|Studio album by|
|Producer||Stray Cats, Hein Hoven|
|Stray Cats chronology|
Gonna Ball is the second studio album by American rockabilly band Stray Cats, first released in the UK by Arista Records in November 1981. The album was produced by the band and Hein Hoven. It went platinum in the U.K.
Five of the album's tracks ("Baby Blue Eyes", "Little Miss Prissy", "You Don't Believe Me", "Rev It Up and Go" and "Lonely Summer Nights") were later included on the band's first American album, Built for Speed (1982).
All tracks composed by Brian Setzer; except where indicated
- "Baby Blue Eyes" (Johnny Burnette, Paul Burlison)
- "Little Miss Prissy"
- "Wasn't That Good" (Wynonie Harris)
- "Cryin' Shame"
- "(She'll Stay Just) One More Day" (Slim Jim Phantom, Lee Rocker)
- "What's Goin' Down (Cross That Bridge)"
- "You Don't Believe Me" (Setzer, Lee Rocker)
- "Gonna Ball"
- "Wicked Whisky"
- "Rev It Up and Go"
- "Lonely Summer Nights"
- "Crazy Mixed-Up Kid"
- Stray Cats
- Additional personnel
- John Locke - keyboards
- Steve Poncar - saxophone
- Ian Stewart - keyboards
- Brian McDonald - harmonica
- Lee Allen - tenor saxophone
- Gavin Cochrane - photography
- "Gonna Ball, Stray Cats". Rock 82 (in Serbian). Belgrade: NIP Politika (10): 11.