The Complete 12"ers Collection Vol. 1

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The Complete 12"ers Collection Vol. 1
Compilation album by Transvision Vamp
Released 1990
Recorded 1987-1989
Genre Pop rock
Length 63:37
Label MCA Records
WMC5-75
Producer Duncan Bridgeman
Zeus B. Held
Transvision Vamp chronology
Velveteen
(1989)
The Complete 12"ers Collection Vol. 1
(1990)
Little Magnets Versus the Bubble of Babble
(1991)

The Complete 12"ers Collection Vol. 1 is a 1990 compilation album by the British band Transvision Vamp that was released on the MCA Records label in Japan on CD only.[1] The album contains extended and remixed versions together with selected b-sides that originally appeared on a variety of formats (see below).

The twelve page booklet contains the lyrics in English and a fold-out insert essay, in Japanese, by Michinari Yamada.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Revolution Baby" (Electra-Glide Mix) - 6:05 (Taken from the UK CD and 12" singles)
  2. "Vid Kid Vamp" - 2:58 (Originally the b-side to Revolution Baby - see 'Notes')
  3. "Tell That Girl to Shut Up" (Extended Mix) - 6:23 (Taken from the UK CD and 12" singles)
  4. "Tell That Girl to Shut Up" (Knuckle Duster Mix) - 4:46 (Taken from the UK CD and 12" singles)
  5. "God Save the Royalties" - 3:15 (Originally the b-side to Tell That Girl to Shut Up)
  6. "I Want Your Love" (I Don't Want Your Money Mix) - 6:20 (Taken from the UK CD and 12" singles)
  7. "Sweet Thing" - 4:53 (Originally the b-side to I Want Your Love)
  8. "Evolution Evie" (Electric Version) - 2:54 (Originally the b-side to I Want Your Love)
  9. "Honey Honey" - 2:39 (Originally the b-side to Revolution Baby)
  10. "Long Lonely Weekend" - 3:36 (Originally the b-side to Revolution Baby)
  11. "Sister Moon" (Groove On) - 6:08 (Taken from the UK 12" single)
  12. "Walk On By" - 3:23 (Originally the b-side to Sister Moon)
  13. "Sex Kick" (Ciao Portobello) - 7:21 (Originally the b-side to the Sister Moon CD and 12" single)
  14. "Oh Yeah" - 2:53 (Originally the b-side to Sister Moon)

Notes[edit]

"Vid Kid Vamp" is the original version from the 1987 release of "Revolution Baby" and not the remix that appeared on the 1988 reissue.[2]

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