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.
Band Name Cheap Trick. Album Name Standing on the Edge. Data de lançamento 1985. Estilo de MúsicaRock. Membros têm este álbum0. 5. How About You. 6. Standing on the Edge. Other productions from Cheap Trick.
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. The album features a black-and-white themed cover and a stripped-down sound reminiscent of the band's eponymous debut album 20 years earlier. It was named after the 1977 debut. Rick Nielsen and Bun E. Carlos are represented on the front cover (rather than the back) of a Cheap Trick album for the first and only time, likewise Robin Zander and Tom Petersson are relegated to the back, but their gear appears instead of the band members themselves.
Album Rockford (2006). Bun E. Carlos, Rick Nielsen, Tom Petersson, Julian Raymond, Robin Zander, Linda Perry, Bill Lloyd. 11. Music For Hangovers. 10. Next Position Please.
Cheap Trick deliver a belter of a hard rock - power pop album that recalls but doesn't rely on their past glories. Cheap Trick are always going to be remembered for their pivotal At Budokan – the response in the far East earning them the tag of the Japanese Beatles. On their 18th album, they prove that the fire ignited by that flash in the pan is still smouldering away. Smouldering but still fuelled by that late seventies glory days era – the album title harking back to the early hit Surrender. Combining their trademark power pop with a harder rockier edge, the core trio of Nielsen, Robin Zander, still sounding remarkably youthful and Tom Petersson are joined by Nielsen jnr, Daxx on drums. Nothing like a proper bit of nepotism.
Cheap Trick recorded We're All Alright! - whose title, of course, references the 1978 hit "Surrender" and 1999's "That '70s Song" - with Julian Raymond, who also helmed Bang, Zoom, Crazy.