This section does not any. Unsourced material may be challenged and. (December 2010) () The album was released on 5 October 1973 as a double LP, with cover art by illustrator depicting John stepping into a poster. The original 1973 LP, when released on CD, was released on two discs, while the 1992 and 1995 CD remasters put the album on one disc as it was slightly less than 80 minutes.
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The 30th anniversary edition followed the original format, splitting the album across two discs to allow the inclusion of the bonus tracks, while a DVD on the making of the album was also included. The album has also been released by as a single disc 24 karat gold CD. The album (including all four bonus tracks) was released on (2003), (2004), and (2014). These high resolution releases included the original stereo mixes, as well as 5. German-complete 1-9 Pc on this page. 1 remixes produced and engineered. Reception [ ] Professional ratings Review scores Source Rating (B) (unfavourable) Rolling Stone (2004) Goodbye Yellow Brick Road has come to be regarded as John's best and most popular album, and is his best-selling studio album. Three singles were released in the US: 'Goodbye Yellow Brick Road', 'Bennie and the Jets' and 'Saturday Night's Alright for Fighting'.