Bruce Bouillet | Unspoken

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by Bruce Bouillet

Modern guitar instrumentals with live and sample drums, blistering solos, and a intense high energy feel that leans toward soundtracks.
Genre: Rock: Instrumental Rock
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Hot Rails
3:03 $0.99
2. Cracker Head
4:37 $0.99
3. Crucial Conflicts
5:08 $0.99
4. Unspoken
3:28 $0.99
5. Cruising Altitude
4:45 $0.99
6. Viva La 818
6:21 $0.99
7. Liars and Thieves
3:12 $0.99
8. Parade of Fools
4:13 $0.99
9. At the End
9:19 $0.99
10. Sleepwalking
2:51 $0.99
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Album Notes
former racer x guitarist. has played in various bands.....dc-10, the scream, epidemic, big sur, racer x, broadcast cycle, the bottom dwellerz in 2005 he produced recorded and mixed a grammy winner for the band Motorhead. currently located in los angeles ca. is part of the Bottom Dwellerz production team and band. just finished touring with paul gilbert, joe satriani, and john petrucci, on the us G3 tour and now releasing his first solo album of his career UNSPOKEN.



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Barry / NES

We've been waiting a long time to see Bruce Bouillet emerge back into the music scene with guitar work such at this. Released as he was coming off of G3 as part of Paul Gilbert's touring band, this material is certainly a reminder of why Bruce is a man unto himself. With blistering leads and swooning melodies, this album both shows that Bruce can still play with the best of them and that he is more than just a fretburner. The music is dark, but more in the sense of sadness than anger. Check out tracks such as the opening "Hot Rails" for speed, while look to songs such as "Crackerhead" and "Cruising Altitude" for an emotional well. Whatever you do, don't miss out on this sign of things to come!

Dan MacEwen

Thank you Bruce!
I was blown away by this cd! From start to finish this is the best music I have heard in years. I have a small number of favorite guitarists and Bruce just went to the top of the list! You need to let this music sink in and take you away, it's a great ride. Go for a drive and turn it up !

Sean Baker

Awesome Songs!! Awesome Guitar!!
This is Bruce' best guitar work to date....I've made Love many times to this cd!! Kick Ass!!

mr muttley

superb! a real return to racer x style shredding form.
superb! a real return to racer x style shredding form.
if you missed him in recent racer x albums then this should show what Bruce is still capable of.

Ridwan S Nugraha

Awesome guitar shred
The shred is still alive!! This cd prove Bruce one of the most scarry guitarsit on the planet!! I hope the guitar batle with Paul Gilbert will reign again!!!


Superb technical guitar,, a must-buy if you love the guitar !!
I give this CD an AWESOME rating for the UNREAL guitar work on this album. Bruce shows many sides of his mastering of his instrument, his blues roots mixed with an uncanny ability to shred with the best shredders in this world. He proves he's much more than just a shredder...his mastery of music theory is evident throughout every song. The CD single Cracker Head ranks right up there with Satriani's Surfing With The Alien, but will it get the airplay it deserves, it will if I can help it! The sound mix is unbelievable, you're able to crank this's got a crisp clean sound at extreme decibels. Kudos to the BOTTOM DWELLERZ production team for their efforts. I can only hope a US tour to support his first solo CD will follow. Bruce shouldn't wait long before he cuts a follow-up...his extreme talent is evident here.


Bruce is back!!
Finally Bruce Bouillet returns with a challenging album that takes off where Jeff Beck has landed.
Bruce plays tastefully, no self indulgence, and occasionally shreds like in his Racer X days.
Definetely not a Racer X follow up though, yet a great instrumental album with an industrial slant.
Check out the tight guitar/drums break at minute 3 of track 7!!


The album title Unspoken references only the absence of vocals in the 10 tracks of this instrumental rock album.

Starting with the first track, “Hot Rails” the listener is taken on a journey of pure imagery through a fluid, melodic balance of technique and emotion. This journey continues throughout the final track, “Sleepwalking”.

Mr. Bouillet demonstrates amazing dexterity, mastery and grace with the guitar while capturing the essence of the rock and blues idiom. His tasteful fretwork, mesmerizing melodies and rhythmic purity allows the unique and distinct qualities of the guitar to speak directly to the listener.

The title “Unspoken” and the simplicity of the packaging is elegantly understated and very fitting. Mr.Bouillet speaks volumes with the release of this solo album.