White Lion's Mane Attraction was a commercial disappointment; none of the singles or videos garnered much radio or MTV airplay, and the album's sales dropped off rather quickly. The overall level of songcraft is not quite up to the band's two previous releases, although there are some decent songs here. The cream of the album is gathered on The Best of White Lion, making Mane Attraction necessary only for completists.
Performance CreditsWhite Lion Primary Artist
Vito Bratta Guitar
Kim Bullard Synthesizer,Keyboards,Hammond Organ
Greg d'Angelo Drums
Tommy Funderburk Background Vocals
Mike Tramp Vocals
James LoMenzo Bass
Jai Winding Piano
Ron Young Background Vocals
Technical CreditsJohn Aguto Engineer
Phil Kaffel Engineer
Brian Scheuble Engineer
Richie Zito Producer
Peter Miller Cover Design,Cover Art
Bob Defrin Art Direction
Ms. Sarah Browder Engineer
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Mane Attraction based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
No, this album rocks. Please give it a chance. You have nice ballads like youre all i need and till death do us part, mournful songs like broken heart and it's over, politically relevant ones like warsong and lights and thunder, and hard rockers like out with the boys. This is like earlier white lion stepped up in intensity.