REX CARROLL BAND – THAT WAS THEN…..THIS IS NOW (heavy blues) (June release)

THE HEAL (featuring Rex Carroll of Whitecross) album title tba  (October 2010)
www.myspace.com/rexcarrolltheheal

KING JAMES – THE FALL (remastered, new artwork, featuring Rex Carroll)  (June 2010)
Heavy and crunchy the way metal is supposed to be played!” …NoLifeTilMetal.com review of the original 1997 release
REX CARROLL & THE BLEED – TAKE BACK A LIFE (remastered, new artwork – formerly released with the 1997 album title “Ouch!”  Featuring Tim Bushong of Lovewar on vocals. This is excellent bluesy hard rock with amazing vocals and harmonies!  Wait ’til you hear our version of this classic album!)  Oct 2010 release date
In addition – look for an all-new WHITECROSS release and look for an all-new KING JAMES release sometime down the road!!!!
Retroactive Records and our staff we so extremely blessed to work with such talented and dedicated artists.  Getting a chance to work with Rex Carroll and promote his various bands is truly an honor!  And we look forward to 2010 being a HUGE year for us, for Rex and co., and most importantly – THE FANS!  THANK YOU for all your encouragement and support!
In addition – CDbaby has sound clips and album info and these new releases are now available at the following links!!!  These are available for purchase NOW….so help yourself to some classic hard rock and world-class metal!
DANIEL BAND – ON ROCK (COLLECTOR’S EDITION)

http://cdbaby.com/cd/DANIELBAND


FINAL AXE – BEYOND HELL’S GATE (COLLECTOR’S EDITION)
TITANIC – MAIDEN VOYAGE (COLLECTOR’S EDITION)
TITANIC – SCREAMING IN SILENCE (COLLECTOR’S EDITION)
ULF CHRISTIANSSON – ENTERTAINERS & SOLDIERS
DISAFFECTION – BEGIN THE REVOLUTION

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