“Turn it up Loud” 1987 This is where it all started. These 1987 MCA recordings, with anthems like “Turn it Up Loud” and “Bring the House Down” were definitely defined by the influence of the Sunset Strip. Vintage classic Nova Rex! “Blow Me Away” 1992 A melodic rock gem with incredible hooks. Widely considered to be Nova Rex’s finest moment, virtually defined “arena rock” featuring “Alone Tonight” and the power ballad “Think Of Me”. This is what AOR dreams are made of. “Ain’t Easy Being Cheesy” 1994 album establishes NOVA REX as true-blue sleaze-rock royalty. Propelled by polished power anthems like “I Just Wanna Rock” and “Don’t Give Up”, “Ain’t Easy Being Cheesy” delivers genuinely fun heavy metal. “Violent America” 1996 is NR’s artistic version of the “Seattle” scene. This stripped down production highlights Nova Rex’s alternative side with songs like “I See You Cry”. After years of hair-metal dominance, they come at you with a darker, more raw approach. “The New Kings” 1999 Pioneering the fringe of a musical movement, prepare yourself for the invasion of Nova Rex and their release “The New Kings” with the hit single “Seven”. Citizens of planet earth, welcome “The New Kings”. “Then & Now” 2010 Let us take you back to the times when the chicks were easy and the music was sleazy. This CD delivers the best of the first five albums, from the early years on the infamous Sunset Strip, to the ballads that open so many bedroom doors in the Midwest. “Rock Star Roadshow” 2017 Traveling around the country spreading themselves and their message of Rock n Roll…With the story of all the women behind rockers in their smash hit “She’s A Bitch”, their two favorite must-haves at every show with “Bosoms & Beer” and the down ‘n’ dirty sleaze rock anthem “I Don’t Know”. “Raise Your Glass” 2021 Nova Rex, as they full on usher in 2021 in their typically bombastic fashion with their brand new mini-single “Raise Your Glass!” Available everywhere that rocks. The real-life exploits of glam band NOVA REX come back to life in this hilarious 2011 documentary DVD that recalls the heavy-metal group riffing through the late 1980s hair-band era before crashing into a wall of early ’90s grunge. Turn it up loud and love it!