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Album Review

Richie Sambora's second solo album Undiscovered Soul is a more ambitious affair than Stranger in This Town, finding the guitarist trying on a wide variety of styles. Not all styles are fit Sambora's bluesy hard rock foundation, but it's interesting him to try out blues-rock, power ballads, pop/rock, arena rock and Stonesy rock, even if he's not always successful. Sambora has a pleasantly bland voice and knows how to craft a hard rock song, even if he doesn't always come up with a good hook. The result is a respectable journeyman album filled with competent songwriting and fine guitar playing — just the kind of record that will appeal to his fans.

Customer Reviews

WOW!! This Guy Can Sing!

I am really into this guy's voice. I think Richie is very much an under-rated talent. He's sort of been in Jon's shadow (not that that's a bad place to be), but everyone should check this guy out on his solo efforts. I'd buy anything with his name attached after listening to a couple of his albums. Buy it - you won't regret it. Super talented artist. LOVE that soulful, rocker, jazzy voice.

could he get any sexier!?!

Richie Sambora has got to be one of the best guitarists ever. His vocals are not too shabby either. I think this album is his best solo effort yet. The best tracks are "all that really matters" and "Chained". If you're a ballad person, you will love "In it for love". Amazing. Can't wait for another solo project!!!! WE LOVE YOU RICHIE!!!!!!!:)

Decent Album, Better Than His First Solo Effort

Richie Sambora manages to improve on his earlier solo work in this album, but it's still no Bon Jovi. The highlight of this album is his fine guitar playing, but the songwriting and vocals are average at best. Sambora experiments with several different genres on this album, ranging from blues-rock to hard rock . The album shines on such tracks as "Fallen from Graceland" and "Undiscovered Soul" but falters on "You're Not Alone" and "Made in America". Overall it's a decent album, but one more suited for hardcore Bon Jovi fans.


Born: July 11, 1959 in Perth Amboy, NJ

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Raised in the humble, swampside locale of Woodbridge, New Jersey, Richie Sambora -- the gifted lead guitarist of the multi-million-selling rock act, Bon Jovi -- was initially inspired by blues-based icons of the 1960s such as Jimi Hendrix and Eric Clapton. Following a self-released eponymous 1980 hard rock album with an act called Message that he had co-founded with the late Dean Fasano, Sambora took a two-week trip to Los Angeles to audition for a place in Kiss. Although the audition was unsuccessful,...
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