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As mentioned before 'Loud Minority' gets the reissue treatment and so does their 2 follow-ups as well.

From Frontiers:

• CRAZY LIXX TO RE-ISSUE 2007 DEBUT ALBUM, "LOUD MINORITY" PLUS "NEW RELIGION" AND "RIOT AVENUE", EACH FEATURING BONUS TRACKS

• ALL THREE AVAILABLE ON CD/COLOR LP/MP3 ON OCTOBER 12, 2018

Swedish hard rock outfit Crazy Lixx will reissue their long out-of-print 2007 debut album, "Loud Minority" via Frontiers Music srl on October 12, 2018. In addition to the original 11 tracks found on the album, the reissue will also feature seven bonus tracks, including Japanese bonus tracks and early demo versions of track. Along with the reissue of "Loud Minority", reissues of the follow-up albums "New Religion" (2010) and "Riot Avenue" (2012) will also be available on October 12th, each with added bonus material on both as well.

All three albums will be available on CD, Digital, and, for the first time, LP. The vinyl versions will all be special, limited edition color versions. See below for details and tracklisting. 

Crazy Lixx vocalist and original member, Danny Rexon on the reissue of LOUD MINORITY: "The original pressing of 5000 albums was the only one ever made. We were on a small independent label at the time and even though the album was quite successful, peaking at #2 on the Swedish Rock charts, there was never any second pressing. The label ceased to be and we managed to buy out the rights for the album which we've now handed over to Frontiers. We're very pleased to be able to re-release this album a decade after it was originally out and after being unavailable for so long. Of all the requests we get from fans, this album has to be one of the most asked for." 

"When we started out in the early 2000's I never thought vinyl would ever be a thing again, but since it has risen in popularity it's become something of a bucket-list thing to get our debut album (and the other ones of course) out on vinyl, so naturally we're very happy to be able to reissue these on vinyl," Rexon concludes. 

 

Tracklistings:

+“LOUD MINORITY”

CD (Jewel Case) / 2xLP (180g, Gatefold, Red Color, Limited Edition) / Digital 

Hell Or High Water
Dr. Hollywood
Want It
Love On The Run
Make Ends Meet
Death Row
Heroes Are Forever
Do Or Die
Pure Desire
Boneyard
The Gamble
Bad In A Good Way (Bonus Track)
No Guts, No Glory (Bonus Track)
Do Or Die (Bonus Track - 2005 Single Version)
Dr. Hollywood (Bonus Track - 2013 'Country' Version)
Death Row (Bonus Track - Demo Version)
Bad In A Good Way (Bonus Track - Demo Version)
Love On The Run (Bonus Track - Demo Version)

+“NEW RELIGION“ 

CD (Jewel Case) / 2xLP (180g, Gatefold, Green Color, Limited Edition) / Digital 

Rock And A Hard Place
My Medicine (R.O.C.K)
21 'Til I Die
Blame It On Love
Road To Babylon
Children Of The Cross
The Witching Hour
Lock Up Your Daughter
She's Mine
What Of Our Love
Desert Bloom
Voodoo Woman
Lights Out! (Bonus Track) 

+“RIOT AVENUE“

CD (Jewel Case) / 2xLP (180g, Gatefold, Blue Color, Limited Edition) / Digital

Whiskey Tango Foxtrot
Young Blood
Riot Avenue
Fire It Up
Downtown
In The Night
Church Of Rock
Heatseeker
Sweet, Bad & Beautiful
Be Gone
Only The Dead Know
Red Hot, Red Blooded (Bonus Track)
Riot Avenue (Bonus Track - Acoustic Version)
Fire It Up (Bonus Track - Acoustic Version)
Sympathy (Bonus Track)

Line-Ups:

“Loud Minority”:
Danny Rexon – Vocals
Vic Zino – Guitars
Joél Cirera – Drums
Loke Rivano – Bass

“New Religion”:
Danny Rexon, vocals
Andy Zata, guitars
Joél Cirera, drums
Loke Rivano, bass

“Riot Avenue”:
Danny Rexon, Vocals
Andy Zata, Lead & Rhythm Guitars
Edd Liam, Lead & Rhythm Guitars
Joél Cirera, Drums
Loke Rivano, Bass

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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One of my favorite newer bands. I will buy the debut because I don't own it, but these reissues with one or 2 bonus songs I just don't have the money to re buy them.

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