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Showbiz Kids: The Steely Dan Story 1972-1980 (Remastered)


Download links and information about Showbiz Kids: The Steely Dan Story 1972-1980 (Remastered) by Steely Dan. This album was released in 2000 and it belongs to Rock, Hard Rock, Heavy Metal, Pop genres. It contains 33 tracks with total duration of 02:33:54 minutes.

Artist: Steely Dan
Release date: 2000
Genre: Rock, Hard Rock, Heavy Metal, Pop
Tracks: 33
Duration: 02:33:54
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No. Title Length
1. Do It Again 5:57
2. Dirty Work 3:08
3. Reelin' in the Years 4:37
4. Only a Fool Would Say That 2:57
5. Change of the Guard 3:39
6. Bodhisattva 5:18
7. The Boston Rag 5:40
8. Show Biz Kids 5:26
9. My Old School 5:46
10. Rikki Don't Lose That Number 4:32
11. Night by Night 3:40
12. Pretzel Logic 4:32
13. Any Major Dude Will Tell You 3:08
14. Black Friday 3:41
15. Bad Sneakers 3:21
16. Doctor Wu 3:55
17. Any World (That I'm Welcome To) 3:55
18. Chain Lightning 3:02
19. Kid Charlemagne 4:39
20. Don't Take Me Alive 4:16
21. Haitian Divorce 5:51
22. The Fez 4:02
23. Here in the Western World 4:01
24. Black Cow 5:10
25. Aja (featuring Tom Scott) 8:00
26. Deacon Blues 7:36
27. Peg (featuring Tom Scott) 4:00
28. Josie 4:35
29. Fm 5:06
30. Babylon Sisters 5:49
31. Hey Nineteen 5:07
32. Time Out of Mind 4:12
33. Third World Man 5:16



There is an audience for the double-disc set Showbiz Kids: The Steely Dan Story 1972-1980, although it may be a small one — it's a set for listeners who want something a little more extensive than A Decade of Steely Dan or Gold yet don't want to invest in full albums. On that level, it works quite well, since it does have all the chart and radio hits, plus a terrific sampling of classic album tracks from "Only a Fool Would Say That" through "Any Major Dude Will Tell You" to "Time Out of Mind." So Showbiz Kids winds up being useful for neophytes — although it's hard not to imagine anyone who gets this set, believing that this will be all the Steely Dan they'll ever need, eventually succumbing and buying all the studio albums. If that's the case, at least they'll already have "Here at the Western World" and "FM," and won't have to purchase one of the two multi-disc sets that contain these non-LP songs.