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Once Bitten…

Once Bitten... is the third full-length studio album released by the American rock band Great White. It was released in 1987 and sold a million copies after their next album became a success. "Rock Me" became a hit single and is one of Great White's best known songs. Once bitten... became a commercial success, going Platinum a few years later. In the UK, the tracklisting was strangely altered, losing four new tracks and replacing them with songs from 1986's Shot In The Dark, as well as a live version of "What Do You Do."

Track listing

  1. "Lady Red Light" (Kendall, Russell, Niven, Lardie) — 4:53
  2. "Gonna Getcha" (Kendall, Niven, Lardie) — 4:13
  3. "Rock Me" (Kendall, Russell, Niven, Lardie) — 7:19
  4. "All Over Now" (Kendall, Niven, Lardie) — 4:21
  5. "Mistreater" (Kendall, Russell, Niven, Black) — 5:49
  6. "Never Change Heart" (Kendall, Russell, Niven) — 4:27
  7. "Fast Road" (Kendall, Russell, Niven, Black, Desbrow, Lardie) — 3:40
  8. "On The Edge" (Kendall, Russell, Niven) — 6:01
  9. "Save Your Love" (Russell/Williams) — 5:46

Crew

  • Jack Russell — Vocals
  • Mark Kendall — Lead guitar
  • Michael Lardie — Guitar & keyboards
  • Audie Desbrow — Drums
  • Lorne Black — Bass

Produced and arranged by Alan Niven, Michael Lardie and Mark Kendall. Engineered by Michael Lardie.

UK Track Listing

  1. "Lady Red Light"
  2. "Gonna Getcha"
  3. "Rock Me"
  4. "All Over Now"
  5. "Fast Road"
  6. "What Do You Do (Live)"
  7. "Face The Day (US Radio Blues Version)
  8. "Gimme Some Lovin'

Charts

Album - Billboard (North America)
Year Chart Position
1987 The Billboard 200 23

Singles - Billboard (North America)

Year Single Chart Position
1987 "Rock Me" Billboard Hot 100 60
1987 "Rock Me" Mainstream Rock Tracks 9
1987 "Save Your Love" Billboard Hot 100 57
1988 "Save Your Love" Mainstream Rock Tracks 9

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