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Artist: Roxy Blue

Title: Roxy Blue

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Category: Hard Rock

Year: 2019

Label: Frontiers Records

Catalog Number: FRCD981

Personnel

Todd Poole vocals, guitar, keyboards
Scott Trammell drums
Josh Weil bass
Jeff Caughron guitar

Tracks

1.  Silver Lining     Listen
2.  Rockstar Junkie     Listen
3.  Scream     Listen
4.  Collide     Listen
5.  Outta the Blue     Listen
6.  Blinders     Listen
7.  Til the Well Runs Dry     Listen
8.  Human Race     Listen
9.  How Does It Feel     Listen
10.  What It's Like     Listen
11.  Overdrive     Listen

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From: MetalllianStallion Date: August 22, 2019 at 1:52
This band was on borrowed time with their debut in (1992) on the tail of the tail end of pre-grunge. Then after 21 years of silence until (2013) when the band released 3 albums simultaneously of old unreleased (so/so material. Now it's 27 years since their debut, and since this album is self titled does that mean the dreaded "rediscovered" our style applies? O yess (Don't Want Some) This all new material release has nothing in common with 80's MHR/Glam style, except the band name. I saw a review of Poole's vocals that sums its up."Ruff and gruff, raw and raspy, a mouthful of street cinders washed down by bottom shelf Kentucky bourbon." This is a heavy modern rock tinged album that is also bottom shelf IMO, and should have been released under a different band name. ROXY BLUE - Rockstar Junkie (2019) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rcbUDXw8euM

From: CC Date: July 8, 2020 at 14:45
Releasing this as a Roxy Blue album is like me claiming one of my turds is a gourmet meal, just because what made it once was. I get that peoples voices change somewhat with age, but this sounds as much like Roxy Blue as Metallica sounds like Billy Idol. This turgid mess should never have been released under this name.

From: CC Date: June 28, 2022 at 13:04
Two years later I have decided to give this another go with a more open mind (knowing not to expect classic Roxy Blue). Obviously if you compare it to their debut it is gonna be a let down, but what I took from this second time around is it is not a great but not a terrible album if you like stuff like Velvet Revolver (that is who it most reminds me of). While similar in sound it really lacks the hooks of the afore mentioned band. So yeah, not really one for RB fans but may appeal to fans of bands like VR

From: Rob Rocker Date: July 5, 2022 at 17:47
This is definitely not the same "80's style" as the debut, but I wouldn't call it "modern" either? Imo, this sounds like a late 90's alterna-rock album. I don't have a problem with bands growing/changing, but in this case the songs are weak/forgettable. I thought?, I read somewhere that these songs were from a completely different band/project that Todd Poole had, and that Frontiers Records basically told him they would releases it "if" they agreed to slap the "Roxy Blue" name on it.


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