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Union
The Blue Room
May 2000
Released: 1999, Spitfire
Rating: 4.5/5
Reviewer: Keith McDonald

Even though this is the Bruce Kulick (ex-KISS) and John Corabi (ex-Motley Crue) project, I find it to be more than a supergroup or project to cash in on their celebrity names. It’s extremely well written and sounds nothing like their former bands. This album basically kicks some major ass! I’m not kidding. You can see they were not allowed to write creatively in the former outfits. Just one listen to Everything’s Alright, a homage to The Beatles, Shine or Who Do You Think You Are and you know this band is more than talented. The rest of the disc is solid highlighted by Do Your Own Thing, Dear Friend, a tribute to Eric Carr, and Hypnotized. Maybe people would give them a chance if they just came out of the corn field of Iowa. Strong playing all around and great, thought out lyrics from Corabi make this a must for radio. Let’s listen to this for the great music, not who’s in the band.

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