The Roxx Regime Demos is a compilation album by Stryper consisting of songs originally released under the band's previous name, Roxx Regime, except for the track "Honestly", which is taken from a later demo. While the album's general release was on July 10, 2007, pre-sale purchases at Stryper.com shipped on July 7, 2007, a reference to 777, a holy number in Christianity and one that used to appear onstage at Stryper concerts.
Greg Prato of Allmusic said, "you hear a band that had pretty much found their sound early on". He compared the band favorably to other pop-metal bands of the time, but said the album was "aimed at die-hard die-hard Stryper fans". Ken Pierce of Piercing Metal said the songs "rock quite well and are a fun listen", but also stated that the release was for die-hard fans.