Hooked is the fifth full-length studio album by the American hard rock band Great White, released in 1991. Though lacking a recognizable hit single and not commercially as successful as ...Twice Shy, it still managed to peak at No. 18 on the Billboard 200 album chart and it was critically well received. The album was certified Gold in April 1991. The original album cover art was photographed by famous fashion photographer John Scarpati and featured a nude female model being hoisted out of the sea by a large hook. This cover was judged too risque by the label and replaced by art director Hugh Syme shortly after the initial pressing with an alternative cover that had the hook still below the sea level and the model partially submerged, so that only her head and arms were visible. The last album to feature bassist Tony Montana.
The song "Desert Moon" was a minor hit and on February 20, 2003, was Great White's live opening song during which pyrotechnics ignited The Station nightclub fire, killing 100 people, including the bands then lead guitarist Ty Longley. The band did not perform "Desert Moon" live for six years after the fire, but as of 2009, they have resumed performing the song again.
The initial Japanese pressing retained the original cover, and added a bonus CD entitled Live in New York, recorded at Electric Lady Studios on May 31, 1991.