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CHEAP TRICK - At Budokan: the Complete Concert /1998


CHEAP TRICK

Год: 1998
Страна:USA
Cтиль: Hard Rock /Classic Rock

Трэклист: CD 1

1. "Hello There"
2. "Come On, Come On"
3. "ELO Kiddies"
4. "Speak Now Or Forever Hold Your Peace"
5. "Big Eyes"
6. "Lookout"
7. "Downed"
8. "Can't Hold On"
9. "Oh Caroline"
10. "Surrender"
11. "Auf Wiedersehen"

CD 2

1. "Need Your Love"
2. "High Roller"
3. "Southern Girls"
4. "I Want You To Want Me"
5. "California Man"
6. "Goodnight"
7. "Ain't That a Shame"
8. "Clock Strikes Ten" 

Band

    Robin Zander – vocals, guitar
    Rick Nielsen – guitar
    Tom Petersson – bass
    Bun E. Carlos – drums

All songs by Rick Nielsen, except where noted

Label   -  Epic
Producer   -  Cheap Trick

Cheap Trick at Budokan is a live album released by Cheap Trick in 1978. It was ranked number 430 in Rolling Stone magazine's list of "the 500 Greatest Albums of All Time" in 2003.

Cheap Trick found early success in Japan, and capitalized on this popularity by recording Cheap Trick at Budokan in Tokyo on April 28 and 30, 1978 with an audience of 12,000 screaming Japanese fans nearly drowning out the band at times. The album was intended for release only in Japan but with strong airplay of the promotional album From Tokyo to You, an estimated 30,000 import copies were sold in the United States and the album was released domestically in February 1979. In the U.S., the album peaked at number four on the Billboard 200 and became the group's best selling album with over three million copies sold. It also ranked number 13 on Billboard's Top Pop Albums of 1979 year-end chart. In Canada, it went to number one, hitting the top of the RPM 100 Albums chart on August 11 of the same year. The single "I Want You to Want Me" reached number seven on the Billboard Hot 100 chart. The second single, a cover of Fats Domino's "Ain't That a Shame" also charted, reaching number 35. The album also introduced two previously unreleased original songs, "Lookout" and "Need Your Love".

A sequel, Budokan II, consisting of the remaining tracks from the concert not included on the original album, was released in 1993. An expanded version of the album was released in 1998 as At Budokan: The Complete Concert, remastered and fully restored to include all the concert tracks left off the original album. While it's missing "Stiff Competition", "On Top of the World", and "How Are You?", that were recorded at Budokan and released on Budokan II (1993), these songs were recorded in 1979 during their follow-up tour.

A 30th Anniversary Edition, Budokan! was released on November 11, 2008, as a four-disc set. In addition to the two-disc "Complete Concert", it includes a DVD and CD version of the concert from April 30, 1978. The filmed concert had originally been shown on Japanese TV, and was not previously commercially available. The original vinyl album is also to be reissued in conjunction with the 30th anniversary.

The album was certified Quintuple Platinum in Canada for the sales of 500,000 copies in November 1979.

//wikipedia

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