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Boxset / Compilation · 1993

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By STEELY DAN

Tracklist

Disc 1
1. Do It Again (5:55)
2. Dirty Work (3:06)
3. Kings (3:44)
4. Midnite Cruiser (4:05)
5. Only a Fool Would Say That (2:54)
6. Reelin' In the Years (4:34)
7. Fire in the Hole (3:25)
8. Brooklyn (Owes the Charmer Under Me) (4:18)
9. Change of the Guard (3:37)
10. Turn That Heartbeat Over Again (4:57)
11. Bodhisattva (5:15)
12. Razor Boy (3:09)
13. The Boston Rag (5:38)
14. Your Gold Teeth (6:57)
15. Show Biz Kids (5:22)
16. My Old School (5:45)

Total Time: 72:49

Disc 2
1. King of the World (5:04)
2. Pearl of the Quarter (3:49)
3. Rikki Don't Lose That Number (4:08)
4. Night by Night (3:40)
5. Any Major Dude Will Tell You (3:08)
6. Barrytown (3:22)
7. East St. Louis Toodle-oo (2:49)
8. Parker's Band (2:45)
9. Through With Buzz (1:34)
10. Pretzel Logic (4:32)
11. With a Gun (2:18)
12. Charlie Freak (2:45)
13. Monkey in Your Soul (2:36)
14. Bodhisattva (live) (7:44)
15. Black Friday (3:41)
16. Bad Sneakers (3:19)
17. Rose Darling (3:05)
18. Daddy Don't Live in That New York City No More (3:15)
19. Doctor Wu (3:56)
20. Everyone's Gone to the Movies (3:44)
21. Chain Lightning (3:00)

Total Time: 74:25

Disc 3
1. Your Gold Teeth II (4:15)
2. Any World (That I'm Welcome To) (3:55)
3. Throw Back the Little Ones (3:14)
4. Kid Charlemagne (4:38)
5. The Caves of Altamira (3:33)
6. Don't Take Me Alive (4:16)
7. Sign in Stranger (4:23)
8. The Fez (4:01)
9. Green Earrings (4:05)
10. Haitian Divorce (5:51)
11. Everything You Did (3:55)
12. The Royal Scam (6:31)
13. Here at the Western World (4:02)
14. Black Cow (5:10)
15. Aja (8:00)
16. Peg (3:56)

Total Time: 73:51

Disc 4
1. Deacon Blues (7:36)
2. Home at Last (5:35)
3. I Got the News (5:07)
4. Josie (4:31)
5. FM (5:05)
6. Babylon Sisters (5:50)
7. Hey Nineteen (5:07)
8. Glamour Profession (7:29)
9. Gaucho (5:32)
10. Time Out of Mind (4:13)
11. My Rival (4:31)
12. Third World Man (5:14)
13. Everyone's Gone to the Movies (demo) (3:59)

Total Time: 69:55

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I don't like compilations, and box-sets in particular. It must be really something unique to attract me and convince me buying the old stuff in new clothes. I prefer original albums as produced, played and even visually designed by artists themselves. It was their statement, no matter how imperfect or flawed in technical terms it may have been.

"Citizen Steely Dan" is a lump sum of all their studio albums from the debut (1972) till "Gaucho" (1980) that marked the end of that period of their work. Even the tracks are sorted chronologically in exact listing as they appeared on original releases but sequences are discontinued between the discs, so if you want to listen to say, "Countdown to Ecstasy" only, you will have to change from disc 1 to disc 2.

If you are a fan that keeps all original albums in collection you don't need this package unless you are a die-hard completest. Oh, yeah, there are several bonus tracks: "Bodhisattva" live showing that SD was in fact a real rock band once upon a time, "Here at the Western World" which already appeared on their first compilation "Greatest Hits" in 1978 (so it is even not a premiere here) and negligible demo version of "Everyone's Gone to the Movies". Nothing crucial to justify the purchase. A friend of mine sent me this box and I plan to rip them all into my mp3 player, divide them into original albums' track listings and add cover images. Only in such a way I could listen to it.

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