Black Eyed Bruiser is the second studio album from Australian singer Stevie Wright. (Ex-Easybeats). The album would be the Wright's final album released with production team Vanda and Young and record label Albert Productions.
After the success of Stevie Wright's debut album Hard Road and its lead single "Evie", producers Harry Vanda and George Young returned to Albert Studios with Wright to record the follow-up album.
The riff to “Black-Eyed Bruiser” is a recycled version of “You Really Got Me” from The Kinks. Vocally, Stevie Wright is basically Bon Scott. Rose Tatto covered this song in 2006.
“You” is another classic song, in the vein of “Knockin On Heaven’s Door” with a big “Hey Jude” ending written by Vanda and Young.
The lead single "Guitar Band" reached No. 13 on the Australian Charts and No. 8 in Melbourne.
This CD have Hard Road and Evie (3 parts) as bonus tracks