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Cheap Trick: All Shook Up [Bonus Tracks]

Track List

>Stop This Game
>Just Got Back
>Baby Loves to Rock
>Can't Stop It But I'm Gonna Try
>World's Greatest Lover
>High Priest of Rhythmic Noise
>Love Comes A-Tumblin' Down
>I Love You Honey But I Hate Your Friends
>Go for the Throat (Use Your Own Imagination)
>Who d' King
>Everything Works If You Let It
>Day Tripper - (previously unreleased)
>Can't Hold On - (previously unreleased)
>Such a Good Girl - (previously unreleased)
>Take Me I'm Yours - (previously unreleased)

Album Reviews:

Uncut (p.102) - 3 stars out of 5 -- "ALL SHOOK UP remains a creditable slice of irony-heavy pomp-pop..."

Album Notes

Cheap Trick: Robin Zander (vocals); Rick Nielsen (guitar, piano); Tom Petersson (bass); Bun E. Carlos (percussion).

Recorded at Air Studios, Montserrat, England.

ALL SHOOK UP was produced by George Martin, the genius behind the boards for the Beatles (and was also recorded by longtime Beatle engineer Geoff Emerick). But ALL SHOOK UP isn't any more Beatle-influenced than any other Trick album; in fact, with the exception of the majestic "World's Greatest Lover," which Martin actually arranged, the band mostly nods to other stylistic influences.

For instance, "Just Got Back" has '70s glam touches as well as a big percussion sound reminiscent of Adam and the Ants or Bow Wow Wow. Then the very funny "Baby Loves to Rock" (one of Robin Zander's best vocals ever) manages to reference the Yardbirds, early Led Zeppelin, and the Move. The splendidly titled "I Love You Honey But I Hate Your Friends" is a cross between EXILE-era Stones and the Faces with Rod Stewart. And "High Priest of Rhythmic Noise," fittingly, is heavy on the sound-effects and actually veers in the direction of techno.



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