| April 12, 1989|
Live in London
12 April 1989
| Total Access Recording, Redondo Beach, California|
Rock music, Hard rock, Heavy metal, Glam metal
Alan Niven, Michael Lardie
Great White albums, Rock music albums
...Twice Shy is the fourth studio album released by the American hard rock band Great White. It was released in 1989 and contained the biggest hits of their career, a cover of Ian Hunter's "Once Bitten, Twice Shy" and "The Angel Song", which reached No. 5 and No. 30 on the Billboard Hot 100, respectively. Another single, "House of Broken Love", was inspired by the painful relationship break-ups that vocalist Jack Russell and guitarist Mark Kendall had recently gone through. The album was certified Double Platinum in September 1989.
The bodies of the ladies displayed on the album cover belong to models (from left to right): Bobbie Brown who also appeared in the video for "Once Bitten, Twice Shy" and Tracy Martinson who was featured on the front cover of their previous album: Once Bitten.
All tracks written by Mark Kendall, Jack Russell, Alan Niven, Michael Lardie, except where indicated.Jack Russell – vocals
Mark Kendall – guitar, backing vocals
Michael Lardie – guitar, keyboards, backing vocals, producer, engineer, arrangements
Tony Montana – bass guitar
Audie Desbrow – drums
Alan Niven – producer, arrangements
Eddie Ashworth – engineer
Melissa Sewell – assistant engineer
George Marino – mastering
Capitol UK, Electrola West Germany released a limited edition version of ...Twice Shy as a double CD and LP set. The second disc was titled Live at The Marquee, and included a full live album recorded on December 18, 1987.
- "Shot in the Dark"
- "What Do You Do"
- "Gonna Getcha"
- "Money (That's What I Want)"
- "All Over Now"
- "Is Anybody There?"
- "Face the Day"
- "Rock Me"
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