Studio Albums 1972-1979

Performers EAGLES

October 29, 2013 | Compact Disc

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In 2005, Warner/Rhino released a limited-edition box containing all the albums from the Eagles, including their double-live and a bonus disc of their seasonal single "Please Come Home for Christmas." It retailed for $129.98. In 2013, the label put out the Studio Albums 1972-1979 box, which contains everything in the previous box minus the live and bonus disc. It retails for $39.44. The price difference is great enough to forgive the absence of the live material and Christmas track; for as good as they are, they're not worth about $100. [A seven-LP set was also released and featured two bonus tracks.] ~ Stephen Thomas Erlewine

Format: Compact Disc

Released Date: October 29, 2013

Number of Discs: 7

UPC: 603497920181

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Studio Albums 1972-1979

Studio Albums 1972-1979

Performers EAGLES

Format: Compact Disc

Released Date: October 29, 2013

Number of Discs: 7

UPC: 603497920181


Title Track Time
1.Take It Easy --
2.Witchy Woman --
3.Chug All Night --
4.Most Of Us Are Sad --
5.Nightingale --
6.Train Leaves Here This Morning --
7.Take The Devil --
8.Earlybird --
9.Peaceful Easy Feeling --
10.Tryin' --
1.Doolin-Dalton --
2.Twenty-One --
3.Out Of Control --
4.Tequila Sunrise --
5.Desperado --
6.Certain Kind Of Fool --
7.Doolin-Dalton (Instrumental Version) --
8.Outlaw Man --
9.Saturday Night --
10.Bitter Creek --
11.Doolin-Dalton/Desperado (Reprise) --
1.Already Gone --
2.You Never Cry Like A Lover --
3.Midnight Flyer --
4.My Man --
5.On The Border --
6.James Dean --
7.Ol' 55 --
8.Is It True? --
9.Good Day In Hell --
10.The Best Of My Love --
1.One Of These Nights --
2.Too Many Hands --
3.Hollywood Waltz --
4.Journey Of The Sorcerer --
5.Lyin' Eyes --
6.Take It To The Limit --
7.Visions --
8.After The Thrill Is Gone --
9.I Wish You Peace --
1.Hotel California --
2.New Kid In Town --
3.Life In The Fast Lane --
4.Wasted Time --
5.Wasted Time [Reprise] --
6.Victim Of Love --
7.Pretty Maids All In A Row --
8.Try And Love Again --
9.The Last Resort --
1.The Long Run --
2.I Can't Tell You Why --
3.In The City --
4.The Disco Strangler --
5.King Of Hollywood --
6.Heartache Tonight --
7.Those Shoes --
8.Teenage Jail --
9.The Greeks Don't Want No Freaks --
10.The Sad Cafe --
1.Take It Easy --
2.Get You In The Mood --

Editorial Notes

In 2005, Warner/Rhino released a limited-edition box containing all the albums from the Eagles, including their double-live and a bonus disc of their seasonal single "Please Come Home for Christmas." It retailed for $129.98. In 2013, the label put out the Studio Albums 1972-1979 box, which contains everything in the previous box minus the live and bonus disc. It retails for $39.44. The price difference is great enough to forgive the absence of the live material and Christmas track; for as good as they are, they're not worth about $100. [A seven-LP set was also released and featured two bonus tracks.] ~ Stephen Thomas Erlewine
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