Cream Pie - 'Dirty Job'

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Cream Pie - 'Dirty Job'

A collection of eleven no-frills gritty rock anthems.

Cream Pie are an Italian based sleaze rock band formed in 2006. Their sound is reminiscent of early Motley Crue and L.A. Guns, with a touch of Backyard Babies thrown in, more early 80’s punk glam than the later pretty-boy sound of Poison and Warrant. Self-produced debut CD ‘Dirty Job’ is a collection of eleven no-frills gritty rock anthems. Joey Florenz’s vocals are pitched between Faster Pussycat’s Taime Downe and Vince Neil. The production is very basic and bottom-end heavy, ( but what were you expecting, lush string arrangements and Mutt Lange style vocal harmonies?!) but occasionally the guitar solos of Florenz and Nikki Dick slice through the murk, and gives the sound a much needed boost. While some of the album gets bogged down with repetitive riffs and choruses, there’s enough life in tracks like ‘Long Leader’, ‘Tokyo Nightz’ and ‘Love Is Blind’ to please any fan of the genre, and shows Cream Pie could be one to watch out for.

Since recording the album, Joey Florenz has left the band, to be replaced by vocalist Rachel O’Neill and guitarist Phantom, and have been touring extensively through the USA. Purchase the CD from

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