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ROXANNE- "Stereotypical"

Californian  melodic rockers ROXANE return with their 5th work with the name."Stereotypical" .The band is back with their first album of new material in five years and second for Rat Pak Records. Stereo Typical features ten brand new songs from the quartet comprised of Jamie Brown (Vocals, Guitar), John Butler (Guitar), Joe Infante (Bass) and David Landry (Drums)The album is a fine example of melodic hard rock in the vein of THIN LIZZY and pre 87 WHITESNAKE. An album filled with giant melodies and the senses of musicality, simply let the listener want more of the muscular hard rock that represent songs such as "Looks like rain" (with Paul Gilbert) and "The cost of living".

Another fine example on how US breeds the new generation of melodic hard rock from the old guard and a band that besides the reminiscent with THIN LIZZY and THUNDER and curiously a long gone and overrated act STREET LEGAL..ROXANNE is. is a band that would have made Phil Lynnot crack a smile, watching the timeless effects of his musical legacy. When they don't worship THIN LIZZY, bands like BOSTON and FOREIGNER are their next option to get an influence and jam in the studio till songs like ."Until they do' have been produced. Give these guys a hug, they deserve it, big time.The new album also features guest appearances from Paul Gilbert of Mr. Big, Dug Pinnick of King’s X and Jeff Scott Soto to add extra depth to a muscular Hard rock album that loves the groovy 70s

.An album you didnt know but you have to listen to.


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