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I Want You To Want Me (Live) - Cheap Trick - The Greatest Hits (CD)

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  1. item 6 The Greatest Hits by Cheap Trick (CD, Epic) - The Greatest Hits by Cheap Trick (CD, Epic) $ Free shipping. item 7 Cheap Trick - The Greatest Hits by Cheap Trick - Cheap Trick - The Greatest Hits by Cheap Trick. $ Free shipping. See all Compare similar products. You .
  2. Compilations. The Greatest Hits (Platinum) (US #) Voices (Int'l Marketing Grp) Star Box (Sony Records Japan) Sex, America, Cheap Trick I Want You to Want Me (IMG Records) Hits of Cheap Trick (import) Don't Be Cruel (Collectables label) Authorized Greatest Hits The Essential Cheap Trick Collection (Cheap Trick/In Color/Heaven .
  3. Authorized Greatest Hits is a compilation album by the American rock band Cheap Trick. The tracks were picked by the band members themselves, in contrast to 's Greatest Hits. It contains several rarities, including one from the EP Found All the Parts.
  4. One of the great last power pop hits of the s was undoubtedly Cheap Trick's live version of "I Want You to Want Me," from 's At Budokan. While the song and accompanying album single-handedly broke the band into the big time, it didn't always resemble an up-tempo singalong anthem.
  5. May 20,  · The Story Behind The Song: I Want You To Want Me by Cheap Trick; The 10 best Cheap Trick songs, according to Biters' Tuk Smith; Queen albums ranked from worst to best; 5. Standing On The Edge (Epic, ) In a decade when Cheap Trick allowed their usually high standards to drop alarmingly, ’s Standing On The Edge was a rare exception.
  6. 2 I Want You to Want Me. This is clearly cheap tricks best song! It is insanely catchy and simple. Most people don't understand that even simple beats are hard to come up with especially ones like I want you to want me.
  7. Aug 29,  · Editors’ Notes A yeasty mix of glam-boys and goofballs, Cheap Trick turned their eccentricities into big success in the late ‘70s. The extremes of the quartet were defined by guitar geek Rick Nielsen and hunky vocalist Robin Zander. Authorized Greatest Hits improves upon earlier best-of packages by combining familiar singles with live cuts and the band’s theme song for That ‘70s Show.
  8. The greatest failing of Greatest Hits is the fact that much of Cheap Trick's best material didn't come near the charts. "I Want You to Want Me," "Surrender," and "Dream Police" either climbed the charts or scraped them, as did the fine singles "Ain't That a Shame," "Voices," "If You Want My Love," and "She's Tight," but many of their stone-cold classics -- including "He's a Whore," "Oh, Candy.
  9. I want you to want me I need you to need me I'd love you to love me I'm begging you to beg me I want you to want me I need you to need me I'd love you to love me I'll shine up the old brown shoes Put on a brand new shirt I'll get home early from work If you say.

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