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Artist: The Scream

Title: Let it Scream

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The Scream Let it Scream Album Cover


Category: Glam

Year: 1991

Label: Hollywood

Catalog Number: HR-60994-2


John Corabi lead vocals, acoustic guitar
Bruce Bouillet electric, acoustic, and lapsteel guitar
John Alderete electric and acoustic bass, backing vocals
Walt Woodward III drums, percussion, backing vocals


1.  Outlaw  
2.  I Believe in Me  
3.  Man in the Moon  
4.  Father, Mother, Son  
5.  Give it Up  
6.  Never Loved Her Anyway  
7.  Tell Me Why  
8.  Love's Got a Hold on Me  
9.  I Don't Care  
10.  Every Inch a Woman  
11.  You Are All I Need  
12.  Catch Me if You Can  

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Existing comments about this CD

From: Wade Date: March 9, 2001 at 9:20
This album is great. Corabie has alot of talent. I wish this band had more than one album. 10 (he was also good with the crue!)

From: T-BONE Date: August 11, 2001 at 9:49
I agree, but it still wasn't Crue with him singing. It was more like a suped up Scream! Great cd though and worth getting

From: WhiteLion Date: September 20, 2001 at 10:13
From a clean musical view this is on of the real "keepers" in the hardrock/rocknroll world! Great album and strong song. He sings better on the Motley Crue album though, if I'm allowed to be picky

From: Craven Date: February 11, 2002 at 8:22
This is not the only album. there is another unreleased, shame I can't remember what it's called.....

From: Charlie G Date: April 14, 2002 at 10:36
Good album..I'll give it a 7 in a scale of 10..I expected a lot more from John Alderete and Bruce Bouillet but it's OK...Cool tunes tho ..See ya guys

From: Tony Date: April 23, 2002 at 10:12
LOVE this cd. At the time played it constantly and really thought they were gonna be huge!! Cinderella meets Kiss meets The Faces!! Thought Corabi's voice was unbelievable and was stoked when the Crue got him. Too bad it didn't work out with that but this cd is just great bluesy rock-n-roll. This guy has been in 3 killer bands now without much success. Union's "Blue Room" should've been multi-platinum in a just world. Wrong time on the wrong planet....

From: TIM Date: May 10, 2002 at 18:42
I thought this would really suck because I hated Corabi with the Crue. I saw it on Ebay and forgot Corabi was in it. I realized it later and thought I'd made a serious mistake. This album is fantastic. The vocals and guitar are great.

From: d.a.n 69 Date: June 19, 2002 at 12:42
very sucks.the best song is father,mother,and son the rest is poor..listen band like [treat,220 volt,and poison just for the voice at bret...bret the best

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From: Blue Charvel Date: July 17, 2002 at 12:20
Obviously this disc kicks major ass, but in addition you can find the complete MP3's of this AND the unreleased second album on www.racerxband.com. Can't tell ya how good second disc is, still listening to it, so far it's pretty cool.

From: David Date: July 17, 2002 at 21:39
Their un-released second album is called "Takin' It To The Next Level" and the tracks are: (1)Ain't Got Nothing (2)Another Rock (3)Comin' Down (4)Get It Together (5)Good Lookin' Out (6)It's A Long Way Down (7)Kick Back (8)Kool World (9)Love Can Conquer Anything (10)Miss Thang (11)One Foot In The Grave (12)What You See. As Blue Charvel stated you can download both their albums plus a few cool bonus tracks they did for movie soundtracks at: www.racerxband.com

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From: Blue Charvel Date: July 18, 2002 at 6:24
To further the off-topic discussion, I listened to the second disc last night. KIcks butt although on a more funk-styled sound. Love the production, very crisp with a fat bottom end...like some of my ex-girlfriends...except much less demanding.

From: zakar Date: August 26, 2002 at 11:40
do you know that corabi is now ratt's guitarist?

From: Altay Date: January 5, 2003 at 19:37
yes zakar he plays guitar for ratt now.corabi is one hot guitar player besides singing ,but didn't like this ratt thing.as for the scream,great guys and great cd.i just bought this just for "you're all i need".jeff martin and ray gillen(r.i.p)sings too on this song.

From: jarett r. Date: January 19, 2003 at 7:59
i've heard that scott travis was in an early version of the scream, but left before this album to join judas priest. of course he was in racer x and hawk before that. matt sorum was also in hawk at one time.

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From: Whiplash1972 Date: May 31, 2003 at 13:34
Excellent hard rock disc. "Man in the Moon", "Father,Mother,Son", "Never Loved Her Anyway", and "You Are All That I Need" are my faves. If you haven't listened to this disc, go download it at: http://www.racerxband.com/scream.htm * Just a note that hasn't been mentioned here, Corabi is NOT the vocalist on the 2nd, unreleased Scream disc, Billy Fogarty is.

From: alexxx Date: September 19, 2003 at 20:05

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From: Whiplash1972 Date: September 19, 2003 at 21:07
100% agreed alexxx! Corabi is the f'n man! Whether it's with Angora,the Scream,Motley Crue,Union,ESP,Twenty4Seven,or solo,he's one of the best there is.Anything he does is reccomended!

From: Gar Date: October 26, 2003 at 21:00
This one's got a definite Cinderela vibe to it. Great no frills hard rock. Though nobody liked him with Motley Crue, there's no denying Corabi's vocal and songwriting talent.

From: steve Date: December 29, 2003 at 13:55
Brilliant album , really rocks! shame that it ended so quickly cos the potential was high.

From: madcaplaughs Date: January 21, 2004 at 14:48
Corabi is one the most underrated talents in rock. I loved the Motley album and loved The Scream even when they first came out. If you like this and the Motley record then I definitely recommend Union!

From: Mick@johncorabi Date: January 23, 2004 at 14:43
I love this album. This band needs to reassemble. Would of loved to hear what it sounded like when scott travis was still on drums(for the that heart beat of a second before the priest gig).

From: Date: January 25, 2004 at 1:27
this is flat out one of the best asskicking albums of the eighties. the songwriting is brilliant,corabi sounds raw and amazing,bruce,s guitar tone is crisp and crunchy. not really a bad cut on the album, the high points are - i believe in me, man in the moon,outlaw .this one needs to be played real loud!!!!!!!!

From: drummerfish Date: February 22, 2004 at 8:17
i was told john recorded "man in the moon" with another band BEFORE the scream.anyone know who? john was also good w/ motley.in my opinion its the way motley should of sounded.just not a good cd.vince just doesn't have that grit in his voice,but he fits with motley.i seen john with motley at the hollywood paladium.it was cool,i love the paladium but sad the band's sales reduced them to that level.

From: King James Date: March 21, 2004 at 20:13
With a name like the Scream I was expecting some great heavy screaming 80's metal, but what I got was just southern-metal. "Outlaw" starts the CD off great, but other than about 2 or 3 other songs the rest of the CD is just blah. A shame. Still worth having for metal collectors like myself though.

From: pronion Date: June 3, 2004 at 10:43
I got this cd yesterday and "Man in the moon" is the best song Ive heard in years.

From: Big Papa K Date: June 14, 2004 at 21:56
I had read that this was just a continuation of Racer X, with a new drummer and singer. The first three songs are good, but it gets patchy after that. Mostly for people who want to hear John Corabi before he went on to Motley Crue. 5/10

From: Rockhead Date: June 15, 2004 at 4:13
5/10??? This is a great album of Aerosmith styled blues rock. The songs are excellent with a very solid production. This is easily a 9/10 and the best album Corabi has been involved with to date.

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From: Blue Charvel Date: June 15, 2004 at 8:54
Really only tied to Racer X by the fact that Bruce Bouillet and John Alderete were in it. The sound is a total departure from the sweep picked, arpeggiated, neo-classical metal assault that you got from Racer X (which I also love...). From what I've read, I remember Bruce saying that this was more along the lines of what HE wanted to do, and while Racer X was a lot of fun this was the kind of music he really loved. Rather than repeat it, I'll just pretty much agree with Rockhead about the rest.

From: Geoff Date: September 2, 2004 at 0:17
I'd have to agree with a score around the 5 mark. Whilst the first track is a deadset killer, the rest really doesn't do much for me. I like Corabi, but much prefer him on the Motley Crue s/t CD. Overall, this is solid hard rock but after a blinding opener it falls into a pretty average category as far as I'm concerned.

From: WhiteLion Date: November 4, 2004 at 17:25
Cd is good , 7/10. Corabi's missing that something to get to the next level. not awsome , not great , just good.

From: Sven Pelz Date: May 6, 2005 at 11:52
One of the best sleazerockmoments of all time. Corabi is great.

From: z4roxx Date: May 6, 2005 at 12:42
Must be agree,it's the classic band that you must listen to many times before you say it's a great combo indeed.Corabi here is great and songs are all excellent and well played.Hy guys from z4roxx!!!!

From: Chad Date: May 7, 2005 at 21:52
Bought this one back when it was originally released and played it quite a bit. Corabi is truly the draw here. His voice is original and blends well with this music. There are some fillers here as the entire album does not shine. Standouts are: Man in the Moon, Outlaw, Believe in Me, Catch Me if you Can and Father, Mother Son. I would love to here Corabi in a club with just an acoustic guitar and all the songs that he has been a part of over the years. My guess is that it would be killer!

From: Trick Taylor Date: July 5, 2005 at 12:40
OK, does anyone know why Corabi is no longer in Cardboard Vampyres? 3 days before their gig in the Twin Towns and I see Eric Dover is now on vocals. That sucks.

From: aMetalhead1966 Date: February 1, 2006 at 12:39
Worth it for Outlaw alone...it does drag a little ...I mean the openin 'Outlaw'..damn that is a killer ...I wish there were a few more like that on here,But I still love this one.... 8/10.

From: Dante Date: September 5, 2008 at 8:02
Corabi is the man and this is his masterpiece! Nothing more needs to be added. Peace

From: metalalways Date: December 28, 2008 at 18:26
The Scream rocks John Corabi is much better in this band than he was when he replaced Vince Neil in Motley Crue too bad they just released this one CD they could've been huge i love Man In The Moon, Outlaw, Father, Mother, Son, Never Loved Her Anyway, I Beleive In Me kicks ass

From: edwithmj Date: January 30, 2009 at 20:51
Great CD. First seven tracks are top notch. I Believe In Me, Outlaw, Father mother Son, Tell Me Why, Man In The Moon are all classics. This one grows on you and I'm glad to say that I enjoyed it as I had never heard Corabi before this one. Bruce Bouillet from Racer X shreds through the whole album too. The addition of saxophones on some of the songs is a nice touch too.

From: rockhardrock Date: May 11, 2009 at 18:24
this record has everything you need-great ballads and pure 80s rockin songs (some are influnced with blues, others with funk). corabi has great voice and the whole band works great together. that could be one of the best hard rock albums from early 90s. my favs: Outlaw, Man in the Moon, Father, Mother, Son (awsome ballad), You Are All I Need and Catch Me if You Can

From: hair metal again Date: August 12, 2010 at 13:42
hair metal masterpiece right in the middle of this golden era of hard rock music.i can see no mistakes here.the sound is explosive,the guitars so groovy,vocs so sharp the production by eddie kramer amazing,the looks great.all the songs are very strong and my favs are "i dont care","outlaw","you are all i need" and "every inch a woman".got it back then and i was shocked.executive release

From: metalmaniac777 Date: June 15, 2011 at 12:02
The few awesome songs--particularly "Outlaw" & "Every Inch a Woman"--are the stuff hard rock classics are made of, but they only serve to punctuate how average the rest of the tracks are, which can result in woeful lamentations over how good this could have been. John Corabi has definitely got it goin' on in the vocal department though; this album's failings have far more to do with the songwriting than the singing. So, sure, there's some minor enjoyment to be gleaned from this CD, but aside from the aforementioned songs, nothing here is going to leave you screaming in ecstasy.

From: Metal T Date: December 1, 2011 at 4:19
This one was always a tail-kicker in my book.Bitchin' guitar and vox throughout.Ive always wondered why he never hooked up w/Bruce again and recorded another record? 'Outlaw' was one of the better openers you'll ever hear.

From: Wardy Date: February 19, 2012 at 1:04
Prefer the MC album and this hasn't aged so well, too much of it dabbling in the blues metal borderline honkytonk of the scene at the time the likes of Cinderella's 3rd and Tangier's 2nd and could have done with some headbanging moments... But the quality of material is still evident, highlights ManInTheMoon Outlaw and the ballads are class but the saviour is clearly those Corabi vocals pulling this one outta the average and into the pro ranks at the time. I mean taken for what it is this is a great listen but not the legs of say the others already listed. A record that was SO in need of a followup which was surprising didn't come about after the demise of the Corabi fronted Crue, woulda made sense if could've worked it in with Union. Regardless an album should be rated for its time and back when this even if not so unique Let It Scream was simply a great release worthy of your purchase. Rating 8

From: Doug Date: August 26, 2013 at 18:31
Was listening to this the other day. The first 3 songs are awesome; it drops off from there though.

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