39. So Sad (To Watch Good Love Go Bad) (Trident Session Outtake) [02:12]
40. One of the Boys (Us Single A-Side) [02:48]
41. All the Young Dudes (Unlocked Cars Version) [03:33]
42. One of the Boys (UK Single B-Side) [05:35]
All the Young Dudes is released by Madfish as a high quality, limited edition, 5-disc deluxe box set with rare tracks and previously unreleased song versions:2LP in Gatefold Sleeve - LP1 Remastered Album / LP2 Rare Mixes and Session Tracks 2CDs: CD1 Remastered Album / CD2 Rare Mixes and Session Tracks 12" Single, with rare 'Unlocked Cars' version of 'All the Young Dudes' + 'One of the Boys' (rare UK B-side) 72-Page Hardback Book with liner notes by Mott the Hoople and Ian Hunter biographer Campbell Devine 2 Posters, 3 Art Prints, 'Sea Divers' Fan Club Card and an Individually Numbered Certificate. Mott the Hoople occupies a unique place in the annals of international rock music. Oozing style, attitude and unpredictability, the band recorded a peerless legacy of songs combining homage, honesty and killer hooks. As Mott's focal point, lead singer Ian Hunter was also one of the toughest and 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 and 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 and is still a record that excites and resonates decades later.