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I'm a Believer; The Best Of *
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Album: I'm a Believer; The Best Of *
# Song Title   Time
1)    (Theme From) The Monkees
2)    Last Train To Clarksville
3)    I'm A Believer
4)    (I'm Not Your) Steppin' Stone
5)    Little Bit Me, A Little Bit You, A
6)    Daydream Believer
7)    I Wanna Be Free
8)    She
9)    Mary Mary
10)    Girl I Knew Somewhere, The
11)    Look Out Here Comes Tomorrow
12)    Shades Of Gray
13)    Sometime In The Morning
14)    Alternate Title (Randy Scouse Git)
15)    You Just May Be The One
16)    Pleasant Valley Sunday
17)    Words
18)    Take A Giant Step
1)    Valleri
2)    D.W. Washburn
3)    Tear Drop City
4)    Someday Man
5)    Goin' Down
6)    Cuddly Toy
7)    Porpoise Song [Theme From Head]
8)    As We Go Along
9)    Circle Sky
10)    Long Title: Do I Have To Do This All Over Again?
11)    For Pete's Sake [Closing Theme]
12)    Love To Love
13)    Forget That Girl
14)    Tapioca Tundra
15)    Good Clean Fun
16)    Daddy's Song
17)    Star Collector
18)    Can You Dig It?
 

Album: I'm a Believer; The Best Of *
# Song Title   Time
1)    (Theme From) The Monkees
2)    Last Train To Clarksville
3)    I'm A Believer
4)    (I'm Not Your) Steppin' Stone
5)    Little Bit Me, A Little Bit You, A
6)    Daydream Believer
7)    I Wanna Be Free
8)    She
9)    Mary Mary
10)    Girl I Knew Somewhere, The
11)    Look Out Here Comes Tomorrow
12)    Shades Of Gray
13)    Sometime In The Morning
14)    Alternate Title (Randy Scouse Git)
15)    You Just May Be The One
16)    Pleasant Valley Sunday
17)    Words
18)    Take A Giant Step
1)    Valleri
2)    D.W. Washburn
3)    Tear Drop City
4)    Someday Man
5)    Goin' Down
6)    Cuddly Toy
7)    Porpoise Song [Theme From Head]
8)    As We Go Along
9)    Circle Sky
10)    Long Title: Do I Have To Do This All Over Again?
11)    For Pete's Sake [Closing Theme]
12)    Love To Love
13)    Forget That Girl
14)    Tapioca Tundra
15)    Good Clean Fun
16)    Daddy's Song
17)    Star Collector
18)    Can You Dig It?
 
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  • Although they were a prefab group put together to be a watered-down television version of the Beatles, the Monkees, at least viewed backward through the lens of time, turned out to be a pretty fair pop outfit, and this two-disc overview of their career is the proof of that. From their first single, the infectious "Last Train to Clarksville," to later, more experimental fare like the odd but still fascinating "Tapioca Tundra," the Monkees delivered a pretty impressive legacy of catchy songs, and if many tended to dismiss them back in the day as a media-manufactured joke, it's the Monkees who've had the last laugh. ~ Steve Leggett
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