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 2023. 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!
"Here goes! Try to say it with me as fast as you can! ready?! FRAN, FRANK, FRANNY, FEEBIE, FRANDISCO DANK, FRANCISCO CREEPY, (Alright, alright...FranSisco with an "S!") Boy, I'd hate to be the one responsible for your headstone!"
Ever wonder why Passion Roxx is so funny? I didn't think so. Nevertheless, it's because of the fact that we stand by truths and not facts, er, uh, fact is stronger than fiction...rather, STRANGER. Don't take my word for it, scroll down a bit and listen in on the newest episode of Roadies n Rockstars!
Roadies n Rockstars host Pete Walker chats with longtime mates John Compton, formerly of the pop/metal band "Talon," and the writer/creator of the the animated adult TV show Passion Roxx; AND Cozel "C.C." Spencer, of the band B.S.O.L., who with a couple of members formerly of Skid Row and the Bullet Boys are a force to be reckoned with.
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." "It's only natural to copy the best! I'm honored," claims Roxx throatman Taz.
One question: Hey Taz! What about Robin Zander or Cheap Trick?
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.
This new video gem of a pop laced, infectious rocker comes as no surprise from these polished pros who perform as much and as many times as people put on pants...sometimes twice a day, they wear them tight, always schwetty, and usually find themselves in someone else's pants. "I wanna see how they look on me!" boasts Taz from Passion Roxx. Maybe it's a diluted transitory violation? UH-huh. Maybe transgenderitory?