Houston, TX, November 16, 2008 --(PR.com
)-- In celebration of Cheap Trick’s newest album release, JamsBio and Cheap Trick are inviting fans to share their memories, write reviews, and post top 5 lists related to the band’s melodic pop sound and catchy rock radio hits.
JamsBio.com, a social community dedicated to sharing your life through music, is working with Epic/Legacy to support the release of Cheap Tricks’ “Budokan 30th Anniversary Edition.” Through October 20th, Cheap Trick fans may visit Jamsbio.com to share memories, reviews, or create lists about the most covered band of all time. With a career spanning 3 decades, Cheap Trick has inspired fans and other bands with songs such as “I Want You To Want Me” and “Surrender.” Jamsbio offers fans a place to share their memories of these songs and to connect with other fans of Cheap Trick.
Cheap Trick’s 1978 concert footage is released for the first time in “Budokan 30th Anniversary Edition,” alongside with a newly mixed and mastered audio of the original concert on 3 cds. The DVD features the original concert that was featured once on Japanese television 3 decades ago and was never aired in the US. The original “Budokan” album was ranked on Rolling Stone’s list of “500 Greatest Albums of All Time”. The new version is fully re-mastered and replicates the audio of the DVD.
JamsBio is a social community to share your life through music. JamsBio offers a rich platform on top of a database of over 5 million songs to share music memories; review albums, songs and concerts; dedicate music to someone special; create and debate Top-5 music lists; play games to test your knowledge of music; and keep a pulse on the world of music through original columns, podcasts, and news articles. JamsBio is wholly owned and operated by Mouth Watering Media LLC, a media company based in Houston, Texas.
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