Found All the Parts

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Found All the Parts
EP by Cheap Trick
Released June 2, 1980[1]
Genre Rock
Length 16:44
Label Epic
Producer Cheap Trick
Cheap Trick chronology
Dream Police
(1979)
Found All the Parts
(1980)
All Shook Up
(1980)

Found All the Parts is an EP released by Cheap Trick in 1980. It was released on a 10-inch disc as part of Epic Records' short-lived Nu-Disk series. The EP also contained a bonus promotional 7" single of "Everything Works If You Let It". Found All the Parts was reissued in 12-inch format in 1983.

"Day Tripper" was not actually recorded live. While the band had recorded a live cover of the song, they did not like the way it had turned out. It was re-recorded in the studio with the live crowd from the original track added in. "Can't Hold On" was from the famed At Budokan concert in 1978 and has since been included on the Budokan II and At Budokan: The Complete Concert albums. "Such a Good Girl" and "Take Me I'm Yours" were recorded with producer Jack Douglas between December 1979 and January 1980, not 1976 and 1977 as the album claims. Several other tracks were recorded during the same sessions, most of which are scarce or still remain unreleased (see outtakes below).

This EP is currently available as bonus tracks to the 2006 remastered reissue of the All Shook Up album in every region except Japan, where it was reissued in remastered form (mastered from vinyl)[citation needed] on its own in 2003.

Track listing[edit]

Side 1[edit]

  1. "Day Tripper" (Live) (John Lennon, Paul McCartney) – 3:17
  2. "Can't Hold On" (Live) (Rick Nielsen) – 5:56

Side 2[edit]

  1. "Such a Good Girl" (Nielsen) – 3:00
  2. "Take Me I'm Yours" (Nielsen, Robin Zander) – 4:31

Outtakes[edit]

  • "I Need Love" (Available on the Sex, America, Cheap Trick box set)
  • "Loser" (Available on the Legacy Rock Experience sampler)
  • "Oh Boy (w/Vocals)" (Available on the Oh Boy (Demo)/If You Want My Love (Demo) promotional single)
  • "Fan Club" (Available on a "Trickfest (I)" prize cassette)
  • "Ain't Got You" (Available on the "Trickfest (I)" prize cassette)
  • "You Talk Too Much" (Available on the "Trickfest (I)" prize cassette, later re-recorded for the album Next Position Please)
  • "I Was a Fool" (Unreleased)

Personnel[edit]

  • Robin Zander – lead vocals, rhythm guitar
  • Rick Nielsen – lead guitar, vocals
  • Tom Petersson – bass guitar, vocals
  • Bun E. Carlos – drums

Additional personnel[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Kirkeby, Marc (July 24, 1980). "Epic's Nu-Disks Get Strong Radio Reaction". Rolling Stone (Straight Arrow Publishers, Inc.) (322): 25.