Cheap Trick – Cheap Trick – 1977

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Album Cheap Trick by Cheap Trick
Album Cheap Trick by Cheap Trick

Cheap Trick was an American rock band that debuted in 1977 with their self-titled album. The album was produced by Jack Douglas, who had worked with artists like John Lennon, Aerosmith and Alice Cooper. The album did not chart well in the US, but it received positive reviews from critics who praised the band’s raw and energetic sound, influenced by hard rock and power pop. The album also featured some controversial lyrics about topics such as serial killers, pedophilia and suicide. The band would later adopt a more polished and mainstream style, but this album remains a cult classic among fans of Cheap Trick.

Cheap Trick is considered to be a classic album in the proto-punk genre. It is a high-energy rock album with some catchy hooks and it helped to establish Cheap Trick as one of the leading bands of the genre. The album is worth checking out for fans of proto-punk and hard rock.

Credits:

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

Source: Wikipedia

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