Can't Look Away

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Can't Look Away
Studio album by Trevor Rabin
Released July 10, 1989 (1989-07-10)[1]
Recorded Westlake Recording Studios in West Hollywood, California; Rumbo Recorders in San Fernando Valley; A&M Recording Studios in Hollywood; Shed Recording Studios in Zimbabwe; Audio Lab Studios in Tampa, Florida; Southcombe Studios in Burbank, California
Genre Hard rock, progressive rock, pop rock, arena rock
Length 55:31
Label Elektra
Producer Trevor Rabin, Bob Ezrin
Trevor Rabin chronology
Can't Look Away
Live in LA
Singles from Can't Look Away
  1. "Something to Hold on To / I Miss You Now"
    Released: 1989 (1989)[2]
  2. "Sorrow (Your Heart)"
    Released: 1989 (1989)[3]
  3. "I Can't Look Away"
    Released: 1990 (1990)[4]
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
AllMusic 3/5 stars[5]

Can't Look Away is the fourth studio album by former Yes guitarist Trevor Rabin, released on July 10, 1989 through Elektra Records;[1] a remastered edition was reissued in 2011 through Voiceprint Records.[6] The album reached No. 111 on the U.S. Billboard 200[7] and remained on that chart for ten weeks.[8] "Something to Hold on To" was released as a single and reached No. 3 on Billboard's Mainstream Rock chart.[7]

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Writer(s) Length
1. "I Can't Look Away"   Trevor Rabin, Bob Ezrin, Anthony Moore 7:22
2. "Something to Hold on To"   T. Rabin 5:07
3. "Sorrow (Your Heart)"   T. Rabin 4:29
4. "Cover Up"   T. Rabin, Godfrey Rabin, Moore 5:17
5. "Promises"   T. Rabin 5:57
6. "Etoile Noir "   T. Rabin 1:03
7. "Eyes of Love"   T. Rabin, Ezrin 6:24
8. "I Didn't Think It Would Last"   T. Rabin, Ezrin 4:08
9. "Hold on to Me"   T. Rabin, Patric van Blerk 4:44
10. "Sludge"   T. Rabin 2:26
11. "I Miss You Now"   T. Rabin 5:38
12. "The Cape"   T. Rabin 2:56
Total length:
^† – Some editions of the album combine "Etoile Noir" and "Eyes of Love" into one track.


Chart performance[edit]


Year Chart Position
1989 Billboard 200 111[7]


Year Title Chart Position
1989 "Something to Hold on To" Billboard Mainstream Rock 3[7]