House of Color makes 8 (that I know of) color-change paints in the Kameleon Kolors line...KF01 (Red to Gold), KF02 (Cyan to Purple), KF03 (Silver to Green), KF04 (Green to Purple), KF05 (Magenta to Gold), KF06 (Gold to Silver), KF07 (Purple to Orange) and KF08 (Blue to Red). All of these paints change from a single color to another color (2-color change). As Halloweenking said, PPG also makes a type of color-change paint line called Harlequin. These paints change between 4 or 5 colors. I do not have the Harlequin chips in front of me, or I'd list them. Dupont makes the most comonly-used color-change paints. These paints are in their Chromalusion line. They change between 6 to 8 colors, and, if I remember right, one of these is called Black Cherry.
However, if you are looking for House of Kolor's WILD Cherry color....it isn't a "color-change" paint..it's a Kandy Kolor. That means that the color is just a tint (a semi-transparent color) that is used to tint another color. Look at it like this: If you paint a panel bright white, then you spray 1 coat of a red kandy over the white, the panel will look very light pink. If you spray another coat of red kandy, it will look a bit more magenta...at 6 coats, you have a very bright, very DEEP red. At 15 coats, you have a near-solid red color. Now, imaging putting a dark red over silver...after 6 coats, you get a very sparkly, dark red....or Wild Cherry.
Halloweenking is correct that an e-mail will get you what you need. But very interesting to most would be that the PPG's are somewhat better than HOK. Attended a show about 3 weeks ago where I chatted with a HOK rep and he said the PPG had a better product in the harlequins(quietly so his superior did not here him) I was shocked.
I'm not sure that you heard the rep right...or maybe the rep was a PPG Rep undercover...HOK's Chameleon paints are a 'color-change' paint that only changes between 2 colors (red-silver, blue-red..etc). The Harlequin paint line by PPG (as well as the Chromalusion paint line by Doupont) changes between 5 to 7 colors....VERY dramatic color changes. The Chameleon paint line isn't designed to be competitive with the Harlequin or Chromalusion lines. Just like the Marbelizer line isn't make to compete with the Chromalusion or Harlequin lines. The Harlequin and Chromalusion colors cost a bit more than the Chameleon, and they look nicer...as far as being better quality, I have worked with much of PPG's line, as well as Doupont, HOK, and Spies Hecker...and there isn't ANYTHING that PPG makes, in MY opinion that isn't HORRIBLY outclassed by the corresponding HOK product.