Johnny Thunders - From The Beginning To The End [With Booklet] | RECORD STORE DAY

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1. That's Poison
2. I Am Confronted
3. It's Too Late
4. Oh Dot!
5. I'm a Boy, I'm a Girl
6. Coconut Grove
7. Take Me to Your Party
8. Oh Dot!
9. It's Too Late
10. We Have Been Through This Before
11. Why Am I Alone?
12. Intro: Ask Me No Questions / The Wizard
13. Pipeline
14. (I'm Not) Your Stepping Stone
15. Great Big Kiss
16. The 10 Commandments Of Love
17. These Boots Are Made For Walking
18. Like A Rolling Stone
19. Endless Party
20. Pills
21. (I'm Your) Hoochie Coochie Man
22. Personality Crisis
23. Help The Homeless
24. Disappointed In You
25. Nine Lives
26. Glory, Glory
27. Some Hearts
28. A Lie On You
29. In God's Name
30. Jungle Love
31. Bring It On Home
32. What's Going On
33. Another Girl Another Planet
34. You Can't Put Your Arms Around A Memory
35. You Can't Put Your Arms Around A Memory (The Courettes Mix)
36. Wild Horses
37. Dead Flowers
38. Crime Of The Century
39. Autuomatics feat. Johnny Thunders - Wild One

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Monster 3CD set of electrifying live performances and astonishing rare tracks from famed NY Doll founder and main Heartbreaker forever, the one and only Johnny Thunders! This set includes some of Thunders' very first recorded performances, with the Dolls predecessor, Actress, as well as some of his final recordings made shortly before his death in 1991! Also includes several ultra rare demo recordings that legions of Thunders' collectors have prized for years! Each disc comes packaged in it's own sleeve and a gorgeous full-color 28-page booklet with loads of photos and liner notes by music journalist Dave Thompson!