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Raspberries' Best

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Raspberries' Best

Raspberries' Best
Released 1976
Recorded 1972 - 1974
Genre Power pop/Rock
Length 43:00
Label Capitol
Producer Jimmy Ienner
Raspberries chronology

Starting Over
Raspberries' Best
Capitol Collectors Series (1991)

Raspberries' Best Featuring Eric Carmen, more commonly known as Raspberries' Best, is a 1976 compilation album by Raspberries. The album contained songs from each of the groups four LP's, which were recorded between 1972 and 1974. Most of the tracks on this LP were among their seven charting hits. The group had already disbanded when this compilation was released.

Track listing

  1. "Go All the Way" (Carmen, Bryson) – 3:10 / Lead vocal: Eric
  2. "Tonight" (Carmen) – 3:40 / Lead vocal: Eric
  3. "Ecstasy" (Carmen) – 3:38 / Lead vocal: Eric
  4. "I Wanna Be With You" (Carmen) – 3:05 / Lead vocal: Eric
  5. "I Can Remember" (Carmen) – 8:00 / Lead vocal: Eric
  6. "Overnight Sensation (Hit Record)" (Carmen) – 5:34 / Lead vocal: Eric
  7. "Let's Pretend" (Carmen) – 3:41 / Lead vocal: Eric
  8. "Drivin' Around" (Carmen, Smalley) – 3:01 / Lead vocal: Eric
  9. "Starting Over" (Carmen) – 4:10 / Lead vocal: Eric
  10. "Don't Want to Say Goodbye" (Carmen, Bryson) – 5:05 / Lead vocal: Eric and Wally

Timings and credits taken from the original Capitol issue (ST-11524).

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