Pull (Winger album)
|Studio album by|
|Released||May 18, 1993|
|Genre||Progressive metal, heavy metal|
|Singles from Pull|
It was produced by Mike Shipley on a considerable budget and marked a significant change in Winger's sound, eschewing their glam metal anthems prevalent in their first two albums for a harder and more aggressive style of music with a good dose of socio-political leanings on tracks like "Blind Revolution Mad", "In for the Kill" and "Who's the One". The material was also less commercial and radio-friendly, evident especially in the track "Junkyard Dog (Tears on Stone)" incorporating contemporary heavy metal and progressive elements and clocking in at 6:54.
The album is often regarded as the favourite among the group's fans, but in terms of sales figures the album was not as successful as the two first albums, peaking at #83 on Billboard's Album chart. However, the lead single "Down Incognito" reached #15 on the Mainstream rock Billboard chart.
A bonus track called "Hell to Pay" was available on the Japanese version of the album. This track is also included on the 2001 compilation The Very Best of Winger.
|1.||"Blind Revolution Mad"||5:25|
|3.||"Spell I'm Under" (Winger)||3:55|
|4.||"In My Veins"||3:14|
|5.||"Junkyard Dog (Tears on Stone)"||6:54|
|6.||"The Lucky One"||5:20|
|7.||"In for the Kill"||4:13|
|8.||"No Man's Land"||3:17|
|9.||"Like a Ritual"||5:02|
|10.||"Who's the One"||5:53|
|Japanese edition bonus track|
|11.||"Hell to Pay"||3:24|
- Kip Winger – vocals, bass guitar, acoustic guitars, keyboards
- Reb Beach – guitars, backing vocals
- Rod Morgenstein – drums, percussion, backing vocals
- Frank Latorre – harmonica on "Down Incognito"
- Alex Acuña – percussion on "Like A Ritual" and "Who's The One"
- Produced by Mike Shipley
- Co-produced by Kip Winger
- Recorded and mixed by Mike Shipley
- Assisted by Mike Stock
- Mastered by Ted Jensen at Sterling Sound, NYC
- Recorded and mixed at "Secret Sound - South Pacific"
The Making of Pull
The Making of Pull was a VHS video released by Winger in 1993. It features home movie footage of the band in the studio recording the album Pull, plus promo videos for the following songs:
- "Down Incognito"
- "Spell I’m Under"
- "In My Veins"
- "Who’s the One"