Mood Swings cd cover

Harem Scarem

Mood Swings

Harem Scarem is one of those bands that I heard ABOUT throughout the 90's, but never actually HEARD. My loss. In 1993, when most bands were changing their sound to try to fit in or just plain going underground, Harem Scarem was coming into their own. As the follow up to their self-titled debut, Mood Swings was to be the band's quintessential release and one of the best albums of the year. Sadly, to avoid being pigeon holed the band continued to defy critics and fans alike by refusing to stick to the tried and true formula. As a result, the band continued to evolve, never to return to this style. But as a landmark of metal in the 90's no collection is complete without this one. --Scott

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Track Listing

  1. Saviors Never Cry
  2. No Justice
  3. Stranger Than Love
  4. Change Comes Around
  5. Jealousy
  6. Sentimental Blvd.
  7. Mandy
  8. Empty Promises
  9. If There Was A Time
  10. Just Like I Planned
  11. Had Enough

BAND MEMBERS & GUests

VOCALS: Harry Hess
GUITAR: Pete Lesperance
BASS: Mike Gionet
DRUMS: Darren Smith
KEYBOARDS: Harry Hess

RECORDING INFORMATION

LABEL: Warner Music
PRODUCED BY: Harry Hess
Pete Lesperance & Kevin Doyle
RELEASE YEAR: 1993
“We can sit here all night long and separate the right from the wrong, but love won't wait. Can'tcha say you believe in me? ”