1. Open Up The Door
3. A Glass Of Champagne
4. Heart Of The Matter
5. Chained To The Wheel
6. The Secretary
7. Traffic Jam
8. Karma Chameleon
9. TV Land 10. Panama
11. Girls Girls Girls
12. One Drink Too Many
13. La Cumbia 14. Stiletto Heels
16. Farewell To Berlin
18. Nickelodeon Nights
19. Sailor (live)
1. Perfect Time
2. Brag Brag Brag
3. Office Hours
4. The Street
5. Hat Check Girl
6. Guns and Guitars
7. My Parachute
8. Blame It On The Soft Spot
9. The Naturman
10. The Old Nickelodeon Sound
11. Stay The Night
12. Whatever’s In Your Heart
13. The Frozen Man
16. Lost My Mode
17. Mack The Knife
18. A Glass Of Champagne (live)
19. Girls Girls Girls
Angel Air release from SAILOR a 38 track Golden Anthology of Greatest Hits, secret gems and timeless classics, a rare treasure trove of previously unreleased material capturing the unique identity of one of the most entertainingly original and innovative bands of all time from the UK.
The ultimate SAILOR collection-2CD’s 38 tracks containing HITS HITS HITS, ‘A GLASS OF CHAMPAGNE’ and MUCH MUCH MORE. Compiled by PHIL PICKETT.
GEORG KAJANUS, PHIL PICKETT, HENRY MARSH, GRANT SERPELL, PETER LINCOLN
It shows Sailor to have had a quirky and interesting style with some good ideas.
Music Week, September 2007
As with all Angel Air releases, it's a stunning set'The band's earliest demos and tracks intended for their projected, but never released, seventh album TV Land are the real jewels within for fans, but there's plenty more rarer old and new music to explore. A must for every Sailor fan.
Jo-Ann Greene, All Music Guide (September 2007)
...sultry rock steady is married to Weimar-esque heartfelt recklessness...You can all join in
www.dmme.net (September 2007)
This handsomely-packaged double-disc set tells the story of Sailor...there's plenty of value here, not to mention historical interest...Sailor sail on...this will satisfy their devotees.
Record Collector, December 2007
...these 38 tracks on two discs touch on all manner of musical styles...
Classic Rock (November 2007)
...their innate sense of fun and their ability to pen consistently memorable material...suggests an act worthy of reappraisal.
Danny Moore, RocknReel (November 2007)
...a great introduction for anyone who missed Sailor first time round.
20th Century Guitar (April 2008)