All Over the World: The Very Best of Electric Light Orchestra is a compilation album by the Electric Light Orchestra, released in 2005. Originally released exclusively in the band's home market (the UK), the album sold very well, becoming the ELO's first Top Ten entry since Dino Record's compilation album The Very Best of the Electric Light Orchestra hit number 4 in 1994. All Over the World sold over 300,000 copies in the UK alone within a year and a half of its release.
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All over the world, everybody got the word Everybody everywhere is gonna feel tonight. Everybody walkin' down the street Everybody movin' to the beat They're gonna get hot down in the . A (New York, Detroit, . We're gonna take a trip across the sea Everybody come along with me We're gonna hit the night down in gay Paris (C'est la vie, having your cup of tea). All over the world, everybody got the word Everybody everywhere is gonna feel tonight. Everybody all around the world Gotta tell you what I just heard Everybody walkin' down the street I know a place where we all can meet Everybody gonna have a good time Everybody will shine 'til the daylight.
The biggest differences between All Over the World and Essential is that the 2005 release has some very nice but altogether too brief liner notes from Jeff Lynne along with five more tracks than the 15-track 2003 release. That doesn't necessarily mean that it's a better album, however. Although the presence of "Xanadu" and such album tracks as "The Diary of Horace Wimp" make up for some of these absences, there are too many good songs missing to make this a pick over Essential, which has a higher ratio of hits
He won over the hostile prisoners with definitive versions of his blues standards and his crossover hit The Thrill Is Gone. King’s first album for the Stax label combines his hard, unflashy guitar playing with the sleek sound of the label’s house band, Booker T. and the MG’s. Hits such as Crosscut Saw and Laundromat Blues earned King a new rock & roll audience. Over RZA’s hypnotically stark beats, Raekwon crafts breathtaking drug-rap narratives; it’s a rap album that rivals the mob movies hip-hop celebrates.
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The Electric Light Orchestra were one of the biggest and most successful bands of the late 1970s, producing a massive string of hit singles and albums that almost any other band would envy. Their works have been cited as influences by such hip acts as Grandaddy and Super Furry Animals. ELO produced some of the biggest and best singles in rock & roll's history, and All Over The World: The Very Best Of ELO is an excellent reintroduction to this great band. Hopefully, this also signals the beginning of a long-overdue revival and re-evaluation. Not just the track selections, but the whole album presentation is first class. The quality of the pressings is very good, and the labels of the two records are each a different color for easy identification. The jacket is very slick, the artwork incredible, and the whole package shouts quality.