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Artist: Kuni

Title: Rock Vol. 1

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Kuni Rock Vol. 1 Album Cover

 

Category: Hard Rock

Year: 2011

Label: Tears Music

Catalog Number: 10020

Personnel

Kuni Guitars

Mark Boals Lead Vocals Tracks 1-3, 6-7
Anchang Lead Vocals Track 4
Asuka Lead Vocals Track 5
Gilby Clarke Lead Vocals & 2nd Guitar Solo Track 10
John Corabi Guitar & Backing Vocals Track 10
Chuck Wright Bass 1-3, 6-7
Dave Spitz Bass 4-5
Doug Baker Bass Track 9
Billy Sheenan Bass & Backing Vocals Track 10
Frankie Banali Drums 1-3, 6-7
Mike Terrana Drums Track 9
Eric Singer Drums Tracks 4-5, 10
Jeff Scott Soto Keyboards Track 9
John Purdell Keyboards Tracks 2-3 Backing Vocals Tracks 1-2, 7
Shinji Backing Vocals Track 4
Kihiro Additional Guest Vocals Track 5

Tracks

1.  Take Off the Masque  
2.  Freedom  
3.  In the Dark  
4.  Sweet & Danger  
5.  Metal Sister  
6.  Don't Turn Back  
7.  Miss You  
8.  Guitar Solo  
9.  Desert Sunset  
10.  Rock 'N Roll All Night  

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Existing comments about this CD

From: halfordhughes Date: June 22, 2013 at 7:10
love~Mark Boals~

From: MrMetal Date: July 8, 2014 at 19:18
With this being Kuni Takeuchi's most recent Solo effort to date (2014), it could've been a slightly above-average offering had the production not have been so atrocious and varying throughout. The rendition of "Rock N' Roll All Night" by KISS was also an embarrassment & sounded like a bunch of credible musicians goofing off with a classic song. With at least 16 guest musicians here, the result undoubtedly should've been far superior in all aspects. With that being said, there were some decent tracks mixed with some duds (especially the ones with Japanese lead vocalists), & sounded the way it was likely "cut & pasted" together throughout the recording process. Fans of commercial-edged LOUDNESS, KING KOBRA, KEEL, & ROUGH CUTT would likely appreciate what's on display here but not his best effort.


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