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Pink Cream 69

Endangered

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Category: Hard Rock/Melodic Metal

Year: 2001

Label: Massacre Records (Germany)

Catalog Number: MAS CD0304

Average Rating: 83 / 100 (13 ratings)

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Personnel
Dennis Ward bass
David Readman vocals
Alfred Koffler guitars
Kosta Zafirious drums
Tracks
1.  Intro  1:06
2.  Shout!  3:50
3.  Promised Land  5:10
4.  Trust the Wiseman  4:11
5.  Don't Need Your Touch  4:26
6.  He Took the World  5:36
7.  Enslaved  4:10
8.  In My Dreams  3:41
9.  High as a Mountain  4:10
10.  Shadows of Time  4:23
11.  Pinball Wizard  3:28  Cover: The Who
12.  One Time Is Not Enough hidden bonus track  4:33
  
Total Running Time:  48:44

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From: Kim Date: February 26, 2002 at 4:29
..............again, PC69 makes and awesome cd. GO GET IT.

From: Glam Date: May 28, 2002 at 14:34
Perfect! Just like Sonic Dynamite!!!!!

From: Great Dane Date: March 2, 2003 at 21:21
Superb release.Highly recomendable. I really miss Sinner and Primal Fear on Heavyharmonies.

From: Balzs Date: April 6, 2003 at 11:57
This album is the best creation of the world ever. I never heard better than it. Fuckin good! I think the best track of the album is the 9th(& they're really high as a mountain!!). Finally I think the PC is the best group of the whole world. Hear them often!!!!!

From: jsc Date: April 10, 2003 at 20:19
:kill ing good!

From: GlamHellion Date: August 26, 2003 at 9:39
They've done it again! Following on nicely from Sonic Dynamite this is another killer record and my fave album from 2001! Not quite as consistent or rockin' throughout as Sonic Dynamite, but I doubt they will top that one! Plenty of great songs on this, awesome production once again, musicianship is awesome and again every song is totally catchy and extremely melodic! Can't wait for the next album, PC69 have really hit the mark with the last 3 albums and I don't think they can go wrong now!

From: Blaze Date: October 22, 2003 at 11:06
The Endangered is great but we have to wait too long for the Thunderdome (01-24-2004).

From: the cream Date: November 25, 2003 at 21:00
It is worth waiting for the new album " Thunderdome ". Believe me- I had the chance to listen to some of the new songs and they are absolutely great. I think this is their best album ever. BUY IT !!!!!!- ( Release date is January 24`th 2004 )

From: Blaze Date: December 18, 2003 at 13:56
Does anybody have the lyrics of the Queen of sorrow? Please send it to me: blaze_bb2000@yahoo.com

From: Reno Date: January 7, 2004 at 0:03
This album was good, but after hearing some clips from their upcoming album Thunderdome, I'm already blown away with it. It's going to bury all their previous cd's by far. Well...in my opinion anyway. On this cd, I like tracks 4 and 5 the best along with the cover of Pinball Wizard.

From: Karim Date: January 16, 2004 at 16:20
The Thunderdome is really better than their other albums.

From: Rycheage Date: March 30, 2004 at 0:07
A lyrically thought provoking band indeed, with a 'heavy as nails' approach to ram home the message. Their sound has a lot of similarities to Mike Tramp's outfit from a few years ago Freak Of Nature. 'Endangered' is modern, cutting, but with enough bursts of melody in there to dispel fears of a sell-out to an even heavier brand of rock.

From: Alex Date: April 21, 2004 at 13:07
Well, having listened to both this one and Thunderdome, I see no reason to think their last effort is much better than this one. I mean, this guys are EXCELLENT here, so are they in Thunderdome. I'd give'em both a 9.5-9.7. Thunderdome doesn't blow this one away because NOTHING can blow such an outstanding record away. You guys gotta get'em both, and many more.

From: Big Papa K Date: June 27, 2004 at 22:24
Another strong release by the band, but slightly less consistent. The Who cover is a waste, but tracks like "He Don't Need Your Touch" and "Shout" are among the bands best. 8/10

From: Rick Thunder Date: July 26, 2004 at 6:56
PLEASE LISTEN TO THE PROMISED LAND TRACK, IS EXCELLENT, ONE OF THE BEST SONGS I HAVE HEARD, PAY ATTENTION TO THE FEELING OF THIS SONG

From: Kip Date: August 29, 2004 at 18:08
I've debated with myself if this was better than Sonic Dynamite or not for over a two years. It's hard to say because it has some classic, vintage PC69 songs that are better than anything on Sonic, but this album also has a little more filler. Highlights include Promised Land, Trust The Wiseman, High As A Mountain and One Time Is Not Enough. The JAP pressing has a very solid tune Queen Of Sorrow worth seeking out. Brilliant effort once again by the awesome Pink Creamers. 9/10

From: Geoff Date: August 29, 2004 at 22:37
Of the four return to form albums, this is possibly my least fave, but I cannot confirm that at this point in time. It is an excellent CD full of excellent songs, but they all are. It's all great solid hard rock, and I love the hidden ballad too. Great track. 'Pinball wizard' is a strange cover but I love it. Another killer collection of songs.

From: Trick Taylor Date: November 29, 2004 at 15:44
Once again, mad props to T-Bone for turning me on to the PC69 thang. Where have they been all my life? This album is chuck full of melodic meets prog rock anthems. I think simple Maiden meets Queensryche at Van Purple's house. My only complaint is that some ideas on this should have been teased out more. "Shout" and "In My Dreams" seem to end too soon, losing chances to hit home runs. All in all this is excellent stuff I'm glad to now have access to.

From: Jimbo Date: February 12, 2005 at 12:54
PC69 takes a short stumble on this one, a good but not great hard rock album. The packaging is awesome, the cover of The Who's "Pinball Wizard" is a nice work-up of a classic radio hit, and the musicianship as always is way above average. But I'm starting to get kind of tired of the thick as molasses production here, not quite in the Black Sabbath wall of sludge mode, but it is creeping uncomfortably close to grunge. And Trick is right, not all the songs were polished before completion. 7/10

From: mauricio Date: November 13, 2005 at 16:37
hi-from COSTARICA,en mi opinion este es uno de los mejores discos de los PINK CREAM 69-ENDANGERED es muy atronador tanto vocal como instrumental,de veras ellos han conseguido sobrevivir y se han puesto las pilas haciendo estos discos hyper-melodicos.y se nota como DAVID READMAN le ha lavado la cara a un grupo que tendia a desaparecer en el 94, en si los primeros discos con readman no habian pasado sin pena ni gloria,pero se demostro cuando se quiere se puede como volver al rock melodico

From: mauricio Date: November 13, 2005 at 16:37
con electrified-sonic dynamite-endangered-thunderdome, si seor este endangered es colosal desde la intro dando paso ala melodica y tremenda shout con todo el volumen hasta arriba.no cabe duda que este es uno de los mejores grupos de rock melodico aleman.muy buenos temas bastante rompedores tales como 2-3-4-5-6-7-8-9-10-11 bueno bueno en fin los 12 temas, cualquier seguidor del rock meodico sabra lo que tiene cuando tenga este album en sus manos no te lo pienses dos veces y ve a comprarlo

From: mauricio Date: November 13, 2005 at 16:38
tu dinero sera muy bien gastado en lo personal a mi me gusta PINK CREAM 69 con DAVID READMAN,este tipo es mucho mejor que ANDI DERIS en fin lo que hace que darle mas pantalones a PINK CREAM 69.uno de los mejores discos de rock melodico del 2001-2002--RECOMENDADO y si no lo tienes pide ayuda con gusto se te dara la mano e-mail me (maujobarksott@hotmail.com)

From: elmomias Date: June 13, 2007 at 18:00
Pues a mi esste disco no me entra.Me parece repetitivo.Claro que para superar los dos anteriores es dificil.Me cansa el tratamiento de las voces.No estoy seguro,parece que la voz siempre est doblada,por lo que no hay contraste entre el verso y el estribillo.Tambin el sonido de las guitarras y la bateria me parece montono.Y las melodas son mediocres para lo que suelen hacer.No es malo,pero...

From: elmomias Date: June 13, 2007 at 18:03
Ah,y la portada me parece horrorosa.Este disco lo editaron un ao escaso despues de Sonic Dynamite,y creo que no trabajaron suficientemente las canciones(es una apreciacin).A partir de este disco ya no me han sorprendido ms.

From: metalmastermusic Date: July 16, 2008 at 11:52
Another good album , they really knwo how to churn them out. This one I woudl rate slightly behind Electrified and Sonic Dynamite. It's hard to follow up such superb albums. This one just lacks that diversity found on those two albums. Still a solid effort and worth having in your collection. 82/100

From: rick kerch vzla Date: January 21, 2011 at 13:36
Good album with good songs..."Shout" rocks,"Promised Land" solid sound along with "Don't Need Your Touch","Enslaved" rocks too,"Pinball Wizard" a good cover,another one of many & "One Time Is Not Enough" nice ending album song...88/100

From: metalmaniac777 Date: March 19, 2011 at 14:48
Well, color me pink and spank me like a newborn baby, but that remake of "Pinball Wizard" has to rank as one of the best cover of an oldies tune ever done by a hard rock band. Elsewhere, the songs are pretty much the same sort of quality stuff you've come to expect from the band, not quite awesome enough to leave your panties soaked, but still pretty darn good. A couple of throwaway fillers (most PC69 albums have them), but the good songs far outweigh the bad, and even the bad songs are given a strong boost by the great production. If you've ever worried that great melodic hard rock was going to become an endangered species, PC69 will restore your faith.


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