Rockin' (The Guess Who album)

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Rockin'
Rockin' Front Cover Art.jpg
Studio album by
ReleasedFebruary 1972
RecordedJanuary 1972 at RCA's Music Center of the World, Hollywood, California
GenreRock
Length38:11
LabelRCA Records
ProducerJack Richardson
The Guess Who chronology
So Long, Bannatyne
(1971)
Rockin'
(1972)
Wild One
(1972)
Singles from Rockin'
  1. "Heartbroken Bopper"
    Released: March 1972
  2. "Guns, Guns, Guns"
    Released: May 1972
Professional ratings
Review scores
SourceRating
Allmusic2/5 stars[1]

Rockin' is the ninth studio album by the Canadian rock band The Guess Who. It's also the last to feature rhythm guitarist Greg Leskiw. 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]

  1. "Heartbroken Bopper" (Cummings/Winter) - 4:52
  2. "Get Your Ribbons On" (Cummings/Winter) - 2:36
  3. "Smoke Big Factory" (Cummings/Winter/Kale) - 3:57
  4. "Arrivederci Girl" (Cummings) - 2:31
  5. "Guns, Guns, Guns" (Cummings) - 4:59
  6. "Running Bear" (J.P. Richardson) - 2:19
  7. "Back to the City" (Cummings/Winter) - 3:37
  8. "Your Nashville Sneakers" (Cummings) - 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)
b) "Heaven Only Moved Once Yesterday" (Winter)
c) "Don't You Want Me" (Cummings)
2010 Iconoclassic Remaster Bonus Tracks
11. Sea of Love (Previously Unreleased)
12. Lost Sheep (Previously Unreleased)

Notes[edit]

On the album the song "Running Bear" was incorrectly credited to Curly Herdman and "Sea of Love" incorrectly credited to Don McGinnis.

Personnel[edit]

Charts[edit]

Album

Year Chart Peak Position
1972 Billboard 200 79

Singles

Year Single Chart Position
1972 "Heartbroken Bopper" Canada 12
Australia 83
Billboard Hot 100 47
"Guns, Guns, Guns" Canada 58
Australia 70

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