Can't Get There from Here

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This article is about the Great White album. For the R.E.M. single of the same name, see Cant Get There from Here.
Can't Get There from Here
Studio album by Great White
Released 6 July 1999
Recorded 710 Studios, Redondo Beach and The Barn Studio, Santa Rosa, California
22 May 1998 – 14 Jun 1998
Genre Hard rock
Length 51:45
Label Portrait
Producer Jack Blades
Great White chronology
Gallery
(1999)
Can't Get There from Here
(1999)
The Best of Great White
(2000)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 3/5 stars[1]

Can't Get There from Here is the ninth studio album by the American hard rock band Great White, released in 1999. At one time it was considered to be the final release from the band. However, the band has since released three other albums to date, Back to the Rhythm in 2007, Rising in 2009 and Elation in 2012. The track "Rollin' Stoned" was released as a single and received airplay on mainstream rock radio.[2]

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Rollin' Stoned" - 4:08
  2. "Ain't No Shame" - 4:19
  3. "Silent Night" - 4:49
  4. "Saint Lorraine" - 4:04
  5. "In the Tradition" - 2:59
  6. "Freedom Song" - 4:36
  7. "Gone to the Dogs" - 2:42
  8. "Wooden Jesus" - 4:23
  9. "Sister Mary" - 4:54
  10. "Loveless Age" - 5:22
  11. "Psychedelic Hurricane" - 4:15
  12. "Hey Mister" - 5:07
  13. "The Good Die Young" (bonus track on Japanese version) - 5:12

Personnel[edit]

Band members[edit]

Production[edit]

  • Jack Blades – producer, backing vocals
  • Don Dokken – producer on "Psychedelic Hurricane"
  • Rob Easterday, Ken Koroshetz – assistant engineers
  • Noel Golden – mixing
  • David Donnelly – mastering
  • Hooshik – art direction
  • Paul McPhee – cover art concept, cover art
  • Stephen Stickler – photography
  • Jim Warren – cover art

Charts[edit]

Album - Billboard (North America)[3]

Year Chart Position
24 July 1999 The Billboard 200 192

Singles - Billboard (North America)[4]

Year Single Chart Position
1999 "Rollin' Stoned" Mainstream Rock Tracks 8

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