19. So Sad (To Watch Good Love Go Bad) (Trident Session Outtake) (02:12)
20. One of the Boys (Us Single A-Side) (02:48)
50th Anniversary Remastered Edition Of The Mott the Hoople Classic. Produced By David Bowie Feat. 'All The Young Dudes', 'Sweet Jane','One Of The Boys' & Multiple Rare Tracks On 2LP Orange Vinyl. 'All The Young Dudes', Mott's 5th studio album, remains a special & vital record. Released in the UK on 8th September 1972, the title track (penned by David Bowie) became their highest-charting hit single. Also including a spritely, 'definitive' cover of Lou Reed's classic 'Sweet Jane', the inventive & suggestive 'Momma's Little Jewel', the Stones-styled 'Jerkin' Crocus' & Mick Ralphs' heartfelt 'Ready For Love', the album has been termed "the ultimate document of an era." Mott the Hoople occupies a unique place in the annals of international rock music. Oozing style, attitude & unpredictability, the band recorded a peerless legacy of songs combining homage, honesty & killer hooks. As Mott's focal point, lead singer Ian Hunter was also one of the toughest & most inventive writers of the early Seventies. Over the years, Mott the Hoople has been cited as an inspiration by Queen, The Clash, Kiss, Primal Scream, Mötley Crüe, Cheap Trick & Def Leppard, whose frontman Joe Elliott remains a devoted fan. Linked to the Ziggy Stardust story, Mott's rendition of 'All The Young Dudes' remains the definitive version of David's masterpiece. The album proved inspirational & is still a record that excites & resonates decades later.