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Hit Parade Box Set (4 Volume Set)


Download links and information about Hit Parade Box Set (4 Volume Set) by Paul Weller. This album was released in 2007 and it belongs to Rock, Pop, Alternative genres. It contains 67 tracks with total duration of 03:54:51 minutes.

Artist: Paul Weller
Release date: 2007
Genre: Rock, Pop, Alternative
Tracks: 67
Duration: 03:54:51
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No. Title Length
1. In the City (featuring The Jam) 2:18
2. All Around the World (featuring The Jam) 2:21
3. The Modern World (Single Version) (featuring The Jam) 2:31
4. News of the World (featuring The Jam) 3:27
5. David Watts (Single Version) (featuring The Jam) 2:52
6. "A" Bomb In Wardour Street (Single Verson) (featuring The Jam) 2:33
7. Down In the Tube Station At Midnight (Single Version) (featuring The Jam) 4:03
8. Strange Town (featuring The Jam) 3:47
9. When You're Young (featuring The Jam) 3:09
10. Eton Rifles (Single Version) (featuring The Jam) 3:57
11. Going Underground (featuring The Jam) 2:54
12. The Dreams of Children (featuring The Jam) 3:06
13. Start! (Single Version) (featuring The Jam) 2:29
14. That's Entertainment (featuring The Jam) 3:34
15. Funeral Pyre (featuring The Jam) 3:27
16. Absolute Beginners (featuring The Jam) 2:49
17. Town Called Malice (featuring The Jam) 2:52
18. Precious (Single Version) (featuring The Jam) 3:32
19. Just Who Is the 5 O'Clock Hero? (featuring The Jam) 2:11
20. The Bitterest Pill (I Ever Had to Swallow) (featuring The Jam) 3:28
21. Beat Surrender (featuring The Jam) 3:26
22. Speak Like a Child (featuring The Style Council) 3:18
23. Money-Go-Round, Pt. 1 & 2 (featuring The Style Council) 7:42
24. Long Hot Summer (Single Edit) (featuring The Style Council) 3:51
25. A Solid Bond In Your Heart (featuring The Style Council) 3:18
26. My Ever Changing Moods (Single Edit) (featuring The Style Council) 4:04
27. You're the Best Thing (Single Edit) (featuring The Style Council) 4:25
28. The Big Boss Groove (featuring The Style Council) 4:40
29. Shout to the Top (featuring The Style Council) 4:16
30. Walls Come Tumbling Down (featuring The Style Council) 3:25
31. Come to Milton Keynes (featuring The Style Council) 3:01
32. The Lodgers (Or She Was Only a Shopkeeper's Daughter) [Extended Single Version] (featuring The Style Council) 4:56
33. Have You Ever Had It Blue (Single Version) (featuring The Style Council) 3:24
34. It Didn't Matter (Single Edit) (featuring The Style Council) 5:45
35. Waiting (featuring The Style Council) 4:27
36. Wanted (Or Waiter, There's Some Soup In My Flies) (featuring The Style Council) 3:24
37. Life At a Top Peoples Health Farm (featuring The Style Council) 4:18
38. How She Threw It All Away (featuring The Style Council) 4:14
39. Promised Land (Radio Edit) (featuring The Style Council) 2:51
40. Into Tomorrow 3:12
41. Uh Huh Oh Yeh! (Always There to Fool You!) 3:19
42. Above the Clouds (Single Version) 3:50
43. Sunflower 4:09
44. Wild Wood 3:22
45. The Weaver (Single Edit) 3:43
46. Hung Up 2:40
47. Out of the Sinking (Single Version) 3:49
48. The Changingman (Single Edit) 3:31
49. You Do Something to Me 3:38
50. Broken Stones 3:21
51. Peacock Suit (Single Version) 3:05
52. Brushed 3:29
53. Friday Street 2:17
54. Mermaids 3:05
55. Brand New Start 4:06
56. He's the Keeper (Single Edit) 3:39
57. Sweet Pea, My Sweet Pea 4:06
58. It's Written In the Stars 3:00
59. Leafy Mysteries 3:07
60. The Bottle 3:04
61. Wishing On a Star (Single Version) 3:30
62. Thinking of You 3:51
63. Early Morning Rain 3:46
64. From the Floorboards Up 2:28
65. Come On / Let's Go 3:17
66. Here's the Good News 2:57
67. Blink and You'll Miss It 3:25



Paul Weller’s solo career after The Jam and The Style Council assured his fans that he was still a legitimate heavyweight in terms of singing and songwriting. Weller’s work with The Jam had proven he was an artist. But after those first blasts of youth subsided and The Jam’s work became slicker and more mannered with their final studio album, The Gift—and then The Style Council took things in an even smoother direction—it wasn’t clear where Weller’s artistry was headed. But when he went solo, fans and critics got a much better idea of the man. “Into Tomorrow” sounded recharged, and the songwriter who gave the world “Going Underground,” “Dreams of Children," and “That’s Entertainment” sounded like he’d gotten back in touch with himself. (Not that The Style Council didn’t have moments, especially with their early singles.) Hit Parade features all the A-sides Paul Weller released from the start of his career up to the 2007 cut-off date for this release. It leaves off coveted b-sides and album tracks, in order to remain true to its hit-parade mission.