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Pop Goes the 70's [K-Tel]

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3/26/2002

Review

This collection of 1970s soft-rock favorites is enjoyable in a retro sense, but can't quite separate itself from the glut of decade-based compilations out there, since it features mostly re-recorded versions of these one hit wonders. It's really only satisfying as background music, since any closer of a listen will reveal the songs' inadequacies. After all, part of what made these one-offs popular in the first place were their unique idiosyncrasies. Without these intangibles, much of Pop Goes the 70's wears out its welcome pretty quickly. ~ Johnny Loftus
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  1. # Track Artist Length
  2. 1 Beautiful Sunday Daniel Boone 2:56
  3. 2 Freedom Come, Freedom Go The Fortunes 3:16
  4. 3 In the Summertime Mungo Jerry 3:41
  5. 4 Come and Get It Badfinger 2:12
  6. 5 The Witch Queen of New Orleans Redbone 3:33
  7. 6 Radancer Marmalade 3:51
  8. 7 Son of My Father Chicory Tip 3:16
  9. 8 Fox on the Run Brian Connolly 3:33
  10. 9 Dancin' (On a Saturday Night) Barry Blue 3:51
  11. 10 Goodbye My Love Glitter Band 4:1
  12. 11 Sugar Baby Love Rubettes 3:23
  13. 12 I' Like to Teach the World to Sing (In Perfect Harmony) The New Seekers 2:29
  14. 13 Billy, Don't Be a Hero Paper Lace 3:45
  15. 14 Chirpy Chirpy Cheep Cheep 2:28
  16. 15 I'd Love You to Want Me Edú Lobo 4:9
  17. 16 Indiana Wants Me Dean R. Taylor 3:6
  18. 17 Rock Your Baby George McCrae 3:20
  19. 18 That Same Old Feeling Polly Brown 2:57

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