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Rock Sugar

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5 From 2 reviews
75.07 MB File Size
Addestratore Created by
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dids666 Scripting by
2021 Year

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NOTE: I have permission from the band for this table to exist on VPX.


Prepare for the line between Rock and Pop to be blown to smithereens!


Everything you need to play this table is in the zip file, including the music.


Help Jess and Chuck create new songs by completing the words POP and ROCKS in order, once one of them light up get the ball to the release new song cup for multiball.  

Construct riffs combos with the numbers at the top to increase bonuses.

Hit the silver button in the top right to get paid, the more fans you have (sugarheads) the better the score.

Strike the evil Schlomo Rozenberg for even more points. 


v10.7 optional

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   1 of 1 member found this review helpful 1 / 1 member

Wow, I haven't heard of these guys before but their taste in music is identical to mine :) Mixing in the Pop takes some getting used to and they do it well but even if they stuck with just the Rock versions, they would....well, ROCK :)  Oh, and the table looks and plays pretty good too, thanks for sharing, I'll be turning up the volume when this baby gets played. 

Response from the author:

check out the IMDB for the lead singer Jess Harnell, you will not believe the number of times you have heard him over the years and never knew it.

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The table is great, but the highlighted band this table centers around...Rock Sugar...is off the hook! I've always been a fan of a good mashup, but the style these guys are bringing is a concept of the mashup I've never heard before...and I think it's outstanding. To take Ozzy's "Crazy Train" and intertwine it with Rick Springfield was one thing, but I labeled these guys as musical genius when I heard their mix of Judas Priest's "Breaking the Law" combined with 10cc of all bands to create a rocked out version of "I'm Not In Love." Get these guys a grammy!!

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