But the short version is that for both the British and US versions of the album (which are very different), there is a seemingly random mixture of live tracks from concerts and semi-acoustic tracks played in front of a small studio audience. The other post has all the live stuff grouped together. This one has all the (mostly) studio stuff.
Virtually everything on this album was recorded in one day in 1994. But, for the US version of the album, the Kinks tacked on two new songs, recorded in a studio in early 1996. These songs are excellent, especially "To the Bone," which is one of my favorite Kinks songs of all time (though that admittedly is a pretty long list since they're such a great band). So naturally I've stuck those two songs at the end here as well.
To be honest, the songs here aren't really that acoustic, generally speaking. They're done with the full band, including a drummer with a full drum kit. The main difference is that acoustic guitars are used instead of electric ones. Some of the songs are also rearranged in creative ways.
01 Apeman (Kinks)
02 Tired of Waiting for You (Kinks)
03 See My Friends (Kinks)
04 Death of a Clown (Kinks)
05 Muswell Hillbilly (Kinks)
06 Better Things (Kinks)
07 Don't Forget to Dance (Kinks)
08 Picture Book (Kinks)
09 The Village Green Preservation Society (Kinks)
10 Do You Remember Walter (Kinks)
11 Set Me Free (Kinks)
12 Dead End Street (Kinks)
13 A Gallon of Gas (Kinks)
14 Waterloo Sunset (Kinks)
15 Animal (Kinks)
16 To the Bone (Kinks)
The US and British versions of "To the Bone" have completely different covers. I used the British cover for the live album, so I'm using the US one here.