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Cream House

Don't Touch It, Let It Drip

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Category: Sleazey hard rock

Year: 1993

Label: Chattahoochee Records

Catalog Number: CHD-711

Average Rating: 82 / 100 (6 ratings)

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Personnel
Chris Conte lead and backing vocals
Scott Waszak all guitars
Ron Baker bass
Shawn Alexander keyboards
John Pickerling drums
Tracks
1.  Spellbinder  
2.  Wishing Well  
3.  Rock Me  
4.  Carousel  
5.  Midnight Run  
6.  High Wire  
7.  Bitter Rain  
8.  Chain Reaction  
9.  You Kill, They Die, You Live  
10.  All The World  

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From: juan carlos Date: July 15, 2010 at 0:12
First comment and high ratings mmm.. sorry but this album is just an OK HardRock album for me. the singer has a bit annoying voice by moments imo. "High Wire" is the highlight by far. "All The World" reminds me of "Wait" song of White Lion, Good one!. 8/10

From: rick kerch vzla Date: July 15, 2010 at 0:43
IS OK FOR U BUT WHAT ABOUT IF OTHERS WANT TO RATE THIS HIGH???..ARE U BY ANY MEANS THE OWNER OF THE TRUE JC???..DON'T PAY ATTENTION TO THIS GUY JUAN CARLOS....HE LIKES TO THROW THE ROCKS FIRST AND THEN HIDES HIS HANDS....LIKE HE IS AN ANGEL...LOOK OTHER COMMENTS WHERE PEOPLE WRITE PEACEFULLY AND THIS GUY IS ALWAYS WITH BAD CRITICS TOWARDS OTHERS..LETS RATE THIS ALBUM A 100!!!!!

From: Metalboy Date: October 3, 2011 at 23:42
Yeah, this is one of the truly great Holy Grails of Hair Metal. Good luck findin' this even though the band will do another.run of a few hundred every once and a while. I wonder if it's the same Indy manufacturer too, because it's my understanding you can't really tell the difference between an original press and one of their later presses, cover included. On with the music: This CD quite simply is all killer, no filler. The best track by far is the opener, "Spellbinder", which sounds like a cross between Spike from London Quireboys and Roger Daltry fronting L.A. Guns but a little more original sounding, riff-wise. "Wishing Well" follows and is nearly just as Rockin'! Then comes "Rock Me" with just a killer piano intro and amazingly epic tunesmithing to follow. "Carousel", "Midnight Run" and "Highwire" are up next, "Highwire " being the absolute standout here. The power ballad, "Bitter Rain" is first class and instantly a classic! Same goes with the follow up. This ONE Rocks, kidz, no

From: Metalboy Date: October 3, 2011 at 23:54
... No doubt. Gotta compensate for character count. Any who, I just had to follow up as I was just listening to this once again from start to finish and had to throw in that the last track, "All The World's A Stage", is absolutely EPIC! 10/10, and there are 10 tracks on this list.

From: Metalboy Date: October 3, 2011 at 23:56
...on this "disc", not "list". Dang auto-correct is incorrect half the time! Apologies.


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