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  • Performer: Chicago
  • Title: Chicago X
  • Genre: Rock / Funk
  • Formats: VOC MMF XM ADX AAC AIFF WMA
  • Released: 1976
  • Style: Classic Rock, Jazz-Rock, Soft Rock, Soul
  • MP3 album: 1709 mb
  • FLAC album: 1619 mb
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Chicago  - Chicago X mp3 album

Chicago (sometimes referred to as Chicago II) is the second studio album by Chicago-based American rock band Chicago. Like their debut album, Chicago Transit Authority, this was a double album. It was their first album under the name Chicago (the band's prior name, Chicago Transit Authority, was changed due to a threatened lawsuit from the Chicago Transit Authority) and the first to use the now ubiquitous cursive Chicago logo on the cover

Chicago X is the eighth studio album, and tenth album overall, by the American band Chicago. It was recorded at Caribou Ranch and it was released by Columbia Records on June 14, 1976. The album made it to number three on the Billboard 200, and was certified gold by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) on June 21, 1976, a week after its release. It was the band's first album to be certified platinum, on September 14, 1976, and has since been certified multi-platinum

Chicago V is the fourth studio album by American rock band Chicago and was released in 1972. It is notable for being the group's first single album release, after having released three consecutive double albums and a four-disc box set of live material. Following the release of Chicago III in 1971, the group changed from producing double albums, with many songs arranged in extended suites, in favor of more concise tracks on a single album.

Chicago (2) ‎– Chicago X. Label: Columbia ‎– PC 34200, Columbia ‎– 34200. Format: Vinyl, LP, Album, Gatefold. Bass, Vocals – Peter Cetera.

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Chicago X is the eighth studio album, and tenth album overall, (hence the title) by the American band Chicago and was released on June 14, 1976. The album is notable for its soulfulness, and Chicago's first number one hit, If You Leave Me Now. The album art depicts a partially unwrapped chocolate bar with the band's logo on it. Contents.

Tracklist: 1. Once Or Twice, 2. You Are On My Mind, 3. Skin Tight, 4. If You Leave Me Now, 5. Together Again, 6. Another Rainy Day In New York City, 7. Mama Mama, 8. Scrapbook, 9. Gently I’ll Wake You, 10. You Get It Up, 11. Hope For Love. 9. Gently I’ll Wake You. 10. You Get It Up. 11. More albums from Chicago: Chicago 19 by Chicago. Chicago V by Chicago. Chicago At Carnegie Hall (Volumes I, II, III And IV) by Chicago. Chicago VI by Chicago. Chicago Transit Authority by Chicago. XXXII – Stone Of Sisyphus by Chicago. Chicago XIV by Chicago.

That album spawned three Top 10 hits. Chicago's fortunes kept rising throughout the '70s though, by the following decade, they had become a faint vision of their former selves artistically. Fans of pop hits like "If You Leave Me Now" and "Hard Habit to Break" might just fall over dead upon hearing such early things as "A Hit By Varese" or "Free Form Guitar," which is literally seven minutes of feedback from guitarist Terry Kath

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Once Or Twice
Written-By – T. Kath*
A2 You Are On My Mind
Written-By – J. Pankow*
A3 Skin Tight
Written-By – J. Pankow*
A4 If You Leave Me Now
Bass, Acoustic Guitar – J. W. G.*Written-By – P. Cetera*
A5 Together Again
Arranged By [Brass] – James PankowWritten-By – L. Loughnane*
A6 Another Rainy Day In New York City
Steel Drums – Leroy Williams, Othello MolineauxWritten-By – R. Lamm*
B1 Mama Mama
Written-By – P. Cetera*
B2 Scrapbook
Written-By – R. Lamm*
B3 Gently I'll Wake You
Conductor – Jimmie HaskellWritten-By, Arranged By [Strings] – R. Lamm*
B4 You Get It Up
Written-By – R. Lamm*
B5 Hope For Love
Guitar – J. W. G.*Piano, Mellotron – David Wolinski*Written-By – T. Kath*

Companies, etc.

  • Manufactured By – CBS/Columbia C.A.

Credits

  • Bass, Vocals – Peter Cetera
  • Design [Album Cover Concept] – John Berg
  • Design [Art, Logo] – Nick Fasciano
  • Design [Photo Of Candy Bar] – Columbia Records Photo Studio
  • Drums, Vocals – Daniel Seraphine
  • Engineer – Wayne Tarnowski
  • Engineer [Assistant] – Tom Likes
  • Guitar, Vocals – Terry Kath
  • Keyboards, Vocals – Robert Lamm
  • Orchestrated By [Strings, French Horns] – Jimmie Haskell (tracks: A4, B1)
  • Other [Sweettooth Courtesy] – Ron Coro
  • Percussion, Vocals – Laudir de Oliveira
  • Photography [Inside] – Reid Miles
  • Producer – James William Guercio
  • Trombone, Vocals – James Pankow
  • Trumpet, Vocals – Lee Loughnane
  • Woodwind, Vocals – Walter Parazaider

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
PC 34200, 34200 Chicago Chicago X ‎(LP, Album, Gat) Columbia, Columbia PC 34200, 34200 US 1976
PCA34200 Chicago Chicago X ‎(8-Trk, Dol) Columbia PCA34200 Canada 1976
PC 34200 Chicago Chicago X ‎(LP, Album) Columbia PC 34200 Canada 1976
cdcbs 86010 Chicago Chicago X ‎(LP) CBS cdcbs 86010 Netherlands 1976
CBS 86010, 86010 Chicago Chicago X ‎(LP, Album, Gat) CBS, CBS CBS 86010, 86010 Europe 1976


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