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The World Is A Ghetto: 40th Anniversary Expanded Edition

War

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Billboard Album of the Year, 1973

Billboard 200 - #1, 1972
Billboard Hot 100 - #2, 1973 - The Cisco Kid
Billboard Hot 100 - #7, 1973 - The World Is A Ghetto

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1
The Cisco Kid
War
4:35
2
Where Was You At
War
3:27
3
City, Country, City
War
13:21
4
Four Cornered Room
War
8:35
5
The World Is A Ghetto
War
10:15
6
Beetles In The Bog
War
3:55
7
Freight Train Jam
War
5:43
8
58 Blues
War
5:31
9
War Is Coming (Blues Version)
War
6:17
10
The World Is A Ghetto (Rehearsal Take)
War
8:05
Total Playing Time    69:44
War celebrated the 40th anniversary of the 1972 number one album The World Is A Ghetto in 2012 with this expanded edition, containing the original six songs and four previously unreleased bonus tracks, among them the blues version of War Is Coming and a rehearsal take of the title track. Featuring the band's most successful single, the number two hit The Cisco Kid, as well as the top 10 title song, The World Is A Ghetto was named Billboard's Album of the Year as the best selling LP of 1973 and has been included on the Rolling Stone list of the 500 greatest albums of all time.
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