Cheap Trick has 13 full length studio cds on the market and most people under 20 have never heard this band. I select Heaven Tonight as the cd to start with. Sure, the debut Cheap Trick and the follow up, In Color, are great cds, but you can get those after Heaven Tonight. Sure, Live at Budokan was what sent Cheap Trick up the charts, but Heaven Tonight came before that. Then there are the mediocre Cheap Trick cds like All Shook Up, Standing on the Edge, The Doctor and Busted. I happened to like One On One, Next Position Please, Lap of Luxury, Woke Up With A Monster and 1997's self titled Cheap Trick. Yet most Cheap Trick fans would agree that their first four albums are their best. I have to agree to an extent. Heaven Tonight achieved the cohesiveness and consistency that their first two albums missed. Heaven Tonight is stronger than Dream Police is. With Heaven Tonight, Cheap Trick displays exactly what they do best--rock and roll with a pop flare. This cd sounds even better now that it's been digitally remastered. This cd is worth having if you are a serious music fan. Also, if you are a die-hard Cheap Trick fan that is open minded about their entire catalogue, you might check out the now hard-to-find solo cd from Robin Zander (1993). I thought it was different but yet just as good as Cheap Trick's material.