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Shortly after the breakup of the Cult, frontman Ian Astbury formed the band Holy Barbarians. Joining him for the band's first release, Cream, was Scott Garrett, who had drummed in the final incarnation of the Cult. Produced by Astbury and Matt Hyde, the album doesn't deviate too far from the previous sound. Unfortunately, the band definitely suffers from the absence of Billy Duffy to serve as Astbury's sonic foil. Guitarist Patrick Sugg is a melodic player, but his understated playing only makes Astbury's lyrics seem even more pretentious. Much of the album is mid-tempo, psychedelic-tinged groove rock. "Brother Fights" is a keeper, with Sugg's fluid guitar work, and "Bodhisattva" features some buzz-saw guitar and Eastern rhythms. "Opium" is Cream's standout track, with some lonely, twang guitar and a hypnotic rhythm. Nothing here is as memorable as Astbury's work with his previous band and this album is mostly of interest only to those hardcore Cult fans.

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The Greatest "unheard" Ian Astbury CD !!!!

This is a FIVE STAR CD for sure. I think this band's effort was just as good as the CULT, if not better. The sound is very Ian, but the music is a little deeper. The title track "Brother Fights" is genius, very CULT sounding. Once you get in to the later tracks you'll see that's it's not the same old stadium rock progressions,it has a little more pop feel. Check out "Magic Christian" my fav. This is a must have for any CULT or Ian fan !!!!

Cream is a really cool album to chill with

Brother fights warms up the rest of the album. Groovy Dolly Bird sets the tone for how truely different Cream is going to be and it is a nice song. Cream sounds very 70s lyrically and could mellow a speed tweaker. Blind is really cool and cornerstones the album. Opium seems to be the most popular song from this album but its average. Space Junkie is the David Bowie meets Mick jagger slugfest and it comes off pretty decent. She is an easy song to enjoy and my favorite of the cuts. You are there but I am here with a beer in my hands, great song. Magik Christian is tight and slow. bodhiattva is a totally cool song and really finishes strong.....

Need More Of This!

Simply incredible effort by Ian and crew. If you are a Cult fan this definitely doesn't disappoint! Wish this could have gone on to be a bigger album, without a doubt one of my top albums never heard of by the general rock fan. Well worth owning, dig it start to finish.

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