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Limited vinyl LP repressing. Dream Police is the fourth studio album by Cheap Trick. It was released in 1979, and was their third release in a row produced by Tom Werman. It is the band's most commercially successful studio album, going to #6 on the Billboard 200 chart and being certified platinum within a few months of it's release. Dream Police shows the band expanding into longer, more complex songs and incorporating orchestration on several tracks. The album's title track became a Top 30 hit for the band. "Voices" was also a hit, reaching #32 on the Billboard chart. Near the end of "Gonna Raise Hell" the orchestra is citing a snippet from "Heaven Tonight".
Limited vinyl LP repressing. Dream Police is the fourth studio album by Cheap Trick. It was released in 1979, and was their third release in a row produced by Tom Werman. It is the band's most commercially successful studio album, going to #6 on the Billboard 200 chart and being certified platinum within a few months of it's release. Dream Police shows the band expanding into longer, more complex songs and incorporating orchestration on several tracks. The album's title track became a Top 30 hit for the band. "Voices" was also a hit, reaching #32 on the Billboard chart. Near the end of "Gonna Raise Hell" the orchestra is citing a snippet from "Heaven Tonight".
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Cheap Trick - Dream Police [Vinyl]

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Format: Vinyl
Label: EPIC
Rel. Date: 10/02/2015
UPC: 888837777810

Dream Police [Vinyl]
Artist: Cheap Trick
Format: Vinyl
New: Available $21.74
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Limited vinyl LP repressing. Dream Police is the fourth studio album by Cheap Trick. It was released in 1979, and was their third release in a row produced by Tom Werman. It is the band's most commercially successful studio album, going to #6 on the Billboard 200 chart and being certified platinum within a few months of it's release. Dream Police shows the band expanding into longer, more complex songs and incorporating orchestration on several tracks. The album's title track became a Top 30 hit for the band. "Voices" was also a hit, reaching #32 on the Billboard chart. Near the end of "Gonna Raise Hell" the orchestra is citing a snippet from "Heaven Tonight".
        
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