Top Hits - He's a Rebel - EP (Re-Recorded Version)
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||He’s a Rebel (Re-Recorded)||The Crystals||2:16||$0.99||View In iTunes|
||Da Doo Ron Ron (When He Walked Me Home) [Re-Recorded]||The Crystals||2:05||$0.99||View In iTunes|
||Then He Kissed Me (Re-Recorded)||The Crystals||2:39||$0.99||View In iTunes|
||He’s Sure the Boy I Love (Re-Recorded)||The Crystals||2:44||$0.99||View In iTunes|
||Uptown (Re-Recorded)||The Crystals||2:24||$0.99||View In iTunes|
This 29-song bootleg compilation more or less matches the authorized Crystals collection from ABKCO for sound quality, perhaps denser and louder. But it also includes a much heftier selection of songs, among them the Crystals' version of "On Broadway" and the quintet's Christmas songs, and one of the rarest and most seldom heard of all Phil Spector productions — "The Screw (Let's Dance)." The latter song, for those unfamiliar, was something that Spector delivered to fulfill the provisions of a business arrangement with a partner he no longer wanted, and consists of the Crystals doing a rather fetching chorus ("Let's do it, come on and do it, to the right, to the left") to a boogie-woogie beat, accompanied by piano, drums, and bass, while Spector, sounding bored and surly, occasionally comes in announcing, "Do the screw," or "Let's dance the screw." No more than a handful of copies were ever pressed, since Spector never seriously intended that it be released, and the quality here is astonishingly good — it also reveals itself as the longest song Spector ever put into finished version in this era, a four-minute-plus joke. The whole disc is claimed to be Cedar-ized, and the noise reduction treatment hasn't hurt. There are no notes, but the cover art is cool.
Please iTunes Stop Sending Re-Recorded Versions The Originals Are Better Believe Me
Apple, you're cheating your customers out of 99 cents every time you sell us this garbage..........
You're pawning on us the equivalent of those Colorized movies the movie studios tried peddling in the '80's & '90's of those old black & white movies. This is the worst. We want the ORIGINAL recordings!! The colorized movies were junk and Apple, you're peddling junk here. You guys should be ashamed of yourselves. I thought Apple symbolized class.
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Years Active: '50s, '60s, '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s