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Artist: Roxx

Title: Outlaws, Fools, and Thieves

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Roxx Outlaws, Fools, and Thieves Album Cover


Category: Glam

Year: 2004

Label: Perris Records

Catalog Number: PER01382 UPC


Joey D'Angeli vocals
Franky Novello guitars
Randy Ferri guitars
Mark Scovran bass
Marko Socolli drums


1.  What's a Boy to Do?     Listen
2.  Tell Me     Listen
3.  Rockin Horse     Listen
4.  Towing the Line     Listen
5.  Give Up Your Heart     Listen
6.  Pint of Blues     Listen
7.  Mr. Mean     Listen
8.  In the Groove     Listen
9.  Shy Away     Listen
10.  Ball and Chain     Listen
11.  Turns to Gold     Listen
12.  In the Groove remix     Listen

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Existing comments about this CD

From: Carmine Rose Date: May 17, 2004 at 14:38
This album isn't one bit original, but it's good enough that they can get away with that. So don't be looking for anything new with this album. This is a great album.

From: ERIK Date: May 17, 2004 at 21:26
If this record was written and recorded 2004, then I must say I'm very surprised. It sounds very much like glam did in the late 80's. I would say that this is the best glam record released in the last ten years. Anyone disagree?

From: Rene Date: May 23, 2004 at 14:26
I have one album on cd by this band. DIAMOND&RUST, THE DEMOS 1985-1989. Not the best glam metal band ever but not bad.

From: 80sMetal1 Date: May 23, 2004 at 19:33
I'm from the NYC area and I used to hear these guys on the radio all the time. I don't have this particular album, but i have diamond's and rust so I'll review that one. Worth it for the first 3 tracks alone; Too Little Too Late could have been HUGE with the right record deal. Only beef here is that the production is kinda bad in some places.

From: Metalfreek Date: June 7, 2004 at 1:41
I got this recently, great CD , worth picking up, 1st song is a bit so-so, but the rest of the CD kicks face!! These guys should have been up there with CRUE, LA GUNS, POISON, etc. Great piece of NYC glam from way back when. BIG THUMBS AND MIDDLE FINGER UP!! LONG LIVE ROXX!!

From: ppfinder Date: July 11, 2004 at 18:51
Nothing new ??? But what the hell. Isn't this what we like? Pure Glam 80's style. Long Live the glam scene. A god album for 2004, and instead the big glam, hard rock bands it isn't a best of, a live record, demos, cut outs, etc... \m/

From: alex5150 Date: July 21, 2004 at 22:18
I just got this cd... and it's not bad really.. I like the song "Give up your heart" it's a great great ballad in the sound of the ones of warrant or posion or cinderella.... It's good cd. but not a top ten.... Cheers from Mexico!!!

From: Dan Friml Date: August 19, 2004 at 19:13
A great collection of recordings they did in the early 90's... Ball and Chain is awesome... Excellent disc!!!

From: Geoff Date: August 19, 2004 at 21:47
I love this band and am delighted to now own two albums from them. This one is more consistent than the debut and I prefer it. The songs are just great 80's stlye sleaze / glam / commercial hard rock. Killer stuff!!!

From: Dan Friml Date: August 27, 2004 at 17:11
Especially Joey D'Angeli did awesome job on it! he used to be a Skid Row singer before Sebastian Bach and I like his voice a bit better than Bach's... Does anybody know, if there are some Skid Row demos with Joey?

From: Daniel Date: October 16, 2004 at 5:04
a good record. and definately one of the better "re-releases" from a forgotten 80s-hardrock-band. i don't like all releases made by perris records, but this album is worth its money.

From: theus Date: January 8, 2005 at 10:50
excelente album con un glam muy ochentero con un power balada como lo es Give Up Your Heart bacano por ellos y ojala les valla re bien

From: BC RICH Date: April 18, 2005 at 16:43

From: ROBERT Date: April 18, 2005 at 19:10
Ahi Va La ostia Joder!!! ESTE NO LO TENGO!!! Y es d mi aņo!! 1989!! No me lo puedo creer!!, claro q es un estilo q no he tocado mucho, la verdad...Pero bueno, apuntado keda Saludos Barceloneses!!

From: 80sMetal1 Date: May 23, 2005 at 0:45
I've had Diamonds and Rust for a while, but I finally got a hold of this cd a few days ago and it just ROCKS!!! Anthemic choruses, big guitars; this is the way rock n roll should be! Rocking Horse would have been an awesome single, as would Ball & Chain and Towing The Line. The real gem here is Give Up Your Heart; I could picture this video kickin ass on MTV back in the day!

From: wyldside Date: September 14, 2006 at 12:10
One kick ass cd!!

From: SleazeBall 88 Date: January 17, 2007 at 18:21
Worth it for "Tell Me" alone! It's a great catchy song that puts a smile on your face. This is definitly a party album. The first 3 songs blew me away, but the rest of the album is rather mediocre however. It's pretty cheap on ebay so definitly pick it up if your a fan on old Crue, Pretty Boy Floyd, Poison, Warrant,, etc., but dont spend too much on it...

From: Maxi Date: April 10, 2008 at 13:19
Damn Great Stuff!! check out the opening track 'What's a Boy to Do?'..what a sleazy glamy rockin' track! i love this stuff..totally sleaze glam rock, must have item for a fan of : pretty boy floyd, alleycat scratch, crue diehard fans.9/10

From: rallen399 Date: November 12, 2010 at 10:17
I really like this one,its like night and day the difference between this cd and the 1st one.I agree there is not a lot of riffs we haven;t heard before but the play it pretty good.I don't know what they did between cd maybe they got a good producer or something.With this cd they should they deserve to be playing with the big boys.Recomended.80/100

From: metalmaniac777 Date: May 5, 2011 at 11:25
The band's name screams "80s!" like a neon sign glowing in a hot L.A. night and so does their pop-metal sound that is drenched in more hooks than their hair is drenched in AquaNet. This is as oldschool as it gets, a retro-cool throwback to the live-fast-die-young days of guitar-slinging outlaws and black leather bad boys. Any fan of Backseat Romeo, Finster Baby, or Jax would be a fool not to pick this one up. "Rockin' Horse" and "Give up Your Heart" would have been as big as Bon Jovi if released back in glam-metal's glory days. Not advocating thievery here, but some begging or borrowing would definitely be in order if that's what it takes to get your hands on this one.

From: metalmastermusic Date: June 26, 2012 at 7:37
Just got this one and I must say it is pretty good. It squarely fits in the late 80's erly 90's hairband era collection. Catchy hooks and raspy vocals make this one a great add to my collection!

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