Bruce Bouillet Speaks With the Release of His First Solo Album -- Unspoken

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One of the most acclaimed rock guitarist of the 80's, Bruce Bouillet, announces his long anticipated solo album is finally here.

Hot off a tour in Japan , and just returning from the G3 US/Canada tour (featuring Joe Satriani, John Petrucci and Paul Gilbert), Bruce Bouillet of the Bottom Dwellerz, Racer-X, The Scream, Epidemic, Big Sir and DC-10 fame announces the release of his first solo album, Unspoken.

For the past 21 years, guitar virtuoso, Bruce Bouillet's amazing talent, song writing and production genius has contributed to over 73 albums. Now Bruce Bouillet is set to ignite the long-time faithful Racer-X fans and energize a new generation of fans with the release of his first solo album, Unspoken.

Unspoken is a modern instrumental rock album that blends blistering guitar solo's, fluid precision, and transcendent melodies, creating a high energy soulful momentum that begins with the first track, "Hot Rails" and continues through the final track, "Sleepwalking". Unspoken is not just an album that one hears its one that is experienced.

Bruce Bouillet is featured on 15 albums including Racer-X-2nd Heat, Extreme Vol. 1&2, (Shrapnel Records) The Scream- Let it Scream, Next Level (Hollywood Records), Epidemic- Epidemic, Dilemma (Elektra Records), Jeffology, (Shrapnel Records), Spacewalk, Salute to Ace Frehley, (Shrapnel Records) Bottom Dwellerz- Cracks of the Concrete, Mix Tape (Bottom Dwellerz Productions).

Production credits include, produced, recorded and mixed "Whiplash" Motorheads Metallica cover that won a Grammy for best rock category. Nintendo Madden 2003 Football game song, "Walk Away", WWF Wrestling, HHH theme song, TV Shows ranging from "Felicity" to MTV's Sorority house.


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