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Cheap Trick - Next Position Please


1I Don't Love Here Anymore
2Won't Take No For An Answer
4Heaven's Falling
6Next Position Please
7You Say Jump
8I Can't Take It
9Dancing The Night Away
10Younger Girls
12Invaders Of The Heart


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
FE 38794Cheap Trick Next Position Please ‎(LP, Album)EpicFE 38794US1983
EPC 32748Cheap Trick Next Position Please ‎(LP, Album, RP)EpicEPC 32748Europe1985
EK 38794Cheap Trick Next Position Please ‎(CD, Album, RE)EpicEK 38794USUnknown
EPC 25490Cheap Trick Next Position Please ‎(LP)EpicEPC 25490Portugal1983
25.8P-5187Cheap Trick Next Position Please ‎(CD, Album, RE)Epic25.8P-5187Japan1989


  • BassJon Brant
  • Drums, CymbalBun E. Carlos
  • EngineerPaul Klingberg (tracks: A6), Todd Rundgren (tracks: A1 to A5, B1 to B6)
  • Engineer [Additional]Chris Andersen
  • Guitar, Keyboards [Left-handed]Rick Nielsen
  • Mastered ByGreg Calbi
  • Mixed ByIan Taylor (tracks: A6), Todd Rundgren (tracks: A1 to A5, B1 to B6)
  • ProducerCheap Trick (tracks: A6), Ian Taylor (tracks: A6), Todd Rundgren (tracks: A1 to A5, B1 to B6)
  • VocalsRobin Zander
  • Written-ByAndy McMaster (tracks: A6), Nick Garvey (tracks: A6), Rick Nielsen (tracks: A2 to A5, B1 to B4, B6), Robin Zander (tracks: A1, A5), Todd Rundgren (tracks: B5)



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. 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. Me doing a review on Cheap Trick's album Next Position Please, I got it for a so watch to see if you'll wanna buy it. 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. Cheap Trick : Next Position Please,альбом, рецезия, трек-лист, mp3, тексты песен. 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. Hello We have detected Русский as your language preference. To change your preferred language, please choose a language using the dropdown. English Deutsch Español Français Italiano 日本語 한국어 Português Brasil Русский. Mehr Bilder. 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. Cheap Trick Format: Audio CD. Next Position Please is an interesting album. As far as songs go there are some great ones on here. However, as far as production goes, it is not so good. Todd Rundgren, who produced the album wanted to get Cheap Trick away from Whoish-bomb-bast, and strip them down to barebones. There are some moments where this works, like on, Won't Take No For an Answer, Invaders of the Heart, and the title track but most of the time it just falls flat on it's face. This song is by Cheap Trick and appears on the album Next Position Please 1983. People all over the worldThey get up they get downThey get in they get outThey get pushed, they go backStart all over againTill they get to the end. I'm from a small townHad a poor familyMama was sick, Papa worked the factoryI led a rich lifeNever had to work hardHouse in the countryHorses in my backyard

Cheap Trick - Next Position Please
Performer: Cheap Trick
Genre: Rock / Pop
Title: Next Position Please
Country: UK
Released: 1983
Style: Power Pop, Classic Rock
MP3 album: 1043 mb
FLAC album: 1042 mb
Source: Vinyl, LP, Album
№ Cat: EPC 25490
Label: Epic