Cheap Trick - Cheap Trick album flac
|A2||Speak Now Or Forever Hold Your Peace||4:34|
|A3||He's A Whore||2:42|
|A5||The Ballad Of T.V. Violence (I'm Not The Only Boy)||5:12|
|B2||Daddy Should Have Stayed In High School||4:42|
|B3||Taxman, Mr. Thief||4:15|
- Recorded At – Record Plant, N.Y.C.
- Mixed At – Record Plant, N.Y.C.
- Mastered At – Record Plant, N.Y.C.
- Bass, Vocals – Tom Petersson
- Design – Paula Scher
- Drums – Bun E. Carlos
- Engineer – Jay Messina
- Engineer [Assistant] – Sam Ginsberg
- Lead Guitar, Vocals – Rick Nielsen
- Lead Vocals, Guitar [Rhythm] – Robin Zander
- Photography – Jim Houghton
- Producer – Jack Douglas
- Written-By – R. Nielsen* (tracks: A1, A3 to A5, B1 to B5), R. Zander* (tracks: B4), T. Reid* (tracks: A2), T. Petersson* (tracks: B4)
NotesRecorded, mixed and mastered at The Record Plant, New York, N.Y.
Side B is marked Side One on the back cover.
|PE 34400||Cheap Trick||Cheap Trick (LP, Album)||Epic||PE 34400||US||1977|
|MHCP 1074||Cheap Trick||Cheap Trick (CD, Album, Unofficial)||Epic||MHCP 1074||Russia||2006|
|ESCA 7726||Cheap Trick||Cheap Trick (CD, Album, RE, RM)||Epic||ESCA 7726||Japan||1998|
|PE 34400||Cheap Trick||Cheap Trick (LP, Album, RE, Ter)||Epic||PE 34400||US||1979|
|ESCA 5472||Cheap Trick||Cheap Trick (CD, Album, RE)||Epic||ESCA 5472||Japan||1991|
Cheap Trick: все альбомы, включая The Summer Looks Good On You, Christmas Christmas, We're All Alright! и другие.
In Color is the second studio album by Cheap Trick, released in 1977. It was produced by Tom Werman. All songs written by Rick Nielsen, except where noted.
Cheap Trick – Cheap Trick. Label: Epic – PE 34400.
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.
Cheap Trick, commonly referred to as Cheap Trick '97, is the second eponymous album, and thirteenth studio album, by the American rock band Cheap Trick, produced by the band and Ian Taylor and released on Red Ant Records and Alliance Entertainment. The album is referred to as "Cheap Trick II" when it is referenced on the promotional DVD that was released with the band's Special One album in 2003.
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Cheap Trick's long career has seen them celebrated by everyone from Steve Albini to the entire nation of Japan. Cheap Trick in in 1978. A combination of zany and sophisticated, Cheap Trick certainly took their cues from The Beatles. Cheap Trick have never been overly fond of this album. Despite the fact that it represented a stirring commercial fightback for them. The Flame was a number one single in America, while a cover of Elvis’ Don’t Be Cruel was also Top Five over there. The problem for the band was that they felt the label dictated too much to them, bringing in outside writers to try and make them more viable. The plan worked brilliantly, but having to collaborate with other people did restrict their usual vibe. 13. The Latest (Cheap Trick Unlimited, 2009).
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Cheap Trick – riding high with latest album We’re All Alright! – have announced the launch of a Christmas-themed LP on Oct. 20 via Big Machine Records. Christmas Christmas includes 12 tracks, three of which were written by the band, while the others are all seasonal classics from down the years. It’s their third record in two years after We’re All Alright! followed 2016’s Bang, Zoom, Craz. ello. Big Machine said in a statement: Arriving mere months after We’re All Alright!, Cheap Trick co-produced the holiday collection alongside their longtime collaborator, Grammy award winner Julian Raymond.