Everybody’s in Show-Biz Legacy Edition to be released on June 3

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The track listing for The Kinks’ Everybody’s in Show-biz has been revealed by RCA/Legacy Recordings.

Everybody’s in Show-biz was the group’s tenth studio album. It was originally released as a double-LP, with live recordings from the Carnegie Hall dates in March 1972.

The Legacy Edition will contain the original album and a second disc that will include previously unissued studio session outtakes from the original recording sessions, held at Morgan Studios in London.

There will also be more live recordings of songs performed at the Carnegie Hall shows, for songs like Sunny Afternoon, Get Back in Line and Complicated Life.

David Fricke has also written extended liner notes for the release.

The track listing for Everybody’s in Show-biz: Legacy Edition is here:

DISC ONE:

The Original Album

  1. Here Comes Yet Another Day
  2. Maximum Consumption
  3. Unreal Reality
  4. Hot Potatoes
  5. Sitting In My Hotel
  6. Motorway
  7. You Don’t Know My Name
  8. Supersonic Rocket Ship
  9. Look A Little On The Sunny Side
  10. Celluloid Heroes
  11. Top Of The Pops (live)
  12. Brainwashed (live)
  13. Mr. Wonderful (live)
  14. Acute Schizophrenia Paranoia Blues (live)
  15. Holiday (live)
  16. Muswell Hillbilly (live)
  17. Alcohol (live)
  18. Banana Boat Song (live)
  19. Skin And Bone (live)
  20. Baby Face (live)
  21. Lola (live)

DISC TWO:

Bonus Tracks

  1. ‘Til The End Of The Day (live)
  2. You’re Looking Fine (live) (previously unreleased commercially)
  3. Get Back In Line (live) *
  4. Have A Cuppa Tea (live) *
  5. Sunny Afternoon (live) *
  6. Muswell Hillbilly (live) *
  7. Brainwashed (live) *
  8. Acute Schizophrenia Paranoia Blues (live) *
  9. Holiday (live) *
  10. Alcohol (live) *
  11. Complicated Life (live) *
  12. She’s Bought A Hat Like Princess Marina (live)
  13. Long Tall Shorty (live) *
  14. History (studio outtake) *
  15. Supersonic Rocket Ship (alternate mix) *
  16. Unreal Reality (alternate mix) *
  17. Sophisticated Lady (early rehearsal version of “Money Talks”) *

* Previously Unissued

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