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Cheap Trick - Next Position Please (1983) Retail CD
So someone answered my prayer; they got the finest Rock'n'Roll Band in the Studio with the finest Producer (Todd Rundgren).This album is so overlooked and yet so fine. Cheap Trick created it at a time when they're record company had nearly given up on them, they'd lost bass-player Tom Petersson (a massive part of they're sound) and all around them were induldging in synth-pop. So what did they do. They did what they do best, they concentrated on THE SONGS.I actually rate this as they're finest album; not for the sound, but for the songs, though Todd did a great job on tracks like I Can't Takemore… It and Borderline - Todd's sound really works here.Whenever I have this CD on in the car I'm singing along 'cos tracks like I Don't Love Here Anymore and YOYOY are just too much to ignore. Heaven's Falling (written by Todd) sounds just so good in the hands of Cheap Trick and reminds me of Don Henley's Boys of Summer, but with bags-more optimism.A fine work. A band sounding fine during a time when everyone but they're mothers' had dissed 'em. Now if you can find a version with You Talk Too Much (a Cassette only bonus I fear) on it, then you'll be a happy monkey!
|1||I Can't Take It|
|3||I Don't Love Here Anymore|
|4||Next Position Please|
|6||Dancing the Night Away|
|7||You Talk Too Much|
|9||You Say Jump|
|11||Won't Take No for an Answer|
|13||Invaders of the Heart|
|14||Don't Make Our Love a Crime|
- Cheap Trick - Next Position Please (1983) Retail CD
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