"Rock 'n' Roll Silver" was an album I'd been looking forward to for a long time, having seen the track listing. Originally released as a double album with "Silver", which was (in 1983) all new material, "Rock 'n' Roll Silver" was an album of classic rock 'n' roll covers.
When the album arrived, I was horrified to find that of the 16 tracks on the "Rock 'n' Roll Silver" album, the first 9 were actually 9 of the 10 tracks from the "Silver" album., which I already had. Tracks 10-16 were correct (albeit in a different running order to the LP), but 2 tracks: Teddy Bear and Tutti Frutti, were missing.
The second cd in this set, "The Rock Connection" has been left untouched, which is the saving grace and which avoided the product getting 1 star. My advice, if you have either a vinyl-mp3 or tape-mp3 converter, get the original LP / tape and transfer it yourself!
This doesnt reflect upon the seller of course, but on EMI who made the decision to issue it like this. I'm finding more frequently that record companies are re-releasing their back catalogue on cd, with marked differences to the original LPs. Why?!