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Live 94 (One Night In Nashville) (Bonus Track)
Live 94 (One Night In Nashville) (Bonus Track)
Artist: John Corabi
Format: CD

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Label: RAT PAK RECORDS
Rel. Date: 02/16/2018
UPC: 638647806121

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2018 live release from the hard rock vocalist. Corabi performs the classic self-titled 1994 Mötley Crüe album that he sang on after longtime Crüe vocalist Vince Neil stepped away from the role in 1992. "I love the way this record came out. I wanted something pure, and I think we've got it here!, " exclaims Corabi. Recorded live on October 27, 2015 during a stop on his Motley 94 tour, Live 94 (One Night In Nashville) documents the album in it's entirety along with the bonus track "10, 000 Miles" which was originally released as a bonus track on the Japanese version of the Quaternary EP. The Live 94 (One Night In Nashville) band is comprised of John Corabi (guitar/vocals), Topher Nolen (bass guitar/vocals), Jeremy Asbrock (guitar/vocals), Phil Shouse (guitar/vocals), Tommy Daley (guitar) and Ian Corabi (drums/percussions). The album was recorded live from The Basement in Nashville and contains no overdubs or backing tracks. The recording even includes two tracks of Corabi addressing the crowd about his time in Mötley Crüe."I have to congratulate the guys in my band for helping me do a live album with no backing tracks or extras!!! It's how it should've sounded live!!!, " Corabi adds.