Psycho City

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For the song of the same name by Quiet Riot, see Terrified.
Psycho City
Studio album by Great White
Released September 14, 1992
Recorded Perkin's Ranch, Santa Ynez,
The Great White Rehearsal Studio,
Total Access Recording, Redondo Beach, California,
February - June 1992
Genre Hard rock
Length 61:35
Label Capitol
Producer Alan Niven & Michael Lardie
Great White chronology
The Blue EP
(1991)
Psycho City
(1992)
The Best of Great White: 1986–1992
(1993)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 3/5 stars [1]

Psycho City is the sixth studio album by the American hard rock band Great White, released in 1992. It was the last studio album produced for Capitol Records, with the exception of the 1993 compilation The Best of Great White: 1986–1992. It was reissued in 1999 by French label Axe Killer with four bonus tracks.[2]

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Psycho City" (Mark Kendall, Michael Lardie, Alan Niven, Jack Russell) - 6:07
  2. "Step on You" (M. Kendall, M. Lardie, A. Niven, J. Russell) - 5:50
  3. "Old Rose Motel" (M. Lardie, A. Niven) - 7:24
  4. "Maybe Someday" (M. Lardie, A. Niven, J. Russell) - 7:24
  5. "Big Goodbye" (M. Kendall, A. Niven, J. Russell) - 5:57
  6. "Doctor Me" (M. Kendall, M. Lardie, A. Niven) - 6:13
  7. "I Want You" (M. Kendall, M. Lardie, A. Niven, J. Russell) - 3:42
  8. "Never Trust a Pretty Face" (M. Kendall, M. Lardie, A. Niven) - 5:29
  9. "Love Is a Lie" (M. Kendall, M. Lardie, A. Niven, J. Russell) - 8:15
  10. "Get On Home" (M. Kendall, A. Niven, J. Russell) - 5:28

1999 reissue bonus tracks[edit]

  1. "Somebody to Love" (Darby Slick) - 4:17 (also on the original Japanese pressing)
  2. "Who's Driving Your Plane?" (Jagger/Richards) - 4:08
  3. "Livin' on Rock 'n Roll" (M. Kendall, M. Lardie, A. Niven, J. Russell) - 2:55
  4. "Wasted Rock Ranger" (C. Michael Baker) - 3:05

Personnel[edit]

Additional musicians[edit]

  • Alan Niven - backing vocals, percussion, producer, arranger
  • Dave "The Beast" Spitz - bass
  • Richie Gajate Garcia - percussion
  • Rick Brewster - guitar

Production[edit]

  • Melissa Sewell, Micajah Ryan - engineers
  • Paul Wertheimer - assistant engineer
  • George Marino - mastering

Charts[edit]

Album - Billboard (North America)[3]

Year Chart Position
1992 The Billboard 200 107

Singles - Billboard (North America)[4]

Year Single Chart Position
1992 "Big Goodbye" Mainstream Rock Tracks 20
1992 "Old Rose Motel" Mainstream Rock Tracks 23

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