|3||The Ballad Of Jean & Me|
|4||Heart Of Glass|
|5||What's Her Name|
|6||I Wonder What You're Doing Tonight|
|8||Say You Will|
|11||In This Country (From "Over the Top")|
|12||Was I Wrong|
|14||Save The Last Dance For Me|
Robin Zander (born January 23, 1953) is the lead singer and rhythm guitarist for the rock band Cheap Trick.
Zander was born in Beloit, Wisconsin, and grew up in nearby Loves Park, Illinois. He learned to play guitar by the age of 12, and appearing in high school productions like “Annie Get Your Gun” helped him to develop his stage presence. His early bands included The Destinations, Butterscotch Sundae and The Hoods, covering songs by bands such as The Animals, The Beatles and The Rolling Stones. In high school, Zander sang for three years in the Madrigals, the most demanding of the three choral groups at his school, played basketball and football, and had a part-time job at a sandwich shop.