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Customer Reviews

Stereo At Last

The last 3 releases are stereo and sound so great.Again not CD qualilty but a great sound none the less...the song 5x5 is a hard driving rocker that never eases up start to finish...the stereo sound is fantastic...hope Dave releases EVERYBODY KNOWS with the other 4 lead vocals that were said to be done.Also hope there are stereo versions of the early stuff....I will buy them all....AGAIN

Still worthwhile

Not quite as strong as previous albums, still Everbody Knows is worth including in your DC5 collection. Red and Blue, Lost In His Dreams, and Everybody Knows are great tunes. This group of songs sounds better than ever in the iTunes format. They bring back the great memories, too.

One of their best, really!!

This album is an overlooked gem. DC5 finally broke free from the cheeky pop of their past and seriously put together a more solid Rock & Roll collection. The production is better than the past albums and some songs really, actually Rock. Check out "Inside and Out", "Concentration Baby", "Good Love Is Hard To Find", "A little Bit Now". The slow ones are even a better quality. Like "Everybody Knows", "I'll Do The Best I Can". If you like the DC5, it's a great way to check out a lesser known collection. I think it's their best all around effort. Too bad it didn't register well in America, i think it was difficult to compete with Hendrix, The Beatles, The Doors, etc.. by that time - still, some great music. Worth the price.

Everybody Knows (Remastered), The Dave Clark Five
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