Rockin'

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Rockin'
Studio album by The Guess Who
Released February 1972
Recorded 1971 – 1972 at RCA's Music Center of the World, Hollywood, California
Genre Rock
Length 38:11
Label RCA
Iconoclassic (re-release)
Producer Jack Richardson
The Guess Who chronology
So Long, Bannatyne
(1971)
Rockin'
(1972)
Wild One
(1972)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 2/5 stars[1]

Rockin' is the ninth studio album by the Canadian rock band The Guess Who. It's also the last to feature Greg Leskiw on guitar. Two charting singles were released from the album. "Heartbroken Bopper" spent seven weeks on the Billboard Hot 100 peaking at number 47,[2] and "Guns, Guns, Guns" spent six weeks on the Billboard Hot 100 peaking at number 70.[3]

Track listing[edit]

All songs written by Burton Cummings except noted.

  1. "Heartbroken Bopper" (Cummings/Winter) (#12 Canada) - 4:52
  2. "Get Your Ribbons On" (Cummings/Winter) - 2:36
  3. "Smoke Big Factory" (Cummings/Winter/Kale) - 3:57
  4. "Arrivederci Girl" - 2:31
  5. "Guns, Guns, Guns" - 4:59
  6. "Running Bear" (J.P. Richardson; incorrectly credited to Curly Herdman, who wrote a different song with the same title) - 2:19
  7. "Back to the City" (Cummings/Winter) - 3:37
  8. "Your Nashville Sneakers" - 2:55
  9. "Herbert's a Loser" (featuring Greg Leskiw) (Leskiw/Winter) - 3:35
  10. "Hi Rockers!:" - 6:50
  • a) Sea of Love (Phil Phillips/George Khoury; incorrectly credited to Michael McGinnis, who wrote a different song with the same title)
  • b) Heaven Only Moved Once Yesterday (Winter)
  • c) Don't You Want Me
2010 Iconoclassic Remaster Bonus Tracks
  • 11. Sea Of Love (Previously Unreleased)
  • 12. Lost Sheep (Previously Unreleased)

Charts[edit]

Album
Year Chart Position
1972 Pop Albums 79
Singles
Year Single Chart Position
1972 "Heartbroken Bopper" Top Pop Singles 47
1972 "Heartbroken Bopper" Canadian Singles 12
1972 "Guns, Guns, Guns" Top Pop Singles 70
1972 "Guns, Guns, Guns" Canadian Singles 58

Personnel[edit]

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