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Found All the Parts [Original recording remastered, Import]

Cheap Trick Audio CD
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First time on CD for this EP that was originally released on 10 inch in 1980 through CBS. Features 4 digitally remastered tracks, 'Day Tripper' (Live 1979 USA), 'Can't Hold On' (Live 1978 Tokyo), 'Such A Good Girl' (Studio 1976) & 'Take Me I'm Yours' (Studio 1977). Sony Japan. 2003.

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5.0 out of 5 stars DAY TRIPPER PAYS FOR THIS CD! Jan. 8 2010
Format:Audio CD
Robin Zander and the rest of the "Cheap Trick" crew, do an unbelieveable job on the Beatles "DAY TRIPPER". Although this CD only contains FOUR songs, their rendition of "Day Tripper" is worth the money! You'll love it!
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5.0 out of 5 stars Good choice if you buy it July 6 2004
By wim
Format:Audio CD
The EP starts with "Day tripper" the best Beatles cover ever heard!! It's even better then the original.This song made me a Beatles fan.I thought:" a band who can write this kind off stuff cant be that bad :-))
"Can't hold on" is a very strong ballad.It's a typical Cheap Trick song and when you hear Robin Zander singing you know what I mean.He makes the difference in this song..
"Such a good girl" takes you back to the " In Color.." sound.(their second album) You'll like it.
"Take me I'm yours" is also a typical CT-song.Sounds simple but a good listener finds some nice tricks in the chords and lyrics.
Have fun !
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5.0 out of 5 stars Is this worth it? June 19 2004
Format:Audio CD
Good grief.... YES!!!! Cheap Trick is Cheap Trick! I would pay $25.00 for each of these songs. Who needs to get philosophical about it, we all waste money on something. Don't worry about it, buy it, you will be glad you did.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Good choice if you buy it July 6 2004
By wim - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
The EP starts with "Day tripper" the best Beatles cover ever heard!! It's even better then the original.This song made me a Beatles fan.I thought:" a band who can write this kind off stuff cant be that bad :-))
"Can't hold on" is a very strong ballad.It's a typical Cheap Trick song and when you hear Robin Zander singing you know what I mean.He makes the difference in this song..
"Such a good girl" takes you back to the " In Color.." sound.(their second album) You'll like it.
"Take me I'm yours" is also a typical CT-song.Sounds simple but a good listener finds some nice tricks in the chords and lyrics.
Have fun !
[...]
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars JON BRANDT OVER TOM PETERSSON? Jan. 20 2006
By B. Vending Inc. - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
Dude here who would call Tom Petersson a "mediocre bassist" is not a real Cheap Trick fan. Jon Brandt was a fine fill in, but the real essence of what makes Cheap Trick great was the original four members, including one of the rock solid and most creative bassists of all time, Tom Petersson. Smoke that!
9 of 11 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars How badly do you need this? Oct. 16 2003
By eveoflove - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
Made in JAP in 2003, Serial# MHCP-2015, Playing Time 17:21
Originally released on 10-inch vinyl back in 1980, this EP came as a limited edition with a bonus, single-sided 7-inch disc, which featured an edited version of "Everything Works If You Let It", unfortunately absent for this CD release.
Track 1, a live version of the Beatles' "Day Tripper", has since been released countless times on CD in the same edited version presented here... the full-length version only available, at least to my knowledge, on the "Sex, America, Cheap Trick" box-set.
Track 2, a live version of the Rick Nielsen-penned "Can't Hold On", has since been released on the "Budokan II" and "At Budokan - The Complete Concert".
The last 2 tracks, "Such A Good Girl" (written by Nielsen) and "Take Me I'm Yours" (written by Nielsen and Zander), haven't seen the light of day on an official CD until now...
Both of these leftover tracks, quite different in tempo and style, are easily recognizable as CT songs because they have the trademarks from their late 70s material. They're not gems by any stretch of the imagination, but solid tracks (they're not demos or unfinished songs) with completed production work.
You'll have to decide whether 7-and-a-half minutes of "unreleased" music is worth the price of admission... I didn't hesitate, even though I still have my vinyl pressing!
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars great music but lies in the liner notes May 3 2011
By Joey Jay - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD|Verified Purchase
4 great songs you will love if you like Cheap Trick.

Now some truthiness.

Track 1, "Day Tripper," was not actually recorded live. The band did record a live version of this song but did not like the result. They went back into the studio and re-recorded it and added in the crowd noise from the original version.

Track 2, "Can't Hold On," was recorded live at Nippon Budokan in Tokyo, Japan at their now infamous concert there in 1978.

Tracks 3 and 4, "Such A Good Girl" and "Take Me I'm Yours," were not recorded in 1976 and 1977 as stated in the liner notes, but between December 1979 and January 1980.

If you don't want to shell out the extra cash to buy this Japanese pressing (as it is currently not available elsewhere) then you can get all 4 of these tracks on the 2006 re-release of the "All Shook Up" album in all regions except Japan.
3 of 4 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars All these songs are included on the "All Shook Up" reissue Feb. 21 2008
By Galley - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
All four of these songs are included on the reissue of All Shook Up, which sells for $11.98, so there's no point in picking up this pricey EP.
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