Eric Singer Project

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Eric Singer Project
Also known as ESP
Genres Rock
Years active 1990s-present
Associated acts Union
KISS
Members John Corabi
Bruce Kulick
Chuck Garric
Eric Singer
Past members Karl Cochran

Eric Singer Project is an American rock band. ESP was founded in the 1990s by Eric Singer, drummer for such acts as Lita Ford, Black Sabbath, Badlands, Alice Cooper, and Kiss, along with it with Bruce Kulick (Kiss, Grand Funk Railroad) on guitar, John Corabi (Mötley Crüe, Ratt) on guitar and bass, and Karl Cochran on guitar and bass. Vocals duties were shared by Eric, John, and Karl.

As of 2007, ESP has released three albums and one DVD. The first album is an all-covers album, titled Lost and Spaced. Released in 1998, the album is hard to find and is composed mostly of studio recordings and demos. The second album (1999) is also an all-covers offering, titled ESP. The third album, ESP Live in Japan, was released in 2007, and is a live album. Chuck Garric replaced Karl Cochrane on bass on the live album. The DVD is titled ESP Live at the Marquee.

Discography[edit]

(1998) Lost and Spaced tracklisting[edit]

  1. "Set Me Free" (studio) Originally recorded by Sweet
  2. "Four Day Creep" (studio) Originally recorded by Humble Pie
  3. "Free Ride" (studio) Originally recorded by Edgar Winter Group
  4. "Still Alive & Well" (studio) Originally recorded by Johnny Winter
  5. "Never Before" (studio) Originally recorded by Deep Purple
  6. "Goin' Blind" (studio) Originally recorded by Kiss
  7. "Teenage Nervous Breakdown" (studio) Originally recorded by Little Feat
  8. "Changes" (studio) Originally recorded by The Jimi Hendrix Experience
  9. "S.O.S. (Too Bad)" (studio) Originally recorded by Aerosmith
  10. "Foxy Lady" (studio) Originally recorded by The Jimi Hendrix Experience
  11. "Twenty Flight Rock" (studio) Originally recorded by Eddie Cochran
  12. "Won't Get Fooled Again" (studio) Originally recorded by The Who
  13. "Snortin' Whiskey" (demo, studio) Originally recorded by Pat Travers
  14. "We're An American Band" (demo, studio) Originally recorded by Grand Funk Railroad

(1999) ESP tracklisting[edit]

  1. "Teenage Nervous Breakdown"
  2. "Four Day Creep"
  3. "Free Ride"
  4. "Still Alive & Well"
  5. "Never Before"
  6. "Goin' Blind"
  7. "Set Me Free"
  8. "Changes"
  9. "S.O.S. (Too Bad)"
  10. "Foxy Lady"
  11. "Twenty Flight Rock"
  12. "Won't Get Fooled Again"

(2007) ESP Live in Japan tracklisting[edit]

  1. "Watchin' You" Originally recorded by Kiss
  2. "Love (I Don't Need It Anymore)" Originally recorded by Union
  3. "Unholy" Originally recorded by KISS
  4. "Do Your Own Thing" Originally recorded by Union
  5. "Domino" Originally recorded by KISS
  6. "Black Diamond" Originally recorded by KISS
  7. "Oh! Darling" Originally recorded by The Beatles
  8. "War Machine" Originally recorded by KISS
  9. "School's Out" Originally recorded by Alice Cooper
  10. "I Love It Loud" Originally recorded by KISS
  11. "Power To The Music" Originally recorded by Mötley Crüe

ESP Live at the Marquee[edit]

  1. "Do Your Own Thing" Originally recorded by Union
  2. "Watchin' You" Originally recorded by KISS
  3. "Unholy" Originally recorded by KISS
  4. "Love (I Don't Need It Anymore)" Originally recorded by Union
  5. "Four Day Creep" Originally recorded by Humble Pie
  6. "Nothing to Lose" Originally recorded by KISS
  7. "War Machine" Originally recorded by KISS
  8. "Jump the Shark" Originally recorded by Bruce Kulick
  9. "Born to Raise Hell" Originally recorded by Motörhead
  10. "Free Ride" Originally recorded by Edgar Winter Group
  11. "Power To The Music" Originally recorded by Mötley Crüe
  12. "Black Diamond" Originally recorded by KISS
  13. "We're an American Band" Originally recorded by Grand Funk Railroad
  14. "I love it loud" Originally recorded by KISS
  15. "Domino" Originally recorded by KISS
  16. "Smoking in the Boys Room" Originally recorded by Brownsville Station
  17. "Jungle" Originally recorded by KISS