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Here We Go Again
Studio album by SR-71
Released May 21, 2004
Recorded 2003
Genre Pop punk, punk revival
Length 49:25
Label Crown Japan
Producer Mitch Allan
Professional reviews
SR-71 chronology
Here We Go Again

Here We Go Again is the third album by pop punk band SR-71, recorded during 2003 and released on May 4, 2004. It wasn't released outside Japan, although it was available on the band's website through import.

Track listing

# Title Lyrics Length
1. "Axl Rose (Where Did You Go?)"   Mitch Allan, John Allen 3:10
2. "In Your Eyes" (Peter Gabriel cover) Peter Gabriel 4:41
3. "Gone"   Allan 2:58
4. "1985"   Allan, Allen 3:41
5. "Mosquito"   Allan 4:00
6. "Here We Go Again"   Allan 3:03
7. "All American"   Allan 4:09
8. "Blue Light Special Life"   Allan 3:14
9. "15 Minute Idol"   Allan 3:18
10. "The One"   Allan 3:34
11. "Everything"   Allan 3:52
12. "Blood & Bourbon"   Allan 3:17
13. "She Was Dead" (Demo)
"Little Asshole" (Hidden track)
Allan, Kadish 7:21
  • "Little Asshole" starts at 3:13 of "She Was Dead"


  • Mitch Allan - lead vocals, guitar
  • Pat DeMent - guitar, backing vocals
  • Mike Ruocco - bass, backing vocals
  • John Allen - drums, percussion, backing vocals


  • "1985" was covered, with slightly reworked lyrics, by Bowling for Soup and achieved good chart ratings. Mitch Allan, SR-71's lead singer, appeared in the video for the song.
  • "Here We Go Again" was later covered and re-recorded by alternative pop punk band JParis for their second album Call It What You Want, an album which was produced by Mitch Allan.
  • A CD single was made for the song "Axl Rose", and was available through the band's website. "Here We Go Again", "All American" and a censored version of "All American" were the b-side tracks.
  • A follow-up album is not expected by the band, due to other projects. Mitch Allan hoped to release his solo album in 2008, but it was delayed ever since. According to Mitch Allan's Myspace page, it is known for now that the song "Mosquito" from this album will be also featured on Mitch Allan's solo album.


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