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Capitol Collectors Series (Raspberries album)

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Capitol Collectors Series (Raspberries album)

Released February 26, 1991
Genre Power pop/Rock
Length 76:12
Label Capitol Records
Producer Jimmy Ienner
Raspberries chronology

Raspberries' Best
Raspberries Capitol Collectors Series

Raspberries Capitol Collectors Series is a 1991 compilation of 20 tracks recorded by the band between 1972 and 1974. This release was the first time that many of these songs were available on compact disc. The CD contained two unlisted extra tracks which were recordings of radio spots used to promote the albums Fresh Raspberries and Starting Over. The compilation was also available on cassette. It has been out of print for several years.

Track listing

  1. Go All the Way
  2. Come Around And See Me
  3. I Saw The Light
  4. Don't Want To Say Goodbye
  5. I Wanna Be With You
  6. Let's Pretend
  7. I Reach For The Light
  8. Nobody Knows
  9. If You Change You Mind
  10. Drivin' Around
  11. Tonight
  12. Last Dance
  13. Hard To Get Over A Heartbreak
  14. I'm A Rocker
  15. Ecstasy
  16. Overnight Sensation
  17. Party's Over
  18. Rose Coloured Glasses
  19. Cruisin' Music
  20. Starting Over
  21. Promo Spot #1 (CD only)
  22. Promo Spot #2 (CD only)

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