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  1. Aug 09,  · It’s guitar driven album with high-octane guitar shreds, where “Too Hot To Handle” crank up the heat, and the intensity is maintained through “Rob The Cradle”, “Main Attraction”, “Talk of the Town” (it sounds like it could have been on a Skid Row CD), and a superb cover of The Who‘s “Squeeze Box”.
  2. Want Some? () by Roxy Blue. Labels: Geffen Records. Genres: Glam Metal, Hard Rock. Songs: Too Hot to Handle, Sister Sister, Times Are Changin', It's So Easy, Rob the Cradle, Squeeze Box.. Members: Todd Poole, Sid "Boogie" Fletcher, Josh Weil, Scott "Scotty T" Trammell.
  3. Listen free to Roxy Blue – Want Some? (Too Hot to Handle, Sister Sister and more). 12 tracks (). Discover more music, concerts, videos, and pictures with the largest catalogue online at mondmilksevemengeotroxtunordovora.coinfo
  4. Roxy Blue were a fairly well rounded band, Todd Poole has a decent voice, Sid Fletcher is an awesome guitar player, and they wrote really catchy songs. The whole album is good, however, there is a tiny amount of filler on the record. My favorite tracks from the album are Luv On Me, Squeeze Box, Too Hot To Handle, Rob The Cradle and It's So Easy/5(28).
  5. Roxy Blue covered the hair spray hard rock genre with twelve cuts on their one 'n' only recording,Want Some?, from Ol' Uncle Sam approves of the cliche driven tracks and gets a handful on the side, as Roxy Blue hit on a variety of influences throughout the disc. Produced by the in-demand Mike Clink, Want Some?
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