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    Various - Decade Volume 1 album cover

    VariousDecade Volume 1

    Label:EMI Records Australia – EME.1026, EMI Records Australia – EME-1026
    Format:
    Vinyl, LP, Compilation
    Country:Australia
    Released:
    Genre:Pop, Rock
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    Tracklist

    A1The La De DasGonna See My Baby Tonight
    Written-ByBorich*
    3:15
    A2Master's Apprentices*Turn Up Your Radio
    Written-ByFord*, Keays*
    3:33
    A3Carson (3)Boogie (Part 1)
    Written-ByCarson (3)
    4:14
    A4Flying Circus*Hayride
    Written-ByCason*, Gayden*
    2:15
    A5La De Das*Morning Good Morning
    Written-ByBorich*, Key*
    3:38
    A6Zoot (2)Eleanor Rigby
    Written-ByLennon/McCartney*
    4:46
    B1Russell MorrisThe Real Thing
    Written-ByJ. Young*
    6:19
    B2The Twilights (3)What's Wrong With The Way I Live
    Written-ByClarke/Hicks/Nash*
    2:47
    B3Somebody's ImageHide And Seek
    Written-ByTrevor*, Van Wyk*
    2:00
    B4Flying Circus*La La
    Written-ByCason*, Gayden*
    2:07
    B5The Twilights (3)Needle In A Haystack
    Written-ByWhitfield*, Stevenson*
    2:11
    B6Master's Apprentices*Because I Love You
    Written-ByFord*, Keays*
    4:34
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    Notes

    Compilation ©&℗ 1978 EMI (Australia) Limited.

    Manufactured and distributed by EMI (Australia) Limited.

    The first catalog# (EME.1026) appears on the sleeve. The second catalog# (EME-1026) appears on the labels.

    Barcode and Other Identifiers

    • Matrix / Runout (A): EME1026A
    • Matrix / Runout (B): EME1026B

    Other Versions (1)

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    Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
    New Submission
    Decade Volume 1 (Cassette, Compilation)EMITC-EME-1026Australia1978

    Reviews

    • Beachbeatle1's avatar
      Beachbeatle1
      Astonishingly good & significant comp showcasing both well known & semi-obscure classic Oz artist recordings from 69-72. Every baby boomer Aussie would know these rock/pop songs &/or artists who toured the pubs & festivals of the time - nostalgia trip extraordinaire.