16 Songs, 1 Hour 13 Minutes


Ratings and Reviews

4.8 out of 5
10 Ratings
10 Ratings
Wmdavis ,

Awsome band...true rock roots

Not many know that Kip Winger was the bassest for Alice Cooper for a few albums. True rock roots rocker. I have the upmost respect for them and him...alway have loved their music and always will. Keep rockin' guys!!!!

MacTech ,

Great Best Of Album

Great collection of Wingers top songs. The real gem on this Album is the song Hell to Pay. A blistering heavy track that is best played cranked up. Sit back, relax, and enjoy!

MrWitt ,

Great Stuff

This is a good collection of songs from the first three albums. The opening new track is hot.

About Winger

A former member of Alice Cooper's band, bassist Kip Winger formed his own group in 1986; in addition to vocalist/bassist Winger, the group featured guitarist Reb Beach, bassist Paul Taylor, and drummer Rod Morgenstein, formerly of the Dixie Dregs. Taking their name from their leader after a last-minute change from Sahara, Winger specialized in the stylish pop-metal that sent Bon Jovi and Poison to the top of the charts. The band's eponymous debut sold over a million copies on the strength of the rocker "Seventeen" and the ballad "Headed for a Heartbreak." Winger's second album, 1990's In the Heart of the Young, was equally successful, selling over a million copies and featuring the hit power ballad "Miles Away." However, the band didn't outlast the post-alternative pop-metal backlash and the group faded away after the release of their 1993 album Pull. Kip Winger launched a solo career later that decade, releasing three albums before reuniting with his former bandmates in 2002. After a brief tour alongside fellow pop-metal veterans Poison, the band returned to the studio to craft their first album in more than a decade. 2006's IV stuck close to the formula that made Winger famous, and the resulting reunion tour was captured on the two-disc set Winger Live. Another album called Karma quickly followed in 2009, but the group took its time to deliver Better Days Comin', which appeared in the spring of 2014. ~ Stephen Thomas Erlewine

New York, NY




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