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Album: Too Low For Zero (Bonus Track Version)

Artist: Elton John

  • Genre: Pop
  • Release Date: 1998
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 13

  • Copyright: ℗ 1998 Mercury Records Limited

Tracklist For Too Low For Zero (Bonus Track Version) By Artist Elton John

Title Artist Time
Cold As Christmas (In the Midd Elton John 4:21 USD 1.29
I'm Still Standing Elton John 3:03 USD 1.29
Too Low For Zero Elton John 5:46 USD 1.29
Religion Elton John 4:06 USD 1.29
I Guess That's Why They Call I Elton John 4:45 USD 1.29
Crystal Elton John 5:05 USD 1.29
Kiss the Bride Elton John 4:22 USD 1.29
Whipping Boy Elton John 3:44 USD 1.29
Saint Elton John 5:20 USD 1.29
One More Arrow Elton John 3:47 USD 1.29
Earn While You Learn Lord Choc Ice 6:46 USD 1.29
Dreamboat Elton John 7:34 USD 1.29
The Retreat Elton John 4:46 USD 1.29

Reviews For Too Low For Zero (Bonus Track Version) By Artist Elton John

  • Great Elton John Record

    By Belgrade21
    Besides the obvious hits a few more songs stand out. Saint is great and nicely leads into the brilliant One More Arrow. Cold As Christmas is another hidden gem. The title track is awesome and has a nice piano solo. One of my favorite records of all time.
  • Brilliant

    By The Local Foreigner
  • Elton in the 80’s

    2 stars is stretching it, but there are a couple of good tracks. Elton was brilliant in the 70’s with all his music. It’s was hard to top that decade for him.

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