Audio Dog - Bruce Kulick Reviews
Description:Genre: Hard Rock & Metal - Hard Rock / Artist: Bruce Kulick / Import / Audio CD released 2001-11-06 at Perris Records / Disc #1 Tracklisting 1 Pair Of Dice 2 Strange To Me 3 Change Is Coming 4 Need Me 5 I Don't Mind 6 Monster Island 7 Please Don't Wait 8 ... more
Newest Review: ... guitar solo, and could easily be considered a heavy love song. It is heavier than a power ballad, with an easy to sing along ... more
Customer Audio Dog - Bruce Kulick Reviews (1)
by - written on 16/01/12 (Very useful, 8 readings)
"Audio Dog" is the debut solo album released in 2001 on Perris Records by American artist, Bruce Kulick. The album features Bruce on guitar, bass and lead vocals, showing he is a man of many musical talents. There are four mind blowing instrumentals, all of which showcase his creative style. A person might think instrumental songs would take away from a rock album, but each of them is a showcase of just what Kulick is capable of producing. "Strange to Me", has heavy guitar work and a guitar solo, and could easily be considered a heavy love song. It is heavier than a power ballad, with an easy to sing along to (but not poppy) ... Read the complete review
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