Cold Sweat’s debut album ‘Break Out’ to be made available once again

Cold Sweat’s debut album ‘Break Out’ to be made available once again

Great news for Cold Sweat fans as the group’s debut album Break Out will be made available once again. A lot of work has apparently taken place for Cold Sweat to be able to pry the record from M.C.A Records, which was originally released back in 1990 and features Keel guitarist Marc Ferrari and The Fifth singer Roy Cathey.

The following message was posted on Cathey‘s Facebook page earlier today:

“After 27 years of inprisonment in the M.C.A Records vault I am happy to announce that Cold SweatBreakout” is FREE!!! Thanks to the hard work and determination of my manager Dave Tedder he manged to work through a maze of Red Tape and Stonewalling to get the job done!!! Also a HUGE “Thank You” to Marc Ferrari for getting involved and helping to take this entire thing over the Finish Line…Thank you Marc!!!

It goes without saying that I am extremely excited about this and will keep you all posted on what’s next. We’re obviously looking forward to releasing this in a proper manner for all the fans that never got the chance to get their hands on this classic release that I am so very proud of.”

Track List for Break Out:
01. Four On The Floor
02. Cryin’ Shame
03. Lovestruck
04. Waiting In Vain
05. Take This Heart Of Mine
06. Killing Floor
07. Riviera/Long Way Down
08. Let’s Make Love Tonight
09. Fistful Of Money
10. Jump The Gun
11. I Just Want To Make Love To You

Cold Sweat‘s “Let’s Make Love Tonight” video:

Cold Sweat – Let’s Make Love Tonight

Music video by Cold Sweat performing Let’s Make Love Tonight. (C) 1990 Geffen Records