The Hoople Extra tracks, Original recording remastered
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Top Customer Reviews
The bonus tracks on this remastered version actually add substantial value to the package, a few b-sides/outtakes, stomping, storming live tracks, and Hunter's wonderful farewell "Saturday Gigs."
UK released April 2006 – "The Hoople" by MOTT THE HOOPLE on Sony/Legacy 82796 978732 (Barcode 827969787328) is an 'Expanded Edition' CD Remaster and plays out as follows (69:06 minutes):
1. The Golden Age Of Rock 'n' Roll
4. Crash Street Kidds
5. Born Late 1958 [Side 2]
6. Trudi's Song
7. Pearl 'N' Roy (England)
8. Through The Looking Glass
9. Roll Away The Stone
Tracks 1 to 9 are their seventh studio album "The Hoople" - released in the UK in July 1974 on CBS Records S 69064 and Columbia PC 32871
10. Where Do They All Come From
Non-album B-side of the November 1973 UK 7" single "Roll Away The Stone" on CBS Records S CBS 1895
11. Rest In Peace
Non-album B-side of the March 1974 UK 7" single "The Golden Age Of Rock 'n' Roll" on CBS Records S CBS 2177
12. Foxy, Foxy
Non-album A-side of a June 1974 UK 7" single on CBS Records S CBS 2439
13. (Do You Remember The) Saturday Gigs
Non-album A-side of a September 1974 UK 7" single on CBS Records S CBS 2754 (credited as "Saturday Gig" on the label)
14. The Saturday Kids (Work In Progress Mixes)
15. Lounge Lizard (Aborted B-side)
16.Read more ›
Worn out after 4 failed albums, the band were to split, when an for the time almost unknown singasong writer David Bowie, persuaded them to make the final push. The (33 years old) Ian Hunter, frontman of Mott The Hoople, was not thrilled by the offered Bowie song Suffragette City and asked for a better. Bowie took out his guitar, sat on the office floor and performed a song, which I call The anthem of the 70ies "All The Young Dudes". The Hooples loved it and made a version which still today and in the future will be regarded as one of the biggest rocksongs.
The album "The Hoople" is the last the band ever recorded, and in the Mott The Hoople way, starting with chaos, as the brilliant leadguitarist Mick Ralphs announced his split from the band at the same time. The reduced band made an album with all kinds of moods, sounds and style, with Hunters "lean-back", ironic and sarkastic comments on topics of the day, included himself "Looking Through The Looking Glass"
Their are refrences to Lou Reed (Walk On The Wild Side) in the song "Alice", but funny, elegant and well-written. "Marionette" is a political remark of the cruel ways the society handles common people (and still do).
On the silly lovesong "Trudi`s Song", Hunter makes a joke of a loveaffair gone bad or....?
"The Golden Age Of Rock'n'Roll" recorded in a funny traditionell rock'n'roll voice over introduktion from Ian Hunter with a strong piano rockabilly of the 50ies. But the sound is fantastic, you'll think it was recorded just yesterday - brilliant, smooth and beautiful, the rhythm and use of instruments flowing in and out are incredible.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
In the 1970s many, many new bands came to the forefront, Mott The Hoople being one of them.
Mostly it's upfront Rock And Roll type sounds, for me only Roll Away The Stone... Read more
This is a classic glam rock album, worth the price for 'golden age of rock n roll' alone! All the young dudes pips it, though, just.Published 23 months ago by BigK90
I bought this on vinyl when it first came and loved it for years. With the advent of CDs I lost touch with it and had not heard the while things for 25 odd years. Read morePublished on 19 Feb. 2014 by Gary French
recently watched a programme about Mott the hoople and the bands history and thought I should replace some lost musicPublished on 21 April 2013 by davve1608