Category: TRIXTER

TRIXTER – Alive In Japan (2022 reissue) *Exclusive*

The purveyors of plaid return! TRIXTER headquarters are busy recording new material, meanwhile they are reissuing 2022 the album “Alive In Japan“. The CD (originally released in 2008 and long time out of print) captures the band’s fierce live energy at Club Citta in Kawasaki way back in 1993.
The band rose to fame at the end of the hair metal era as grunge reared its ugly head, but the band stayed true to the vision of delivering high powered melodic rock to fans. ”Alive In Japan” showcases Trixter’s strong catalog of hits and includes Billboard charting singles: ‘One In A Million’ & ‘Give It To Me Good’ along with ‘Road Of A Thousand Dreams’, ‘Rockin’ Horse’, etc, all much more rocking n’ heavy that the originals.
“Alive In Japan” is for naysayers who argued the band only was a studio wonder… just listen this album – no post-production trickery – Trixter simply rocks! And sound quality is million bucks.
Fans are also treated to two new songs (studio recordings from 2008): ‘You Got It’ and ‘When You Close Your Eyes’.
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TRIXTER – New Audio Machine +1 [Remastered 2020]

Remastered by the great Maor Appelbaum, TRIXTER founder Steve Brown is reissuing the band’s album “New Audio Machine” including a bonus track. Originally released on Frontiers Music back in 2012, the album has has been out of print for few years by now with used copies being sold for over U$D 150.
So Steve Brown, who owns the tapes, decided to re-vamp this very good album and make it available again via his label Brownstone Music with an improved, remastered sound.
After 20 years since their last proper, full length studio release, TRIXTER awakened with this….

P.J. FARLEY (Trixter) – Accent The Change (2020)

TRIXTER bassist P.J. FARLEY will release his second solo album, “Accent The Change“, through HighVolMusic.
In 2009, P.J. was asked to join up with Grammy-nominated female artist Lita Ford and toured worldwide with her for almost four years. At that time, TRIXTER had also reemerged to release two new studio records. P.J. and TRIXTER would continue to tour the world once again.
In 2016, P.J. released his first solo album, “Boutique Sound Frames”, in which he wrote, produced and performed all instruments himself. 2017 had P.J. join forces with Eric Martin of MR. BIG, touring Japan and the U.S., as well as being the backup band for comedian Jim Breuer.
P.J. continued to tour around the world while recording his second solo album, working with Detroit-based engineer Chuck Alkazian and RA frontman Sahaj Ticotin, who recently co-wrote songs with Nikki Sixx for “The Dirt” soundtrack.
“Accent The Change” range from melodic rockers in the vein of current Night Ranger, to classic rockers spiced with American power pop akin Kip Winger solo.

P.J. FARLEY – Boutique Sound Frames (2016)

Released by Melodic Rock Records, “Boutique Sound Frames” is the debut solo album by Trixter bass player P.J. FARLEY, who dives into eleven modern melodic rock tracks guaranteed to stay on high rotation on your player. Best known as Trixter member, where P.J. has manned the bass guitar position since the band’s debut in 1990, sure he hasn’t been one...

TOKYO MOTOR FIST – Lions [Japan Edition +1] (2020) *EXCLUSIVE*

We have here in exclusive the Japanese edition of TOKYO MOTOR FIST‘s new album “Lions” including a bonus track. The fresh record from this super-group will be released worldwide next Friday, and will rock your Summer with a stupendous collection of hooks and melodies. Tokyo Motor Fist’s self-titled debut scratched an itch for music fans who have been starving for...

Best Melodic Hard Rock 2017, #1 : TOKYO MOTOR FIST – Tokyo Motor Fist [Japan Edition +1] (2017)

Chosen by 0dayrox as the best 2017 Melodic Hard Rock release, this was our appreciation of TOKYO MOTOR FIST’s self-titled debut. End of the year / beginning of 2018, it’s time to recap about the best 2017 releases, by category. Awful band name for this new project, but boy, packed inside you find some of the most joyous uptempo Melodic...

TRIXTER – Human Era [iTunes version +2] (re-post)

Frontiers Music released the latest studio album from US melodic hard rockers TRIXTER, titled “Human Era“, following on the heels of the successful new millennium comeback album New Audio Machine. TRIXTER is returning stronger than ever here, delivering a collection of songs with a sound reminiscent of their earlier work which they were well known for in the early ’90s....

40 Ft. RINGO (Trixter) – Funny Thing [reissue +7] (2019)

Formed by Steve Brown & PJ Farley of Trixter while the band was on hiatus, 40 FT. RINGO released their debut album via a Swedish record label. Now it has been reissued with bonus tracks as “Funny Thing [reissue +7]”.Despite both musicians hair metal pedigree, 40 FT. RINGO style is more straight, catchy and energetic, their sound is playful melodic...

TRIXTER – Hear! [2018 reissue / Music On CD]

Long time out of print in Europe and quite hard to find worldwide, Universal Music and specialized Dutch label Music On CD are reissuing “Hear!”, the underrated second album from New Jersey melodic hard rockers TRIXTER. Originally released in 1992 when Trixter began a second North American tour opening for Kiss, the first six songs on “Hear!”, from the opener...

TRIXTER – Trixter [2018 reissue]

Long time out of print in Europe, Universal Music and specialized Dutch label Music On CD are reissuing “Trixter“, the celebrated first album from New Jersey melodic hard rockers TRIXTER.The guys created quite a fuss around themselves at the end of the ’80s and finally hit the record stands with their 1990 self-titled album. It was all great – MTV,...

TOKYO MOTOR FIST – Tokyo Motor Fist (2017)

TOKYO MOTOR FIST – Tokyo Motor Fist (2017)

TOKYO MOTOR FIST is the new exciting melodic hard rock project formed by guitarist/producer Steve Brown of Trixter and Danger Danger’s singer Ted Poley, and believe me, their self-titled debut to be released by Frontiers Music this week is a must have. Tokyo Motor Fist is exactly what you would expect from the talented pair from New Jersey: catchy and...