The Scream was an L.A. band that formed in 1989 as a band called "Saints or Sinners" (not to be confused with the band "Saints & Sinners"). The band landed a deal with Hollywood Records and released their debut album (Let It Scream) in 1991. Some of you may remember the song "I Believe In Me" from this album (which actually included a saxophone). Soon after the release of this album, vocalist John Corabi left the band to replace Vince Neil on Motley Crue's 1994 album. The Scream found a new vocalist and recorded a new album in 1993, but Hollywood Records dropped the band before the album could be released.
A few of you may also remember that the band contributed the song "Young and Dumb" to the movie Encino Man. We really liked this band. There wasn't much to separate many of the early 90's metal bands from one another, but that is not the case with this band. They mixed it up with ballads, funky riffs, a little bluegrass, and even some horns. The Scream Discography is as follows:
- 1991: Let It Scream