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Album Review

The first new set of music from melodic hard rock supergroup since their 2010 reunion album What If, Stories We Could Tell was recorded with producer Pat Regan (Kiss, Deep Purple, Warrant, Keel), and features 13 brand new studio recordings, including "Gotta Love the Ride," "The Man Who Has Everything," "Just Let Your Heart Reside," and "I Forget to Breathe," as well as a bonus cut, a rousing live version of "Addicted to the Rush," the opening track from their 1989 eponymous debut. The Frontiers-issued long-player features the talents of original members Paul Gilbert, Eric Martin, Billy Sheehan, and Pat Torpey.

Customer Reviews

Another great album from great musicians

What true rock albums should be!

Rock the way it should be!

I love the new album. It’s a throw back to when the first Mr Big album came out, it’s original, it’s well written and as a band, they are each at the top of their game.

I like the mix of hard rock, classic rock and yes I’m a sucker for the ballads too!

East/West, Gotta Love The Ride and it’s always about a girl are favorites and I really like the live version of “Addicted to that rush” is awesome! There are several live versions out there, but I like this one a lot.

Very glad these guys are still making QUALITY music after 25 years!

One of my top 2 favorites in 2014!

I really don't understand any negative reviews about this one. It is solid through and through...the songwriting is clever, the musicianship is fantastic (as always) and the songs are very memorable, especially Fragile. In my opinion, that should be song of the year, very well done. Any year I get a new Mr. Big album with the original members, I'll take it! I have been following these guys since Paul was in Racer X and Billy was in Talas, so no, I'm not new to this all-star band. I miss albums like this where you can listen all the way through...I hope they come back to Columbus again, here's to seeing them in 2015!

Biography

Formed: 1988

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Mr. Big were one of the few "shredder" pop metal bands (translation: the bandmembers were highly proficient at their instruments) that prized songcraft as highly as virtuosity. The seeds for the group's formation were sown when bass player extraordinaire Billy Sheehan, often called "the Eddie Van Halen of bass," left David Lee Roth's solo band in 1988. Shortly thereafter, he began piecing together a new outfit comprised of former Racer X guitarist Paul Gilbert, drummer Pat Torpey, and singer Eric...
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