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The Scream – Let It Scream


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John Corabi (vocals, guitar)
Bruce Bouillet (guitar, lap steel)
John Alderete (bass, vocals)
Walt Woodward II (drums, vocals)

Produced by: Eddie Kramer
Engineered by: Eddie Kramer
Mixed by: Eddie Kramer, Garth Richardson
Remastered by: Jon Astley

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Special Deluxe Collector’s Edition – Fully Remastered Audio – 8 Bonus tracks – Features John Corabi from Mötley Crüe and The Dead Daisies. 12 page full colour booklet – 4,000 word essay, enhanced artwork, new photos and new
Interview. The Scream album is a record that flew under the radar when it was first released, but has subsequently become one of the most respected and revered releases from the early 90’s. It represented a high point for blistering blues-based hard rock. But as we know, grunge engulfed them and others but at least they didn’t go down without a fight.
‘Let It Scream’ was recorded in LA. It was the product of an experienced line up that featured former members of Racer X and Americade, fronted by former Angora singer John Corabi. The band attracted the interest of a few labels and eventually signed with the newly-formed Hollywood label (funded by Disney). Produced by industry legend Eddie Kramer (Led Zeppelin, Kiss, Fastway) and originally issued in 1991, the album is a riot of riffs and thrills, with Corabi surrounded by the sort of thunderous mayhem that wouldn’t sound out of place on an Aerosmith, Cinderella or Skid Row record.
Although the album failed to sell well it did turn heads, not least of all Nikki Sixx and Tommy Lee of Mötley Crüe who, the very day that Vince Neil had left the band, placed a fateful call to Corabi encouraging him to audition as his replacement. Not unexpectedly he accepted the offer, leaving behind an impressive legacy before moving on to other projects, and eventually to join the Dead Daisies.

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