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At The Speed Of Sound (Deluxe Edition)

Wings

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1
Let 'Em In (2014 Remaster)
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5:11
2
The Note You Never Wrote (2014 Remaster)
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4:21
3
She’s My Baby (2014 Remaster)
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3:08
4
Beware My Love (2014 Remaster)
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6:28
5
Wino Junko (2014 Remaster)
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5:21
6
Silly Love Songs (2014 Remaster)
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5:54
7
Cook Of The House (2014 Remaster)
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2:39
8
Time To Hide (2014 Remaster)
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4:32
9
Must Do Something About It (2014 Remaster)
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3:43
10
San Ferry Anne (2014 Remaster)
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2:08
11
Warm And Beautiful (2014 Remaster)
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3:13
12
Silly Love Songs (Demo) (2014 Remaster)
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2:45
13
She's My Baby (Demo) (2014 Remaster)
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3:47
14
Message To Joe (2014 Remaster)
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0:24
15
Beware My Love (John Bonham Version) (2014 Remaster)
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5:35
16
Must Do Something About It (Paul's Version) (2014 Remaster)
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3:38
17
Let 'Em In (Demo) (2014 Remaster)
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4:18
18
Warm And Beautiful (Instrumental Demo) (2014 Remaster)
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1:28
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    68:33
Billboard 200 - #1, 1976
Billboard Hot 100 - #1, 1976 - Silly Love Songs

"... he's at full strength on the impassioned Beware My Love ... Let 'Em In and Silly Love Songs are charming ... She's My Baby sounds like an outtake from the White Album by the Beatles. B-."
- Robert Christgau

At The Speed Of Sound, released in March 1976, enjoyed the same chart success as its predecessor Venus And Mars: another US number one hit album and another number one hit single with Silly Love Songs. The album went on to become McCartney's most successful American album, spending seven weeks at number one. In the UK it peaked at number two, narrowly missing out on the top spot. McCartney personally supervised all aspects of each reissue and remastering work was done at Abbey Road by the same team that worked on all the reissues as well as the Beatles catalogue. This deluxe edition includes seven unreleased demos and alternate versions, notably an early take of Beware My Love recorded with Led Zeppelin's drummer John Bonham.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – 2605/Hear Music Studio Masters

Track 15 – 44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM, mastered in 96 kHz / 24-bit.

Producer: Paul Mccartney
Engineer: Pete Henderson

Creative Direction and Design Yes
Cover Photo, Photos On Pages 3–15 Linda Mccartney © 1976 Paul Mccartney
Page 16 Photo Robert Ellis © 1976 MPL Communications Ltd
Back Cover Photos Clive Arrowsmith © 1976 MPL Communications Ltd
Page 2 Illustration Humphrey Ocean – Inside Club Photo Robert Ellis © 1976 MPL Communications Ltd Original Sleeve Design MPL/Hipgnosis
John Bonham Appears by Courtesy Of Mrs. Pat Bonham

All Tracks Composed By Paul Mccartney and Linda Mccartney Except Track 5 Jimmy Mcculloch/Colin Allen, Track 8 Denny Laine Track 14 Paul Mccartney

All Tracks Published By MPL Communications Ltd/Inc
Tracks 1–11 Remastered at Abbey Road Studios, London Tracks 12–18 Mastered at Abbey Road Studios, London

Original Album ℗ 1976 MPL Communications Ltd This Release ℗ 2014 MPL Communications Ltd Under Exclusive License To Starcon, LLC

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