Eric Carr Unfinished Business CD

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Legendary KISS drummer Eric Carr was an intricate part of the band for over 11 years. His powerful drumming rocked the music world through the metal eighties. Carr is still an influence on drummers and rock fans alike. This special 20th year commemorative CD release features over 17 rare Eric Carr recordings, including unreleased music, live performances, interview clips and more. Guests include members and former members of KISS, Twisted Sister, Seether, ZO2, Europe and more. This CD is a testament to a man whose personality and heart were as big as his enormous talent. Eric's spirit is alive in each and every song. Track Listing: Eric Speaks to the Fans Just Can't Wait Troubles Inside You Eric Talks About His Music No One's Messin' With You Car Jam 1981 Eric Talks About His KISS Audition Shandi All Hell's Breakin' Loose Dial L For Love Elephant Man Eric talks about Mark St. John Midnight Stranger Eyes Of Love Bill Aucoin Talks About Eric Through The Years I Cry At Night (Bonus track recorded 1967) Eric joking at KISS rehearsals.

Track listing:
JUST CAN’T WAIT – Eric Carr and Bruce Kulick
TROUBLES INSIDE YOU – Demo with Eric Carr on Drums
NO ONE’S MESSING WITH YOU – Early 1989 version of Little Caesar
CAR JAM 1981 - Remake by Joey Cassata of ZO2
SHANDI – From his 1980 audition tape, Eric Carr sings lead vocals!
DIAL L FOR LOVE – Written by Eric Carr in 1987
ELEPHANT MAN – Lyrics by Eric Carr
MIDNIGHT STRANGER – Written by Eric Carr and demoed by Mark St John in 2006
EYES OF LOVE – Eric Carr lead vocals
THROUGH THE YEARS – Compilation of Eric’s drumming starting at 17 years old
I CRY AT NIGHT – Eric sings with his first band, the Cellarmen in 1967

A project that includes many stand-out rare songs, demos and drumming recorded by Eric Carr. Eric's family, as well as others, contributed many of these amazing tracks from across the years.


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  • 5
    Eric Carr - Unfinished Business

    Posted by Kathy Elsie on 4th Oct 2019

    Yes, the music is dated, but it shows just how talented Eric Carr was and Gene and Paul should have given him more chances to prove himself and sing leads. I love the addition of the Cellermen song. He was talented even as a teen. Worth the money, so get it!