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The Kinks - Kriminally Rare FLAC album
Performer: The Kinks
Title: Kriminally Rare
Released: 1998
Label: Tendolar
Country: US
Catalog #: TDR-004
Genre: Rock / Pop
Rating: 4.1
Votes: 203
Formats: CD, Compilation, Unofficial Release
FLAC size: 2405 mb
MP3 size: 2142 mb

Tracklist

1The KinksReturn To Waterloo (From The 1983 Soundtrack)
2The KinksOn The Outside (1976 'Sleepwalker' Demo - Issued 1994 On Waterloo Sunset E.P.)
3The KinksWaterloo Sunset (Waterloo Sunset E.P. From 1994 'To The Bone' Cd)
4The KinksMassive Reductions (1981 B-Side)
5The KinksNew World (From 'Did Ya?' 1991 Mini Album)
6The KinksSlum Kids (1974 Preservation Outtake Live)
7The KinksDid Ya? (From 'Did Ya?' 1991 Mini Album)
8The KinksNoise (1982 B-Side)
9The KinksLive Life (1978 Longer Version With Extra Verse)
10The KinksElevator Man (1976 'Sleepwalker' Demo - Issued 1994 On Waterloo Sunset E.P.)
11The KinksArtificial Light (1978 B-Side)
12Dave DaviesMean Disposition (1983 Dave Davies A-Side)
13The Kinks(Wish I Could Fly Like) Superman (12" DJ Edit Radio Promo)
14The KinksPrince Of The Punks (1977 B-Side)
15Wild SilkToymaker (Ray Davies Composition By Wild Silk)
Composed By – Ray Davies
16Dave DaviesLove Gets You (1983 Dave Davies A-Side)
17The KinksLook Through Any Doorway (From 'Did Ya?' 1991 Mini Album)
Backing Vocals – Ray DaviesLead Vocals – Dave Davies

Notes

The sound quality varies wildly, with tracks 1-3 and 10 being best, since they originated on CD. Noise and Return to Waterloo are fairly poor compared to the rest of the tracks, and Mean Disposition and Love Gets You are only a little better. The rest I'd say are good quality vinyl. It's fairly high quality as far a boots go, and the liner notes only have one glaring mistake, listing Waterloo Sunset as having come from "To the Born."The sound quality varies wildly, with tracks 1-3 and 10 being best, since they originated on CD. Noise and Return to Waterloo are fairly poor compared to the rest of the tracks, and Mean Disposition and Love Gets You are only a little better. The rest I'd say are good quality vinyl. It's fairly high quality as far a boots go, and the liner notes only have one glaring mistake, listing Waterloo Sunset as having come from "To the Born."

Cyregaehus
According to the liner notes (what there are of them) Elevator Man and On the Inside are outtakes from the Misfits album. This a wrong assumption. The demos were recorded in 1976 for possible inclusion on the 'Poseur/Sleepwalker' album. Return to Waterloo is from the original soundtrack, but this isn't the same version from the Waterloo Sunset: Songs of Ray Davies disk that was released recently. This one starts out almost acoustic, then adds more guitars and electric stuff. Not bad, and it's got more energy than the other. The sound quality here's not great, though. Prince of the Punks, Artificial Light and Massive Reductions are listed as B sides of Arista singles. Massive Reductions is a lot edgier and rawer than the version on Word of Mouth, and I like this one better. Waterloo Sunset is the live version from the U.K. version of To The Bone. I still don't know why it's not on the U.S. double album. It's excellent.
The Song Toymaker is a Ray Davies composition which was recorded and released by a group called Wild Silk.
Live Life! is an alternate version from Misfits with an extra verse. Slum Kids is a live version of the unreleased song from Preservation Act II, and it fits right in with the style of songs on that album. Mean Disposition and Love Gets You were both singles from Dave's Chosen People album. Noise came from the State of Confusion cassette and was B-Side to 'Come Dancing'. Superman is the extended rock radio remix that was promo only. If you like the original, you'll like this one. If you prefer the live version, then you probably won't like this one.

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