John Corabi – Live ’94 (One Night In Nashville) – Album Review

John Corabi,  lead singer of the band The Dead Daisies and at one time for a brief moment, he was the lead singer for Motley Crue.  He was on only one studio album and that was the 1994 self-titled album, Motley Crue.  When Vince was no longer in the band, the band reached out to John and bam, we got one of Motley’s most underrated albums.  It was a different Motley Crue.  A little more bluesy, a little more serious and a little more awesome.

However, ever since Vince rejoined the band, that 1994 album has basically been ignored.  When Motley Crue released their vinyl box set called “The End”, they omitted this album along with ‘Generation Swine’.  I was a little pissed.  I wanted all their albums on vinyl.

John Corabi decided to perform this 1994 Motley Crue album live for One Night only in Nashville, Tennessee (but toured it more than just Nashville).  Thankfully, he released it back in early 2018; however, I never found it on vinyl.

Imagine my surprise when I saw an ad for it on Facebook that mentioned he was releasing it as a very limited edition vinyl 2LP set and Bam!!! I jumped on it.  Hell, if Motley Crue wasn’t going to release it on vinyl, then this is certainly the next best thing…if not better!!  Now I swore it said it would be out in February, but it arrived on my doorstep just before Christmas.  That was a nice surprise.

First off, how limited an edition is it?  Well, it is only limited to 300 copies in a Red Splatter vinyl.  What # did I get?  I will show you…

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Poison – The Albums Ranked Worst to First

I have seen a lot of news on Poison lately.  Most notably, they are touring with Def Leppard and they were actually in town back on April 29th with Extreme & Jackyl.  I hate I missed it as I really would have loved to see Extreme…and Poison too!!

I then saw in the news where Rikki Rocket would love to record a new album, but he doesn’t feel fans want to hear anything new from them.  I then saw somewhere where Bret Michaels would love to do a new version of “Every Rose Has It’s Thorn”…but of course he would…he is a REPEAT OFFENDER!!

All this talk about Poison got me to thinking about their albums.  So, over the last week I revisited their entire collection and decided I would rank their albums from their absolute worst to their very best…or at least my opinion of that ranking.  They had 7 studio albums, but since one Live album had 5 new tracks I decided to include that one in the list as well. I will shut up now and get on with the ranking.

8. – THE WORST!!! – Hollyweird (2002)

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