Found All the Parts



''Found All the Parts'' is an EP released by
Cheap Trick Cheap Trick is an American rock band from Rockford, Illinois, formed in 1973 by guitarist Rick Nielsen, bassist Tom Petersson, lead vocalist Robin Zander and drummer Bun E. Carlos. The current lineup of the band consists of Zander, Nielsen ...
in 1980. It was released on a 10-inch disc as part of
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' 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 re-issued 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 rerecorded in the studio with the live crowd from the original track added in. "Can't Hold On" was from the
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concert in 1978 and has since been included on the ''Budokan II'' and ''Cheap Trick 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
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re-issue of the '' All Shook Up'' album in every region except
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, where it was re-issued in remastered form on its own in 2003. In 2016, Cheap Trick released the similarly titled four-song ''Found New Parts'' EP on
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as a limited edition vinyl disc in 10", 33⅓ RPM format.''Discogs'', "Cheap Trick – Found New Parts "

Track listing


* "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 ''Next Position Please'' is the seventh studio album by American rock band Cheap Trick, produced by Todd Rundgren and released in 1983. The title track was originally demoed for the band's 1979 album '' Dream Police'', which had lead singer Robin ...
'') * "I Was a Fool" (Unreleased)


* Robin Zander – lead vocals, rhythm guitar * Rick Nielsen – lead guitar, vocals *
Tom Petersson Thomas John Peterson, better known as Tom Petersson, is an American musician who is best known for being the bass guitar player for the rock band Cheap Trick. Career Before joining Cheap Trick, Petersson played in a number of bands, including t ...
– bass guitar, vocals *
Bun E. Carlos Brad M. Carlson, better known by the stage name Bun E. Carlos, is the original drummer for American rock band Cheap Trick. He recorded and performed with the band from 1973 to 2010. Carlos was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2016 ...
– drums

Additional personnel

* Jack Douglas - Executive producer


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