Episode 35 – Cheap Trick – Cheap Trick (Part 2)

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Episode 35 - Cheap Trick - Cheap Trick (Part 2)
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Episode 35 is here! What will the final word be on the debut album by Cheap Trick? Will side two be better than the first side? Will we find songs more like later in their career? Stay Tuned!

Cheap Trick is the debut studio album by the American rock band Cheap Trick, released in 1977. It was released under Epic Records and produced by Jack Douglas, a frequent collaborator of the band. The album did not reach the Billboard 200 chart but did “bubble under” at number 207 for one week in April 1977.

Cheap Trick
Robin Zander – lead vocals, rhythm guitar
Rick Nielsen – lead guitar, mandocello, vocals
Tom Petersson – bass guitar, vocals
Bun E. Carlos – drums

Technical/Production
Jack Douglas – producer
Jay Messina – engineer
Sam Ginsberg – assistant engineer
Paula Scher – cover design
Jim Houghton – photography

Intro Music by LiteSaturation from Pixabay

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