Sweet

Live at the Rainbow 1973 is a Sweet live album released in 1999. The album is a recording of a concert at the Rainbow Theatre, London on 21 December 1973.

This release marks the first time the Rainbow Theatre concert was available in its entirety.


Pressed on 140gram vinyl (double).

 

TRACKLISTING

SIDE A

1. The Stripper (Intro)

2. Hell Raiser

3. Burning / Someone Else Will

4. Rock'n Roll Disgrace

5. Wig Wam Bam

 

SIDE B

1. Need a Lot of Loving

2. Done Me Wrong All Right

3. You're Not Wrong for Loving Me

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SIDE C

1. The Man with the Golden Arm

2. Little Willy

3. Teenage Rampage

 

SIDE D

1. Rock'n Roll Medley

2. Ballroom Blitz

3. Blockbuster

 

 

Featuring seven original studio albums and two discs of rarities, ‘Sensational Sweet (The Brian Connolly Years 1971-1977)’ is set to be the most thorough account of glam icons Sweet yet.
 
Fully documenting the classic line up (Andy Scott, Steve Priest, Mick Tucker and Brian Connolly) the nine disc set includes 1971 debut studio album ‘Funny, How Sweet Co Co Can Be’ and the five following albums up to and including ‘Off The Record’ – exclusively licensed from Polydor for this box. ‘Off The Record’ was the last studio album to feature singer Brian Connolly before he left the band.
 

PACKAGING/SPECIAL FEATURES
9CD Set, each disc in a six-page digipack, 40 page colour booklet

CD1: Funny, How Sweet Co Co Can Be (Original Studio Album)          

CD2: Sweet Fanny Adams (Original Studio Album)

CD3: Desolation Boulevard (Original Studio Album)                 

CD4: Give Us A Wink (Original Studio Album)                              

CD5: Off The Record (Original Studio Album)

CD6: Level Headed (Original Studio Album)       

CD7: The Lost Singles - Bonus Disc: new Non-Album-Singles & B-Sides Compilation

CD8: The Rainbow (Sweet Live In The UK) – the full Concert as previously released
within the vinyl box “Are You Ready?”

CD9: bonus disc with rarities
FUNNY, HOW SWEET CO CO CAN BE (NEW VINYL EDITION)

Vinyl album edition of "Funny How How Sweet Co-What Can Be" - debut album of the Sweet group, released in November 1971.


Pressed on 140gram vinyl

 

TRACKLISTING

SIDE A

1. Co-Co

2. Chop Chop

3. Reflections

4. Honeysuckle Love

5. Santa Monica Sunshine

6. Daydream

7. Alexander Graham Bell

8. Poppa Joe

SIDE B

1. Funny Funny

2. Tom Tom Turnaround

3. Jeanie

4. Sunny Sleeps Late

5. Spotlight

6. Done Me Wrong All Right

7. Little Willy

8. Wig Wam Bam

OFF THE RECORD (NEW VINYL EDITION)

Vinyl edition of album "Off the Record" - the fifth album of the Sweet group, originally released in April 1977.

Pressed on 140gram vinyl

TRACKLISTING

SIDE A

1. Fever of Love

2. Lost Angels

3. Midnight to Daylight

4. Windy City

5. A Distinct Lack of Ancient

 

SIDE B

1. Live for Today

2. She Gimme Lovin’

3. Laura Lee

4. Hard Times

5. Funk It Up

6. Why Don’t You Do It to Me

7. Stairway to the Stars


GIVE US A WINK (NEW VINYL EDITION)

The resumption of the vinyl album "Give Us a Wink" - the fourth album of the British rock band Sweet, which was originally released in February 1976. It was the first album entirely produced by the members of the group.

Pressed on 140gram vinyl

TRACKLISTING

SIDE A

1. The Lies in Your Eyes

2. Cockroach

3. Keep It In

4. 4th of July

 

SIDE B

1. Action

2. Yesterday’s Rain

3. White Mice

4. Healer


DESOLATION BOULEVARD (NEW VINYL EDITION)

Vinyl edition of the album "Desolation Boulevard" - the third album of the Sweet group, which was originally released in November 1974, their second album release of the year.

Pressed on 140gram vinyl

TRACKLISTING

SIDE A

1. The Six Teens

2. Solid Gold Brass

3. Turn It Down

4. Medussa

5. Lady Starlight

6. Someone Else Will

7. Miss Demeanor

 

SIDE B

1. Man With the Golden Arm

2. Fox on the Run

3. Breakdown

4. My Generation

5. I Wanna Be Comitted

6. Burn on the Flame


SWEET FANNY ADAMS (NEW VINYL EDITION)

Vinyl edition of the album "Sweet Fanny Adams" - the second album of the Sweet group, which was originally released in 1974. This album became a turning point for the band that changed their sound to more rock ones.

Pressed on 140gram vinyl

TRACKLISTING

SIDE A

1. Set Me Free

2. Heartbreak Today

3. No You Don’t

4. Rebel Rouser

5. Peppermint Twist

6. Teenage Rampage


SIDE B

1. Sweet F.A.

2. Restless

3. In to the Night

4. AC-DC

5. Own Up, Take a Look at Yourself