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Chrysalis Records To Release 'The Best Of Suzi Quatro: Legend'

Wednesday, 12 July 2017 Written by Jon Stickler

Chrysalis Records will release 'The Best of Suzi Quatro: Legend' on September 22.

The 20-track compilation album has been personally curated by the glam-rock singer-songwriter and features digitally remastered versions of all her hits and other cuts. Quatro said:

"I’m excited about my new compilation, it’s not just the hits, which I love, but it also features favourite and important tracks from my albums, with an extensive track-by-track on the liner notes. Enjoy one and all."

'The Best of Suzi Quatro: Legend'

1.Can The Can (2017 Remaster)
2.Shine My Machine (2017 Remaster)
3.48 Crash (2017 Remaster)
4.Skin Tight Skin (2017 Remaster)
5.Daytona Demon (2017 Remaster)
6.Devil Gate Drive (2017 Remaster)
7.The Wild One (Single Version)
8.Cat Size (2017 Remaster)
9.Too Big (2017 Remaster)
10.Michael (2017 Remaster)
11.Half As Much As Me (2017 Remaster)
12.Stumblin’ In (2017 Remaster)
13.If You Can’t Give Me Love (2017 Remaster)
14.Suicide (2017 Remaster)
15.Wiser Than You (2017 Remaster)
16.She’s In Love With You (2017 Remaster)
17.Hollywood (2017 Remaster)
18.15 Minutes Of Fame
19.Free The Butterfly
20.Dancing In The Wind

Quatro's four RAK studio albums, originally released between 1975 and 1979, will also be digitally remastered. The bassist hits the road in the UK this October with David Essex, the Osmonds and Hot Chocolate for The Legends Live tour.





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