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Music for Hangovers
is a live album and DVD
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by the rock band Cheap Trick
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. The album is a compilation from the band's four nights at The Metro in Chicago, Illinois
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in 1998. On each of the four nights, Cheap Trick played one of their first four albums in their entirety to open the show, coinciding with the reissues of the albums.
- "Oh Claire"
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- "Hot Love"
- "I Can't Take It"
- "I Want You To Want Me
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- "Taxman, Mr. Thief"
- "Oh Caroline"
- "How Are You?"
- "If You Want My Love
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- "Dream Police
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- "So Good To See You"
- "The Ballad of T.V. Violence"
- "Gonna Raise Hell"