Cheap Trick At Budokan 1978

Cheap Trick At Budokan is a live album recorded in Japan in April 1978.

It was originally released with ten live tracks – Hello There, Come On, Come On, Lookout, Big Eyes, Need Your Love, Ain’t That a Shame, I Want You to Want Me, Surrender, Goodnight Now, Clock Strikes Ten

Since then The Complete Concert version of Cheap Trick At Budokan has been released.

Cheap Trick At Budokan

Cheap Trick At Budokan

Set List

Disc 1:

Hello There – 2:42
Come On, Come On – 2:59
Elo Kiddies – 3:57
Speak Now Or Forever Hold Your Peace – 6:03
Big Eyes – 3:49
Lookout – 3:11
Downed – 4:38
Can’t Hold On – 6:13
Oh Caroline – 2:58
Surrender – 4:39
Auf Wiedersehen – 4:09

Disc 2:

Need Your Love – 8:54
High Roller – 4:27
Southern Girls – 3:53
I Want You To Want Me – 3:36
California Man – 3:54
Goodnight – 3:04
Ain’t That A Shame – 5:02
Clock Strikes Ten – 3:49

What People Say About Cheap Trick At Budokan

This album is a regular in the lists of best live albums:

  • Classic Rock    3
  • IGN    15
  • Planet Rock    15
  • Chordstrike.com    21
  • Rolling Stone    Top 25
  • DigitalDreamDoor.com     44

It’s also very popular at Amazon.

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