- Apr 11, 2002
- Reaction score
I'm assuming that in order to pay royalties and make a little profit it was broken into Sesame Street 2 Part 1 and Sesame Street 2 Part 2. Several other albums are broken into two parts like this. Maybe that was the best option to make them available. While it's not ideal, it's better than not having them available at all.It seems I made a mistake about the Sesame Street 2 album. They apparently released it in 2 volumes. Volume 1 contains the songs from side 1 and the first song from side 2. The second volume contains the rest of the songs from side 2. It's interesting why they didn't release it as one album.