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Budokan! 30th Anniversary Collector's Edition

Label: Legacy Recordings
Released: 2009
Track listing: DVD: Hello There; Elo Kiddies; Speak Now (Or Forever Hold Your Peace); Lookout; Downed; Can't Hold On; Oh Caroline; Surrender; Auf Wiedersehen; Southern Girls; I Want You To Want Me; California Man; Goodnight; Ain't That A Shame; Clock Strikes Ten; Come On, Come On; Voices; If You Want My Love; Cheap Trick 2008 Interview: Looking Back. CD1: Hello There; Come On, Come On; Elo Kiddies; Speak Now (Or Forever Hold Your Peace); Big Eyes; Lookout; Downed; Can't Hold On; Oh Caroline; Surrender; Auf Wiedersehen; Need Your Love; High Roller; Southern Girls; I Want You To Want Me; California Man; Goodnight; Ain't That A Shame; Clock Strikes Ten. CD2: Hello There; Come On, Come On; Elo Kiddies; Speak Now (Or Forever Hold Your Peace); Big Eyes; Lookout; Downed; Can't Hold On; Oh Caroline; Surrender; Auf Wiedersehen. CD3: Need Your Love; High Roller; Southern Girls; I Want You To Want Me; California Man; Goodnight; Ain't That A Shame; Clock Strikes Ten.

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Cheap Trick: Budokan! 30th Anniversary Collector's Edition

Read "Budokan! 30th Anniversary Collector's Edition" reviewed by Mike Perciaccante

In 1978, Cheap Trick was a little-known rock band from Rockford, Illinois toiling and touring, mostly as a supporting act. One year later, after the release of At Budokan (Epic Records, 1979), Cheap Trick was a multi-platinum act headlining the biggest arenas and venues in the world. Now, thirty years later, in its third incarnation, Cheap ...


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