Giuda (2) ‎– Racey Roller

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Number 10
Back Home
Get It Over
Coming Back To You
Racey Roller
Tartan Pants
Don't Stop Rockin'
Speak Louder
Here Comes Saturday Night
Roll On

Versions (10)

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
DB 90 Giuda (2) Racey Roller(LP, Album, I'm) Dead Beat Records (2) DB 90 US 2010 Sell This Version
WZCD001 Giuda (2) Racey Roller(CD, Album) White Zoo Records WZCD001 Italy 2010 Sell This Version
DB 90 Giuda (2) Racey Roller(LP, Album, Imp) Dead Beat Records (2) DB 90 US 2010 Sell This Version
Damgood 400 LP, DAMGOOD400LP PROMO Giuda (2) Racey Roller(CDr, Album, Promo) Damaged Goods, Damaged Goods Damgood 400 LP, DAMGOOD400LP PROMO UK 2012 Sell This Version
FUNGO - 001 Giuda (2) Racey Roller(LP) Fungo Records FUNGO - 001 Italy 2012 Sell This Version
DAMGOOD400LP Giuda (2) Racey Roller(LP, Ltd, Gre) Damaged Goods DAMGOOD400LP UK 2012 Sell This Version
DAMGOOD400LP Giuda (2) Racey Roller(LP, Ltd, I'm) Damaged Goods DAMGOOD400LP UK 2012 Sell This Version
DAMGOOD400CD Giuda (2) Racey Roller(CD, Album) Damaged Goods DAMGOOD400CD UK 2013 Sell This Version
TKO ROUND 196 Giuda (2) Racey Roller(LP, Album, RE, I'm) TKO Records TKO ROUND 196 US 2013 Sell This Version
TKO ROUND 196 Giuda (2) Racey Roller(LP, Album, RE, TP, I'm) TKO Records TKO ROUND 196 US 2013 Sell This Version

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Disconutshot

Disconutshot

January 21, 2016
referencing Racey Roller, CD, Album, WZCD001
Review by Chuck Foster, The Big Takeover (U.S.A., September 2012)

http://bigtakeover.com/recordings/giuda-racey-roller-white-zoo

"After a slew of highly successful Killed By Death-style punk records, White Zoo change direction slightly with this powerful full-length debut from Italy’s premier glitter gods, Giuda.

Racey Roller is a time machine. The opening “Number 10” transports us back in time to Rodney Bingenheimer’s English Disco, when Joan Jett and Zolar X ran amuck to Sweet and Gary Glitter records. This is the tough glam of Slade delivered with the fat hooks of T. Rex for maximum wallop. It’s the roller rink on Saturday night, underage rebellion in full swing until Monday comes around.

This is ’70s debauchery at its best. Forget retro, this is the real thing. Take a break from punk rock anger and steep yourself in some true teenage nihilism. You won’t regret it."
saxonman1

saxonman1

July 24, 2015
referencing Racey Roller, LP, Album, I'm, DB 90
this is a very good throw back to the 70s, this record i bought a few years ago when it was released on the uk label damaged goods, nice lp on color wax, this band focuses on 70s glam basically but they sound like a crazy cross between SLADE, T REX, THE BAY CITY ROLLERS, THE VIBRATORS with a bit of STATUS QUO THROWN IN as stated by another reviewer here...................
pressuredrop7

pressuredrop7

April 18, 2012
referencing Racey Roller, LP, Album, Imp, DB 90

Working from the same glammy three-chord blueprint as contemporaries like Slade, T. Rex, Status Quo, and the Sweet, GIUDA take you back to a monumental by gone era of Rock N Roll. Specifically the early 70's pre-punk, glitter days when music was all about monstrous riffs, bousterous attitudes, high energy experimentation and fun. GIUDA take that same glammy, proto-punk foundation and fuse it with the grimy, tattered muck of bands like Eddie And The Hot Rods, The Pack, PVC and The Kids to create a timeless arsenal of glam injected, pub rock classics. Top notch glitter-fused, punk rock slop that has as much to do with the Faces and Slaugher and the Dogs as it does the UK Junk Shop bands from the '70's' like Hector, Plod and the Rats. Absolutely crushing Full Length here. Ex-members of TAXI.

LP AVAILABLE IN TWO DIFFERENT COVER EDITIONS: THE 'IMPORT' COVER EDITION AND THE 'I'M A GIUDA FAN'' COVER EDITION.
pressuredrop7

pressuredrop7

September 1, 2011
edited over 4 years ago
referencing Racey Roller, LP, Album, I'm, DB 90

Working from the same glammy three-chord blueprint as contemporaries like Slade, T. Rex, Status Quo, and the Sweet, GIUDA take you back to a monumental by gone era of Rock N Roll. Specifically the early 70's pre-punk, glitter days when music was all about monstrous riffs, bousterous attitudes, high energy experimentation and fun. GIUDA take that same glammy, proto-punk foundation and fuse it with the grimy, tattered muck of bands like Eddie And The Hot Rods, The Pack, PVC and The Kids to create a timeless arsenal of glam injected, pub rock classics. Top notch glitter-fused, punk rock slop that has as much to do with the Faces and Slaugher and the Dogs as it does the UK Junk Shop bands from the '70's' like Hector, Plod and the Rats. Absolutely crushing Full Length here. Ex-members of TAXI.

Epocal work, surely one of the top bands of the recent years. This album is a true masterpiece!