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Budokan 2


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  • Audio CD
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • ASIN: B0000028Y0
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Audio Cassette
  • Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #99,268 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Matthew H. Stevenson on Dec 16 2004
Format: Audio CD
.....but you should just get the entire Budokan double-disc. If you are reading this you are already interested enough in the whole concert. Even if you already have the single-disc version, buy the double and give the single disc to a good friend who will appreciate it.
If you have the single-disc version and think this is the way to save a few bucks over the double disc, because it contains the 'rest' of the same concert, you'd be somewhat correct in a narrow sense. The double-disc puts the whole show in order and also contains other video footage on both discs. This contains other songs from the same Budokan show as the original release and also has some songs from a separate show there like a year later. And the band do not endorse this release.
Buy the double-disc and crank it.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
Cheap Trick - Live! March 18 2003
By A Customer - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Let me tell you, Cheap Trick is at their absolute best in the live setting. This CD represents the raunchier songs from the first three albums vs. the more commercial "At Budokan". Since the release of the Complete Budokan 2CD set this has become obsolete. However, it contains live versions of tracks not available on "Complete". These songs may actually not have been part of the Budokan concert but stand out in their own right. Classic Cheap Trick. Get it while you can.
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
Budokan II: Intense, raw live record * July 8 2009
By Hoagie Mike - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Originally released in Japan in 1993, then in the U.S. after the band's "Woke Up With A Monster" cd, with little fanfare (although Spin magazine gave it a good review) in '94, Sony's "Budokan II" is comprised of outtakes from the original, legendary "At Budokan" album, and also contains three tracks taken from the following year- '79 Japan tour, as well. Production wise, the bass and bottom end is way up in the mix here, and this album is much louder than any other "Budokan" Cheap Trick album, then and now. Yes, the audience noise and screams are a tad loud, but that adds to the wild and crazy vibe of it all.
This is Cheap Trick at their best. Every song rocks up a storm, and the song list includes some of the band's heaviest, classic material from the first 3 albums. The only slow tempo number is the bluesy, and effective "Can't Hold On", which was originally on the "Found All The Parts" EP. Scorchin' hot versions of "Elo Kiddies", "Southern Girls", "Downed", "Oh Caroline", "California Man", and the ultimate pop-punk rock explosion - "Auf Wiedersehen", are the instant highlights, but really everything here flows perfectly, and this overlooked, now out of print, live cd is a hidden gem in Cheap Trick's awesome catalog. Live rarities like "Stiff Competition" and "How Are You" (from the '79 tapes) are a real treat as well. If you've never heard this-pick it up if you can find it. You will thank me. Even if you have "At Budokan-The Complete Concert" get this, it's a 5 star monster classic live album, from one of the greatest ROCK bands of all-time.
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
I bought it and it's not bad *BUT*.... Dec 16 2004
By Matthew H. Stevenson - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
.....but you should just get the entire Budokan double-disc. If you are reading this you are already interested enough in the whole concert. Even if you already have the single-disc version, buy the double and give the single disc to a good friend who will appreciate it.
If you have the single-disc version and think this is the way to save a few bucks over the double disc, because it contains the 'rest' of the same concert, you'd be somewhat correct in a narrow sense. The double-disc puts the whole show in order and also contains other video footage on both discs. This contains other songs from the same Budokan show as the original release and also has some songs from a separate show there like a year later. And the band do not endorse this release.
Buy the double-disc and crank it.
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
Shshhh! Don't Tell anyone, but Budokan II is better than the first LIVE disc! Jan. 6 2006
By Rich The Reviewer - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
...Two reasons. Number One: It sounds better

than the original mastered copy of the LIVE

@ Budokan, which was copied from the original

tape. And (B): The song selection isn't the

same old Ain't That A Shame, I Want You To Want

Me and Surrender that us Cheap Trick fans have

heard for decades now. This LP is also w/ cuts

from the Dream Police Tour of 1979 (well, three

cuts anyway), and you can tell by the dress code

these guys have on the cover and inside of sleeve.

Also: Don't miss Budokan: The Complete comcert to

hear what we've been missing all these years. Tom

Petersson's best work with Cheap Trick yet, is here!


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