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Daryl Hall & John Oates [Bonus Tracks]

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Format: CD
Label: Buddha Records
Catalog: 99754
Genre: Rock/Pop
Rel. Date: 10/10/2000
UPC: 744659975424

Daryl Hall & John Oates [Bonus Tracks]
Artist: Hall & Oates
Format: CD

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''Daryl Hall & John Oates'' is a 1975 album by Hall & Oates. This self titled album is sometimes labeled ''The Silver Album'' because of its metallic glam-rock style cover. In 2000 Buddah Records re-released the album with two bonus tracks ("What's Important to Me" and "Ice").

"Grounds For Separation", according to Daryl Hall, was going to be used in the Sylvester Stallone movie "Rocky." Frank Stallone, Sylvester's brother, was in a band with John Oates called Valentine and this connection got them a shot at an appearance on the soundtrack. The movie, however, was slow to get off the ground, and Hall and Oates withdrew the song.

"Grounds For Separation" is also sampled by Kanye West in his song "Fight With The Best." "Gino (The Manager)" was about Tommy Mottola, their manager, who later became president of Sony Music.

In 2009, Sony Music Custom Marketing Group released a triple pack of Hall & Oates albums. Along with this album, the pack included '' H2O'' and ''Ooh Yeah!''. - Wikipedia