Cheap Trick is the first studio album released in 1977 by the American rock band Cheap Trick. It was their debut album for Epic Records, produced by Jack Douglas. The album did not reach the Billboard 200 chart but did "bubble under" at number 207 for one week in April 1977. Most of the songs have a more raw sound akin to hard rock bands of the period compared to the group's later more polished power pop style, and the song lyrics deal with more extreme subject matter than later albums.
Silver is the third live album released by Cheap Trick. It was performed at Davis Park in the band's hometown of Rockford, Illinois on August 28, 1999, to celebrate the band's 25th anniversary since their formation. The album was recorded and released as a two-disc set in 2001, and re-released in 2004 with two additional tracks ("Daddy Should Have Stayed in High School" and "On Top of the World").
Format: 2 CD, Album. Country: US. Released: 2000. Silver (2xCD, Album, RE). SPV GmbH, Steamhammer. SPV 97632 DCD. Germany. Silver (2xCD, Album, Dig).
Band Name Cheap Trick. Released date 09 October 2001. Labels Image Entertainment. Members owning this album0. 1. Ain't That a Shame. 2. I Want You to Want Me. 3. Oh Candy.
Among other things, this means revisiting every single Cheap Trick album ever - yes, even including The Doctor and Busted. Even if they really go all the way to weed out the embarrassments and concentrate on the decent stuff, there's no way you could shove Silver into somebody's face as an introduction to Cheap Trick. It may be historically truthful and all, but it just isn't really that fun. There does seem to be a certain ideological point here: it's as if with this release, Nielsen and the boys are trying to officially legitimize and redeem all of their past.
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The Greatest Hits (Cheap Trick album). The Greatest Hits is the first compilation album by Cheap Trick. It contains many of Cheap Trick's popular songs, as well as a previously unreleased cover version of The Beatles' "Magical Mystery Tour," which according to the liner notes, was an outtake from the Lap of Luxury album
|2||Ain't That A Shame|
|3||I Want You To Want Me|
|5||That 70's Song|
|7||If You Want My Love|
|9||Can't Stop Fallin' Into Love|
|10||Gonna Raise Hell|
|11||I Can't Take It|
|12||Take Me To The Top|
|13||It All Comes Back To You|
|14||Tonight, It's You|
|15||Time Will Let You Know|
|16||World's Greatest Lover|
|18||Stop This Game|
|20||I Know What I Want|
|21||Woke Up With A Monster|
|22||Never Had A Lot To Lose|
|23||You're All Talk|
|24||I'm Losin' You|
|25||Hard To Tell|
|28||Just Got Back|
|30||Who D' King|
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