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Artist: Cheap Trick

Title: At Budokan

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Category: Power Pop

Year: 1979

Label: Epic

Catalog Number: EK-35795


Rick Nielsen Guitar
Robin Zander Vocals
Tom Petersson Bass
Bun E. Carlos Drums


1.  Hello There Live  2:27
2.  Come On, Come On Live  3:17
3.  Lookout Live  3:01
4.  Big Eyes Live  3:55
5.  Need Your Love Live  8:46
6.  Ain't That A Shame Live  5:09  Cover: Fats Domino
7.  I Want You To Want Me Live  3:45
8.  Surrender Live  4:25
9.  Goodnight Live  3:08
10.  Clock Strikes Ten Live  4:01
Total Running Time:  41:54

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From: Jez Date: April 2, 2005 at 5:02
What more can be said about this seminal live album that hasn't been said before. If you don't own it, then go and get it (especially the remastered 2 disc complete concert version). All the early CT classics are on this in beefed up form compared to some of the studio originals and are much better for it 'I Want You To Want Me' especially. The japanese audience go absolutely nuts throughout this album and quite rightly so. A brilliant gig captured for ever by a brilliant band.

From: Tony Date: April 2, 2005 at 18:35
About time this masterpiece was on here. What a GLORIOUS slice of pop-metal this was (and still is) when it came out. Ranks right up there with Kiss "Alive" for me as far as live discs go. No fillers here and just catchy as s#@t from start to finish. A disc I throw in the cd player frequently and it always reminds me how fun and uplifting rock music can be when played with this kind of skill and enthusiasm. What more positive can I add about this cd that hasn't been said the last 26 years?

From: Nick C Date: April 5, 2005 at 14:01
Waheyyy! Great live album...one of the genres cornerstones. I used to have this album on yellow vinyl...but I lost it in a field of Sunflowers or summat...anyway I no longer have it. Luckily it came out on CD and I was able to replace my .. probably by now..pollen covered copy. Hello There starts off the CD with the needle in the red for energy and it never drops throughout. A total pop-rock masterpiece. Beatles sound meets Aerosmith attitude. Plus if you like CT checkout Jellyfish!

From: Metalmusicman Date: January 7, 2007 at 13:25
Possibly the best and definitely the most played live album of the 70's. You would have had to been locked away to not have heard "I Want You To Want Me" on the radio back in the day. One of the few instances were the live versions of the songs are clearly the prefered versions by both fans and non fans alike. It's really unbelieveable just how good this live set is until you here it for yourself. By far, the single most must have in Cheap Tricks entire catalog!!!

From: rick kerch vzla Date: July 5, 2017 at 12:47
Classic live album by all means!!!...tracks 1(classic opening cut!),7,8,9(classic closing cut!) & 10 are essential Trick ones in its all nature .83/100

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