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Sunrise on the Sufferbus
Masters of Reality
Sunrise on the Sufferbus
Genres: Pop, Rock, Metal
 
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Digitally remastered 2001 reissue of 1993 classic.14 tracks produced by Ginger Baker, Chris Goss & Googe.

      
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All Artists: Masters of Reality
Title: Sunrise on the Sufferbus
Members Wishing: 3
Total Copies: 0
Label: Capitol
Release Date: 2/9/1993
Genres: Pop, Rock, Metal
Styles: Progressive, Progressive Metal
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPC: 094632197627

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Digitally remastered 2001 reissue of 1993 classic.14 tracks produced by Ginger Baker, Chris Goss & Googe.

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One of the best rock CDs you'll ever hear
Studebacher Hoch | Portland, OR | 03/16/2007
(5 out of 5 stars)

"Yeah, I'm a big Cream fan. And most of the trio stuff those individual guys did after Cream's break-up (including the Cream reunion) had its share of pleasures and disappointments. But this CD - oh man - this is sheer perfection from beginning to end. First of all, Baker has never been better. Crisp, driving, swinging - always propelling the band forward without overwhelming the song or the other musicians. Rock drumming does not get better than Ginger on this album - and that includes anything Cream did in the studio. The songs are very well written - beautiful, melodious, and casual. Chris's vocal is a showcase of range and empathy - and everybody just seems to be so in the groove and having a great time. Whether you're into Cream, Baker, Goss, or Queens of the Stone Age, this CD should have massive appeal across age groups and musical tastes. It's damned near brilliant."
Best of the 90s and one of my favorites!
DeeBee | 11/26/2007
(5 out of 5 stars)

"I might have never discovered this great record if I had not been flipping through TV channels one afternoon with my roommate and saw three guys doing an acoustic jam on some obscure TV talk show. My friend said, "check the drummer out." It was Ginger Baker (we're both Cream fans) playing some cardboard boxes and a coffee cup. Pretty amazing stuff. Then he found the CD in a store and we both proceeded to wear the disc out for the next five years or so. We parted ways amicably and he took his CD with him. I hadn't heard it in almost a decade when I found it on Amazon and ordered it immediately. Still sounds as good as it did 15 years ago and even sounds great without weed! One of the best rock albums ever!

My iPod just got a little cooler."
A Staple
B. Lesnick | Omro, WI United States | 07/31/2006
(5 out of 5 stars)

"I have a way of looking at musical releases and their importance beyond the simple songwriting and studio quality. I like to look at the effect it has had on it's particular place in time and how it both reflected it and improved it. I still feel that nothing can compare to what Sgt Pepper did... but this one ranks up there in my list. Sufferbus came along at a time when commercial rock was anything but simple and straight forward. Yet that is what this did. It showed a stagnant industry whet could be done with sincerety. Those who were paying attention at the time will agree. This is an important part of Rock History. I will be Dancin' with the Witches 'till I am dead and gone."