Subject: I have found a CD that I think you would enjoy
Nothing Is Scared
1998 album by band featuring ex-KISS member Eric Singer andDavid Glen Eisley. A full color picture disc, it contains 10original tracks, including 'Chasin The Dragon' and 'StillBelieve (Touch Of A Stranger)'. A USG/ Frontie... more »
1998 album by band featuring ex-KISS member Eric Singer andDavid Glen Eisley. A full color picture disc, it contains 10original tracks, including 'Chasin The Dragon' and 'StillBelieve (Touch Of A Stranger)'. A USG/ Frontiers Recordsrelease.
What Kiss should have recorded !
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Great sounding cd.A must for all Kiss/Sabbath fan with Bob Daisley on bass , Peter Scheithauer on guitars ,David glen Eisley on vocals and Eric Singer on drums.The songs are heavy as hell thanks the guitar riffs and Eisley's singing is so poweful.The rythm section is groovy and heavy it's the 70's vibe meeting the 90's agressivity.Not an 80's style cd but musicians who wanted to go forward and not 80's musicians who tried to be Grundge.They stayed true to their roots i love this record.Kiss/Wasp and Sabbath fans go buy it the others try it."
The Best Unknown Band - Powerful
J. Loncher | Buffalo, New York | 08/29/2004
(5 out of 5 stars)
"I have been waiting for a band that fits the voice of David Glen Eisley. These guys all seem to work great together. If you like it Loud Hard and Heavy, but so you can still understand the words while it kicks you in the gutt, Buy this one!!!!! When I feel like "cranking it up" I put in this one. If your any kind of Heavy Metal/Hard Rock Fan you have to get this one."
Good, but not what I had hoped for
Justin Gaines | Northern Virginia | 06/08/2006
(3 out of 5 stars)
"Given the players involved - Bob Daisley, Eric Singer, and of course David Glen Eisley - I expected a bit more from Stream. The band's 1999 album Nothing is Sacred is a solid hard rock album, but it is decidedly unmelodic. I wasn't necessarily expecting it to sound like a Giuffria album, but I thought that with Eisley on vocals it would have some more melodic elements.
That being said, Nothing is Sacred is still a good hard rock album. The band makes no attempt to imitate grunge or nu-metal, instead concentrating on hard driving, heavy rock & roll. Good stuff, but not all that memorable. You probably won't find yourself humming a Stream tune after listening to the album.