Rebel Sync Karaoke Logo.

Rebel Sync Karaoke Introduction

The Rebel Sync Karaoke label released three discs. Discs one and three have the name; “Raiding The Vaults”. Disc two shows “Rude, Crude & Attitude.”

The latter disc, RSX002, is what it says on the tin, so use it cautiously!

Most of the tracks on this disc are also on Ameri-sing AMS2001. At this stage, we do not know if they are directly connected. Indeed, the similarities are striking, with the music and on-screen lyrics being identical.

Rebel Sync Karaoke RSX001 - Label CDG.

Be that as it may, the Rebel Sync disc has 18 tracks, while the Ameri-Sing has 21. Both have unique splash screens.


Not only did we see these advertised on the internet in many places, but they were also cheap. That was when we searched in August 2014. We checked a few months later, and they were still for sale. So, they appear to be available if you need them.

Since the firm stopped making karaoke discs, they will become hard to find as time goes by.

Here is the only list we have for the Rebel Sync Karaoke series. Thanks to the forum member for sending this in, of course. The disc identification will remain the same as the firm no longer makes karaoke. Moreover, the song list (see below) remains the same too.

Rebel Sync Karaoke Discs

  • RSX001
  • RSX002
  • RSX003

Rebel Sync Karaoke Review

Rebel Sync Karaoke. Raiding The Vaults. RSX001 Front Cover.

Reviewing a 3-disc set of karaoke CDGs can prove tricky because you might not know any songs contained in them. So, the only way is to learn a new song or wait until the backing singers sing along to one you don’t know!

Luckily, on these discs, there were some lesser-known Beatles tracks.

Then there was ‘Oh Well’ by Fleetwood Mac and ‘Atlantis’ by Donovan. So, we set about brushing up on those. Indeed, we like a touch of oldies once in a while!

The splash screens on all three discs are different, and all passed the test with flying colours. They are so varied that we don’t feel it is necessary to describe any individual disc.

Not only is the on-screen graphics different, but we also found that the word font changed between discs. Be that as it may, all our sample karaoke tracks were legible. We also found no end screens on our samples. The song ended, and that was it.

The choice of music was indeed fine, and we can’t fault that. What is pleasing is that we found that the lyrics synced well. The artwork is unique, and we note that a pirate features prominently. What this is trying to signify, we don’t know!

Karaoke Sample

Although we may use numerous songs for the review, we only provide one sample video to represent the label. So, the song sample for our video presentation is RSX001-04 – Tracy Chapman – Baby Can I Hold You.

Our Verdict

  • On-screen Lyrics: 3.5
  • Music Content: 4
  • Splash Screen, Graphics, Video: 4
  • Cover Art: 4
  • Overall Average: 3.9
  • Music And Lyrics Average: 3.75

We gave this collection 4 out of 5 in the rating system below. You can also vote for these, even if you don’t have the discs or tracks. Indeed, all you need to do is watch our presentation video above and judge that.

Desirability Factor

You may need to find this collection for some lesser-known songs, then grab them if they turn up.

We found that there were not too many negative points about their performance.

The on-screen lyrics could have been better in some places, but we can’t argue on that score, especially when you need a rare song.

These discs are desirable for their content, rarity, and novelty factors.

RSX002 Label.

In brief, we welcome comments on this karaoke label. That is because we can’t possibly test every karaoke song available. For example, are the music and on-screen graphics good enough for gigging or home use?

In addition, information about the company responsible for the discs is welcome. For instance, have they moved on to make karaoke elsewhere? If so, what else did they make? If you have the discs, you can tell us about your experiences and leave a review. Remember, your opinions matter here!

Rebel Sync Karaoke Songbook

Although only three karaoke discs exist in the Rebel Sync series, we still need to know their contents. So, to remedy this, we have a Rebel Sync Karaoke songbook to inspect and cross-reference. In short, click the link below to view the tracklisting.

Rate The Rebel Sync Karaoke Label

Finally, if you have any experience with discs or tracks from this Rebel Sync collection, please leave a review here or in the Karaoke Forum. You can also use the star rating system below, even if you only use our presentation video as a guide. Indeed, by doing this, you can help others decide whether these discs are worth buying!

Overall Rating

The ratings here represent your score and our score combined. So, make sure you have your say.

3.5 out of 5 stars (based on 2 reviews)
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Independent Reviews

The following reviews are independent and not necessarily the views of the Karaoke Info staff. However, they may help you decide whether to buy or avoid them.

Official Review By Bobby: Rebel Sync Karaoke

September 27, 2014

Hi, my name is Bobby, and I conducted the original karaoke review above. Whether you agree or disagree, you can leave your review below.

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Bobby Thompson

Goody Goody.

November 1, 2018

I love anything like this. These rare karaoke labels are something special.

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John Bond

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