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Rock Solid

Rock Solid
Released 1988
Recorded 1987
Genre R&B
Label Polydor
Commodores chronology

Rock Solid
Commodores Christmas
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Allmusic 2/5 stars[1]

Rock Solid is the thirteenth studio album by the Commodores, released in 1988. At this time in the band's career, hits were no longer forthcoming, and this album failed to enter the Billboard album charts. One single, the perhaps appropriately titled "Solitaire" fizzled at #51 on the R&B chart, and no other tracks from the album charted. It is the last of the band's albums with keyboard player and founding member Milan Williams, who left after a dispute about playing in South Africa.

Track listing

Tracks Title Composer
1 Grrip Elcock, Orange
2 Bump the la la Orange
3 Thank You Hudson, King, King
4 I'm Gonna Need Your Loving Oland, Orange
5 Solitaire Cameron, Torano
6 Homeless Goodrum, Malloy, Sharron
7 Miracle Man Nicholas, Smith
8 Right Here 'N Now Pomerantz, Potts, Stober
9 Stretchhh Nicholas, Reynolds
10 Ain't Givin' Up Smith, Stanton, Williams
11 So Nice Malloy, Rich



Additional musicians

Additional credits

  • Artwork by - Tom Nikosey
  • Photography - Ron Slenzak
  • Hair - Dori Shear, Toni Greene
  • Make-up - Marietta Carter
  • Stylist - Ian Carter
  • Management - Jo-Ann Geffen & Associates


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