“You’re All I Need” is part of the Mane Attraction album, the fourth studio album by the hard rock band White Lion. It was released in 1991 by Atlantic Records and reached No. 61 on The Billboard 200 and No. 31 in the UK.
After two years of writing and recording, White Lion released Mane Attraction in the spring of 1991. More of a “back to basics” album, centering on strong hooks and melodic hard rock, the album was received well by the fans. Unfortunately, the album failed to reach the top 20 like the last two albums. It received little or no airplay due to the recent Grunge explosion. The album featured the singles “Love Don’t Come Easy” which peaked at number 24 on The Mainstream Rock Charts, “Lights and Thunder” and a re-recorded version of the band’s debut single “Broken Heart”, all of which featured music videos. The song “Out with the Boys” was released as a rare promo single. The album also contained White Lion’s only instrumental song, “Blue Monday”, a tribute to Stevie Ray Vaughan, who had died while the band was writing for the album. The album’s ballad tracks “You’re All I Need” and “Till Death Do Us Part” gained a huge amount of airplay in the Philippines.
A music video montage was released for the song “Farewell to You” which featured on the band’s Video album “Escape from Brooklyn” in 1992.
Greg D’Angelo and James Lomenzo left the band soon after the album’s release, citing “musical differences”, but White Lion carried on with bassist Tommy “T-Bone” Caradonna and drummer Jimmy DeGrasso (Megadeth, Alice Cooper, Suicidal Tendencies, Y&T). After briefly touring in support of Mane Attraction, Tramp and Bratta decided to call it a day, their last show being held in Boston at the Channel Club in September 1991.