Winger - Pull
Atlantic Recording Company
Hard Rock
10 songs (47'19)
Release year: 1993
Reviewed by Chris
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I've always been a fan of Winger, since the firsts albums and this one is no exception, even though it's not Kip (Winger) best production. The album start with an excellent song called Blind Revolution Mad, which points out the jerks we sometimes are and how stupid humanity can be as time goes by (no argument from here !). The second track is a bit less interesting, still a nice one but I'm not fund of Harmonica, so I'll just point out the originality of using such instrument, but don't ask me to like it to much, anyway the chorus of the song is pretty nice and catchy. Third track is my favorite song on the album, a superb ballad called Spell I'm Under. You can really feel Kip emotions through is excellent song and I would like to point out that Kip's voice is incredible. But that's not all, Kip plays almost every instruments combinaison, vocal, keybord, accoustic guitar, bass, keyboard... Second part of the album is a bit weaker... perhaps the chorus line which are a bit too "square for me"... or the song writing which is really simple on some track, except for Like A Ritual which is the most original song on the album and a killing one as well. As for production, it is very good and sound is crisp and clear.

I definitely recommend this album to all Winger fans but also to all Bon Jovi, Europe and other Hard-Rock fans.

Killing Songs :
Blind Revolution Mad, Spell I'm Under & Like A Ritual
Chris quoted 74 / 100
Other albums by Winger that we have reviewed:
Winger - IV reviewed by Aleksie and quoted 73 / 100
Winger - The Very Best Of reviewed by Chris and quoted no quote
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