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Live: You Get What You Play For
     

Live: You Get What You Play For

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by REO Speedwagon
 

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REO Speedwagon built their audience through constant touring. Often, their live shows were more exciting than their records, which is what makes You Get What You Play For, a live run-through of their greatest hits, one of their better records of the era.

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REO Speedwagon built their audience through constant touring. Often, their live shows were more exciting than their records, which is what makes You Get What You Play For, a live run-through of their greatest hits, one of their better records of the era.

Product Details

Release Date:
02/01/2008
Label:
Sbme Special Mkts.
UPC:
0886972298023
catalogNumber:
722980
Rank:
22241

Tracks

Album Credits

Performance Credits

REO Speedwagon   Primary Artist
Kevin Cronin   Guitar,Rhythm Guitar,Vocals
Neal Doughty   Keyboards
Alan Gratzer   Drums,Background Vocals
Gregg Philbin   Bass Guitar,Background Vocals
Gary Richrath   Guitar,Vocals

Technical Credits

Pete Carlson   Engineer
Jack Crymes   Engineer
John Henning   Producer,Engineer
Bruce Hensal   Engineer
Kelly Kotera   Engineer
REO Speedwagon   Contributor
Gary Richrath   Producer
John Stronach   Producer,Engineer
Vartan Kurjian   Illustrations
Justin Carroll   Illustrations
Rick Sanchez   Engineer

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Live: You Get What You Play For 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This live-album should be remembered as a really strong one. During the ´70s, almost every band released a live-recorded double LP. This album is not far behind classics like KISS "Alive" or Zeppelin´s underrated "The songs remain the same". Two tracks have been omitted from the LP-edition, Berry´s "Little Queenie" and Richrath´s guitar solo. I don´t know the reason to this but I think they should have been included on the CD, as the playing time allows it. Anyway, this is REO Speedwagon at their best.