Cheap Trick - Every Trick In The Book mp3 album
The 1990 home video compilation Every Trick in the Book collects almost all of the group's videos from 1979's Live at Budokan set up until Busted over a decade later, containing many of the band's biggest hits. Highlights include great in-concert readings of "Surrender," "I Want You to Want Me," and "Ain't That a Shame" - the first two of these clips taken from the band's legendary 1978 concerts in Japan, while the third is a fiery performance from the 1980 Grammy Awards. Although not a definitive collection of the videos Cheap Trick had issued up until 1990 (longtime fans will notice that videos made for the band's classic 1977 self-titled debut and the humorous "Up the Creek" clip from 1983 are missing), Every Trick in the Book is a highly recommended collection of video snapshots of the band, and will create.
Every Trick in the Book is the fourth studio album by American metalcore band Ice Nine Kills. Released on December 4, 2015, this is the band's first release through Fearless Records, and their fourth overall. Each track on the album is based on a piece of literature. Some examples of the source material are: Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde ("Me, Myself & Hyde"), Dracula ("Bloodbath & Beyond"), The Exorcist ("Communion of the Cursed"), and Romeo & Juliet ("Star-Crossed Enemies").
Cheap Trick "Every Trick In The Book". Howard Stern: Private Parts (The Album) [Music from and Inspired. Авторы текста и музыки.
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This album has an average beat per minute of 134 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 84/174 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Tracklist Every Trick in the Book. 1. The Nature of the Beast. BPM Profile Every Trick in the Book. Album starts at 160BPM, ends at 146BPM (-14), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing).
Cheap Trick's long career has seen them celebrated by everyone from Steve Albini to the entire nation of Japan. After a six year break, the longest gap between albums in the band’s history, Cheap Trick returned with a record that had all the elements of what makes for one of their classic albums. But it all sounded too forced and coerced. There was no richness or dynamism about them, and while there was the occasional hint of something exciting, the overall atmosphere reeked of a band who were struggling to come to terms with what they should be doing in the 21st Century.
|2||Start Of Program|
|3||Can't Stop Fallin' Into Love|
|4||Wherever Would I Be|
|5||Never Had A Lot To Lose|
|7||Don't Be Cruel|
|9||It's Only Love|
|10||Tonight It's You|
|11||I Can't Take It|
|12||If You Want My Love|
|15||I Want You To Want Me (Live)|
|16||Ain't That A Shame (Live)|
|18||Way Of The World|
- Copyright (c) – CBS Records Inc.
- Drums – Bun E. Carlos
- Electric Bass [12-String] – Tom Petersson
- Guitar – Rick Nielsen
- Vocals – Robin Zander
Notesrunning time app. 71 minutes
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- Barcode: 0 4474-49049-3
|PPCR028||Cheap Trick||Every Trick In The Book (DVD-V)||Pearson Productions Limited||PPCR028||UK||2009|
|ID 792 CB||Cheap Trick||Every Trick In The Book (Laserdisc, NTSC)||Image Entertainment||ID 792 CB||US||1990|
|ESLU81||Cheap Trick||Every Trick In The Book (Laserdisc, 12", NTSC)||CMV Enterprises||ESLU81||Japan||1990|
|49049 2||Cheap Trick||Every Trick In The Book (VHS, PAL, Hi-)||CMV Enterprises||49049 2||UK||1990|