Due to musical and personal differences, singer Andi Deris left the band in 1994 to join HELLOWEEN and also to pursue a solo career. After auditioning various singers, Deris was replaced by Englishman David Readman, debuting on the band's 1995 album â€žChange". Recorded with internationally renowned producer Shay Baby (Bruce Dickinson, Scorpions) in Los Angeles, the album sounded surprisingly current and fresh. 1997's â€žFood For Thought" managed to combine the band's new direction with it's roots even better.
After the release of the live album "#Live#" in the same year, PINK CREAM 69 went another major step on. The band re-thought their actual musical strengths and re-adjusted their direction even more - â€žElectrified" (1998) saw the band one hundred percent back on the hard rock track! The album achieved rave reviews from both sides: fans and press. The impressive single "Shame" accompanied by a video has been followed by a tour in the special guest slot for the mighty Bruce Dickinson and his solo band. A very positive situation indeed that has even been topped by the following album â€žSonic Dynamite" (2000), which broke into the official German album charts again.
The band proved their excellent form once again with 2001's â€žEndangered" album before news emerged that guitarist Alfred Koffler suffered from Focal Dystonia, a serious disease that affected his left hand and his playing. For upcoming live shows the band recruited second guitarist Uwe Reitenauer to relieve Alfred's situation on stage. In 2004 PINK CREAM 69 released the aforementioned â€žThunderdome". The album again entered the German album charts and was touted by many fans as one of the band's best albums to date.
2007 marks the full force return of PINK CREAM 69. Strenghtened by second guitarist Uwe Reitenauer - now a regular member - the band delivered another brilliant piece of music: â€žIn10sity". A full blast of stadium hard rock power!