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Artist: Cheap Trick

Title: One on One

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Cheap Trick One on One Album Cover

 

Category: Power Pop

Year: 1982

Label: Epic Records

Catalog Number: EK 38021

Personnel

Bun E. Carlos percussion
Robin Zander vocals, guitars
Rick Nielsen guitars, basses, keys
Jon Brant basses

Tracks

1.  I Want You  3:02
2.  One on One  3:05
3.  If You Want My Love  3:36
4.  Oo La La La  3:15
5.  Lookin' Out for Number One  3:41
6.  She's Tight  2:59
7.  Time Is Runnin'  2:20
8.  Saturday at Midnight  2:58
9.  Love's Got a Hold on Me  2:36
10.  I Want Be Man  3:19
11.  Four Letter Word  2:38
  
Total Running Time:  33:29

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From: Jez Date: May 9, 2005 at 4:55
Remember this one with it's bright shiny red vinyl,loved it at the time & still do. This is notable as it was the first album not to feature Tom Peterssen on bass (all played by Rick Nielsen not Jon Brant as listed). One of CT's more rocking albums and one that is chock full of great tracks. The main thing you notice on this one is the difference in Sound/Production compared to old- very Clanky (!!!) is the word I would use (if that makes any sense at all)but a great sounding album all the same.

From: Nick C Date: May 10, 2005 at 17:15
This is from the supposed period when the band were releasing sub-standard albums. Well if this is sub-standard it makes most other bands releases look pitiful. Some great tracks One on One, If You Want My Love, She's Tight, Looking Out for Number 1 and the off the wall I Want Be Man. Maybe not the best Cheap Trick album but well worth investigating as is practically anything they do.

From: Metal Pete Date: June 10, 2005 at 19:14
What a fantastic album. Perhaps their best. I like the album after it too, but 'One on One' is a must-have for anybody who likes Cheap Trick.

From: Metal Pete Date: June 10, 2005 at 19:16
one more thing--If 'Reach Out' had been on a band record (instead of 'Heavy Metal sntrk' it would be on this record.

From: rick kerch vzla Date: February 22, 2009 at 11:52
Very good album...this one along with "Next Position Please" are kinda similar in song structure even though this is more "comercial" than the "Next...".Anyway songs such as the opener "I Want You","One On One","If You Want My Love"(the hit single and the best song of the album,the poppy one then...)"Oh La La" and "Looking Out For Number One" are very enjoyable songs 2 rock to,basically the whole A side.85/100


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