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John Corabi - Lead Vocals/Guitar

Besides replacing Vince Neil in Motley Crew, John Corabi was a member of the punk band Scream. Scream's album "Let it Scream" was released back in 1991. John was also featured on the Motion Picture Soundtrack to the movie "Encino Man" in 1992. For the summer of 2000, John filled in as RATTs Rhythm Guitarist's.

(2002) John Corabi has two new projects on the go. "Twenty 4 Seven" is a special collaboration with Ratt drummer Bobby Blotzer and Iron Horse/Obsession guitarist Robert Marcello. The album delivers a collection of 9 hard rocking/bluesy/melodic tunes.
Corabi has also formed another new band called "Zen Lunatic." The line up is: John Corabi - Vocals & Guitar; Stevo Bruno - Bass & Vocals; Jimmy D' Anda - Drums

John had also joined the line up of Nikki Sixx’s new band, Brides Of Destruction (formally Motordog and Cockstar), as second guitarist, but was replaced after recording a few demos.


 

Jamie Hunting - Bass

Jamie Hunting first appeared on the Jon Butcher album "Pictures from the Front" in 1989. That same year. he played on Eddie Money's 1990 "Greatest Hits: The Sound of Money". In 1990 he was in the band "The Party" when they released their self titled album.

In 2001 Jamie and Brent joined the band fronted by the other Motley Crew lead singer, Vince Neil, in his new solo project. In August 2001, John was fired by Vince Neil after having a "fight".

After the long "Rock Never Stops Tour" with former Motley Crue singer Vince Neil, Jamie is currently getting settled into a new home in Southern California. Once his studio is set up he's planning on putting down some new original material.


 

Brent Fitz - Drums

Brent Fitz, the fresh face of the band, Has only one other recording appearence to his credit, the "Forever Mod: Portrait of a Storyteller" which features such artists as Eddie Money, Eric Singer, Gibey Clarke, plus Bruce and John. Brent married his fiancee MARCI on September 24, 2000 in Las Vegas, Nevada.

In 2001 Jamie and Brent joined the band fronted by the other Motley Crew lead singer, Vince Neil, in his new solo project. In August 2001, John was fired by Vince Neil after having a "fight".


 

Bruce Kulick - Lead Guitar/Vocals

Jump back (click image) to the Bruce Kulick page for a complete history and discography of the former KISS guitarist of 12 years.

 

 

Union

Released: February, 1998

Spitfire Records

  1. Old Man Wise (Kulick, Corabi, Johnson, Kirkpatrick)
  2. Around Again (Kulick, Corabi, Coumo)
  3. Pain Behind Your Eyes (Kulick, Corabi, Coumo)
  4. Love (I Don'r Need It Anymore) (Kulick, Corabi, Coumo)
  5. Heavy D... (Kulick, Corabi, Coumo)
  6. Let It Flow (Kulick, Corabi, Coumo)
  7. Empty Soul (Kulick, Corabi, Coumo)
  8. October Morning Wind (Kulick, Corabi, Coumo)
  9. Get Off of My Cloud (Kulick, Corabi, Coumo)
  10. Tangerine (Kulick, Corabi, Coumo)
  11. Ronin's Song (Corabi)

Produced By: Curt Coumo, Bruce Kulick and John Corabi


 

Live In The Galaxy

Released: May 18, 1999

  1. Old Man Wise
  2. Around Again
  3. Heavy D...
  4. Jungle
  5. Love (I Don'r Need It Anymore)
  6. Man on the Moon
  7. I Walk Alone
  8. Surrender
  9. Pain Behind Your Eyes
  10. Power to the Music
  11. Tangerine
  12. October Morning Wind
  13. You've Got to Hide Your Love Away

Mixed By: Bruce Kulick and Bruce Bouillet


 

The Blue Room

Released: February 22, 2000

  1. Do Your Own Thing
  2. Dead
  3. Everything's All Right
  4. Shine
  5. Who Do You Think You Are
  6. Dear Friend
  7. Do You Know My Name
  8. Hypnotize
  9. I Wanna Be
  10. No More

All songs written by:
J.Corabi, B.Kulick, B.Marlette, J.Huntting

Produced By: Bob MArlette

Co-Produced: Bruce Kulick and John Corabi


 

Do Your Own Thing LIVE! - DVD

Released: March 2005

  1. Do Your Own Thing
  2. Everything's Alright
  3. Who Do You Think You Are?
  4. Old Man Wise
  5. Around Again
  6. Heavy D
  7. Star Spangled Banner
  8. Jungle
  9. Love (I Don't Need It Anymore)
  10. Hypnotized
  11. Pain Behind Your Eyes
  12. Power To The Music
  13. I Walk Alone
  14. Man In The Moon.

The DVD includes two UNION concerts: a full one from 2001 (just before UNION's trip to Argentina), and one for ESP guitars at MI from January of 2000.
Bonus Material
includes an unreleased UNION song called "Walking In Your Sleep", behind the scenes on tour with UNION, a photo gallery, and more links to all things UNION!

 

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