One of the great last power pop hits of the 1970s was undoubtedly Cheap Trick's live version of "I Want You to Want Me," from 1979's At Budokan. While the song and accompanying album single-handedly broke the band into the big time, it didn't always resemble an up-tempo singalong anthem. The band had played the song in its At Budokan version for years (stretching back to their "bar days" in Illinois), and even recorded a similar-styled version for their outstanding 1977 self-titled debut. Although it didn't make the original release, it finally saw the light of day on the 1996 box set Sex America Cheap Trick and as a bonus track on a remastered reissue of their debut in 1998. But for unexplainable reasons, when the band re-recorded the song for their sophomore release, In Color, it came off as bland and totally lifeless -- perhaps the label's and producer Tom Werman's insistence that the band write a "hit single" made them try to soften the track up. Thankfully, the song was resuscitated for At Budokan, sounding almost like a completely different song.