Top Mr. Big Albums
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Live from Milan
Live from Milan
[2018]
Defying Gravity
Defying Gravity
[2017]
...The Stories We Could Tell
...The Stories We Could Tell
[2014]
Bitter Streets
Bitter Streets
[2011]
Live from the Living Room
Live from the Living Room
[2011]
What If...
What If...
[2010]
Back to Budokan - Next Time Around 2009 Tour (Live)
Back to Budokan - Next Time Around 2009 Tour (Live)
[2009]
Rhino Hi-Five: Mr. Big - EP
Rhino Hi-Five: Mr. Big - EP
[2005]
Mr. Big: Greatest Hits (Remastered)
Mr. Big: Greatest Hits (Remastered)
[2004]
Actual Size
Actual Size
[2001]
Static - EP
Static - EP
[1999]
Get Over It
Get Over It
[1999]
Live At the Hard Rock
Live At the Hard Rock
[1998]
Live At Budokan
Live At Budokan
[1997]
Live At Budokan (Live at Budokan, 1997)
Live At Budokan (Live at Budokan, 1997)
[1997]
Take Cover - EP
Take Cover - EP
[1996]
Hey Man [Expanded]
Hey Man [Expanded]
[1996]
Japandemonium (Live)
Japandemonium (Live)
[1993]
Bump Ahead [Expanded]
Bump Ahead [Expanded]
[1993]
Raw Like Sushi, Vol. 2 (Live)
Raw Like Sushi, Vol. 2 (Live)
[1992]
Live (Warfield Theatre, San Francisco, CA, March 28, 1992)
Live (Warfield Theatre, San Francisco, CA, March 28, 1992)
[1992]
Raw Like Sushi II
Raw Like Sushi II
[1992]
Mr. Big Live
Mr. Big Live
[1992]
Lean Into It (Expanded)
Lean Into It (Expanded)
[1991]
Live! Raw Like Sushi - EP
Live! Raw Like Sushi - EP
[1990]
Live! Raw Like Sushi
Live! Raw Like Sushi
[1990]
Mr. Big (Expanded)
Mr. Big (Expanded)
[1989]
Related Information for Mr. Big
(For the 70s British rock band, see Mr Big.)Mr. Big combined two popular musical trends of the rock scene in the mid to late 80s: a particular brand of hard rock focused on melodies and listener-friendly choruses made for the arena, and impressive technical proficiency, then called shredding. The seeds for the group were sown when bass player Billy Sheehan (considered one of the top bassists of rock, often thought to be the bass equivalent of guitarist Eddie Van Halen) left David Lee Roth's solo band in 1988. Almost immediately after his exit, Sheehan began piecing together a new outfit, with the help of Mike Varney from Shrapnel Records, a label specialized in the shredding genre. The band comprised Shrapnel artist and former R.. read more