(I am talking about various artists compilations here) I am a huge collector from the historical angle and researched this subject for years and years. What are some songs you used to hear on pop/mainstream radio yet never appeared on any various CD compilations? You are allowed to include a particular version if you want as in a "full length album version", "single radio mix", etc. that eluded you. I know of a few: Tommy Shaw "Girls With Guns" Greg Guidry "Goin' Down" Eddie Schwartz "All Are Tomorrows" Tane Cain "Holdin' On" Sonny Charles "Put It In A Magazine" John Hunter "Tragedy" Wet Willie "Weekend" (full length album version over 6 minutes) Morris Day "Fishnet" (full length album version over 6 minutes) Chris Christian "I Want You, I Need You" Charlie "It's Inevitable" All of these made the top 40 U.S. pop charts (many scraping the bottom of the top 40, but nonetheless), yet never appeared on any compilations in their full version splendor. A great 5 CD series by Rhino in the 90s called "Radio Daze" went after these types of songs, yet excluded these in the sets (songs like "Sweetheart" by Franke & the Knockouts albeit an edit, "Hot Rod Hearts" by Robbie Dupree, etc. were included in the series). Another good series is the 2 disc set "Barry Scott presents the Lost 45s". He only uses single versions, however they sound great and include some real gems! What are some other rare songs that you were stunned to find never appeared on a compilation anywhere and you either had to track down the full length or live without?