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Title: Steam Specials Of The Seventies
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The Best Seventies Album contains the defining tracks of the decade and features some of the biggest hits from artists including T. Rex, Mott The Hoople, Sweet, The Jacksons, David Essex, Earth, Wind & Fire with The Emotions, Nilsson, Eric Carmen, Baccara and many more. Extra information about this release. 100 Hits – The Girls.

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Artist: VA Title: The Greatest Seventies Album Year Of Release: 2018 Label: Rhino Genre: Pop, Rock Quality: Mp3 320 kbps Total Time: 05:03:41 Total. VA – The Greatest Seventies Album (2018). di Gigi · Pubblicato Giugno 22, 2018 · Aggiornato Agosto 19, 2018.

Seventies" is a song by Japanese dance unit, MAX. It is a Japanese cover of Italo disco artist Mega NRG Man's song of the same name. It was composed by Groove Surfers with Japanese lyrics written by Kazumi Suzuki. It was released as their fourth single and the original version of the song appears on the albums, Maximum (1996), Maximum Collection (1999) and Precious Collection 1995–2002 (2002). It was used in commercials for Japanese brand donuts Mister Donut

The Specials is the debut album by British ska revival band The Specials. Released on 19 October 1979 on Jerry Dammers' 2 Tone label, the album is seen by some as the defining moment in the UK ska scene. Produced by Elvis Costello, the album captures the disaffection and anger felt by the youth of the UK's "concrete jungle"-a phrase borrowed from Bob Marley's 1972 album Catch a Fire but equally apposite used here to describe the grim, violent inner cities of 1970s Britain.

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A1 June 10th, 1973
A2 In Preparation For The Second Trip Recorded By Stratford Signal Box, 4771 Pushes The Empty Train Into The Loop Having Reversed On Hatton Triangle, Hooks Up And Backs Into The Station
A3 The Special Leaves Stratford And Commences The 1 In 75 Climb To Wilmcote
A4 September 22nd, 1973
A5 The Exhaust Of The Two-Cylinder Class 5 Is Prominent As The Train Slows And Commences The Long Climb From Carnforth
A6 The Empty Train Leaves Ravenglass Bound For Barrow To Enable The Locomotives To Reverse On The Turntable
A7 June 10th, 1973
A8 April 7th, 1974
B1 September 22nd, 1973
B2 The Train Slows For Some Severe Bends And Both Whistles Are Heard As 'The Lancastrian' Hustles Through A Tunnel
B3 June 24th, 1973
B4 No. 6998 Brings The Return Train Up The 1 In 80 Gradient Out Of Ledbury Tunnel And Proceeds Towards Worcester
B5 September 29th, 1973
B6 October 27th, 1973
B7 Twenty Minutes Out Of Birmingham Speed Has Increased To Around 60 M.P.H. 4772 Charges Up A Gradient And Nearing The Top Slips And Temporarily 'Loses Her Feet'

Companies, etc.

  • Record Company – H. R. Taylor (Birmingham) Ltd.


  • Engineer – Rex G. Smith
  • Photography By, Producer, Sleeve Notes – Tony Wright