Cheap Trick At Budokan on 180g LP from Friday Music
Mastered by Joe Reagoso with Kevin Gray at AcousTech & Pressed at RTI
One of the Most Formative Live Albums in History!
In 1979, Cheap Trick bolted to rock superstardom with its mega-platinum release Cheap Trick At Budokan. The legendary concert album instantly became one of the finest live recordings of all time. Featuring smashes like "I Want You To Want Me," "Surrender," and a cover of Fats Dominoʼs "Ainʼt That A Shame," the LP is a fixture of the lives of everyone who came of age in the 1970s and made live albums a must for any aspiring artist.
Featuring the peerless line-up of guitarist Rick Nielsen, vocalist Robin Zander, drummer Bun E. Carlos, and bassist Tom Petersson, the personality-rich At Budokan will forever be a milestone of the classic rock era and sounds as fresh today as it did upon initial release. Friday Music appropriately ushers in the Cheap Trick 180g Vinyl Series with their live masterwork At Budokan, mastered by Joe Reagoso and Kevin Gray at AcousTech and pressed at RTI.