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Cheap Trick: Silver
     

Cheap Trick: Silver

Cast: Cheap Trick, Billy Corgan, Art Alexakis, Harlem High School Choir

 
Silver documents the triumphant 25th anniversary homecoming show of Cheap Trick. The disc contains a standard full-frame transfer. English soundtracks are rendered in both Dolby Digital 5.1 and Dolby Digital Stereo. There are neither closed captions nor subtitles on this release. In addition to the almost 30 songs performed by the band, the disc contains

Overview

Silver documents the triumphant 25th anniversary homecoming show of Cheap Trick. The disc contains a standard full-frame transfer. English soundtracks are rendered in both Dolby Digital 5.1 and Dolby Digital Stereo. There are neither closed captions nor subtitles on this release. In addition to the almost 30 songs performed by the band, the disc contains classic footage of the band's early days with commentary by the members of Cheap Trick. Behind-the-scenes footage and a photo gallery round out this package that will surely be savored by every Cheap Trick fan.

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Barnes & Noble - Chas Turner
Until they were cast as the benevolent theme song gods for That 70s Show, Cheap Trick were probably best known for their live shows. Crowning the first three studio albums -- Cheap Trick, In Color, and Heaven Tonight -- their legendary concert album At Budokan album remains a jewel of wise power pop, a hit that plainly cemented their credentials as American inheritors of the Beatles brand of songcraft. Despite the occasionally uneven studio release, they remain an unquestionably astonishing live unit, and one need look no further than Silver for evidence that Trick's pop chops haven't ossified in the slightest. Commemorating their 25th year anniversary in their hometown of Rockford, IL, Rick Nielsen, Robin Zander, Tom Petersson and Bun E. Carlos kick off with their definitive Fats Domino cover "Ain't That a Shame" and move onto the irresistible, finger-popping plea "I Want You to Want Me." Smartly they've chosen to divide the 70s Show theme into its original elements -- meaning they play Big Star's "In the Street" and their own twisted anthem "Surrender" separately, bracketing their show with at the beginning and end. The guests are a hoot, too, with Everclear's Art Alexakis ripping it up on "Day Tripper," to Slash folding his licks furiously in the happy metallic boogie of "You're All Talk." Silver shows a monstrously good band with an undiminished passion still ready to rock.

Product Details

Release Date:
10/09/2001
UPC:
0014381126525
Original Release:
2001
Rating:
NR
Source:
Image Entertainment
Region Code:
1
Sound:
[Dolby Digital, stereo]
Time:
2:15:00

Special Features

Audio commentary with vintage footage; "Behind the Scenes"; Photo gallery

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Cast & Crew

Scene Index

Side #1 --
0. Songs
1. Intro [1:22]
2. Ain't That a Shame [4:47]
3. I Want You to Want Me [3:37]
4. Oh, Candy [2:57]
5. In the Street (That 70's Song) [2:57]
6. Voices [5:04]
7. If You Want My Love [3:35]
8. She's Tight [3:51]
9. Can't Stop Fallin' Into Love [4:07]
10. Gonna Raise Hell [8:46]
11. I Can't Take It [4:10]
12. Take Me to the Top [4:22]
13. It All Comes Back to You [3:40]
14. Tonight It's You [5:26]
15. Time Will Let You Know [6:16]
16. World's Greatest Lover [5:02]
17. The Flame [6:33]
18. Stop This Game [4:37]
19. Dream Police [:01]
20. I Know What I Want [4:30]
21. Woke Up With a Monster [4:46]
22. Never Had a Lot to Lose [4:59]
23. You're All Talk [3:50]
24. I'm Losin' You [5:17]
25. Hard to Tell [5:16]
26. Oh Claire [3:41]
27. Surrender [1:08]
28. Just Got Back [5:05]
29. Day Tripper [3:41]
30. Who D' King [4:28]
31. Credits [3:53]

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