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Product Details

  • Audio CD (July 6, 1999)
  • Original Release Date: July 6, 1999
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Columbia Records/Sony
  • ASIN: B00000JH1Q
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (64 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #52,257 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Editorial Reviews

This CD is an out of print collectible! It is the original 1999 Portrait release. Catalog #VK 69547. Still sealed. There is a hole punch through the UPC.Track listing:1. Rollin' Stoned2. Ain't No Shame3. Silent Night4. Saint Lorraine5. In The Tradition6. Freedom Song7. Gone To The Dogs8. Wooden Jesus9. Sister Mary10. Loveless Age11. Psychedelic Hurricane12. Hey Mister

Customer Reviews

Though Great White have never released a bad album, this one is an one of their best ones.
Bao Nguyen
If you are a fan of melodic hard rock, or "80's metal", as some folks insist on calling it, this album would be a great addition to your collection.
Antoinette Avalon
While it's not as classic as Once Bitten or Twice Shy, nor as great as Psycho City, it is a nice collection of blues-tinged rock that Great White excelled at.
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14 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Larry Billingsley ( on October 30, 1999
Format: Audio CD
I graduated high school in 1989. When I heard this album I thought I was back cruising in my 79 Cutlass, jamming with the boys. This album is a true throwback in time. It would have been a number one back then and should now. If it doesn't get the credit it deserves it shows how screwed up the so called critics are. This is absolutely a totally kick-a** album from the hard rocking licks to the beautiful ballads. In all my days of rocking this has to rank with the best albums I have ever heard bar none. It is excellent real rock-n-roll from the heart. 10 stars on a five star scale. If you like good ol kick ass rock and heart felt ballads you won't be disappointed. Trust me, buy it now. It is positively the best album out in the last 10-15years that I've been a serious music fan. Keep up the great work Great White. ROCK ON !
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By "superman1975" on December 9, 2000
Format: Audio CD
Of all of the great bands that have suffered in the past decade because of being unfairly categorized as "hair" bands due to a handful of lousy ripoffs from the late 80's, perhaps no other band is less deserving of this stigma than Great White. Throughout their career, Great White has consistently created melodic, soulful, blues-based metal. Although many people falsely believe that Great White disappeared after the 1989 smash "Once Bitten, Twice Shy", the reality is that they have continued to write quality music throughout the 90's. "Can't Get There From Here" is undoubtedly the best offering since the 1989 "Twice Shy", and arguably the best recording of their career. Songs such as 'Sister Mary', 'In The Tradition', 'Loveless Age', and my personal favorite 'Hey Mister', contain just about as much feeling as any other music I have ever heard. Vocalist Jack Russell sings with so much true emotion on this album that you almost wonder if an electronic device such as a CD player is capable of withstanding the pressure. You can literally feel every word that he sings. Meanwhile, guitarist Mark Kendall continues to display his knack for constructing guitar solos that are both powerful and delicate at the same time, a perfect compliment to Russell's singing. Kendall may possibly be the most underappreciated guitarist in rock, and that is truly unfortunate, as his playing is without a doubt anything but average. However, if the mellower stuff isn't your bread and butter, there are still tracks on this album that are raw and ready to rock.Read more ›
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Undertaker on October 19, 2002
Format: Audio CD
I was sad to hear Great White broke up last year. They have been one of the most underated and best, heavy metal bands since they formed back in '78. I love the classic Great White stuff, so I bought this a couple years ago. They have always been called a "hair" band. That is not true in the least. They have always been better then average songsmiths and a talented group. They have always stuck close to their bluesy Zeppelin roots. This album is the best record they ever did in the 23 year history of the band. It is the best hard rock album I have heard in years. This is MUCH better then Aerosmtih's latest album, "Just push Play". Great White should be one of the biggest classic metal bands, but the stress of being pushed aside for the last decade of the bands history, has finally killed off one of the true greats of hard rock. Damn you, grunge rock. This was not a talentless "hair" band, but it's too late for Great White. This is a classic, spirited hard rock album. Give it the respect it deserves.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Eduard Roca Astol on February 8, 2008
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I have been a hard rock fan since I listened to GN'R. They were the start, and after that I started to track down other bands, that for good or bad, were included in the LA Hard Rock 80's movement (even GN'R who obviously, didn't fit in the glam scene). I went from Poison to Cinderella (another band of the pack that was not even from LA), Slaughter, Mötley Crüe, Faster Pussycat, Firehouse, Skid Row, Enuff Z'Nuff, Bang Tango, Pretty Boy Floyd... you name it! However, I never listened to Great White until I read a couple of rave reviews of "Can't Get There From Here". A few months later I found this CD at a good price and decided I would give it a try. What a discovery...

This CD just rocks!! It has plenty of rockers and also slower numbers that can satisfy all tastes as long as you like to rock and roll. It has blues, it has hard rock, it has american classic rock, it has metal riffs, it has everything! And on top of everything, it has great songs performed by a solid band. And that, my friends, is what makes this CD timeless. "Rollin' Stoned" is a great opener which you can't stop moving your feet to. Pure rock and roll, period. After that, the songs start to flow with no stop until you reach the end. That's how good this album is. My personal favorites are "In the Tradition" (great, sad ballad with an amazing acoustic guitar sound and Jack Russell's vocals at its best), "Freedom Song" (an instant classic in a better world), "Gone to the Dogs" (metal riff-o-rama that kicks you in the teeth), "Silent Night" or "Sister Mary". Every song on this album has soul. Has something to say.

Since then I have checked earlier Great White stuff and I also like it a lot, but nothing compares to this 1999 album.
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