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The Greatest Hits

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Download links and information about The Greatest Hits by Cheap Trick. This album was released in 2002 and it belongs to Rock, Hard Rock, New Wave, Metal, Heavy Metal, Pop, Alternative genres. It contains 28 tracks with total duration of 01:51:48 minutes.

Artist: Cheap Trick
Release date: 2002
Genre: Rock, Hard Rock, New Wave, Metal, Heavy Metal, Pop, Alternative
Tracks: 28
Duration: 01:51:48
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Tracks

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No. Title Length
1. Clock Strikes Ten (Live) 3:19
2. Dream Police (Album Version) 3:50
3. Don't Be Cruel (Album Version) 3:07
4. Tonight It's You (Album Version) 4:45
5. She's Tight (Album Version) 2:58
6. I Want You To Want Me (Live (Edit)) 3:38
7. If You Want My Love (Album Version) 3:35
8. Ain't That A Shame (Live) 5:10
9. Surrender (Album Version) 4:13
10. The Flame (Album Version) 5:36
11. I Can't Take It (Album Version) 3:26
12. Can't Stop Fallin' Into Love (Album Version) 3:46
13. Voices (Album Version) 4:21
14. Magical Mystery Tour (Album Version) 4:10
15. Clock Strikes Ten (Live) 3:19
16. Dream Police (Album Version) 3:50
17. Don't Be Cruel (Album Version) 3:07
18. Tonight It's You (Album Version) 4:45
19. She's Tight (Album Version) 2:58
20. I Want You To Want Me (Live (Edit)) 3:38
21. If You Want My Love (Album Version) 3:35
22. Ain't That A Shame (Live) 5:10
23. Surrender (Album Version) 4:13
24. The Flame (Album Version) 5:36
25. I Can't Take It (Album Version) 3:26
26. Can't Stop Fallin' Into Love (Album Version) 3:46
27. Voices (Album Version) 4:21
28. Magical Mystery Tour (Album Version) 4:10

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Before you skip straight to the power pop anthems “Surrender,” “Dream Police,” or “I Want You To Want Me,” try less obvious Cheap Trick hits like the stadium serenade “If You Want My Love” or the Devo-esque “She’s Tight.” The soaring chorus on “Tonight It’s You” has one of those infectious melodies that can lay eggs in your brain, and its pre-chorus harks back to the late ‘60s when guitar enigma Rick Nielson and bassist Tom Peterson played in the hard rock band Fuse. Aside from their own tunes, Cheap Trick confidently stamp their trademark sound on any cover — dig their sultry take on Antoine Domino and Dave Bartholomew’s “Ain’t That A Shame.” They try to keep Otis Blackwell and Elvis Presley’s “Don’t Be Cruel” true to form with vintage guitars, vocal “slap-back” reverb and flawless doo-wop harmonies, but it ends up playing like the cream of the short-lived crop of new wave acts that flirted with rockabilly. The previously unreleased version of The Beatles’ “Magical Mystery Tour” was an outtake from 1988’s Lap Of Luxury and “Clock Strikes Ten” is a standout bonus cut for this 2003 re-release.