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Rite Time

Rite Time
Studio album by Can
Released October 1989
Recorded December 1986
Genre Krautrock
Length 41:52
Label Mute
Producer Michael Karoli, Holger Czukay
Can chronology
Delay 1968
Rite Time
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 3/5 stars[1]

Rite Time is Can's twelfth and last studio album, considered a reunion album because of the time elapsed since the band's previous album, Can, which had been released in 1979. The album consists of sessions recorded in the South of France in late 1986, edited extensively by the band over the course of subsequent years. Rite Time features the vocals of the band's original singer, Malcolm Mooney, who had left the group in 1970 after their debut album Monster Movie. "In the Distance Lies the Future" appears only on CD versions of the album.

Track listing

All tracks by Can

No. Title Length
1. "On the Beautiful Side of a Romance"   7:27
2. "The Withoutlaw Man"   4:18
3. "Below This Level (Patient's Song)"   3:44
4. "Movin' Right Along"   3:28
5. "Like a New Child"   7:36
6. "Hoolah Hoolah"   4:31
7. "Give the Drummer Some"   6:47
8. "In the Distance Lies the Future"   4:00
Total length:



  1. ^ Mason, Stewart. > Review"Rite Time"Can: at AllMusic. Retrieved 3 November 2011.

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