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Artist: Cheap Trick

Title: Next Position Please

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Category: Power Pop

Year: 1983

Label: Epic/Sony (Japan)

Catalog Number: 25.8P-5187

Personnel

Jon Brant bass
Bun E. Carlos drums
Rick Nielsen guitar, keyboards
Robin Zander vocals

Todd Rundgren guitar, producer

Tracks

1.  I Can't Take It  3:28
2.  Borderline  3:35
3.  I Don't Love Her Anymore  3:52
4.  Next Position Please  3:51
5.  Younger Girls  3:15
6.  Dancing the Night Away  4:58
7.  You Talk Too Much  1:56
8.  3-D  3:38
9.  You Say Jump  3:07
10.  Y.O.Y.O.Y.  4:55
11.  Won't Take No for An Answer  3:14
12.  Heaven's Falling  3:48
13.  Invaders of the Heart  4:00
14.  Don't Make Our Love a Crime  3:44
  
Total Running Time:  51:21

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From: Jez Date: December 18, 2008 at 15:50
I must admit right away that this is probably one of my least favourite Cheap Trick discs in their whole discography. It is still a good disc and has some great songs on it and Todd Rundgrens production I really like aswell, but there are also quite a few filler songs on here aswell that I find skipping over (Filler on a Cheap Trick Disc - surely not!!). Well worth adding to your CT collection, but not the most essential in their catologue.

From: rick kerch vzla Date: January 2, 2009 at 16:47
Well 4 me this album is a mix of what they were influenced at that time (pop,rock and some new wave groove too).Sure has great songs such as "I Can't Take It"(4 me the best),"Borderline",I Don't Love Her Anymore","Y.O.Y.O.Y" (beautiful ballad) and "Invaders Of The Heart" that included a very nice and little drum solo by Mr Bun E Carlos (some information said that he was born in Venezuela and went to the States at a very young age).Anyway,this is part of the history of Cheap Trick...80/100

From: hair metal again Date: November 23, 2009 at 2:41
from the first tunes you realize the quality and the talent of CHEAP TRICK. after many hearings i can tell this is an amazing release with beatiful melodies and remarkable musicianship.it starts with the big hit "i cant take it",great anthems like "i dont love here anymore", "next position please" and ends with the beautiful "heaven s falling".there is no such music anymore...


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