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
Wolf
(1981)
Can't Look Away
(1989)
Live in LA
(2003)
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:
55:31
^† – Some editions of the album combine "Etoile Noir" and "Eyes of Love" into one track.

Personnel[edit]

Chart performance[edit]

Album[edit]

Year Chart Position
1989 Billboard 200 111[7]

Singles[edit]

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

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