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-Remembering White Lion
Released: ", 1999
Reviewer: Keith McDonald
This project, which only features vocalist Mike Tramp, contains alternate versions of White Lion songs that, despite the absence of guitar God Vito Bratta, actually comes off well. The songs are new and fresh and are mostly made up of songs that fans didn’t hear at live shows. Yet there are White Lion’s three biggest hits Wait, Little Fighter and When The Children Cry which are still great songs any way you play them. But it’s the obscure tracks like Warsong , Lonely Nights and She’s Got Everything, though great in their original versions, that make this disc worth picking up. And there’s the very underrated song Till Death Do Us Part, that’s the best of the set. Mike Tramp promises to take these songs on the road. Can’t wait for that.
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