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THE KINKS’, Everybody’s In Show-Biz – Everybody’s A Star 1971 classic album has been remastered from the original audio source for the album’s 50th Anniversary and will be released as a standalone heavy weight vinyl for the 9th September via BMG. Everybody’s in Show-Biz is a double album with one record devoted to stories from the road and another devoted to songs from the road. The album includes Ray Davies’ trademark wit, especially in the woozy beginning of “Unreal Reality” or the tongue-in-cheek “Look a Little on the Sunnyside” and the upbeat classic “Supersonic Rocket Ship.” Aside from the wit, there’s a sense of melancholy running throughout the record, most notably on the album’s hit track “Celluloid Heroes.” Expertly recreated and retouched original artwork with gatefold sleeve. All audio has been produced by Ray Davies and remastered by Kinks experts Kevin Gray at Cohearant. The 1CD standalone includes x1 brand new Ray Davies remix, “Celluloid Heroes’’ and indepth sleeve notes with band quotes and photos.

THE KINKS’, Everybody’s In Show-Biz – Everybody’s A Star 1971 classic album has been remastered from the original audio source for the album’s 50th Anniversary and will be released as a standalone heavy weight vinyl for the 9th September via BMG. Everybody’s in Show-Biz is a double album with one record devoted to stories from the road and another devoted to songs from the road. The album includes Ray Davies’ trademark wit, especially in the woozy beginning of “Unreal Reality” or the tongue-in-cheek “Look a Little on the Sunnyside” and the upbeat classic “Supersonic Rocket Ship.” Aside from the wit, there’s a sense of melancholy running throughout the record, most notably on the album’s hit track “Celluloid Heroes.” Expertly recreated and retouched original artwork with gatefold sleeve. All audio has been produced by Ray Davies and remastered by Kinks experts Kevin Gray at Cohearant. The 1CD standalone includes x1 brand new Ray Davies remix, “Celluloid Heroes’’ and indepth sleeve notes with band quotes and photos.

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Everybody’s In Show-Biz – Everybody’s A Star: 50th Anniversary Edition [2LP]
Artist: The Kinks
Format: Vinyl
New: Available $34.98
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Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. Here Comes Yet Another Day (2022 Remaster)
2. Maximum Consumption (2022 Remaster)
3. Unreal Reality (2022 Remaster)
4. Hot Potatoes (2022 Remaster)
5. Sitting in My Hotel (2022 Remaster)
6. Motorway (2022 Remaster)
7. You Don't Know My Name (2022 Remaster)
8. Supersonic Rocket Ship (2022 Remaster)
9. Look a Little on the Sunny Side (2022 Remaster)
10. Celluloid Heroes (2022 Remaster)

DISC: 2

1. Top of the Pops (Live at Carnegie Hall, New York, 3rd March 1972) [2022 Remaster]
2. Brainwashed (Live at Carnegie Hall, New York, 3rd March 1972) [2022 Remaster]
3. Mr. Wonderful (Live at Carnegie Hall, New York, 3rd March 1972) [2022 Remaster]
4. Acute Schizophrenia Paranoia Blues (Live at Carnegie Hall, New York, 3rd March 1972) [2022 Remaster]
5. Holiday (Live at Carnegie Hall, New York, 3rd March 1972) [2022 Remaster]
6. Muswell Hillbilly (Live at Carnegie Hall, New York, 3rd March 1972) [2022 Remaster]
7. Alcohol (Live at Carnegie Hall, New York, 3rd March 1972) [2022 Remaster]
8. Banana Boat Song (Live at Carnegie Hall, New York, 3rd March 1972) [2022 Remaster]
9. Skin and Bone (Live at Carnegie Hall, New York, 3rd March 1972) [2022 Remaster]
10. Baby Face (Live at Carnegie Hall, New York, 3rd March 1972) [2022 Remaster]
11. Lola (Live at Carnegie Hall, New York, 3rd March 1972) [2022 Remaster]

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THE KINKS’, Everybody’s In Show-Biz – Everybody’s A Star 1971 classic album has been remastered from the original audio source for the album’s 50th Anniversary and will be released as a standalone heavy weight vinyl for the 9th September via BMG. Everybody’s in Show-Biz is a double album with one record devoted to stories from the road and another devoted to songs from the road. The album includes Ray Davies’ trademark wit, especially in the woozy beginning of “Unreal Reality” or the tongue-in-cheek “Look a Little on the Sunnyside” and the upbeat classic “Supersonic Rocket Ship.” Aside from the wit, there’s a sense of melancholy running throughout the record, most notably on the album’s hit track “Celluloid Heroes.” Expertly recreated and retouched original artwork with gatefold sleeve. All audio has been produced by Ray Davies and remastered by Kinks experts Kevin Gray at Cohearant. The 1CD standalone includes x1 brand new Ray Davies remix, “Celluloid Heroes’’ and indepth sleeve notes with band quotes and photos.

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