|#||Название релиза||Информация об aльбоме||Купить альбом в iTunes||Год издания||Лейбл|
|1||Victim 5||audio||iTunes||1989||Ode Records (2)|
|2||Let's Talk About It 6||audio||iTunes||1986||Half & Half Records|
|3||Cool'r 9||audio||iTunes||1989||A&M Records|
|4||Let's Talk About It 6||audio||iTunes||1986||Half & Half Records|
|5||Cool'r 9||audio||iTunes||1989-04-21||A&M Records|
|6||Victim 5||audio||iTunes||1989||Ode Records (2)|
Band from the Oregon area which included 3 members of the group [a=Pleasure (4)]. In 1982, the band started one of their first live-shows on a Thursday night at "The Rodeo Club," run by club-owner Larry Rice. Around 1986 they released their debut-album on Half & Half Records, and was followed by a second album in 1988 on Ode Records. They were inducted for the 2009 Oregon Music Hall of Fame at the Roseland Theater, and were joined on stage by [a=Jeff Lorber]. Lorber has previously recorded and performed with both Nate Phillips and Bruce Carter, another of the 2009 inductees. Carter, who passed away in 2006, was also Cool'r's original drummer.