John Corabi Previews Unplugged Version Of Motley Crue’s “Hooligan’s Holiday”

John Corabi Previews Unplugged Version Of Motley Crue’s “Hooligan’s Holiday”

October 9, 2012

John Corabi has uploaded a new rendition of “Hooligan’s Holiday”, a song that originally appeared on Motley Crue’s self-titled 1994 album, from his upcoming ‘Unplugged’ CD. The new album is scheduled for release on November 13th through Rat Pak Records and can be pre-ordered at

Best known for his vocal work with The Scream, Motley Crue, and Union, legendary hard rock vocalist John Corabi serves up a passionate, soulful dose of both new and classic songs on this all new acoustic release! ‘Unplugged’ offers five new original tracks, seven re-recorded classic songs, and in addition features an exclusive 2012 behind-the-scenes interview with John.

The album features John Corabi on vocals and guitar, Cheney Brannon (formerly of Collective Soul) on percussion, Topher Nolen on bass, D.A. Karkos on guitar, Matt Farley on percussion and former KISS member Bruce Kulick, who performs second guitar on “Hoolgan’s Holiday” and “Man In The Moon”.

Corabi recently announced that he touring Europe later this month. Visit and for a complete list of dates.

‘Unplugged’ track listing:
Love (I Don’t Need It Anymore)
If I Never Get To Say Goodbye
Aare You Waiting?
Everything’s All Right
Father, Mother Son
Hooligan’s Holiday
If I Had A Dime
Man In The Moon
Open Your Eyes
I Never Loved Her Anyway
2012 Interview (bonus track)

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