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Angel City Outcasts

Deadrose Junction

Sailor's Grave 9

Released on June 6, 2006


From the sidewalk outside any venue A.C.O. plays in, the band’s boisterous street call, “I’m an ANGEL CITY OUTCAST!” spills through the cracks in the doors as the entire crowd sings along with the band’s theme song. Since forming in 2002, ANGEL CITY OUTCASTS have been writing anthems for Punk’s newest generation. This young, hard rocking quintet from the notorious city of Los Angeles has been quickly coming up as one of L.A.’s top street-rock acts. The band, Alex Brugge (lead vocals), Alex Zabolotsky (bass), Tak Boroyan (lead guitar, vocals), Bob Zamudio (rhythm guitar) and Ryan “Scotchy” Markley (drums), had all been friends for years. However, when this group of talented musicians came together and flexed their instruments, sheer creative chemistry was set a blaze.

ANGEL CITY OUTCASTS combine aspects from all of their favorite musical styles and genres, which includes classic punk, hardcore, country / rockabilly and hard rock, creating a unique sound that can loosely be referred to as Street-Punk-Rock-And- Roll. Their loud and up beat music infuses the urgency and intensity of punk, with the lyrical storytelling of JOHNNY CASH, and wailing heavy metal/rock and roll guitar riffs and leads in the vein of bands like AC/DC and GUNS ‘N ROSES. Besides the bands incredible instrumental and vocal abilities, their stage presence only amplifies their appeal as these charismatic lads interact with the audience through call and response choruses, jokes and last song requests. Through constant touring A.C.O. have acquired a loyal and dedicated following in much of the United States and are receiving constant requests to visit other parts of the world.

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Average Customer Rating: 5 with 6 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Made For This  13%
2 Down Spiral  13%
3 Rev It Up, Turn It Loose Voted #3  15%
4 Outcast Rock N Roll  8%
5 Sunset Sultan  0%
6 Breakout  4%
7 Bleeding Heart Saloon  0%
8 Horns N Halos Voted #1  23%
9 Cutthroat Voted #2  21%
10 Where I Belong  0%
11 Take The Town  0%
12 Ten After Midnight  0%
13 Word To The Wise  2%
14 No One Alone  2%
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Nora from Joliet, IL 
Mar 4 2010 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Real, real good album. I don't know what else to say other than that. Just buy the record, play it really loud. Spread the word.

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Richard from Fredericksburg, VA 
Mar 23 2007 Rating: 5/5 Stars

this is an awesome cd from an awesome band. anyone who's fed up with guns n roses should turn to these guys to fulfill your quota of awesome rock n roll. and those who also like social d, dropkick murphys, black halos, and the like should also get in on this!

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Martin from Québec, Canada 
Oct 15 2006 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Sailor's grave records put some damn good shit and Angel City Outcasts is no exeptions! Fans of STREET DOGS, GUNS'N'ROSES, JOHNNY CASH and SOCIAL DISTORTION will love this! This is high energy street punk'n'roll with a dash of country! Great sing along and songwriting! The song «bleeding heart saloon» could have been written by ENNIO MORICONNE or be found in any western spaghetti movie! This is the perfect album to do a road trip! No kidding!

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Scott from Lansdale, PA 
Aug 21 2006 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This album is great and is so full of energy. I also recommend seeing Angel City Outcasts live because they put on an excellent performance.

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Matt from Park Hall, MD 
Jul 19 2006 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Thus far this year, i have to credit Sailors Grave Records as putting out some of the most enjoyable discs this year, (the Welch Boys, Kings of Nuthin, Ducky Boys, Born to Lose), and this being one of the best. Fast, catchy punk rock anthems that do not disappoint. 'Made for This' is one of my new favorite songs. As much fun as this album was, i would love nothing more than to see them live. I highly recommend getting this. One of the best of 2006 thus far.

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Heather from Olympia, WA 
Jun 14 2006 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Deadrose Junction is a great CD. I was wondering if the band would still keep their unique sound with this album, and they didnt let their fans down. It is so refreshing to hear a band that is actually playing what they want to play and not jumping on any bandwagons. It is really original sounding to me, and I think it is because they pull from so many various influences. Highlights include "rev it up" and "down spiral." Get this now, today, this minute...actually this second!!! enj-oi

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