Cheap Trick’s ‘We’re All Alright’ Album Due Friday

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Continuing their victory lap resulting from their 2016 induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, Cheap Trick announced today (April 28) the release of a new studio album, We’re All Alright, via Big Machine Records on June 16.

The album follows last year’s Bang Zoom Crazy… Hello and is available for pre-order via Cheap Trick’s PledgeMusic campaign. Exclusive bundles include signed guitars, signed set lists, memorabilia from the band and more.

A deluxe edition (with three bonus tracks including a “kaleidoscopic” cover of The Move’s “Blackberry Way”) is available for pre-order here; the standard edition is available here.

Listen to the hard rocking first single, “Long Time Coming”…

We’re All Alright is Cheap Trick’s 18th studio album and was co-produced by the band and their longtime collaborator, Grammy® Award winner Julian Raymond (Glen Campbell, Fastball).

The band are celebrating the new album with a worldwide tour. After a handful of remaining dates this spring, they play a few European festivals and U.K. dates. They start a U.S. tour on July 7, most of which is with Foreigner (celebrating their 40th anniversary) and Jason Bonham’s Led Zeppelin Experience. The dates continue into September. Additional dates and support will be announced soon. For tickets, click here or here.

We’re All Alright Track Listing
1. You Got It Going On
2. Long Time Coming
3. Nowhere
4. Radio Lover
5. Lolita
6. Brand New Name On An Old Tattoo
7. Floating Down
8. She’s Alright
9. Listen To Me
10. The Rest Of My Life

Deluxe Edition Tracks
11. Blackberry Way
12. Like A Fly
13. If You Still Want My Love

Cheap Trick have been performing around the globe since 1974 and are known for their instantly identifiable brand of pop rock ‘n’ roll. The band’s Robin Zander (vocals, rhythm guitar), Rick Nielsen (lead guitar) and Tom Petersson (bass guitar) are joined by Daxx Nielsen (drums).

Only two of their albums ever reached the Top 10. (Their most successful release is a live recording, 1979’s Cheap Trick at Budokan. But the durability of the band’s tunes like “Surrender,” “I Want You To Want Me,” “Dream Police” and the #1 hit, “The Flame,” continue to receive regular play on classic rock radio.

Mommy’s alright, daddy’s alright, we’re all alright…


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  1. BeachGirl
    #1 BeachGirl 30 April, 2017, 10:40

    They need Bun back.

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