The Best of White Lion

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The Best of White Lion
The Best of White Lion.jpg
Greatest hits album by White Lion
Released September 15, 1992
Recorded 1987-91
Genre Hard rock, heavy metal, glam metal
Length 67:44
Label Atlantic
J!mco Records (Japan)
Producer Michael Wagener
White Lion chronology
Mane Attraction
(1991)Mane Attraction1991
The Best of White Lion
(1992)
Remembering White Lion
(1999)Remembering White Lion1999
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 4.5/5 stars[1]

The Best of White Lion is the first greatest hits compilation album from the Hard rock band White Lion, released in September 1992. The compilation features all of White Lion's charted singles from their three most successful albums: Pride, Big Game and Mane Attraction.[2]

The album features live versions of "Lady of the Valley" and "All You Need is Rock'N Roll". "Broken Heart" was initially released on the bands debut album Fight to Survive but later re recorded on the Mane Attraction album.[3]

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Wait" - 4:01
  2. "Radar Love" - 5:56
  3. "Broken Heart" - 4:07
  4. "Hungry" - 3:56
  5. "Little Fighter" - 4:22
  6. "Lights and Thunder" - 8:06
  7. "All You Need Is Rock 'n' Roll" (Live Version) - 5:41
  8. "When the Children Cry" - 4:22
  9. "Love Don't Come Easy" - 4:09
  10. "Cry for Freedom" - 6:11
  11. "Lady of the Valley" (Live Version) - 7:40
  12. "Tell Me" - 4:29
  13. "Farewell to You" - 4:21

All songs written by Bratta & Tramp, except for "Radar Love" (which is a Golden Earring cover).

Notes[edit]

  • In some countries, "You're All I Need" (from the band's last studio album Mane Attraction) is included as the first track of the compilation, sometimes as a hidden (unlisted) track.
  • In 2000 an updated compilation was released titled "The Essential White Lion" and a second best of album was released titled "White Lion Hits" which was also re-released as "When the Children Cry and Other Hits" in 2007.

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