Let It Rock (Great White album)

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Let It Rock
Studio album by Great White
Released 21 May 1996
Genre Hard rock
Length 54:25
Label Imago
Producer Dito Godwin, Michael Lardie, Jack Russell
Great White chronology
Stage
(1995)
Let It Rock
(1996)
Rock Me
(1997)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 2.5/5 stars [1]

Let it Rock is the eighth studio album by the American hard rock band Great White, released in 1996. It was recorded after their split with long-time manager and co-writer Alan Niven. After the acoustic sound of 1994's Sail Away, the band was determined to return to their hard rock roots.[2]

Track listing[edit]

  1. "My World" (Don Dokken, Matthew Johnson, Mark Kendall, Michael Lardie, Jack Russell) - 5:28
  2. "Lil Mama" (Kendall, Lardie, Russell, Dave Spitz) - 4:27
  3. "Where is the Love" (Lardie, Russell) - 4:22
  4. "Hand on the Trigger" (Lardie, Russell) - 5:17
  5. "Easy" (Kendall, Lardie, Russell) - 4:26
  6. "Pain Overload" (Audie Desbrow, Kendall, Lardie, Russell) - 4:41
  7. "Lives in Chains" (Kendall, Lardie, Russell, Spitz) - 6:20
  8. "Anyway I Can" (Teddy Cook, Desbrow, Kendall, Lardie, Russell) - 6:07
  9. "Man in the Sky" (Todd Griffin, Russell) - 4:38
  10. "Ain't No Way to Treat a Lady" (Floyd D. Rose, Jonathan Scott Palmerston) - 2:45
  11. "Miles Away" (Kendall, Lardie, Russell) - 5:32

Japanese edition track listing[edit]

  1. "Lil Mama" - 4:27
  2. "Ain't No Way to Treat a Lady" - 2:45
  3. "My World" - 5:28
  4. "Pain Overload" - 4:41
  5. "Easy" - 4:26
  6. "Lives in Chains" - 6:20
  7. "Man in the Sky" - 4:38
  8. "Hand on the Trigger" - 5:17
  9. "Where Is the Love" - 4:22
  10. "Anyway I Can" - 6:07
  11. "Burnin' House of Love" - 3:52 (bonus track)
  12. "Miles Away" - 5:32

Personnel[edit]

Band members[edit]

Additional musicians[edit]

  • Cody McDonald - harmonica
  • Steffen Pressley - alto Sax
  • Lovely Previn - violin
  • Don Teschner - viola
  • Martin Tillman - cello

Production[edit]

  • Produced by Dito Godwin, Michael Lardie & Jack Russell
  • Engineer: Michael Lardie
  • Assistant Engineers: Ulysses Noriega, Darian Rundall
  • Mastering: Steve Hall

References[edit]

  1. ^ Gomes, Whitney Z. "Great White Let It Rock review". Allmusic. Rovi Corporation. Retrieved 2011-07-17. 
  2. ^ "Great White - Let it Rock". Sleaze Roxx. Retrieved 28 February 2011.