This is a 2-CD set containing:

Twenty-Two Hits of the Carpenters (1995)

1. I Need to Be In Love (1991 remix)
2. We've Only Just Begun (1985 remix)
3. Superstar (1991 remix)
4. Rainy Days and Mondays (1991 remix)
5. Top of the World (1973 version, 1991 remix)
6. Sing (1994 remix)
7. Only Yesterday
8. Ticket to Ride (1973 version)
9. Goodbye to Love (1991 remix)
10. It's Going to Take Some Time (1991 remix)
11. This Masquerade (1991 remix)
12. Sweet Sweet Smile
13. I Won't Last a Day Without You (1991 remix)
14. Solitaire
15. Please Mr. Postman (1991 remix)
16. Hurting Each Other (1991 remix)
17. There's a Kind of Hush (1985 remix)
18. Jambalaya (On the Bayou) (1991 remix)
19. For All We Know (1991 remix)
20. Touch Me When We're Dancing
21. (They Long to Be) Close to You (1991 remix)
22. Yesterday Once More (1991 remix)

Yesterday Once More: Carpenters Original Master Karaoke (2005 version)

1. Yesterday Once More (karaoke mix)
2. Superstar (karaoke mix)
3. Rainy Days and Mondays (karaoke mix)
4. Top of the World (karaoke mix)
5. Sing (karaoke mix)
6. This Masquerade (karaoke mix)
7. I Won't Last a Day Without You (karaoke mix)
8. For All We Know (karaoke mix)
9. Jambalaya (On the Bayou) (karaoke mix)
10. (They Long to Be) Close to You (karaoke mix)
11. Hurting Each Other (karaoke mix)
12. Please Mr. Postman (karaoke mix)
13. Bless the Beasts and Children (karaoke mix)
14. Goodbye to Love (karaoke mix)
15. I Need to Be In Love (karaoke mix)
16. We've Only Just Begun (karaoke mix)

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Japanese CD release

This is a limited-edition re-release of the 22 Hits of the Carpenters Asian compilation, with the added bonus of a new version of the Original Master Karaoke CD.

The mastering of the 22 Hits CD is the same as on the 1995 version, so there is no difference there, but the Original Master Karaoke CD has had a new track added: "Sing." It was a karaoke mix created for a CD single that came out in 2003, and never before available on an album.

For those who do not have the long-out-of-print original karaoke disc already, this is a must, and even fans who already have the earlier version will want this one because of the new track.

Produced by Richard Carpenter, Karen Carpenter and Jack Daugherty

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