℗ 1969 Universal International Music B.V.
 

Goodbye

Cream

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1
I'm So Glad (Live)
Cream
9:12
2
Politician (Live)
Cream
6:20
3
Sitting On Top Of The World (Live)
Cream
5:07
4
Badge
Cream
2:48
5
Doing That Scrapyard Thing
Cream
3:19
6
What A Bringdown
Cream
3:57
Total Playing Time    30:43
UK Albums Chart - #1, 1969
Billboard 200 - #2, 1969

"Badge alone would make this album well worth it for Cream fans; it is that good of a song."
- Sputnikmusic

The fourth and last original studio album from Cream was released in 1969, a year after the band dissolved, and includes three live tracks and three unreleased studio tracks. The single Badge features the song's co-writer George Harrison on rhythm guitar performing under the pseudonym L'Angelo Misterioso. Goodbye was a number one album for Cream in the UK and peaked at number two in the US.
192 kHz / 24-bit and 96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Universal International Music B.V. Studio Masters

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