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Disc: 1
1. She's Not There
2. Woman
3. Tell Her No
4. Leave Me Be
5. Summertime
See all 23 tracks on this disc
Disc: 2
1. She's Not There
2. Summertime
3. It's Alright With Me
4. You've Really Got a Hold On Me
5. Sometimes
See all 14 tracks on this disc
Disc: 3
1. Road Runner
2. Summertime
3. I Can't Make Up My Mind
4. The Way I Feel Inside
5. Work 'N' Play
See all 22 tracks on this disc
Disc: 4
1. She's Coming Home
2. I Must Move
3. I Want You Back Again
4. I Want You Back Again (Alternative)
5. Whenever You're Ready
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This is the essential collectors 81 track,4CD compilation that fully explores the band's complete and up-to-date stereo recording history from the 1964-1967 period-with all the initial True and Fake stereo versions released at the time due to popular demand,right through to the very latest remixes from the master tapes of those original recordings.CD1:1960s True Stereo recordings(1964-1967 period),23 track selection featuring key tracks(She's Not There & Tell Her No)plus many others.The tracks are taken from Decca's The World Of The Zombies and bonus tracks from previous Repertoire releases and compilations.CD 2:1960s Fake Stereo recordings(1964-1967 period)14 tracks,featuring the entire contents of The Zombies Featuring She's Not There and Tell Her No(Parrot Records,USA),plus 2 other tracks from The World Of The Zombies.CD 3:New Stereo Mixes taken from masters of the 1964-1967 period(Part 1)2002 Remixes,Remastered 2013 22 tracks.Opening tracks 1-14 commence in the running order of the debut LP Begin Here -here now presented for your listening pleasure in new remixed stereo version!Other tracks follow the order of our companion CD.The Complete Decca Mono Recordings,plus a couple of new additions.CD 4:New Stereo Mixes taken from masters of the 1964-1967 period(Part 2)2002 Remixes,Remastered 2013.22 tracks.Continuing on the lines of our The Complete Decca Mono Recordings plus 7 new additions.All expertly remastered by Jon Astley(who has worked on recordings by the Who,Led Zeppelin,George Harrison and many others).Superb sound the best in the business! Booklet with new,authoritative and extensive liner notes written by respected journalist and author Michael Heatley(Record Collector/Guitar & Bass).

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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
Why 4 discs? 29 Mar. 2014
By Kevin D. Rathert - Published on Amazon.com
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I bought this box set after giving much thought. The band have always made it clear that their Decca recordings were recorded, mixed and mastered with mono in mind. The stereo mixes and masters were after thoughts often done without the band's involvement. This was not the case at CBS where the label made it clear that Odessey & Oracle was to be prepared in both mono and stereo. The band left Decca in 1967, so fast forward 35 years to 2002 when Alec Palao remixed and remastered the Zombie's Decca catalog in stereo, a total of 48 tracks, 44 of which were complete master takes, the remaining 4 being undubbed takes. Fast forward to December, 2013, and what we have here is a 4 cd, 90 track box set. Huh? Disc 1 contains the 32 "true" stereo tracks released in the 1960s. Okay. Disc 2 is comprised of 14 "fake" stereo tracks from the 1960s. What? I suppose for absolute completists this makes sense, but I thought the whole idea of Palao's painstaking 2002 remixes was to present the songs the way the band would have wanted them to sound, and indeed the band were quite pleased with the 2002 releases. So, why release this set? Disc 1 has merit, if nothing else, to compare with Palao's mixes and masters. Disc 2 is very questionable. Only 14 tracks and not even stereo. Discs 3 and 4 are where I have some issues. 44 of the 48 2002 mixes are included, all the dubbed masters, freshly remastered by John Astley. This has been a point of discussion among Zombies fans, myself included, as to why I just repurchased the "Decca Stereo Anthology" minus the backing tracks, and a disc of fake stereo tracks when the set is titled "In Stereo?" Disc 1 seem to be the only real addition of meaning to Zombies fans and collectors. Predictably enough the price of the set has plummeted from release date, so I got my copy for about $25, compared to the $65 preorder price. Rating this set is difficult. I appreciate disc 1, it should've been released years ago. Disc 2 is questionable at best. Discs 3 and 4 are hard to justify. The music rates 5 stars, disc 3 notwithstanding, but the inclusions of discs 3 and 4 rules out a 5 star rating, as does disc 2. So 4 stars is the best I can do. This despite being a huge fan of the band.
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
Overkill for Zombies fans 16 Jan. 2014
By Bill Krohn - Published on Amazon.com
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For so long their material has been unavailable and scattered. The last few years have seen an overkill of Zombies music. There's the mono box set, and at last, here is the stereo box set. Three discs would have been fine, this seems to be padded with one disc of the fake stereo used in the 60's; one disc with true stereo from the 60's; and 2 discs of the 2002 stereo mixes. 44 songs here but 48 on the Decca Stereo Anthology 2 disc from 2002. I personally have 5 different copies of Odyssey & Oracle, each with different bonus tracks, and a couple different mixes. That was on CBS, this box set includes everything before O&O. I, for one, am glad that at last everything they recorded is out and available in the best format.
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