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Cheap Trick is an American rock band from Rockford, Illinois, formed in 1973 by guitarist Rick Nielsen, bassist Tom Petersson, lead vocalist Robin Zander and drummer Bun E. Carlos. The current lineup of the band consists of Zander, Nielsen and Petersson. Their commercially successful work bridged elements of '60s guitar pop, heavy metal, and punk rock, and would help set the template for subsequent power pop and arena rock artists. Cheap Trick released their self-titled debut album in 1977 and, later that year, found success in Japanwith the release of their second album, In Color. The band would achieve mainstream popularity in the United States in 1979 with the breakthrough No. 4 live album At Budokan and a Top 10 single, a live re-recording of "I Want You to Want Me." They followed with Dream Police (1979), their most commercially successful studio album, reaching No. 6 on the Billboard 200 chart. They later topped the US charts in 1988 with "The Flame."Cheap Trick has performed live more than 5,000 times and sold more than 20 million albums. Over the course of its career, the band has experienced several resurgences of popularity and built a dedicated cult following. Cheap Trick was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2016.


  Hot Love2:30
  Speak Now Or Forever Hold Your Peace4:34
  He's A Whore2:42
  The Ballad Of T.V. Violence (I'm Not The Only Boy)5:12
  Elo Kiddies3:42
  Daddy Should Have Stayed In High School4:42
  Taxman, Mr. Thief4:15
  Cry, Cry4:20
  Oh, Candy3:06


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Cheap Trick - Self Titled [USED][LP]

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