Following rock group Queen (A Night at the Opera and A Day at the races) Collins mentions his second solo album, a song of the Marx Brothers.
The first single released in November 1982 Hello, I Must Be Going! Thru's thesis walls. The song has obvious similarities with In The Air Tonight but nowhere a big hit. The other songs on the album abnormal You Can't Not Hurry Love (originally by The Supremes) is released as a single and is in our country its second number one hit.
In the Netherlands Do You Know, Do You Care is used in a television spot of PO Box 51 (now SIRE), which focuses on young people and social problems. Under the motto "Drink destroys more than you want" in 1992 to see the frequently televised campaign voiced by Frits Spits. The reissue in 2016 is a demo Do You Know, Do You Care which is called Oddball yet.
|1.||I Don't Care Anymore (2016 Remastered)||5:05|
|2.||I Cannot Believe It's True (2016 Remastered)||5:16|
|3.||Like China (2016 Remastered)||5:08|
|4.||Do You Know, Do You Care? (2016 Remastered)||4:58|
|5.||You Can't Hurry Love (2016 Remastered)||2:55|
|6.||It Don't Matter To Me (2016 Remastered)||4:17|
|7.||Thru These Walls (2016 Remastered)||5:05|
|8.||Don't Let Him Steal Your Heart Away (2016 Remastered)||4:45|
|9.||The West Side (2016 Remastered)||5:02|
|10.||Why Can't It Wait 'Til Morning (2016 Remastered)||3:11|
|1.||I Don't Care Anymore (Live) [2016 Remastered]||6:30|
|2.||I Cannot Believe It's True (Live) [2016 Remastered]||5:29|
|3.||Like China (Live) [2016 Remastered]||5:41|
|4.||You Can't Hurry Love (Live) [2016 Remastered]||3:04|
|5.||It Don't Matter To Me (Live) [2016 Remastered]||4:23|
|6.||The West Side (Live Rehearsal) [2016 Remastered]||7:37|
|7.||People Get Ready (Live) [2016 Remastered]||3:18|
|8.||Thru These Walls (Live) [2016 Remastered] [From Perkins Palace]||5:03|
|9.||It's Alright (Live) [2016 Remastered]||2:22|
|10.||Oddball (Demo - Do You Know, Do You Care?) [2016 Remastered]||4:30|
|11.||Don't Let Him Steal Your Heart Away (Demo) [2016 Remastered]||4:42|
- Producers: Phil Collins, Hugh Padgham
- Written by: Phil Collins
- Label: Rhino
- Number of discs: 2
- Release Date: Friday, 26 February 2016
- Lenght: 1:38:21
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