Chicago – Chicago 16 (VG+/VG+)
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Chicago 16 is an essential album from the iconic group, Chicago. It is the sixteenth studio album released by the group and it was released in 1982.
This album contains some of the most iconic songs from the group, such as the hit single, “Hard to Say I’m Sorry.” The song was a massive hit and was a great way to kick off the album. The song is a classic example of the group’s signature sound, with a catchy chorus and a smooth vocal performance.
The rest of the album follows in the same vein, with a mix of soft rock, jazz, and pop. There are some great ballads such as “Love Me Tomorrow” and “What You’re Missing,” as well as upbeat, more rock-oriented tracks such as “Stay the Night” and “We Can Last Forever.” The album also features some of the group’s more soulful tracks, such as “Bad Advice” and “Chains.”
Chicago 16 is a great example of the group’s versatility and songwriting ability. The album is filled with great melodies, catchy hooks, and emotional lyrics. It is a perfect representation of the group’s sound, and it is one of their most successful albums to date.
For fans of the group, Chicago 16 is an essential listen. It is a great example of the group’s sound and a fantastic collection of songs. The album is filled with classic tracks that are sure to please fans of the group. Chicago 16 is a must-have for any fan of the group, and a great introduction for those who are new to the group.
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