate Son, Travelling Band, Proud Mary, Bad Moon Rising, Green River, Down On The Corner are staples of classic rock radio, pub jukeboxes and indeed iPod playlists. To the generation who grew up with the songs; they are intrinsically the soundtrack to their lives. To those who have discovered the unique gems after the fact - they are the sound of a time and place seemingly much more exciting, cutting edge and all-embracing than today. 2CD - 40 track collection customised for Australian audiences.
        
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