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Download links and information about Music Box by The Monkees. This album was released in 2001 and it belongs to Rock, Pop, Teen Pop, Psychedelic genres. It contains 99 tracks with total duration of 04:27:56 minutes.

Artist: The Monkees
Release date: 2001
Genre: Rock, Pop, Teen Pop, Psychedelic
Tracks: 99
Duration: 04:27:56
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Tracks

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No. Title Length
1. The Monkees (Theme Song from the Show) 2:18
2. I Wanna Be Free (Fast Version) 2:47
3. Let's Dance On 2:30
4. Last Train to Clarksville 2:43
5. Take a Giant Step 2:33
6. All the King's Horses 2:16
7. Saturday's Child 2:43
8. Papa Gene's Blues 1:57
9. I Wanna Be Free 2:24
10. Sweet Young Thing 1:56
11. Gonna Buy Me a Dog 2:41
12. I Don't Think You Know Me (First Recorded Version) 2:16
13. I'm a Believer 2:44
14. (I'm Not Your) Steppin' Stone (Single Version) 2:20
15. She 2:37
16. Mary, Mary 2:15
17. Your Auntie Grizelda 2:28
18. Look Out (Here Comes Tomorrow) [Extended Version] 2:48
19. Of You (Alternate Mix) 1:58
20. The Kind of Girl I Could Love 1:52
21. Sometime In the Morning 2:28
22. When Love Comes Knockin' (At Your Door) 1:48
23. Do Not Ask for Love (First Recorded Version) 3:00
24. Valleri (First Recorded Version) 2:32
25. I'll Be Back Up On My Feet (TV Version) 2:35
26. A Little Bit Me, a Little Bit You 2:47
27. She Hangs Out (Single Version) 2:33
28. The Girl I Knew Somewhere 2:32
29. All of Your Toys 3:02
30. Love to Love 2:28
31. You Told Me 2:23
32. I'll Spend My Life With You 2:25
33. Forget That Girl 2:22
34. You Just May Be the One 2:02
35. Shades of Gray 3:19
36. For Pete's Sake (Closing Theme) 2:09
37. Sunny Girlfriend 2:33
38. No Time 2:07
39. Randy Scouse Git 2:33
40. Pleasant Valley Sunday 3:14
41. Words 2:47
42. Daydream Believer 2:56
43. Goin' Down 4:21
44. Salesman (Alternate Mix) 2:36
45. The Door Into Summer 2:49
46. Love Is Only Sleeping 2:31
47. Cuddly Toy 2:38
48. What Am I Doing Hangin' 'Round 3:04
49. Daily Nightly 2:31
50. Star Collector 4:24
51. Valleri 2:20
52. Tapioca Tundra 3:05
53. Dream World 3:18
54. Auntie's Municipal Court 4:04
55. P.O. Box 9847 3:12
56. Zor and Zam 2:08
57. Carlisle Wheeling (First Recorded Version) 3:33
58. Tear the Top Right Off My Head 2:06
59. The Girl I Left Behind Me (First Recorded Version) 2:41
60. Nine Times Blue 2:09
61. Come On In 3:09
62. D.W. Washburn 2:48
63. It's Nice to Be With You 2:51
64. St. Matthew 2:43
65. Porpoise Song (Theme from "Head") 4:08
66. As We Go Along 3:52
67. Ditty Diego - War Chant 0:49
68. Circle Sky (Live) 2:31
69. Can You Dig It 3:23
70. Daddy's Song 3:27
71. Long Title: Do I Have to Do This All Over Again 2:38
72. Tear Drop City 2:00
73. A Man Without a Dream 3:02
74. Through the Looking Glass 2:40
75. I Won't Be the Same Without Her 2:40
76. You and I (Instant Replay Version) 2:13
77. While I Cry 2:59
78. Shorty Blackwell 5:39
79. If I Ever Get to Saginaw Again 2:44
80. Smile 2:18
81. Listen to the Band 2:26
82. Someday Man 2:40
83. Some of Shelly's Blues 2:30
84. Mommy and Daddy 2:13
85. Good Clean Fun 2:18
86. Looking for the Good Times 2:02
87. Steam Engine 2:23
88. I Never Thought It Peculiar 2:27
89. Midnight Train 2:07
90. Oh My My 3:01
91. I Love You Better 2:28
92. Do You Feel It Too? 2:36
93. Do It In the Name of Love (Single/Deluxe Reissue Version) (featuring Davy Jones, Micky Dolenz) 2:07
94. That Was Then, This Is Now (featuring Micky Dolenz, Peter Tork) 4:03
95. Heart and Soul (Single Version) 3:56
96. MGBGT (Live) 2:35
97. Every Step of the Way 3:12
98. Oh, What a Night 3:12
99. You and I ("Justus" Version) 2:55

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It's hard not to wonder why the four-disc Music Box even exists. After all, Rhino has not only released definitive reissues of all of the Monkees' studio albums, complete with bonus tracks, but the label has a series devoted to rarities (Missing Links), a single-disc greatest hits album, a double-disc anthology, and another four-disc box, Listen to the Band, which is excellent. So where does that leave Music Box? Well, it is "reconfigured" into a booklike box, which must appeal to somebody, but more importantly, it tries to pull off a nifty trick — providing an exhaustive overview for the casual listener, while filling in the holes for those serious fans who only have the proper reissued albums. On both counts, this works well. Let's get the basics out of the way: This sounds great, and Andrew Sandoval's liner notes are terrific, particularly the song-by-song breakdown that not only includes the Monkees' reflections, but also those of various producers and songwriters. Then, there's the song selection, which is impeccable for the first three discs, which devote a year each to 1966, 1967, and 1968, blending hits with rarities, album versions, and alternate takes, never once seeming like a sop to collectors. The fourth disc is a little more problematic, just because it spans from 1969 to 1996, containing reunion tracks that some fans may rather not hear, but it still has more than enough minor gems that will please the dedicated. And, when it gets right down to it, Music Box succeeds on two counts: Everyone who needs to plug in gaps will be satisfied with this (plus they'll like the fine flow of the songs) and, more importantly, this is a wonderful choice for anyone looking for a good, thorough overview of the Monkees' best, delving far deeper than the hits. It doesn't really trump Listen to the Band, but it's nearly an equal.