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Roadrage
Cuccurullo roadrage
album by Warren Cuccurullo
Released 1998
Recorded 1994-96
Genre Pop, Rock
Length 9 tracks
Label Bandai Records
Producer Warren Cuccurullo
Warren Cuccurullo

Roadrage is a Warren Cuccurullo album released by Bandai Records in 1998.

About the album[]

Roadrage is a live album performed by guitarist Warren Cuccurullo which comprises of tracks recorded in Los Angeles, New York City, London, and Asbury Park, N.J. between 1994 and 1996. The album is the follow-up to Thanks 2 Frank and Machine Language, providing the rest of the songs Warren played in his solo shows from 1994 to 1996 (except for Zappa's "Chunga's Revenge"). The tracks "Road Rage", "The Beating" and "Whatever You Say, Mac" were all new in the March 1996 shows.

The album includes two Frank Zappa covers which are "Transylvania Boogie" and "Willie The Pimp", with an instrumental version of Duran Duran's "Ordinary World". Also included on Roadrage is "Suddenly Spring" which is a live solo acoustic piece performed for VH-1 in London, and ex-Kajagoogoo member Nick Begg performs bass on "Willie The Pimp". The album's artwork is by Nick Rhodes.

Track listing[]

278712 20012[]

All tracks written by Cuccurullo except tracks 2 & 6 written by Frank Zappa, track 7 written by Cuccurullo, Bozzio and track 8 written by Cuccurullo, Rhodes, Le Bon, Taylor.

  1. "Roadrage"
  2. "Transylvania Boogie"
  3. "Suddenly Spring"
  4. "Whatevery You Say, Mac"
  5. "The Beating"
  6. "Willie The Pimp"
  7. "In-Flight Entertainment"
  8. "Ordinary World"
  9. "A Little Exit Music"

Personnel[]

  • Warren Cuccurullo - Electric & acoustic guitar
  • Joe Travers - Drums (tracks 1, 2, 4, 7, 8)
  • Jerry Cuccurullo - Drums (track 6)
  • Wes Wehmiller - Bass (tracks 1, 2, 4, 8)
  • Nick Beggs - Bass (track 6)
  • Jon Keybon - Vocals (track 6)

Also credited:

  • Recorded live in Los Angeles (CA, USA), New York (NY, USA), London (UK), and Asbury Park (NJ, USA) between 1994 and 1996.
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