Set for release on January 24th is All The Hits from British Invasion legends the Dave Clark Five (DC5). The 28-song set, which will be available as a single CD and double-album set, features newly remastered sound by Dave Clark himself and London's legendary Abbey Road Studios.

Among the highlights on the collection are the DC5's most timeless tracks, including the band's signature hit "Glad All Over," "Bits And Pieces," "Because," "Any Way You Want It," "Catch Us If You Can," "I Like It Like That," "You Got What It Takes," and their sole chart-topper, "Over and Over."

Dave Clark told us that the band's secret weapon was their lead singer, songwriter, and keyboardist -- the late, great Mike Smith: "He didn't realize how good he was. I think I say that in the film. He had an amazing talent, Mike. I mean, he studied classical piano originally, so he was a musician. His dad got very disillusioned when he got his first job in a pub (laughs), y'know? But, it, it worked. He had a great voice, and he had a great look, y'know?

In 2008, longtime fan Tom Hanks inducted the DC5 into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. In his speech, he explained that a few things which separated the band from the pack: "The Dave Clark Five were sensations in particular ways, not the least of which was their eschewing of animals or minerals in their choice of name. The Dave Clark Five were one of the few British bands of the day that never replaced their drummer."

The group broke up in 1970, with Clark becoming a multi-millionaire music mogul. Although the band's material never made the switch from Top 40 to album oriented rock in the latter half of the 1960's, Clark explained that the DC5 actually influenced the harder-edged bands that followed in their wake: "All the bands that were actually influenced by us -- I mean, (Bruce) Springsteen and Kiss and all, all heavy metal -- the Ramones. Y'know, I mean, the last song they ever played was ‘Any Way You Want It.' It's a totally different audience, I suppose, looking back, that it appealed to the Beatles or even the (Rolling) Stones."

The tracklisting to The Dave Clark Five's All The Hits is:

"Do You Love Me"
"Glad All Over"
"Bits And Pieces"
"Can't You See That She's Mine"
"Everybody Knows (I Still Love You)"
"Don't Let Me Down"
"Any Way You Want It"
"Wild Weekend"
"Catch Us If You Can"
"Because"
"I Like It Like That"
"Reelin' And Rockin'"
"Over And Over"
"Come Home"
"You Got What It Takes"
"Try Too Hard"
"Everybody Knows"
"I'll Be Yours My Love"
"Nineteen Days"
"Look Before You Leap"
"Til The Right One Comes Along"
"All Night Long"
"Good Old Rock N' Roll (Medley)"
"Sha-Na-Na Hey Hey Kiss Him Goodbye"
"Here Comes Summer"
"Put A Little Love In Your Heart"
"Everybody Get Together"
"Universal Love"

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