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Cheap Trick - Dream Police / Cheap Trick At Budokan Album

Cheap Trick - Dream Police / Cheap Trick At Budokan Album
Performer: Cheap Trick
Title: Dream Police / Cheap Trick At Budokan
Country: Australia
Genre: Rock Music
Style:Classic Rock
Released: Oct 1982
Catalog number: 241017
Label: CBS
MP3 album szie: 2437 mb
FLAC album size: 1556 mb


1Way Of The World
2Writing On The Wall
3Come On, Come On
4I Know What I Want
5Need Your Love
6Gonna Raise Hell
8I'll Be With You Tonight
9The House Is Rockin' (With Domestic Problems)
10Clock Strikes Ten
11Big Eyes
12Dream Police
13Goodnight Now
14Need You Love
15 Cheap Trick At Budokan
16 Dream Police
18Ain't That A Shame
19I Want You To Want Me
21Hello There


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
241017CCheap Trick Dream Police / Cheap Trick At Budokan ‎(Cass, Comp)CBS241017CAustralia1982


Limited edition Australian Two for the Price of One series.

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Cheap Trick at Budokan is a live album released by Cheap Trick in 1978 and their best-selling recording. It was ranked number 426 in Rolling Stone magazine's list of the 500 Greatest Albums of All Time. In 2020, the album was selected by the Library of Congress for preservation in the National Recording Registry for being culturally, historically, or aesthetically significant. In its official press release, the Library stated that, along with its success in the Japanese market, Cheap Trick at. Dream Police - Cheap Trick. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Stiff CompetitionLive at Nippon Budokan, Tokyo, Japan - March 1979. Full Live Album - 1978 Tracklist: 1. Hello There 2. Come On Come On 3. Look Out 4. Big Eyes 5. Need Your Love 6. Ain't That A Shame 7. I Want You To Want Police by Cheap Trick Audio CD . In Stock. Ships from and sold by . Heaven Tonight by Cheap Trick Audio CD . Originally released as a 10-track live album in the late 1970s when live albums were all the rage, At Budokan neatly summed up this oddball power-pophard rock band with the added ferocity a live show brings. Tracks such as Hello There, Surrender, I Want You to Want Me, and Fats Domino's Ain't That a Shame were infused with a power their studio versions only hint at. Sex, America, Cheap Trick - Cheap Trick. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей. Listen free to Cheap Trick Cheap Trick At Budokan Hello There, Come on, Come On and more. 10 tracks 38:33. At Budokan unexpectedly made Cheap Trick stars, largely because I Want You to Want Me had a tougher sound than its original studio incarnation. Perversely - and most things Cheap Trick have done are somehow perverse - the band decided not to continue with the direct, stripped-down sound of At Budokan, which would have been a return to their debut. Instead, the group went for their biggest, most elaborate production to date, taking the synthesized flourishes of Heaven Tonight to extremes. Cheap Trick released 'At Budokan' in February 1979. In Cheap Trick's case, At Budokan was initially also something of a minor inconvenience although they were already deep into preparations for their next studio set, Dream Police , the band's schedule slowly ground to a halt as executives at Columbia noticed the rising tide of import orders and quickly scheduled a U. release for February 1979. The record would quickly become Cheap Trick's first full-fledged hit, even though, as guitarist Rick Nielsen later admitted , When we heard the tapes of the concert, we thought it sounded hideous. Not that the Budokan concert. Album 1979 9 Songs. Dream Police Cheap Trick. At Budokan Live. Cheap Trick: The Greatest Hits. The Essential Cheap Trick. Authorized Greatest Hits. Lap of Luxury. The Latest. Like most Cheap Trick songs, it was written by their guitarist Rick Nielsen, who creates lots of offbeat characters for his compositions, which keeps it in good fun. Dream Police dates back to 1976. It was one of 22 songs the band had written for their first album, and it didn't make the cut. The song evolved as they played it live and refined it in the studio, and it was released as the title track of their fourth studio album. By this time, their live album At Budokan had been released, breaking them big with the single I Want You To Want Me. The next single was Dream Police, and it became one of their most popular songs, reaching 26 in the US