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Customer Reviews

Almost perfect!

There are so many great power pop songs on this album. My only complaint when I bought it years ago (and still now) is the AWFUL cover version of The Motor's "Dancing The Night Away". Just the start of that song used to have me running for my turntable to lift the arm off the record!!!

Otherwise, man, there are some AMAZING tunes here - tracks 1-5, 9, 10, & 15 are all top notch.

"Y.O.Y.O.Y" is, along with "Ghost Town" from their Lap Of Luxury lp, one of my favorite CT ballads.

But, as mentioned in the review, "Heaven's Falling" is the real gem here. Trust me on this, folks! :)


Formed: 1975 in Rockford, IL

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Combining a love for British guitar pop songcraft with crunching power chords and a flair for the absurd, Cheap Trick provided the necessary links between '60s pop, heavy metal, and punk. Led by guitarist Rick Nielsen, the band's early albums were filled with highly melodic, well-written songs that drew equally from the crafted pop of the Beatles, the sonic assault of the Who, and the tongue-in-cheek musical eclecticism and humor of the Move. Their sound provided a blueprint for both power pop and...
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