℗ 2004 Rhino Entertainment.
Released June 28, 2011
Duration 1h 04m 44s
Record Label Rhino
Genre Rock
 

Chicago II

Chicago

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1.1
Movin' In
Chicago
4:05
1.2
The Road
Chicago
3:10
1.3
Poem for the People
Chicago
5:30
1.4
In the Country
Chicago
6:33
1.5
Wake up Sunshine
Chicago
2:29
1.6
Make Me Smile
Chicago
3:16
1.7
So Much to Say, so Much to Give
Chicago
1:12
1.8
Anxiety's Moment
Chicago
1:01
1.9
West Virginia Fantasies
Chicago
1:33
1.10
Colour My World
Chicago
2:59
1.11
To Be Free
Chicago
1:15
1.12
Now More Than Ever
Chicago
1:26
1.13
Fancy Colours
Chicago
5:10
1.14
25 or 6 to 4
Chicago
4:50
1.15
Prelude
Chicago
1:10
1.16
A.M. Mourning
Chicago
2:05
1.17
P.M. Mourning
Chicago
1:58
1.18
Memories of Love
Chicago
3:58
1.19
It Better End Soon (1st Movement)
Chicago
2:33
1.20
It Better End Soon (2nd Movement)
Chicago
2:33
1.21
It Better End Soon (3rd Movement)
Chicago
2:33
1.22
It Better End Soon (4th Movement)
Chicago
0:51
1.23
Where Do We Go from Here
Chicago
2:34
- Billboard Pop Albums - #4 (1970) Chicago II is the second studio album by Chicago-based American rock band Chicago. Like their debut album, Chicago Transit Authority, this was a double album. It was their first album under the name Chicago (the band's prior name, Chicago Transit Authority, was changed due to a threatened lawsuit from the Chicago Transit Authority) and the first to use the now ubiquitous cursive Chicago logo on the cover. Released in January 1970 on Columbia Records, Chicago II was commercially successful. The official title of the album is Chicago, although it came to be known as Chicago II, keeping it in line with the succession of Roman numeral-titled albums that officially began with Chicago III in 1971. The Chicago Transit Authority was a success, yet Chicago is considered by many to be the group's breakthrough album, yielding three singles that made it into the top ten of the Billboard Hot 100, including "Make Me Smile" (#9), "Colour My World" (#7), and "25 or 6 to 4" (#4). The album was produced by James William Guercio, who was Chicago's producer for its first eleven albums, and was recorded in less than a month, during August 1969.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Rhino Studio Masters

Tracks 1-23 – 48 kHz / 24-bit PCM, mastered in 96 kHz / 24-bit
Track titlePeak (dB FS)RMS (dB FS)DR
Album average
Range of values
-1.61
-7.75 to 0.00
-18.09
-24.83 to -14.82
11
9 to 12
1
Movin' In
-0.41-16.0311
2
The Road
-0.97-15.369
3
Poem for the People
-1.50-17.3910
4
In the Country
-0.62-15.8710
5
Wake up Sunshine
-0.34-17.2311
6
Make Me Smile
0.00-15.5811
7
So Much to Say, so Much to Give
-0.76-16.7711
8
Anxiety's Moment
-0.81-19.2012
9
West Virginia Fantasies
-0.52-16.8712
10
Colour My World
-1.57-17.9811
11
To Be Free
-0.01-15.5311
12
Now More Than Ever
0.00-14.8210
13
Fancy Colours
-0.67-18.0212
14
25 or 6 to 4
-0.33-15.7611
15
Prelude
-7.75-23.409
16
A.M. Mourning
-2.37-21.8111
17
P.M. Mourning
-3.15-21.0912
18
Memories of Love
-3.73-24.8312
19
It Better End Soon (1st Movement)
-2.28-19.3612
20
It Better End Soon (2nd Movement)
-1.58-19.8012
21
It Better End Soon (3rd Movement)
-2.08-19.0811
22
It Better End Soon (4th Movement)
-2.34-17.5710
23
Where Do We Go from Here
-1.57-16.6510

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