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  1. Silk Degrees (Bonus Track Version) Boz Scaggs Rock · Preview Editors’ Notes Silk Degrees is the album that finally broke Boz Scaggs into the mainstream, selling several million copies upon initial release. A perfect melding of Scaggs.
  2. Track 4 is possibly even better as it is a recording of Freddie mucking about on the piano and spontaneously coming up with It's a Beautiful Day, which wouldn't see the light of day until after his death over ten years later. Its another lovely view behind the scenes. If this disc contained only these two tracks (3 and 4), it would still be /5().
  3. If you visit band or lyrics websites, you may often see extra tracks in discographies described as being 'Japanese bonus tracks'. This is in part due to CD prices in Japan. To stop shops from buying cheap from abroad, the Japanese version may include an extra song.
  4. Bonus Track. 2, likes · 30 talking about this · 2 were here. Bonus Track es una agencia de comunicación radicada en Cuba, compuesta por un equipo multidisciplinario que diseña y 5/5(8).
  5. Dec 09,  · Year Of The Gentleman (Bonus Track Edition) Ne-Yo. December 9, out of 5 stars ratings. Get a special offer and listen to over 60 million songs, anywhere with Amazon Music Unlimited. Get a special offer and listen to over 60 million songs, anywhere with /5().
  6. Oct 11,  · Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group Naked (Bonus Track) · Ella Mai Ella Mai ℗ 10 Summers Records, LLC Released on: Producer: Mustard Producer, Co- .
  7. Jun 12,  · Check out + (Bonus Tracks) by Ed Sheeran on Amazon Music. Stream ad-free or purchase CD's and MP3s now on raforrotetilpuncroterjafortamen.coinfo(K).
  8. The bonus tracks are to encourage Japanese to buy the Japanese edition. An import buyer I used to know in my record store days hypothesized more Japanese editions are sold to US OCD collectors than in Japan on some titles. I recall that a similar tactic was also used for European releases in the s, because it was cheaper for record shops to.

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