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Joel Whitburn''s "Top Pop Singles 1955-2002" Billboard research book reflects that the "A" side of this recording reached #33 during November 1988. . "A" side writers = R. Nielsen; & D. Warren. . "B" side (i.e. "Wrong Side Of Love") writers = R. Nielsen; & T. Cerney.

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cinephiliagal
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Rawer, darker, early, hard rocking Cheap Trick -- cynical and satirical with a few streaks of romanticism
Reviewed in the United States on January 3, 2016
This debut album is rawer than the studio releases that followed, both musically and lyrically. Although not every song rocks hard, the album overall rocks consistently. It''s more controversial in terms of subject matter and in many ways presents dueling themes... See more
This debut album is rawer than the studio releases that followed, both musically and lyrically. Although not every song rocks hard, the album overall rocks consistently.

It''s more controversial in terms of subject matter and in many ways presents dueling themes that Cheap Trick would return to again and again over the course of their most popular years, between 1979 and the late 80s to early 90s -- a combination of cynicism and lasciviousness on the one hand, and idealistic romanticism on the other*.

Musically, in terms of hard rock with pop and punk sensibilities, you can''t go wrong here. In that respect, Cheap Trick and The Cars sort of straddled the rock/pop/punk switchover in the late 70s/early 80s, with chart topping results (though Robin Zander never lost the long hair, lol).

Cheap Trick sound more garage-band here than they do again until Budokan (and the never released bootlegged Steve Albini re-recording of In Color). But this is a garage band of consummate musicians who play together note-perfectly and whose songs are catchy, hook-loaded, hummable, singable, and get your toes tapping (if not getting you dancing around and secretly air-guitaring when no one can see you).

"More sensitive listeners" probably won''t like the subject matter here. Dark cynicism is apparent in songs like ELO Kiddies, Taxman Mr. Thief; the lasciviousness of He''s A Whore, and The Ballad Of TV Violence, etc. The romanticism is apparent in songs like Oh Candy and Mandocello. The latter is simply beautiful. Even if you don''t like the rest of the album, is a clear standout. (I like the rest of the album, so it''s just one more great song among an entire record of awesome rockers).

Casual fans who don''t own this and haven''t heard it before but prefer albums like In Color, Next Position Please, or Lap of Luxury probably won''t like this very much. Casual fans who prefer At Budokan!, Woke Up With A Monster, the 1997 Cheap Trick, or Rockford will like this album.

The bonus tracks are great as well.

Of course serious Cheap Trick fans will love it.

*For the female listener, this results in an occasionally disconcerting accumulation of songs over the years that swing wildly between putting women and romance on an idealistic pedestal... and lasciviously describing women''s sexual desires and attributes in fairly, well, whorish language. But since Cheap Trick also wrote songs about smarmy, sleazy men, I''ve never considered them misogynistic in the way some of their contemporaries came across -- when they''re cynical and lascivious, they''re cynical and lascivious about *everyone* equally, like it''s just portrayal of the human condition. Plus some of it is clearly satire (for example, I Dig Go-Go Girls).
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Strummer71
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Cheap Trick''s Best Studio Effort
Reviewed in the United States on March 31, 2021
Cheap Trick''s first is their best. Of all of their albums it is the rawest, punkiest, most energetic. For me, their live stuff is my favorite and the first studio album is the one that most captures that live energy. If you prefer the more polished studio sound then you... See more
Cheap Trick''s first is their best. Of all of their albums it is the rawest, punkiest, most energetic. For me, their live stuff is my favorite and the first studio album is the one that most captures that live energy. If you prefer the more polished studio sound then you may not rate this one as highly as I do. All the songs are great but my favorites from this album are Speak Now, He''s A Whore, Oh, Candy, You''re All Talk, Hot Love.
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goozemann
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One of the greats
Reviewed in the United States on July 28, 2021
I mean what can you say? This is one of the great all time debut albums right up there with Van Halen, Montrose, Are You Experienced, Sex Pistols. They got more polished after this....this one is just raw and nasty. So much so that if you like the 80s stuff you might... See more
I mean what can you say? This is one of the great all time debut albums right up there with Van Halen, Montrose, Are You Experienced, Sex Pistols. They got more polished after this....this one is just raw and nasty. So much so that if you like the 80s stuff you might find this too heavy. Just a great rock and roll record and essential....along with everything up to Budokan.
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oddball66
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Cheap Trick''s Debut Album, Their Best
Reviewed in the United States on February 11, 2021
I don''t know why there are reviews for their Red Ant album mixed in this section, which was recorded in 1997. THIS ONE was released 20 years earlier in 1977, same year as the Ramones Rocket To Russia, Elvis Costello''s and The Sex Pistol''s debuts, and Fleetwood Mac''s... See more
I don''t know why there are reviews for their Red Ant album mixed in this section, which was recorded in 1997. THIS ONE was released 20 years earlier in 1977, same year as the Ramones Rocket To Russia, Elvis Costello''s and The Sex Pistol''s debuts, and Fleetwood Mac''s Rumours. And this album is just as good as any I just listed. A raw, almost punk rock sound, these guys were a complete dose of fresh air in ''77. Unlike their other albums, not one single bad song on this one. "Taxman", "He''s A Whore", "ELO Kiddies", raw and rockin''. By far, my favorite CT album. Anecdote- Jack Douglas, who produced this debut, got some of the band to record with John Lennon on his Double Fantasy record; the eventual outtakes remind of this record, too raw for Yoko, but better than any of the final songs.
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Steven Sly
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Cheap Trick - A Fine Return To Form, But Sadly Overlooked Album
Reviewed in the United States on September 15, 2008
By 1997 Cheap Trick had a career that resembled a roller coaster ride. They became huge stars in the late 70''s with their "Live At Budakon" album. Sales slid during the 80''s until another big comeback with the more polished commercial sound of 1988''s "Lap Of Luxury".... See more
By 1997 Cheap Trick had a career that resembled a roller coaster ride. They became huge stars in the late 70''s with their "Live At Budakon" album. Sales slid during the 80''s until another big comeback with the more polished commercial sound of 1988''s "Lap Of Luxury". During the 90''s the band had only put out two albums, "Busted" in 1990 and "Woke Up With A Monster" in 1994. Record sales (and quality) again began to fall. During this time period the band switched record labels and by 1997 they were recording for the independent label Red Ant Records. Although their profile was not as high, recording for Red Ant enabled the band to take back some of the creative control that had been lost with the majors and put out one of their most immediate and best albums in many years with the self titled "Cheap Trick". Unfortunately Red Ant went belly up just a few weeks after this album came out which pretty much stifled any promotional effort to put behind the disc. Too bad as this is probably the best album the band had put out since "Dream Police" in 1979. Gone were the overproduced synthesized laden slop from the band''s 80''s era. In its place was a return to guitar oriented power pop rock which has always been the band''s strong suite. Rick Nielson had not sounded this engaged in years, and the snarl was back in Robin Zander''s voice. I pretty much like every song on this disc. For the single "Say Goodbye" their Beatles influence comes shining through, just like in the old days. "Eight Miles Low" could have been written by The Who with its heavy guitar crunch and biting lyrics. In fact just about every song on this disc finds the band wearing their influences on their sleeves. For some this would be a turn off, but Cheap Trick always manages to make these songs their own and sound like no one else. This is a really strong Cheap Trick album that was sadly overlooked. If you are a fan and don''t have this one you owe it to yourself to pick it up. You can find this album used from Amazon for only 50 cents!
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John Emm
3.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Good, classic, not my favorite, but it might be yours
Reviewed in the United States on July 18, 2016
This one is lots of people''s favorite, or at least in their Top 5 CT albums, but in spite of its classic tunes I do prefer several other CT albums more. I ripped my favorite cuts and passed the CD on to a friend. If you''re new to the band, I''d look into Budokan, Heaven... See more
This one is lots of people''s favorite, or at least in their Top 5 CT albums, but in spite of its classic tunes I do prefer several other CT albums more. I ripped my favorite cuts and passed the CD on to a friend. If you''re new to the band, I''d look into Budokan, Heaven Tonight, Dream Police, the "Red Ant" album, and everything since.
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Gary A. Brigham
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Cheap Trick at their best!
Reviewed in the United States on February 15, 2010
I recently purchased the first 5 re-mastered Cheap Trick cd''s so nows a good time to review them all. My introdution to the band was Dream Police and that was my favorite for many years- but I never even listened to the first one for a long time after its release. Aint that... See more
I recently purchased the first 5 re-mastered Cheap Trick cd''s so nows a good time to review them all. My introdution to the band was Dream Police and that was my favorite for many years- but I never even listened to the first one for a long time after its release. Aint that a shame- ''cuz this one is probably my favorite album by them. It definitly has a different vibe than anything that came after- much more raw and edgier. In fact, it may take a CT fan of thier later stuff a few listens to get into, but once you do you''re in for a treat!

One thing that always annoys me is when people say CT do not write very deep lyrics. Well if you really pay attention, Rick Neilson''s lyrics can be taken any number of ways- though most of the ones on this record are pretty well laid out. Songs about Suicide, pediophiles, drug addictions, serial killers and the like is not what i would consider lite pop rock that many people seem to view them as. Definitly a true classic album- even without a well known song!
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Steven Sly
4.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Cheap Trick - A Strong Debut
Reviewed in the United States on September 11, 2008
Cheap Trick are one of those bands that perform basic rock n roll, but have always done it in a way that sounds like no one else. The band consisted of the two poster boys Robin Zander (vocals, guitar) and Tom Peterson (bass), teamed up with two total geeks in Bun. E.... See more
Cheap Trick are one of those bands that perform basic rock n roll, but have always done it in a way that sounds like no one else. The band consisted of the two poster boys Robin Zander (vocals, guitar) and Tom Peterson (bass), teamed up with two total geeks in Bun. E. Carlos (drums) and the every unique Rick Neilson (guitars). This foursome has been able to carve a nice little niche for themselves in the pop rock world over the years and it all started with this their debut album. This one is far from the band''s best, but broke them out of the box as a band to be reckoned with sporting a totally new take on Beatles influenced rock n roll. The first half of this album is great with quirky songs like "Elo Kiddies", "Daddy Should Have Stayed In High School", "TaxMan, Mr. Thief" with it''s obvious ode to the Beatles, "Cry Cry" and "Oh Candy" all great tunes. The second half of the album is not nearly as strong to my ears and seems to come off as a bit more conventional. Overall this was a decent debut from the band and a preview of what they would do down the line.
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terence pollard
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
The ''Trick'' Do It Again
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on November 3, 2020
Terrific album. Released just as record label went bust, so largely unnoticed, but worth seeking out
Terrific album. Released just as record label went bust, so largely unnoticed, but worth seeking out
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Cheap Trick
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on May 19, 2019
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Reb
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Five Stars
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on December 26, 2017
Brilliant as usual
Brilliant as usual
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Mandocello
Reviewed in Germany on June 14, 2021
Auf dieser CD ist eines meiner Lieblingsbilder von Cheap Trick drauf, Mandocello .Das war für mich ein Grund diese CD zu kaufen. Die restlichen Songs gefallen mir auch.
Auf dieser CD ist eines meiner Lieblingsbilder von Cheap Trick drauf, Mandocello .Das war für mich ein Grund diese CD zu kaufen. Die restlichen Songs gefallen mir auch.
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Alberta Rocker
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Solid, classic Cheaptrick
Reviewed in Canada on August 1, 2019
After a few album missteps, this is a return to the classic Cheaptrick solid rock music fans expect. Worth owning for both casual or fanatic fans of the band.
After a few album missteps, this is a return to the classic Cheaptrick solid rock music fans expect. Worth owning for both casual or fanatic fans of the band.
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