|–Howard Jones||Pearl In The Shell||4:25|
|–Howard Jones||No One Is To Blame||4:36|
|–Howard Jones and Duncan Sheik||Someone You Need||3:34|
|–Howard Jones||New Song 99||4:58|
|–Howard Jones||Wedding Song||5:56|
|–Howard Jones||Let The People Have Their Say (Calypso)||3:19|
|–Howard Jones||Tomorrow Is Now||4:21|
|–Howard Jones||Life In One Day||5:05|
|–Howard Jones||Dreamin' On||3:58|
|–Howard Jones||You Know I Love You Don't You?||3:39|
|–Howard Jones||What Is Love?||6:06|
|–Howard Jones||Everlasting Love||4:20|
|–Howard Jones||Things Can Only Get Better||7:43|
|–Howard Jones||Let The People Have Their Say (Radio Edit)||3:39|
|–Howard Jones||What Is Love? (Trouser Enthusiasts Club Mix)||8:06|
|AVCD-11956||Howard Jones||Metamorphosis (CD, Comp)||Avex Trax||AVCD-11956||Japan||2001|
|AVCD-11956||Howard Jones||Metamorphosis (CD, Comp, Promo)||Avex Trax||AVCD-11956||Japan||2001|
Metamorphosis Howard Jones Songtexte. Howard Jones Songtexte. Alle Songtexte von Howard Jones in alphabetische Ordnung. Metamorphosis (2001). Pearl In The Shell Songtext. No One Is To Blame Songtext.
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The bassist for the tours and on this album was Nick Beggs, known better as the bassist for Kajagoogoo. Drummer Kevin Wilkinson and guitarist Robin Boult also contributed to both projects.
Metamorphosis is the third compilation album of The Rolling Stones music released by former manager Allen Klein's ABKCO Records (who usurped control of the band's Decca/London material in 1970) after the band's departure from Decca and Klein. Released in 1975, Metamorphosis centres on outtakes and alternate versions of well-known songs recorded from 1964 to 1970.
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The Offical Web Site for Howard Jones. The debut album from the man from High Wycombe took the charts by storm in 1984 by heading straight to the number one spot and selling 100,000 copies in the first week of release. The album spent a total of 57 weeks in the charts. Saxophone on "Pearl In The Shell" by Davey Payne and Stephen W. Tayler. Photograph by Simon Fowler.