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Album Review

Although Union features former members of both Kiss and Mötley Crüe, the music on the group's sophomore studio full-length, 2000s The Blue Room, bares little resemblance to either group. Despite neither being original members of Kiss or the Crüe, guitarist Bruce Kulick and singer John Corabi helped keep their respective bands afloat during turbulent/uncertain time periods for each act. Instead of focusing solely on good time, arena stomping rock & roll, Union runs the musical gamut on The Blue Room, as they get funky on "Dead," tread on riff-rock territory with "Who Do You Think You Are," and obviously studied the second side of Led Zeppelin III before penning "Shine." While admirable that Kulick and Corabi didn't merely rest on their laurels and create a Kiss/Crüe hybrid, there's nothing here truly as catchy or memorable as their work with their former bands.

Biography

Formed: 1996 in Los Angeles, CA

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '90s

Not to be confused with the early 1980s band Union, this Union is a Los Angeles-based outfit that recorded for Mayhem in the late 1990s and boasts former members of Kiss and Motley Crue. Formed in L.A. in late 1996, Union unites ex-Motley Crue vocalist John Corabi and former Kiss guitarist Bruce Kulick with bassist Jamie Hunting and drummer Brent Fitz. Serving as lead guitarist for Kiss from 1984-1996, Kulick held a position that had previously been held by Ace Frehley and Vinnie Vincent (who he...
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