Adopting a Middle Eastern flavor to enhance her blend of classical and new age pop, Sarah Brightman's Harem continues her experimentation with thematic discs that began with 1993's oceanic Dive. These themes, while never dominant or original, are simply meant to enhance her brand of crossover just enough to keep listeners interested in hearing her next project. Harem accomplishes that feat by shrouding new age pop songs in a thin Middle Eastern veil that disguises, but never completely covers, Brightman's true musical identity…
Immediately get your hands on over 14 hours of hardcore, in-depth learning material that includes the entire painting process of the realism-fantasy painting Kings Harem, a work over 6 months in the making.
A seductive woman pushes three men to the limits toying with their sexual desires and male pride.
This is the second Rubber album, following quickly on the heels of their self titled debut last year. It signaled the change of style of Harem Scarem's classic rock roots, to a new modern rock sound, in the vein on the new breed of melodic pop rockers SR-71, Neve, Marvelous 3, Everclear and even Matchbox 20. The debut was a long way from the classic Scarem sound, but retained Harry and Pete's awesome grasp of a catchy tune and for those willing to take the step with them, was a rewarding and enjoyable record. On Ultra Feel the guys make a small turn once again. The album is still firmly planted in modern rock and is as always expected, full of ultimately catchy rock songs, but there is a subtle difference. This is a little closer to the classic sound of Harem Scarem.
Karma Cleansing is a 1997 album by the Canadian hard rock band Harem Scarem. The album was released as Believe in Japan with the songs "Cages" and "The Mirror" being replaced with "Staying Away" and "Baby with a Nail Gun". This CD - a mix between the polished melodic hard rock of "Mood Swings" and the dark, heavy flavor of "V.O.R.". Special edition of previously released Believe album. Contains alternative versions, remixes and previously unreleased track "Surrender" (Cheap Trick cover).
B-Side Collection is an album by the Canadian rock band Harem Scarem that was released in Japan in 1998. It mostly features all the bonus songs that were only available on previously released albums in Japan.
Weight of the World is a 2002 album by the Canadian hard rock band Harem Scarem. The mainstay of this album are the HUGE harmony vocals similar to Hysteria era Def Leppard or even the lesser known 80's band, Blue Tears, but with more of a punch.