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Label: Fna Records
|1.||Times Are Changin' Version 432|
|4.||We Can Work It Out|
|5.||Merry Go Down|
|7.||Take the Night With You|
|9.||Times Are Changin' Version 879|
|10.||Blind By Belief|
|13.||Another Rose in the Garden|
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|From: MetalllianStallion||Date: May 6, 2013 at 21:16|
|3 releases in 2013 (so far) by a band that barely made a blip on the rock radar 21 years ago? This beats the band 'Legion' with 2 releases in 2012(call Guinness book of world records.) I'm guessing Roxy Blue's debut was on ice for a few years, as how could they get a major record deal circa' 1992? I remember the MTV video for "Rob The Cradle" on Headbangers ball, with Poole doing his Down-South DLR impersonation. Mike Clink (GNR) produced 'Want Some' which I thought was decent, but these guys blended in much more than they stood out (especially in 1992). Southern fried Tora Tora and South Gang did MHR (Memphis-Hard-Rock) much better, and ate these guys for lunch IMO. This stripped album that FNA dug out of the vault is pretty mediocre, as is 'Want some more' IMO. All 3 of these 2013 dated releases where being offered in 2012 from sleazeroxx.com, selling all 3 cd's prior to Christmas. If you bought all 3 you would get your own limited edition Roxy Blue guitar pic. A man can dream.|
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