Several bands use the name "The Roosters", including: 1. A Japanese rock group 2. A Polish pop-punk band 3. An Americana group from Minnesota 4. Another Americana group, this one from Texas 5. A grunge band from Missouri 6. A Celtic punk band from California 7. A hardcore band from New Jersey 8. A British blues band 9. A British punk band 10. A Danish southern rock band 11. A garage rock band from Los Angeles 12. A Finnish rock band 1. The Roosters (ザ・ルースターズ ) was a legendary Japanese rock band. Originally, the group mized punk with rock'n'roll, but eventually branched out to include elements of gothic rock, post-punk, ska, new wave and folk. Active time: 1978 - 1988 In 1999, a tribute album called "Respectable Roosters" was released. Some of the featured artists on the tribute album include Thee Michelle Gun Elephant , The Pillows and Supercar . The band reunited in 2004 to perform at the Fuji Rock festival. 2. The second band was from Warsaw. At the beginning there were only: Bartek, Toy and Jacek but Faiver joined the band immediately. The Roosters went through several personal changes. For some time Oskar of V/A Team sung as a lead vocalist, Jacek was replaced for approximately year and a half by Janek of Blog 27 and Toy left the band while the spring tour of 2007 for personal reasons. Finally the Roosters settled with Faiver(guitar/vocals), Bartek (guitar/vocals), Dere(bass), Piotrek(drums) . Since then no one left or joined the band. In the early spring of 2007 after signing a record contract with Warsaw City Rockers Records- the Roosters managed to release their début EP Roosters Republic. The Roosters sound is diverse. While trying to achieve an 'American punk' sound, the band was experimenting with genders like ska, pop, hardcore and electro. The Roosters played a lot of shows in Poland, Germany, Hungary, Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia. Recently the band recorded their début LP Guns Up and signed a record deal with Rockers Publishing. The album will be available in stores all over Poland in February.