Pull is the fourth and final studio album by American pop rock band Mr. Mister, and the only album not to feature founding guitarist Steve Farris, who had departed the band in 1989. It was recorded from 1989 to 1990, but the record company refrained from releasing this more introspective album.
Producer – Mr. Mister. Producer, Engineer, Mixed By – Kevin Killen. Written-By – John Lang (2), Steve Farris (2) (tracks: 6, 10), Steve George (tracks: 1 to 5, 7 to 11). Notes.
The discography of Mr. Mister, an American pop rock band, consists of four studio albums, two compilation albums, nine singles, and eight music videos. Mr. Mister was formed in 1982 by Richard Page and Steve George. Once the other two members, Steve Farris and Pat Mastelotto, joined the band, they were signed by RCA Records. In 1984, Mr. Mister released their debut album, I Wear the Face. The album peaked at number 170 on the Billboard 200 and did not chart internationally.
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Mister's 'Go On,' the follow up to their breakthrough 'Welcome to the Real World,' arrived on Sept. After the breakout success of 1985's Welcome to the Real World, Mr. Mister made the mistake of getting serious. They never recovered, which arrived on Sept. After Real World, that’s when the pressure hit," singer and bassist Richard Page told Popdose in 2010, "and they were like, 'Okay, well, where's the 'Broken Wings' and where’s the 'Kyrie'; let’s keep this going.
high road, or low. Fortunately, the afore decision is made, treating the listener to a balance of music that doesn't stray far from the band's signature style, but is layered in thought provoking lyrics and soul-stiring melody. I really love every song on this album & appreciate that you can enjoy them as a work on the whole from start to finish.