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  • Performer: Great White
  • Album: Call It Rock'N'Roll
  • FLAC: 1758 mb | MP3: 1976 mb
  • Released: 1991
  • Country: Europe
  • Rating: 4.2/5
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Great White - Call It Rock'N'Roll album flac

Tracklist

1 Call It Rock'n'Roll
2 The Hunter
3 Train To Nowhere

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 5099920444723

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
006 20 4340 7, 006-2 04340 7 Great White Call It Rock'N'Roll ‎(7", Single) Capitol Records, Capitol Records 006 20 4340 7, 006-2 04340 7 Europe 1991
12CLPD625 Great White Call It Rock'N'Roll ‎(12", Single, Pic) Capitol Records 12CLPD625 Europe 1991
12 CLDJ 625 Great White Call It Rock'N'Roll ‎(12", Single) Capitol Records 12 CLDJ 625 UK & Europe 1991
4JM-44676 Great White Call It Rock N' Roll ‎(Cass, Maxi) Capitol Records 4JM-44676 Canada 1991
TODP-2247 Great White Call It Rock N' Roll ‎(CD, Mini, Single) Capitol Records TODP-2247 Japan 1991

Tracklist

A Call It Rock And Roll
B1 The Hunter
B2 Train To Nowhere

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
006 20 4340 7, 006-2 04340 7 Great White Call It Rock'N'Roll ‎(7", Single) Capitol Records, Capitol Records 006 20 4340 7, 006-2 04340 7 Europe 1991
12 CLDJ 625 Great White Call It Rock'N'Roll ‎(12", Single) Capitol Records 12 CLDJ 625 UK & Europe 1991
4JM-44676 Great White Call It Rock N' Roll ‎(Cass, Maxi) Capitol Records 4JM-44676 Canada 1991
CDCL625 Great White Call It Rock'N'Roll ‎(CD, Single) Capitol Records CDCL625 UK 1991
TODP-2247 Great White Call It Rock N' Roll ‎(CD, Mini, Single) Capitol Records TODP-2247 Japan 1991


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Hooked is the fifth full-length studio album by the American hard rock band Great White, released in 1991 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

Call It Rock ‘N’ Roll Lyrics. Well there's something going down right here in the neighbourhood Yeah there's something going down and you don't know if you really should Don't you lose your head i'll make your heart feel good. Well there's trouble all around, trouble with the PTA Tell me what are you going to do, taking all our highs away It's enough to turn you around but, momma, not today

Reissue in 1999 with 5 bonustracks by Axe Killer Records under the name "Stick It". 1. Out of the Night. 3. Money (That's What I Want).

1. Hound Dog. Elvis Presley. 2. That'll Be The Day. Buddy Holly. 7. Wake Up Little Susie. 56. Rip It Up. Gene Vincent. 57. Let The Good Times Roll. Shirley & Lee. 58. Let's Have A Party. 59. Tear It Up. Johnny Burnette & The Rock 'N' Roll Trio. 61. I Fought The Law. Bobby Fuller Four.

Rock 'n' Roll Music is a compilation album by The Beatles that consists of previously released Beatles tracks considered by many to be quintessential "rock and roll".

Lyrics to 'Call It Rock N' Roll' by Great White. Ha ha ha lets rock IT man, well theres somum goin down right here in our neighborhood, ya theres somum goin down dont no if IT really should, dont you lose your head, ILL make your heart feel good. well theres trouble all around trouble with the pta, tell me whatcha gonna do takin all our highs away, so love could turn you. Around, but mama not today. come on little baby lets call IT rock and roll ya come on little baby lets call IT rock and roll gotta give good feelin right down to your soule, gieutar.

From its fused inception, rock ‘n’ roll was already a racially integrated American invention being blasted in teenage bedrooms as early as 1955, but as the Civil Rights Movement was gaining momentum going into 1960, the genre was being commercially segregated, on the sly, into white (British Invasion) and black (soul) music by the (WASPy) establishment. Needless to say, I was floored. Little did I know, he was a great poet, too. And there must have been some elitist power that had to get rid of all these guys, to strike down rock ’n’ roll for what it was and what it represented - not least of all being a black-and-white thing. It took exposés from Billboard and Variety to finally call it out for what it was, demanding reform in the business.

It must have amused Freed and other insiders a great deal that the term rock & roll was black slang for sex - and had been as early as 1922, when blues singer Trixie Smith recorded My Man Rocks Me (With One Steady Roll). Rock & roll’s takeover of the pop-music marketplace in the mid-Fifties was as threatening to the enterenched old-line music and entertainment business as it was to professional authority figures everywhere. RCA had Elvis, but most of the early rock & roll hits were on regionally rooted indie operations.