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Roxy Blue

Roxy Blue

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1
Silver Lining
Roxy Blue
3:57
2
Rockstar Junkie
Roxy Blue
3:27
3
Scream
Roxy Blue
3:55
4
Collide
Roxy Blue
4:56
5
Outta the Blue
Roxy Blue
3:03
6
Blinders
Roxy Blue
3:43
7
Til the Well Runs Dry
Roxy Blue
2:56
8
Human Race
Roxy Blue
4:21
9
How Does It Feel
Roxy Blue
4:33
10
What It's Like
Roxy Blue
3:04
11
Overdrive
Roxy Blue
3:45
Total Playing Time    41:40
Memphis, Tennessee hard rockers Roxy Blue are back with their first album of new material, 25 years after their now legendary debut album, Want Some, which is a classic of the late ‘80s/early '90s hard rock scene. Original members Todd Poole (vocals), Josh Weil (bass), and Scotty Trammell (drums) are now joined by new guitarist Jeffrey Wade Caughron. (Original guitarist Sid "Boogie" Fletcher has left the music business for a successful career in dentistry.)

"Roxy Blue fans can expect an explosive new album! I think the new record is definitely a different sound than the 1992 version of Roxy Blue, but not unrecognizable. The new record is much heavier, but still has some cool ballads and hints of early Roxy in there. I feel that it's a well-balanced record."
- Todd Poole
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