Passion Roxx is an adult animated TV show about a LA glam band from 1986 that get frozen stiff by punctured cans of Aqua net Extra Super Hold & transport through time to 2022. WRITER'S NOTE: Never put on guyliner while driving a renovated school bus.
Filled with all the big hair hype and makeup madness, Passion Roxx will have you gasping, guessing & screaming for more! More Music! More laughs! More hairspray! More PASSION ROXX!
Lookey Here! Is it Passion Roxx in their mid-life crisis? Four old rednecks in drag? NO! It's none other than Steel Panther! The greatest rock band in history according to Weird Al Yankodich & RuPaul. Watch their Passion Roxx inspired performance of Cheap Trick's "She's Tight." Having the band's ultimate approval, Taz says, "We're so thrilled to be the sole inspiration behind this performance, except all the dialysis & bladder bag breaks!"
One question: Hey Taz! What about Robin Zander or Cheap Trick?
The Legendary Creem magazine has been resurrected by the Rock Gods that had created it, Passion Roxx. In fact, lead singer Taz insists that because of that fateful Aqua net ridden night back in 1986- we left the lifeline crystal"...like in Superman II; that gleaming crystal he left right before he bumped uglies with Lois Lame, then realized she was a skank and he went back to get it! Bassist Pete the Meat says they did leave the crystal; "...in a baggie underneath the school bus dash!" Nevertheless- According to Taz; "Creem magazine realized that Passion Roxx, just like the chain smoking cackler, Lois, realized that his mission was beyond his emission, It just all makes sense." Maybe to a pimp or a hooker. "Creem magazine owes us a debt of gratitude," lead guitarist Vic Andrews laments; "Since they are the coolest Rock n Roll magazine ever in the history of mankind, womankind, or any forbidden kind. It's only natural that they used the best influence! But hey, we'll settle for just a year's subscription."
These veteran rock-smith's have been hammering it all out the past year creating jams and grooves so edgy, so thick and juicy, you can only cut it with some razor sharp, focused hostility. Cocked full of dynamics, with attitude & style...and yes, even sounding urgently anxious at times; these raggedy jams possess pocket grooves so raunchy, it's greased up with anvil smacked riffs that will get you banging your head in no time. Dance, trance, apocalypse...then play the song, "Fate," just one more time.