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Phil Collins No Jacket Required

Phil Collins No Jacket Required

Two More Phil Collins Reissues Scheduled

by Roger Wink, VVN Music on March 3, 2016

in New Music,News

The Phil Collins Take a Look at Me Now campaign moves forward with the third wave of reissues on April 15 with deluxe editions of No Jacket Required (1985) and Testify (2002).

Started in January with Face Value and Both Sides and continued in February with Hello, I Must Be Going and Dance Into Light, each album has been expanded to two-CDs with additional material from the recording sessions and live shows from the era.

No Jacket Required was Collins’ third solo album and included the singles One More Night, Sussudio, Don’t Lose My Number and Take Me Home all of which made the top ten on the Hot 100 with the first two making it to number 1.

Testify was his seventh solo album and came at a time when Phil’s popularity had waned. Three singles were released from the album and only Can’t Stop Loving You charted, reaching number 76. The album itself peaked at number 30.

The track lists:

No Jacket Required: Deluxe Edition

Disc 1
Sussudio
Only You Know And I Know
Long Long Way To Go
I Don’t Wanna Know
One More Night
Don’t Lose My Number
Who Said I Would
Doesn’t Anybody Stay Together Anymore
Inside Out
Take Me Home

Disc 2
Sussudio (Live)
Don’t Lose My Number (Live)
Who Said I Would (Live)
Long Long Way To Go (Live)
Only You Know And I Know (Live)
Easy Lover (Live)
Inside Out (Live)
Doesn’t Anybody Stay Together Anymore (Live)
One More Night (Live)
Take Me Home (Live)
Only You Know And I Know (Demo)
One More Night (Demo)
Take Me Home (Demo)

Testify: Deluxe Edition

Disc 1
Wake Up Call
Come With Me
Testify
Don’t Get Me Started
Swing Low
It’s Not Too Late
This Love This Heart
Driving Me Crazy
The Least You Can Do
Can’t Stop Loving You
Thru My Eyes
You Touch My Heart

Disc 2
High Flying Angel (B-side)
Crystal Clear (B-side)
Hey Now Sunshine (B-side)
TV Story (B-side)
True Colors (Live rehearsal)
Come With Me (Live)
It’s Not Too Late (Live)
Can’t Stop Loving You (Live)
It’s Only Loving (Demo)
Tearing And Breaking (Demo)

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