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Roxx - Outlaws, Fools & Thieves (CD)

Outlaws, Fools & Thieves
by Grigoris Chronis at 05 August 2006, 12:01 PM

You see the CD cover; you see the hair, you see the 'dress code', you see the body 'language', you see the logo lettering, you see the record label. In two lines' time, you conclude you should follow on reading the rest or not.
There was a certain fame vocalist Joey D'Angeli did handle the vocal duties in SKID ROW prior to Bach's arrival, even if his throat resembles to the style of ROXX GANG (huh, huh…), CINDERELLA and MOTLEY CRUE…and some of SKID ROW, OK. These vagabonds were raised in the 80s Glam scene, and - even if they lack originality - seem to get along with good loud hooks really well, raising question for why they did not succeed in a '$$$' contract with a relative label back then.
The guitar work is harsh, no keys and lovin' melodies are to be found, while the drinkin' 'party' feeling goes on throughout the whole album. Hmmm…wrong. The semi-ballad Give Up Your Heart sees this melodic emotional 'MTV future' hit style (remember POISON and KIX). As for the production: it really fits like a glove to the mean business of ROXX.
Ideal for all 80s glam/sleaze lovers, ROXX and Outlaws, Fools & Thieves can getcha rocks off. If you have enough money to take this one, too.

3 Star Rating

What's A Boy To Do?
Tell Me
Rockin Horse
Towing The Line
Give Up Your Heart
Pint Of Blues
Mr. Mean
In The Groove
Shy Away
Ball & Chain
Turns To Gold
In The Groove (remix)
Joey D'Angeli - Vocals
Franky Novello - Guitars
Randy Ferri - Guitars
Mark Scovran - Bass
Marko Socolli - Drums
Record Label: Perris Records


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