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CHEAP TRICK 70s Vintage Band t-shirt iron-on retro rock Zander Hungry Like The Wolf

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CHEAP TRICK 70s Vintage Band t-shirt iron-on retro rock in glitter "A View to a Kill"

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Wiki says:

Cheap Trick is an American rock band from Rockford, Illinois, formed in 1973.

With Robin Zander now on vocals, the band recorded their first official demo in 1975 and played in warehouses, bowling alleys, and various other venues around the midwestern United States. The band was signed to Epic Records in early 1976[8] by A&R man Tom Werman, at the insistence of producer Jack Douglas who had seen the band perform in Wisconsin. The songs they had written and performed would be released later on; such as "I Want You To Want Me" which was first performed on April 17, 1975, in Milwaukee. The later-hit song was played that summer, and frequently throughout the spring and summer of 1976 throughout the aforementioned Midwest locations.

The band released their first album, Cheap Trick, in early 1977, produced by Jack Douglas. While favored by critics, the album was not successful in terms of sales.[4] The album's lone single "Oh Candy" failed to chart. However, the band began to develop a fan base in Japan and "ELO Kiddies" was a hit single in Europe. Their second album In Color was released later that year and was produced by Tom Werman, who brought out their lighter and more pop-oriented side, producing an album much more polished than their first. However, the band bemoaned In Color's production and would re-record it many years later. Moreover the album was largely unsuccessful. The singles "Southern Girls", "I Want You To Want Me", and "So Good To See You", failed to chart. However, "I Want You To Want Me" and "Clock Strikes Ten" were hit singles in Japan, with the latter going to No. 1 on the charts. In Color ultimately was ranked No. 448 on Rolling Stone magazine's list of the 500 greatest albums of all time.

The band's third album, Heaven Tonight, released in May 1978...

Origin Rockford, Illinois, United States
Genres Rock, hard rock, power pop
Years active 1974-present
Labels Epic, Warner Bros., Red Ant, Big3
Associated acts Fuse, Tinted Windows
Website www.cheaptrick.com
Members Rick Nielsen
Tom Petersson
Robin Zander
Daxx Nielsen
Past members
Bun E. Carlos
Randy Hogan
Pete Comita
Jon Brant

Studio albums[edit]
Cheap Trick (1977)
In Color (1977)
Heaven Tonight (1978)
Dream Police (1979)
All Shook Up (1980)
One on One (1982)
Next Position Please (1983)
Standing on the Edge (1985)
The Doctor (1986)
Lap of Luxury (1988)
Busted (1990)
Woke up with a Monster (1994)
Cheap Trick (1997)
Special One (2003)
Rockford (2006)
The Latest (2009)

Reference: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cheap_Trick

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