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Phonographic Copyright (p) – CBS Records Inc.
Copyright (c) – CBS Records Inc.
Produced For – Alchemedia Productions Inc.
Recorded At – Utopia Sound
Mastered At – Sterling Sound
Manufactured By – Epic Records
Manufactured By – CBS Records Inc.
Glass Mastered At – DADC – DIDP-070938
Next Position Please is the seventh studio album by American rock band Cheap Trick, produced by Todd Rundgren and released in 1983. The title track was originally demoed for the band's 1979 album Dream Police, which had lead singer Robin Zander, lead guitarist Rick Nielsen, and bassist Tom Petersson each singing a verse. The song did not go beyond a demo, but it was referenced in High Priest of Rhythmic Noise, a track from 1980's All Shook Up. Position was eventually re-recorded for this album. Cheap Trick - Next Position Please 1983. To favorites 2 Download album. Listen album. Cheap Trick. Songs in album Cheap Trick - Next Position Please 1983. Cheap Trick - I Can't Take It. Cheap Trick - Borderline. Cheap Trick - I Don't Love Here Anymore. Cheap Trick - Next Position Please. Cheap Trick - Younger Girls. Cheap Trick - Dancing The Night Away. Cheap Trick - You Talk Too Much. More by Cheap Trick. Are You Ready Live at the Forum, Los Angeles, CA, December 1979. Featured On. Cheap Trick: в деталях. Продюсеры: Тодд Рандгрен. Cheap Trick: Deep Cuts. Albums You May Also Like. max volume. Update Required To play the media you will need to either update your browser to a recent version or update your Flash plugin. Next Position Please. Cheap Trick attempted to ride the new wave on 1982s One on One, but wound up with a wipe-out, so they recovered by hiring Todd Rundgren, one of the few 70s album-rockers who proved that he knew how to negotiate the treacherous waters of the early 80s, for 1983s Next Position Please. Rundgren wielded a heavy hand during his production, pushing Cheap Trick toward making a record that could easily be mistaken for a Utopia record - so much so, the Todd composition, Heavens Falling, slips onto the second side without calling attention to itself. Cheap Trick perform Next Position Please and Ain't That A Shame live on Germany's Rockpalast, free to Cheap Trick Next Position Please I Can't Take It, Borderline and more. 12 tracks 44:38. A new version of is available, to keep everything running smoothly, please reload the site. Play album. Get album. Cheap Trick's 'Next Position Please' came out on Aug. A little over a year after scoring a Top 40 hit with their sixth studio album, 1982's One on One , Cheap Trick returned on Aug. 15, 1983 with the follow-up, Next Position Please. After enjoying multiplatinum success during the '70s with a series of records produced by Tom Werman, the band entered a period of creative flux in the '80s, both in terms of personnel - original bassist Tom Petersson departed in 1980 - and in terms of production. Band Name Cheap Trick. Album Name Next Position Please. Type Album. Released date 1983. Labels Epic Records. I Don't Love Here Anymore. Younger Girls. Released August 15, 1983. Next Position Please Tracklist. I Can't Take It Lyrics. Borderline Lyrics. I Don't Love Here Anymore Lyrics. Next Position Please Lyrics
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