ROULETTE (Detroit) – Pull The Trigger ; Reloaded [Digitally Remastered Ltd. Edition] (2020-2021) *EXCLUSIVE*

ROULETTE (US) - Pull The Trigger ; Reloaded [Digitally Remastered Ltd. Edition] (2020-2021) *EXCLUSIVE* full
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Let’s welcome a new reissue label called Aqua Net Records. Aqua Net is an American brand of hair spray notable for its popularity especially in the ’80s, used by all rock n’ roll bands from the era, which derived into the so called ‘hair metal’. Yes, Aqua Net Records will be specialized into obscure, rare, hard to find albums / bands from the genre.
The label’s second release is this remastered reissue on CD of the rare recording from ROULETTE – not to be confused with acts of the same name, these guys hail from Detroit – titled “Pull The Trigger”.

This CD contains the tracks from band’s 1990 cassette-only release, plus some never released before demo recordings, so it was re-titled “Pull The Trigger ; Reloaded“.
During the late ’80s ROULETTE was one of the hottest bands that took that raw Motor City energy and combined it with chugging riffs and vocal harmonies n’ catchy hooks, merging hair metal with melodic glammy hard.
Strictly Limited edition of 300 copies.

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01 – Burning Alive
02 – Tough Break
03 – Best Of Me
04 – Too Bad
05 – Little Lie
06 – Much Too Much
07 – Change My Ways
08 – Over
09 – Sin Sin Sindy
10 – Freeloader
11 – Way Hot
BONUS TRACKS:
12 – One Down
13 – She
14 – Don’t Do That

Joe Moder – lead vocals, guitar
Pat Morgan – bass, vocals
Matt Jackson – guitar, vocals
Darrell Schneck – drums, percussion

 

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1 Response

  1. I Wasthere says:

    HAHA! Not really. I was part of the ’80’s ’90’s Detroit scene and these guys were nothing but a blip. One of many so bland bands, nothing stands out other than their desire to be like every other band. Hell, even bands as bad as Mommy’s Dearest/the Reign/the Big (talk about two stupid names after a really good one, as a result of the lame Prince/Morrison hybrid of a singer that joined the band late in their career) offered something slightly different. Meh……

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