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Exclusive Album Premiere: Foxy Shazam's 'The Church of Rock and Roll'

Stream the rockers' fourth album before they go on tour with The Darkness

January 20, 2012 12:00 PM ET
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Foxy Shazam, 'The Church of Rock and Roll'
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Click to listen to Foxy Shazam's album 'The Church of Rock and Roll'

Cincinnati rockers Foxy Shazam release their fourth album, The Church of Rock and Roll, on January 24th. In February, they'll be hitting the road with The Darkness and that band's frontman, Justin Hawkins, produced Foxy Shazam's latest record. 

Don't bother asking the band to define their sound, but suffice to say it's full of loud guitars and strong, wailing vocals. "We're not concerned with what category we fall into," says singer Eric Nally. "We want to stand for our generation."

The passionate The Church of Rock and Roll is exclusively available to stream now on RollingStone.com leading up to its January 24th release, and you can preorder the album on iTunes. Here's the tracklisting:


1. Welcome to the Church of Rock and Roll
2. I Like It
3. Holy Touch
4. Last Chance At Love
5. Forever Together
6. (It’s) Too Late Baby
7. I Wanna Be Yours
8. Wasted Feelings
9. The Temple
10. The Streets
11. Freedom

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