She Can Rock It
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single by The Power Station
B-side "Power Trippin'"
Released 30 September 1996
Recorded 1996
Format Cassette, CD
Genre Rock
Length 4:14 (Album Version)
3:57 (Single Version)
Label Chrysalis, Capitol, Guardian Records
Writer(s) Palmer, Taylor, Taylor and Thompson
Producer Bernard Edwards
The Power Station

"She Can Rock It" is the fourth single by The Power Station, released as their only single from the album Living In Fear by Chrysalis-Capitol-Guardian Records on 30 September 1996.

About the single Edit

Produced by Bernard Edwards, this was the final single released by The Power Station.

The CD single version features "Power Trippin'" as its B-side, which is a rock-funk song written by the band for the U.S. edition of the album Living In Fear.

The single also includes the track "Charanga" written by Robert Palmer, a song which was later included on his 1998 compilation album Woke Up Laughing.

While promoting the single, the band were asked to change a tongue-in-cheek rude line in the song on an American talk show, but they refused and the song was never played on the show. The Power Station also recorded a live performance for British TV music show Top of the Pops, when the single was peaking at number 63 on the UK Singles Chart.

Track listing Edit

CD: Chrysalis TOCP-40002 (Japan)

  1. "She Can Rock It" - 3:57)
  2. "Power Trippin'" - 3:03
  3. "She Can Rock It" (Full Album Version) - 4:16
  4. "Charanga" - 5:51

Other appearancesEdit




The Power Station are:

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