Given by their name, Cream Abdul Babar incorporate a sense of humor to their brand of noise core. With a sound incomparable to Today Is The Day, Unsane, Karp, Deadguy on top of their own brand of discord, Cream Abdul Babar first got together with their original line up consisting of Ian Powell (vocals), Tradd Sanderson (guitar), David Sanderson (bass), Jason Caldwell (drums) and Dan Rozenblum (guitar) in 1994. Taking their home town of Tallahassee, Florida by surprise with their 1995 EP, Chlamydia Lunch, the band expanded their sound with the addition of trombonist Mike Hagerty. Making his debut on the 1996 split EP with I Guard the Sheep, Cream Abdul Babar followed through with a US tour and the full-length The Backwater of Masculine Ethics in 1997. Pushing the experimental boundaries even further with an added keyboardist, C.A.B. showcased their industrial overtones on their second album Buried In Broken Glass the next year.
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