DEAD ON CLUB contact info changes.

For more information on D.O.C. please contact:
sacguitarman@yahoo.com

DEAD ON CLUB getting hot in Europe!

New XXX artist the DEAD ON CLUB is  quickly gaining momentum in Europe mainly on the strength of airplay in several countries including Germany, France and Sweden. Check out their promo vid as the featured video on the XXX Records site  www.xxxrecords.com

MISS CRAZY in the studio recording new album.

MISS CRAZY is currently  recording in California for a new album scheduled for release in the next few months. More updates to follow.

Jeff Jones joins MISS CRAZY.

Guitarist and songwriter Jeff Jones, who’s previous bands included St. Elmo’s Fire and Vamp Le Stat, is now officially a member of Hollywood rockers MISS CRAZY.
It is a reunion of sorts with MISS CRAZY singer and guitarist Markus Allen Christopher . In the ‘90’s both musicians were in the hair metal group “Amsterdam” based in the Bay Area. Jones appeared on the “Santa Clara Syndicate” and “B.U.R.S.T “ albums as guitarist and writer.
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XXX Records Website Update

Check out the new and improved XXX. We’ve added new music, new videos and a online store you can access from the home page. Any song or album from our catalog can be purchased as a MP3 or CD through our partnership with CD Baby the worlds largest provider of independent music.

Dead On Club releases double album

D.O.C  has released their double album “FIGHT” on Dec 29th.

Vamp le Stat CD’s on Heavy Harmonies Best of 2011 list

Heavy Harmonies, “The Hard Rock and AOR Reference “on the Internet,

has just released their annual list for best rock albums of last year.

Vamp le Stat named to 2011 Best Album list

Making the list was XXX RECORDS AMERICA recording artist VAMP LE STAT. In fact the band was picked twice for both their “BLOODLINE 2: THRILL OF THE KILL” ,the sequel to the hugely popular  “BLOODLINE: RITES OF PASSAGE”, and concert album “MUSIC TO STRIP TO ’95 LIVE” .

Jeff Jones featured artist on Red Eye Radio Network in September

One the largest internet rock radio networks on the web, the Red Eye Radio Network has chosen JEFF JONES as their featured artist this month.

Red Eye has been a great supporter of XXX Records America since the labels formation earlier this year and continues to play in regular rotation tracks from ST. ELMO’S FIRE, VAMP LE STAT , KEESTER as well songs from Jeff’s solo albums.

Please visit Red Eye Radio to hear and see Jeff and learn more about one of rocks greatest radio networks!

 

NME Online Music magazine adds Vamp le Stat “Guns 4 Hire” video!!

NME, the world’s largest online music magazine has added  XXX Records artist VAMP LE STAT to their front page . The video is a live concert performance of “Guns 4 Hire”. The studio version can be found on “BLOODLINE (remastered and expanded version) available on XXX Records America. The link is

Vamp Le Stat \”Guns For Hire\” on NME

 

JEFF JONES-Rockhard ’86-’96 review in Rockingboy “..8/10..a collection of 13 stunning songs..”

Jeff Jones has re-released on his label XXX Records America several slices of his past. Including some records of the glam rockers VAMP LE STAT and from ST. ELMO’S FIRE. Under the banner of “Rock Hard ’86 – ’96” there are again some of the works of this American guitarist / songwriter. If you like, this record is a kind of Best Of ..  included are solo pieces, songs of VAMP LE STAT and  in particular ST. ELMO’S FIRE. This band was indeed founded in 1978 and released their last disc in 1992 .. There are four songs from it 1988 Album “Warning From The Sky”, 2 songs from the 1990 album “Power Drive” and 2 from the 1986 debut ‘St. Elmo’s Fire. “In addition to these pieces were also  3 more of VAMP LE STAT and their 1993’s release “Blood Line” and a song of Jeff’s solo album “Spaced. ” Also there is a demo version of “Breakin Out “.
“Rock Hard ’86 – ’96” is a beautiful collection of  13 stunning songs, which is due to  the talent of Jeff Jones , for he has always had raw talent for Metal / Hard Rock without frills or fanfare. Glossy fetishists are indeed at the wrong address, but every real Metal Head can  go into the time machine and make a dignified journey into the world of Jeff Jones – and there is a lot to discover. It’s worth it! 8/10 points

see also Spaced. Keester