Rock 'til You Drop is the twentieth studio album by English rock band Status Quo and their last on the Vertigo label after nearly 20 years. Singer and guitarist Francis Rossi produced the album.
"Rossi is particularly fond of 1991's Rock 'til You Drop," reported Classic Rock a decade later. "[Guitarist Rick] Parfitt hates the record."
The album closes with a version of "Forty Five Hundred Times" that's one verse and three minutes longer than the Hello! original. "We were trying to make the song current for that incarnation of the band," said Rossi. "Whether or not we were successful in that… well, probably not. Musically speaking, it will have been tidier than the original – the playing would have improved. But, as we discovered on the [Frantic Four's 2013] reunion tour, that's not really what it's all about. After doing it live again three years later, we went, 'What the fuck's this extra verse all about?' – and we got rid of it."