Gold - Greatest Hits Opening (The Singles 1969-1973) 1. We've Only Just Begun 2. Those Good Old Dreams 3. Superstar 4. Rainy Days And Mondays 5. All You Get From Love Is A Love Song 6. Top Of The World 7. Ticket To Ride 8. Only Yesterday 9. Calling Occupants Of Interplanetary Craft 10. Beechwood 4-5789 11. Touch Me When We're Dancing 12. Hurting Each Other 13. Please Mr. Postman 14. There's A Kind Of Hush (All Over The World) 15. (They Long To Be) Close To You Interpretations 1. Without A Song 2. Superstar 3. Rainy Days And Mondays 4. Reason To Believe 5. (They Long To Be) Close To You 6. Calling Occupants Of Interplanetary Craft 7. Little Girl Blue 8. Bless The Beasts And Children 9. We've Only Just Begun 10. When I Fall In Love 11. From This Moment On Gold features the official Promo videos which are nice to have, Interpretations on the other hand mostly contains precious videos from the TV series and tv specials. Both contain Hits like "Superstar, "Rainy Days And Mondays", "We've Only Just begun" and "Close To You". Also who could forget "Occupants"! Whilst featuring many of the same songs they both have the occasional song that doesn't usually appear on sets like "Reason To Believe", "Little Girl Blue", "From This Moment On" and "When I Fall In Love" on the Interpretations DVD with "Those Good Old Dreams" and "Beechwood4-5789" on Gold. Gold is presented in a Classy, Rich looking cover with their name in Gold (rightfully so... They are Gold!) whilst Interpretations is an eye catching blue with a nice photo of our star duo. It features a written piece by Richard Carpenter, from June, 2003, mentioning the contents of the DVD et el. Whilst Gold contains a booklet that has a short bio written in 2000 by John Tobler. But which one is better and why?