THE CREAMERS Stick It In Your Ear cd 1991
Mom Watch T.V. / Trail Of Ruined Days / Cover Your Ass / Easy To Do Nothing / Long Year And A Half / Wonder Why / Artificially Yours / In A Lonely Place / Tell Me How It Is / Weight Of The World / Breakaway / Dead Weight / When No One's Looking / Martyrdumb.
Produced by The Creamers.
The Creamers: L. Poole: vocals / R. Saenz: rhythm guitar / R. J.: lead guitar / L. Keringer: bass / B. Deagle: drums.
"The Creamers were a seminal part of the "second wave" of the West Coast punk rock scene. They formed in 1986 in Los Angeles- after the demise of "X" and before the birth of Green Day.Their ten year career saw some members changes (see family tree on their Myspace), but always the band was famous for churning out their brand of Ramones style, gut twirling , ear-rupturing brand of punk rock.
The Creamers were also one of the first L.A. punk bands to feature "girls on guitar". Today it's taken for granted that woman can and do play guitar, bass and drums in rock bands - but in 1986- it was an anomaly. Additionally woman who tore it up vocally were just like unlikely. To quote Flipside Magazine: " Leesa G.'s vocals could sear the fake eyelashes off of Susanna Hoffs (of The Bangles)."
The Creamers live shows were nothing less than total mayhem.Bassist L. Keringer was sometimes called the "human ping pong ball". The band clearly enjoyed being on stage -always. It didn't matterif there were three people or three undred in the crowd. The Creamers always gave 120 % at every show. After ten years of touring and recording, Lisa G. disbanded the group in 1996, but the Creamers leave behind a strong legacy of vinyl and cd's (3 full albums: "Love Honor & Obey" (S. F.T.R. I.) in 1989, "Stick It In Your Ear" (Triple X Records) in 1992, "Hurry Up And Wait" (Triple X Records) in 1993 and "This Stuff'll Kill Ya" (Triple X Records), an anthology in 1994 and a bunch of 7'': "Sunday Head/I Think I'm Gonna Be Sick" (Fierce Recordings) in 1989, "Not Now No Way/Mom Watches T.V." (Dog Meat Records) in 1990, "Bob Kringle/Father Christmas" (S.F.T.R.I.) also in 1990, "Dead Weight/Stay With Me" (Triple X Records) in 1991, "He Needed Killin/5 Deadly Venoms" (1+2 Records) in 1996 & a 7'' EP "Two Olives (And A Bottle Of Gin)" (No Tomorrow Records) in 1996) .They have carved out an unusual niche in history as one of punk most raucous, talented and gracious coed accomplishments. In 2007 the Creamers' (mostly's) original line-up started jamming together again. Their 20 odd years of musical experience sharpening their songs and observations. If you love OLD SCHOOL PUNK ROCK with scalding female vocals, check back for new releases available from the Creamers coming to their Myspace." Source
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