Union was formed in 1997 when ex-Kiss guitarist Bruce Kulick, ex-Motley Crue vocalist and guitarist John Corabi, bassist James Hunting (David Lee Roth), and drummer Brent Fitz (Slash) united to form a band. Kulick left Kiss after they decided to go back to their original lineup, and Corabi left Mötley Crüe under similar circumstances.
Union released two studio albums and a live album. Union, recorded in 1997 and released in 1998, which featured two singles: "Old Man Wise" and "October Morning Wind". The CD was co-produced by Corabi, Kulick and Curt Cuomo. Union's second studio CD, The Blue Room, produced by Bob Marlette. The CD spawned two singles, "Do Your Own Thing" and "Who Do You Think You Are". The Blue Room Tour took the band through the U.S., Europe, Australia and Central America.
Now Deko Entertainment has teamed up with Blackbird Entertainment to bring you both of these albums as 180 gram colored Double LP Gatefolds (Limited to 500 copies), completely re-mastered, including bonus tracks, all-new layouts, and expanded artwork. If that's not enough, the Platinum Multi-Colored version (Limited to 250 copies) comes with a 10x10 flat autographed by the entire band!
This is the first time EVER "The Blue Room" has been available on vinyl and the first time since 1998 "Union" has been available. Don't miss out on this great collectible.