Roxanne (8) ‎– Burning Through The Night

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Scotti Bros. Records ‎– D25Y0243
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Notes

1988 MANUFACTURATED BY PONY CANYON INC., JAPAN. UNAUTHORIZED REPRODUCTION PROHIBITED. D25Y0243 STEREO Y2.500

Japan Edition of "Roxanne" album, with different title in Japan, and different order the songs

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout: D25Y-0243 1
  • Barcode: 4988013360037
  • Rights Society: JASRAC

Other Versions (5 of 12) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
BFZ 44086 Roxanne (8) Roxanne(LP, Album) Scotti Bros. Records BFZ 44086 US 1988 Sell This Version
834 599-1 Roxanne (8) Roxanne(LP, Album) Scotti Bros. Records 834 599-1 Netherlands 1988 Sell This Version
PCCY-00021 Roxanne (8) = ロクサーヌ* Roxanne (8) = ロクサーヌ* - Burning Through The Night = バーニング・スルー・ザ・ナイト(CD, Album, RE) Scotti Bros. Records PCCY-00021 Japan 1989 Sell This Version
INT 847.333 Roxanne (8) Roxanne(CD, Album) Scotti Bros. Records INT 847.333 Germany 1988 Sell This Version
KRECD023 Roxanne (8) Roxanne(CD, Album, RE, RM) Krescendo Records KRECD023 Europe 2008 Sell This Version

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foreverrock

foreverrock

February 2, 2017

After a year of touring in a van with no support from the label, The guys in Roxanne packed it in and went about living their lives as grownups. This cd is one of those rare finds of actual talent from the 1980s, it truly is a case of the what “Could have been”.
They sound like the most explosive, melodic, sleazy, powerful, and partying hard rock band (rock 'n' roll era 80’s) that the move was out of knowing at the time. Comparatively speaking could put them together with Danger Danger, Aerosmith in “Cherry Bay”.
Still another remarkable thing is the force that puts Roxanne live after few years is not reunited for a show that took place in Los Angeles and managed to bring magic to a mega event organized Vodka Club, where they left it in clear that the composer is the same quality level as the interpretation.
The hit? “Nothin ‘to Lose”, "Burning Through The Night" and “Man in the moon”.