With the release of their iconic first single ‘Raspberry’ this year, the 1980s music scene has been reborn.
With this year’s ’80s party trend being the biggest in decades, and it being celebrated on a massive scale, the music of Cream Band was created in a way that was just as big and as cool as their hits.
What was the scene like in the 1980’s?
’80′s music was all about rebellion, experimentation and creativity.
People were always breaking rules and playing new music, making new sounds and making new bands.
But what really made it cool was that the music and the culture wasn’t really about rules and being cool with each other.
It was about rebellion and the spirit of rebellion was very different from anything else.
I think there was a big rebellion and creativity in the 80s, but the whole idea of being cool in the end, the 80′s, was very much about the fact that we didn’t have to conform, that we were able to break away from the rules.
There was a freedom of the creative imagination and a very bold and defiant spirit.
I remember one of the first shows I ever went to was a huge party called ‘The Love Boat Party’.
It was held in the ocean on a boat, and all the bands were invited.
The whole vibe was totally different, there was no setlist, no song order, just the music.
There were bands from bands like Pink Floyd, The Rolling Stones and Pink Floyd all singing songs about the love of life and how we all have the power to love and make the world better.
But I also remember being at a house party and the DJ was playing this funky, funky sound, so I started dancing to it, but there was this group of kids that were doing the same thing, and they were really, really into it, they were dancing.
They were doing a whole song called ‘I’m in Love’ about love, and I was like, ‘Why can’t you just sing that song?’
I was just a kid.
‘I love you, you love me, you can’t stop loving me’.
They were so excited.
I just got into the song, and the crowd started singing, and when I got up onstage I just started singing along.
It had just become a party, but it was also a celebration of all the different music and all of the different cultures that existed in the world at that time.
I had seen it on MTV and on the radio, and was just like, what is this shit?
But there was just so much love, all of these different cultures.
When I was a kid I loved this, this was what I wanted to do.
The scene was so wild, and there was such an incredible energy, so many different cultures and people, and music.
It seemed like the best place to live.
It wasn’t like a big city or anything like that, but a huge, huge party.
We had so many parties.
I was at a rave, I was in the studio with the Beatles, I went to a house festival, I had my first band.
It felt like an alternative to what I was used to, and also a very strange experience for me because it felt like the world was changing.
The music was very wild and different, but I also had a love for all these different kinds of music, all different kinds, and so much of that was in my head, it was a totally different kind of experience.
I wasn’t a huge fan of being a rock star or anything, so it was this big thing for me, but at the same time, it felt really cool, it didn’t feel like I was doing any sort of rock star thing, it just felt like, if I can have this, I can do that.
What is the history of the band?
‘When I was 18 years old I started working at a record store and I started getting involved in music.
I used to go to record stores, buy records, and make music.
At that point, I also started getting into bands, and started doing a little bit of touring.
So I did some shows and then I did a record deal, and then after that, I got involved in the club scene and then the hardcore scene and all that.
I went through a lot of different things in life.
I left school at 17 and then went to university and then then went back to school and I went back in and I just did what I loved doing.
When you start doing something, then you go, ‘Oh, this is where I’m going to be’.
When I started making music, then I was really into that and I had a really good time.
But at the time, I didn’t know what it was that I was into, I just kind of enjoyed it and I got into it and that’s how I ended up being in this band.
What’s it like working with the band in