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Whitefoxx - Come Pet The Foxx (2014)
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Whitefoxx - Come Pet The Foxx (2014)

: Whitefoxx
Title Of Album: Come Pet The Foxx
Year Of Release: 2014
Label: FnA Records
Genre: Rock, Hard Rock
Quality: Mp3
Bitrate: 320 kbps
Total Time: 42:12 Min
Total Size: 103 Mb


01. Beverly Hills
02. Starry Eyes
03. Hit The Road
04. Reach Out
05. Love Is On The Way
06. There Is A Way
07. It's So Hard
08. Harder (Live 1985)
09. Drive All Night (Live 1985)
10. Suicide (Live 1985)

Mark Chasen – Vocals, Guitar
Mike Regina – Vocals, Bass
Jimmy Maropoulos – Guitar
Rik Anthony - Drums

WHITEFOXX is known as one of the pioneers in the rise of the Philadelphia Metal
scene in the mid 80s. Formed originally as PRECIOUS METAL in 1982 as a
cover band, the group’s first incarnation comprised of vocalist Tony
Harnell, guitarist Barry Bennedetta, keyboard player Mark Soma, bassist
Mike Regina and drummer Craig Soma. As the cover scene started to go
sour, Harnell quit the band and eventually winded up fronting Norwegian
outfit TNT. Bennedetta went on to play briefly in the band WAYSTED with
UFO’s Pete Way.
In 1984 vocalist / guitarist Mark Chasen joined PRECIOUS METAL and began writing songs with Mike Regina where they
traded off lead vocals. They recruited drummer
Billy Sipp and in 1985 started playing out as a power trio. As the band gained notoriety in
the Philadelphia / South Jersey metal scene, guitarist Jeff LaBar was
added to the fold which propelled him into the local spotlight where he
was quickly recruited to fill the void left by Michael Kelly Smith with
Polygram recording artists, CINDERELLA. emaining good friends with
PRECIOUS METAL, LaBar recommended fellow guitarist Jimmy Maropoulos to
take his place. Shortly thereafter, drummer Billy Sipp was replaced with
new up and coming skin beater, Jimmy “Feek” Ferraioli. Feek was young,
had some monster “chops” and he brought his own special brand of humor
to the band. Soon PRECIOUS METAL had to change their name when an
all-girl band with the same name landed a major label record deal. This
is how WHITEFOXX was born.
Although Feek helped with the transition from PRECIOUS METAL to WHITEFOXX, he only stayed with the band for about
a year before moving on to other projects. He was responsible for
creating many of the signature drum parts in the early WHITEFOXX
material, some of which remain to this day. In 1986, with a new name and
new attitude, WHITEFOXX entered the studio and cut a strong, four song
demo with temporary drummer Jim Drnec. This first foray featured the
impressive anthem “Beverly Hills” which gained them attention in HIT
PARADER magazine in the US as well as KERRANG magazine in the UK. Soon
“Metal” shows on local radio stations picked up on this and started
playing tracks from the WHITEFOXX demo. Shortly after this, WHITEFOXX
found their missing link in drummer Rik Anthony and enjoyed the
stability hey had been looking for. With this lineup of Chasen, Regina,
Maropoulos & Anthony, the band went on to become one of the
strongest contenders in the Philadelphia Metal scene. With catchy songs,
a flashy stage show and a growing army of followers, it seemed they
were destined for stardom! But, as with any group of talented
individuals, it’s not always easy to stay on the same page let alone the
same stage.
Chasen, Maropoulos & Ferraioli went on to form the band CHASEN with new bassist Donie Bufalo while vocalist Rob Zucchi and
guitarist Reggie Wu joined WHITEFOXX. Wu later went on to form the band
HEAVENS EDGE. In 1987 WHITEFOXX seemed to stabilize again when WORLD WAR
III frontman Tipa Sparrs joined Regina & Anthony along with
guitarist / keyboardist Tucker Michaels and guitar wizard Dave Lord was
recruited to fill the void left by Reggie Wu. In 1988 WHITEFOXX signed a
production deal with Denny Somach Productions. The plan was for Somach
to get WHITEFOXX signed to a major label to take the band’s career to
the next logical level. The song “Starry Eyes” caught the attention of
several labels and some showcases were set up so the record company
execs would get a chance to see the band play live. At least one deal
was put forth but unfortunately, Somach didn’t feel any of the offers
were strong enough to produce a competitive enough product. Eventually,
WHITEFOXX disbanded in 1989 when Anthony and Regina, this time as
frontman, went on to form the band LIGHT YEARS with guitarist Larry
Campanella & bassist Slater Clifton.
In 1992 Regina, Anthony & Zucchi went back on the road again as WHITEFOXX with Larry
Campanella on guitar. Chasen declined the invitation to join this
incarnation due to another project he was already involved in. The plan
was to play only a few shows but it lasted for a full year.
In 2004 Chasen reformed WHITEFOXX for a series of shows that featured
Philadelphia / South Jersey bands from the 80’s. He recruited guitarist
Barry Bennedetta , drummer Jim Drnec, and a local bass player to do the
show as Regina was involved in other projects. WHITEFOXX came full
circle when co-founders Chasen and Regina got back together to appear
onstage for the first time in over 20 years for a reunion show in New
Jersey in 2012. This lineup also featured former WHITEFOXX guitarist
Larry Campanella and drummer Chris Nerone. At one point in the show they
were also joined onstage by Reggie Wu to perform “Beverly Hills."

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