Holy Barbarians was a short-lived rock band formed during 1996, after English frontman Ian Astbury left his band The Cult. Astbury was joined with three musicians from the United States, guitarist Patrick Sugg along with brothers Matt and Scott Garrett. Together the band recorded one album, Cream. Astbury chose the name of the group as a referenced to 1959 novel by Lawrence Lipton of the same name
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Band: Holy Barbarians (UK) Album: Cream Style: Hard Rock, Alternative Year: 1996 Bitrate: CBR 320 kbs Archive: 113,57 Mb Tracklist: 01 - Brother Fights Holy Barbarians – Cream (1996). Nov 26, 2017 Hard Rock Modern. Band: Holy Barbarians (UK) Album: Cream Style: Hard Rock, Alternative Year: 1996 Bitrate: CBR 320 kbs Archive: 113,57 Mb. Tracklist: 01 - Brother Fights.
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
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