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Juan Croucier

Juan Croucier

Real/full name:
Juan Carlos Croucier
64 (born Aug 22nd, 1959)
Place of birth:
Cuba (Santiago de Cuba)


Cuban-American bassist, songwriter, producer & engineer. Though he was born in Cuba, Croucier grew up & still lives in California.

He began in 1973 & has appeared with a number of acts, but is largely connected with Dokken & Ratt (the latter of whom he rejoined in 2012). Croucier can also be seen with Dirty Rats, Liquid Sunday & Hard Rock All-Stars.


Bass, Vocals (backing) (1982-1992, 2012-present)

Dirty Rats



Bass (1977), Bass, Vocals (1980-1983)

1979 Sheila / I Can't See You Anymore (Single) Bass, Vocals
1980 Back in the Streets (Demo) Vocals, Bass
1981 I Can See You / Breakin' the Chains (Single) Vocals, Bass
1981 Young Girls / Paris (Single) Vocals, Bass
1981 Breakin' the Chains Vocals (backing)
1982 We're Illegal / Paris (Single) Vocals, Bass
1983 Breaking the Chains / Paris Is Burning (Single) Vocals, Bass
1983 Breaking the Chains / Felony (Single) Vocals, Bass
1983 Breaking the Chains Vocals (additional)
2006 Rhino Hi-Five: Dokken (EP) Vocals "Breaking The Chains", Bass
2020 The Lost Songs: 1978-1981 (Compilation) Bass, Bass, Vocals
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Liquid Sunday


Quiet Riot

Bass (1981)

Psyco Drama

1997 Bent Mixing, Producer, Engineering
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