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1978 Live At Budokan [Original recording remastered, Live]

Cheap Trick Audio CD
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5.0 out of 5 stars A piece of history Jan. 25 2004
Format:Audio CD
Yeah, it is not sound recording excellence, nor the greatest sounding performance. It grows on you, and you keep comming back to it. You will probably never admit you like it around your friends. I can imagine life without Surrender. One of the greatest rock and roll albums of all time.
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5.0 out of 5 stars One Of The Greats July 30 2003
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Truly one of the great live albums of all time. The advice of the other reviewers is dead on: Buy either the two CD Complete Budokan or this along with Budokan II (if you can find it) You will not be sorry.
This masterpiece belongs right up there with The Who's Live At Leeds and The Rolling Stones' Get Yer Ya YA's Out.
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5.0 out of 5 stars A classic, but you can now do better Feb. 2 2003
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I remember when this came out, I'd already had a radio only promo that I'd found in a store that always managed to get records like that. I was blown away by the ferocity of it, with power beyond anything the studio albums had come up with.
"Cheap Trick At Budokan" was rushed into the stores after the radio only versions had become big items not only on the request lines of stations playing them, but on the bootleg market as well. This is a must have document of the late seventies, but if you aren't so nostalgic that you absolutley must own the CD as you originally heard it in 1979, then skip this and get the "Complete Budokan" reissue, which takes these ten tracks, those from the (gratefully) out of print "Budokan II", puts them back into thier original concert playing sequence and boasts remastered sound.
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