Union’s two albums to be released on remastered vinyl

Union, the late-’90s band featuring former KISS lead guitarist Bruce Kulick and ex-Motley Crue singer John Corabi, is teaming with Lindsley Records and Blackbird Entertainment to license its two studio albums to eOne Music for release on 180 gram remastered vinyl in 2021.

According to the band’s post on social media, there will be multiple formats and limited color vinyl available, along with extras.

Union, which also featured drummer Brent Fitz (Vince Neil, Alice Cooper, Slash) and bassist Jamie Hunting (David Lee Roth, Vince Neil), formed in 1997 and released its self-titled debut in 1998, followed by the live recording “Live in the Galaxy” in 1999 and its sophomore studio album, “The Blue Room,” in 2000.

Although the band never officially broke up, Union has been inactive since the end of 2000.

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