Whatcha Want

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Whatcha Want
Whatcha Want.jpg
Studio album by Michael Monroe
Released January 21, 2003
Recorded 2002
Genre Hard rock, punk rock, glam punk
Length 40:23
Label SPV/Steamhammer
Michael Monroe chronology
Take Them and Break Them
Whatcha Want
Another Night In the Sun: Live in Helsinki

Whatcha Want is the fifth studio album by Finnish glam rock singer Michael Monroe, released on January 21, 2003, through the German label SPV GmbH.

It was Monroe's first solo album since Hanoi Rocks' reunion in 2001, and was released just two months after Hanoi Rocks' comeback album Twelve Shots on the Rocks. A song Monroe has originally written for this album, entitled "Whatcha Want" (which also inspired the album's name) was eventually used for the Hanoi Rocks album Twelve Shots on the Rocks.

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Length
1. "Do Anything You Wanna Do" (Eddie and the Hot Rods cover) 3:14
2. "Right Here Right Now" 3:30
3. "Stranded" 3:51
4. "I Won't Lie Down and Die" (UK Subs cover) 2:20
5. "Shattered Smile" 3:04
6. "What Love Is" (The Dead Boys cover) 1:59
7. "Rumour Sets the Woods Alight" 2:51
8. "Germ Free Adolescents" (X-Ray Spex cover) 2:55
9. "Life's a Bitch and Then You Live" 3:30
10. "Telephone Bill Is All Mine" (Dave Lindholm cover) 3:56
11. "Jimmy Brown" (The Boys cover) 3:43
12. "Identity" (X-Ray Spex cover) 2:29
13. "Hey Thats No Way to Say Goodbye" (Leonard Cohen cover) 2:59