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Digitally remastered and expanded digipak edition. Issued in March 1999, Status Quo's 23rd studio album featured new compositions by the band, along with a cover of Buddy Holly's "Not Fade Away". It peaked at #26 in the album charts, and features three hit singles ("Twenty Wild Horses", "Little White Lies" and "The Way It Goes"). This expanded edition features four bonus tracks - cover versions of Huey Smith's "Sea Cruise" and Nick Lowe's "I Knew The Bride", as well as a live version of "Twenty Wild Horses" and a 1999 re-recording of the band's 1968 psychedelic classic, Francis Rossi's "Pictures Of Matchstick Men".
Digitally remastered and expanded digipak edition. Issued in March 1999, Status Quo's 23rd studio album featured new compositions by the band, along with a cover of Buddy Holly's "Not Fade Away". It peaked at #26 in the album charts, and features three hit singles ("Twenty Wild Horses", "Little White Lies" and "The Way It Goes"). This expanded edition features four bonus tracks - cover versions of Huey Smith's "Sea Cruise" and Nick Lowe's "I Knew The Bride", as well as a live version of "Twenty Wild Horses" and a 1999 re-recording of the band's 1968 psychedelic classic, Francis Rossi's "Pictures Of Matchstick Men".
740155505530
Status Quo - Under The Influence

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Format: CD
Label: DMON
Rel. Date: 01/27/2017
UPC: 740155505530

Under The Influence
Artist: Status Quo
Format: CD
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Digitally remastered and expanded digipak edition. Issued in March 1999, Status Quo's 23rd studio album featured new compositions by the band, along with a cover of Buddy Holly's "Not Fade Away". It peaked at #26 in the album charts, and features three hit singles ("Twenty Wild Horses", "Little White Lies" and "The Way It Goes"). This expanded edition features four bonus tracks - cover versions of Huey Smith's "Sea Cruise" and Nick Lowe's "I Knew The Bride", as well as a live version of "Twenty Wild Horses" and a 1999 re-recording of the band's 1968 psychedelic classic, Francis Rossi's "Pictures Of Matchstick Men".
        
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