Ticket To The Moon: The Very Best of Electric Light Orchestra Volume 2

Ticket to the Moon: The Very Best of Electric Light Orchestra Volume 2 is a 2007 compilation album by Electric Light Orchestra, and is a companion to 2005's All Over the World. The album features most, although not all post-1973 UK singles that did not make the first album, together with band leader and songwriter Jeff Lynne's input of best album tracks.

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