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1. Lost Women
2. Over, Under, Sideways, Down
3. The Nazz Are Blue
4. I Can't Make Your Way
5. Rack My Mind
6. Farewell
7. Hot House of Omagararshid
8. Jeff's Boogie
9. He's Always There
10. Turn Into Earth
11. What Do You Want
12. Ever Since the World Began
13. Happenings Ten Years Time Ago
14. Psycho Daisies
15. Great Shakes Commercial
16. Turn Into Earth (Vocal Track)
17. Mr. Zero - Keith Relf
18. Knowing - Keith Relf
19. Shapes in My Mind (Version 1) - Keith Relf
20. Shapes in My Mind (Version 2) - Keith Relf
21. Lost Women
22. Over, Under, Sideways, Down
23. The Nazz Are Blue
24. I Can't Make Your Way
25. Rack My Mind
26. Farewell
27. Hot House of Omagararshid
28. Jeff's Boogie
29. He's Always There
30. Turn Into Earth
31. What Do You Want
32. Ever Since the World Began
33. He's Always There (Alternate Stereo Mix)
34. Turn Into Earth (Alternate Stereo Mix)
35. I Can't Make Your Way (Alternate Stereo Mix)

More Info:

First released in the summer of 1966, 'Yardbirds' (or 'Roger The Engineer' as it became known') showcases The Yardbirds at the peak of their powers. Featuring the classic line-up of Jeff Beck, Keith Relf, Jim McCarty, Chris Dreja, and Paul Samwell-Smith, the group explored explosive new sonic territories, pushing their blues-rock sound into the realms of the avant-garde, psychedelia and Indian music.  This new 2CD edition features the complete stereo and mono mixes of the album plus a selection of bonus rarities and singles on each disc.  The album has been remastered from the original tapes by Phil Kinrade at AIR Mastering, overseen by producer Paul Samwell-Smith.  "Remastering this album has been a joy. To hear the tracks sounding just as we heard them all those years ago while we were recording them - energetic, edgy, and in your face - is an unexpected treat. In 1966, it was a rare and exciting opportunity to be given a recording studio for 5 days and allowed to experiment. That excitement still shows." - Paul Samwell-Smith.  Also includes a 16-page booklet with extensive liner notes by David French based on interviews with Jimmy Page, Paul Samwell-Smith, Jim McCarty and Simon Napier-Bell.