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Cheap Trick

CHEAP TRICK - Cheap Trick

CHEAP TRICK - Cheap Trick

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Cheap Trick - Cheap Trick LP record from Japan

Side A:

1. Hot Love
2. Speak Now Or Forever Hold Your Peace
3. He's A Whore
4. Mandocello
5. The Ballad Of T.V. Violence (I'm Not The Only Boy)


Side B:

1. Elo Kiddies
2. Daddy Should Have Stayed In High School
3. Taxman, Mr. Thief
4. Cry, Cry
5. Oh, Candy


Epic - 25AP 358

No obi, no insert. Jacket has ring wear and shelf wear. Disc has hairlines.

"Cheap Trick" is the self-titled debut album by the American rock band, released in 1977. This album introduces their characteristic blend of hard rock, power pop, and melodic hooks. The standout track "ELO Kiddies" showcases the band's knack for catchy riffs and anthemic choruses, embodying the energy and rebellious spirit of the era. Unique for its combination of British invasion pop influences with American hard rock, the album set the stage for Cheap Trick's rise to fame. Known for their dynamic live performances and influential sound, Cheap Trick has remained a significant force in rock music, with this debut album marking the beginning of their prolific career.

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Label: Epic

Year: 1977

Country: Japan

Size: 12 inch

Speed: 33rpm

Disc condition: VERY GOOD PLUS

Cover condition: VERY GOOD

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