Chicago - Chicago 16 FLAC album
Chicago 16. Release Date 1982.
Chicago (sometimes referred to as Chicago II) is the second studio album by Chicago-based American rock band Chicago. Like their debut album, Chicago Transit Authority, this was a double album. It was their first album under the name Chicago (the band's prior name, Chicago Transit Authority, was changed due to a threatened lawsuit from the Chicago Transit Authority) and the first to use the now ubiquitous cursive Chicago logo on the cover
Chicago 16 is the thirteenth studio album by the American band Chicago, released on June 7, 1982. It is the first album in a decade-long association with new label Warner Bros. Records, the band's first project to be produced by David Foster, and their first hit album since 1978's Hot Streets. It is also the first album since Chicago V (1972) not to feature Laudir de Oliveira on percussion. It is also the first studio album to be released two years after the previous, as every other studio album was released once per year.
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Chicago 16 represents their problems' solutions and their first album in which they step out of the mud and into a more commercial style and a new audience approach, but it isn't until their following breakthrough, Chicago 17, where they sure their real duties and an outrageous, well stablished talent.
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Chicago 16 is where the band finally righted itself, in no small part due to the addition of t Bill Champlin, the namesake of the '60s San Franciscan psychedelic outfit the Sons of Champlin, who in addition to joining the band brought into the circle the producer who would change Chicago's commercial fortunes: David Foster. Again, it's not necessarily an album for fans of Chicago the musicians, but those who love Foster the producer and the two singles on 16, this record is an entertaining period piece. Stephen Thomas Erlewine.