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Studio album by The Outfield
Released March 31, 1992
Recorded 1991, 1992
Genre Pop rock
Length 39:04
Label MCA
Producer John Spinks
The Outfield chronology
Diamond Days
Playing the Field
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 2/5 stars[1]

Rockeye is the fifth album by the British band, The Outfield. Though it spawned no hit singles, the album was generally well received.[citation needed] It was also the band's second album to be released under the MCA label. "Going Back" became a hit single in South Africa on Adult Contemporary radio. The opening track, "Winning It All," was used between 1992 and 1996 at the end of NBC's telecasts of the NBA Finals.

Track listing[edit]

  • All Songs Written By John Spinks, except where noted.
No. Title Length
1. "Winning It All" 3:22
2. "Closer to Me" 3:17
3. "The Way It Should Be" 3:39
4. "Under a Stone" 3:14
5. "Young Love" 3:49
6. "Jane" 4:28
7. "Take Me Home" 3:18
8. "Tonight You're Mine" 3:39
9. "On the Line" 3:19
10. "Stranger In My Own Town" (Spinks, Tony Lewis) 4:20
11. "Going Back" 4:39


The Outfield[edit]

Additional Personnel[edit]


  • Arranged By The Outfield
  • Produced By John Spinks
  • Engineered By Graham Meek & Nigel "Chopper" Palmer
  • Mixed By Nigel Green
  • Mastered By Stephen Marcussen


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