Bread ‎– The Sound Of Bread - Their 20 Finest Songs

Elektra ‎– K 52062
Vinyl, LP, Compilation, Textured Sleeve


A1 Make It With You 3:15
A2 Dismal Day 2:19
A3 London Bridge 2:30
A4 Anyway You Want Me 3:12
A5 Look What You've Done 3:10
A6 It Don't Matter To Me 2:41
A7 The Last Time 4:10
A8 Let Your Love Go 2:25
A9 Truckin' 2:31
A10 If 2:33
B1 Baby I'm A Want You 2:25
B2 Everything I Own 3:06
B3 Down On My Knees 2:44
B4 Just Like Yesterday 2:35
B5 Diary 3:05
B6 Sweet Surrender 2:35
B7 Guitar Man 3:55
B8 Fancy Dancer 3:31
B9 She's The Only One 3:00
B10 Lost Without Your Love 2:56

Companies, etc.


Same as this release though with the correct track-listing on sleeve and labels

Matt-print cream & textured sleeve.

(p) & (c) Elektra/Asylum Records Distributed by WEA Records Ltd.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A runout, etched variant 1): K-52062-A-3 ALLEN
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A runout, stamped): C ⋀
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B runout, etched variant 1): K-52062-B-3 ALLEN
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B runout, stamped): ⋀
  • Matrix / Runout (Label, side A): K 52062 A *
  • Matrix / Runout (Label, side B): K 52062 B *
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A etched variant 2): K 52062-A A1 ALLEN
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B etched variant 2): K 52062-B AK 1 ALLEN

Other Versions (5 of 54) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
7E 7002 Bread The Sound Of Bread - Their 20 Finest Songs(LP, Comp) Elektra 7E 7002 US 1977 Sell This Version
K 52 062, ELK 52 062 Bread The Sound Of Bread - Their 20 Finest Songs(LP, Comp, RE, But) Elektra, Elektra K 52 062, ELK 52 062 UK Unknown Sell This Version
M5E 7E 7002 Bread The Sound Of Bread - Their 20 Finest Songs(Cass, Comp, Pap) Elektra M5E 7E 7002 New Zealand 1978 Sell This Version
K 52062 Bread The Sound Of Bread(LP, Comp, RE) Elektra K 52062 UK Unknown Sell This Version
EKH 6602 Bread The Sound Of Bread - Their 20 Finest Songs(LP, Comp, Tex) Elektra EKH 6602 South Africa 1984 Sell This Version


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January 25, 2020
edited 10 months ago
The absolute pits of recorded music and art. If the vomit inducing dreck within the grooves doesn’t get you the offensively beige and boring beyond belief art will. How this passed for acceptable art I’ll never know.
Don’t get me started on the name ‘Bread’...
If you like this band or own this record it’s time to put your head in a noose and jump off a high bridge and then you’ll have done something radical for the first time in your existence.


May 10, 2015
Is it just me but does every single 2nd hand shop or stall record box have a copy of The sound of Bread in it? I must have seen 1000 copies of this!