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    ESP (ERIC SINGER PROJECT)
    featuring current KISS drummer Eric Singer, former KISS guitarist Bruce Kulick, singer John Corabi (ex-MOTLEY CRUE) and bassist Chuck Garrick (ALICE COOPER), are scheduled to perform at Stadthalle in Babenhausen (Frankfurt), Germany on April 30th.

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    Sounds like a cool band. Singer is a great drummer, Kulick ain't no slouch and I think Corabi has a cool voice (the CD he did with Motley Crue KILLS). Do they have record deal or is it just a fun side project?
    "You guys never forced your babysitter to put her dirty feet all over your back-bottom while you handled up onto a tattered quilt?" - Fake Greggo
    "I like to put peaches in my panties and dance around until my knees bleed, Chuck." - Fake Billy Tubbs

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    releasing Lost and Spaced in 1998, which was eventually re-released as a self-titled album a year later - featuring John Corabi on vocals and ex-Kiss bandmate Bruce Kulick on guitar (as well as an uncredited guest appearance by Ace Frehley).

    ERIC SINGER PROJECT / LOST AND SPACED
    ROCK HARD RH 0001-2
    OVERALL: 72%
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    Produced by: ESP & Curt Cuomo
    Eric Singer Project - or ESP (obviously) features Eric Singer (er, obviously) and his buddies Bruce Kulick, John Corabi & Karl Cochran playing a bunch of their old favourite covers by artists such as Kiss, Deep Purple, Nazareth, Sweet, Humble Pie, Aerosmith and Jimi Hendrix to name a few.
    Full marks to the guys for keeping this 100% authentic - this sounds like it was recorded in 1978. This is laid back, raw, rough and has a distinct 'live in the studio' feel. Kiss fans should get into it as well as Korabi fans, but I am not convinced the appeal will go much further than that. 70's rock fans should get a blast out of it though. Long live Bell Bottom's and disco balls!!

    http://www.kissfaq.com/discography/esp.html

 

 

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