Gonna Ball is the second studio album by American rockabilly band Stray Cats, first released in the UK by Arista Records in November 1981. The album was produced by the band and Hein Hoven. It went platinum in the . Five of the album's tracks ("Baby Blue Eyes", "Little Miss Prissy", "You Don't Believe Me", "Rev It Up and Go" and "Lonely Summer Nights") were later included on the band's first American album, Built for Speed (1982). All tracks composed by Brian Setzer; except where indicated.
Written-By – Anonymous. Gonna Ball (CD, Album, RM, RP). Arista, Arista. BVCM-37809, 82876-58412-2.
Gonna Ball (1981) + Arista Records (UK). Gonna ball, like I never did ball before Yeah Gonna ball, like I never did ball before I may never get a break like this in life no more. I got money in my pocket I ain't begging for friends Cadillac eldorado And it's gone to my head Short time to live Long time to stay dead I ain't doin' no favours I ain't asking for none Cause I got money I can pay for my fun That's the way I want it That's the way. it must be done
The Stray Cats' second album, Gonna Ball, was considered something of a disappointment when it was released in 1981; back then, it had the disadvantage of competing with the expectations raised by its immediate predecessor, a miraculous debut produced under the guidance of Dave Edmunds. When they pulled up stakes in England and returned to the . they signed with EMI-America and built their American debut around what the band considered the best songs off of their first two records - as a result, neither . album was widely heard intact on American shores
Artists Stray Cats Gonna Ball. Gonna Ball Stray Cats. This album has an average beat per minute of 108 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 72/163 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Tracklist Gonna Ball. BPM Profile Gonna Ball. Album starts at 93BPM, ends at BPM (-93), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by Stray Cats.
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