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Skid Row

Skid Row were one of the very last hair metal bands to hit the mainstream before grunge took over in the early '90s. While the band's self-titled debut employed standard pop-metal riffs and generic lyrics (albeit to great commercial success), 1991's Slave to the Grind and 1995's Subhuman Race broke away from the pop-metal mold with uncharacteristically hard, thrashy guitars and unique songwriting techniques. Though personal differences and changing trends would eventually tear the core lineup apart by 1996, Skid Row showed tremendous promise during their short time in the spotlight.

Based in New Jersey, Skid Row were formed in 1986 by bassist Rachel Bolan and former Bon Jovi guitarist Dave "The Snake" Sabo. The pair added guitarist Scott Hill, drummer Rob Affuso, and a larger than life vocalist named Sebastian Bach to the lineup by early 1987, and the band spent the next year and a half playing a series of local clubs in the eastern U.S. Having remained in contact with Jon Bon Jovi, Sabo convinced the established rock star to land Skid Row a record deal with Atlantic Records. In 1989, the band released its first album, Skid Row, which went multi-platinum on the strength of the Top 40 singles "18 and Life" and "I Remember You." Success came with a backlash, however -- the bandmembers had naïvely signed away much of their royalties, and Sebastian Bach's wild, often childlike behavior landed the group in additional trouble. During the subsequent tour, Bach garnered harsh criticism for a T-shirt he publicly sported displaying the message "AIDS KILLS F*GS DEAD." Suits were also filed against Bach after a concert during the supporting tour, where the singer allegedly threw a glass bottle into the crowd and injured a young female fan.

Nonetheless, Skid Row's muscular songcraft retained a devoted audience. Released in 1991, Slave to the Grind debuted at number one on the Billboard chart, an unprecedented accomplishment for a metal band. While the album did not chart any real radio hits, Grind received stronger critical praise and eventually reached platinum status. However, like so many of their peers, Skid Row lost much of their fan base during the grunge invasion of the '90s. As Nirvana stormed the scene in 1992, Skid Row took a hiatus, waiting out the grunge period and pondering breakups (ironically, Nirvana had once gone under the name Skid Row in the '80s). Skid Row returned in 1995 with Subhuman Race, which surprisingly charted in the Top 40 but otherwise did not attract any real attention.

During the supporting tour, tensions between the group members ran high and Skid Row disbanded shortly afterward. Bach went on to form the Last Hard Men with Smashing Pumpkins drummer Jimmy Chamberlin, but the group broke up after recording a cover of Alice Cooper's "School's Out" for the Scream soundtrack in 1996. Plans to record new songs for the Skid Row greatest-hits album, 1998's Forty Seasons, fell through, and Bach went on to form a solo project and portray the title role in the Broadway musical Jeckyll and Hyde. In mid-2000, Skid Row re-formed with new singer Johnny Solinger and toured as the opening band for Kiss' farewell tour. They released Thickskin with Solinger in 2003, followed by Revolutions Per Minute in 2006. Meanwhile, Sebastian Bach enjoyed a surge in popularity when he appeared in a VH1 reality show opposite Ted Nugent and Scott Ian. ~ Barry Weber, Rovi
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Norma had Big Guns
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I remember owen hart. The Rocket.
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The song I Remember You is the perfect song.
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owen hart is getting a dvd
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into another
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midnight tornado
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good tune
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18 And Life,,, good tune. Luv the whole cd ... This is great memories an Sebastian was excellent in concert. ROCK ON EVERYONE
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Skid Row Effin' rocked!! Slave was and still is one of my favorite hard rock albums of all time!!
EF Nirvana! They can GET THE F#$K OUT!!!!
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will listen to this forever
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We aint s**t without our savior JESUS CHRIST WE LOVE U so far away without you
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mfranklin52
Bach has LSD but can sing the s**t out the tunes!
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18 and life you got it. 18 and life to go...
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Man. Wish music still sounded this good now. At least i got to grow up in the 80's.
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Loving me hair bands and the 80's.....
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18 and life is my favorite song by skid row
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18 And Life,,,,
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There It Is!
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Skid row was the s**t back then what a voice bach had
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Tony Harnell is the new singer for Skid Row!!!! Much better over all singer than S. Bach. I still love the first two LPs
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lasiter803
18 & Life
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They should be called skid mark because their s**t lol
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Skid mark is butthöle glam rock.
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Skid row is beast they are the youth gone wild
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No Rob Affuso = No Skid Row.
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Awesome Band Skid Row Awesome
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For sure you were a waste of time !!!
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Youth Gone Wild great tune. Park Ave leads to SkidRow. ..Great concert. Agreed matt.casilla s 9 well said my friend. ROCK ON EVERYONE
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Who is skid Row without Sebastian Bach. the band should bend over and say sorry
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Skid row was good even though Sebastian was a dick with a good voice
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Skid Row lost much of their fan base, because their fans were expecting more of Skid Row and not what Slave to the Grind was. (which was a lot harder and heavier)
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mstieglitz9
18 and life and I remember you are same song different words
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mfijut0
Hey I remember you
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mfijut0
Come get a piece of me!
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Sabatian has one of the best vocal ranges right besides the lead singer of Steelheart
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I hate auto correct
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Skid row with the ultimate bad when they had sebastian bach has there late singer no body can sing the way sebastian was the best front man skid row had wish doc Magee and sebastian could fix their differences it would be great to see the real skid row back together again
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Living on a Chain Gang great tune.... Luv Sebastian Bach he puts on a great concert. Saw him in 2010 with Whitesnake, Great White, Slaughter, any many others it was a wknd concert from Fri to Sun alot of great bands. Black n Blue, Lita and many more. ROCK ON EVERYONE
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Youth Gone Wild,,,, finally one of the best tune they did in my opinion. .Park Ave leads 2 SKID ROW! !!ROCK On Everyone
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Why on earth they only play two songs off of the Skid Row album is beyond me, the stuff they don't play is the best stuff in my opinion!
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brings back just a few memories
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The 80's..Best time of my life!! Big hair & all..went to so many concerts, hell I lost track..Not really cause I hear a song & it takes me back..GOOD OLD DAYS!! ROCK ROCK TILL DROP, ROCK ROCK NEVER STOP!!
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Saw them with great white what a show
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I Remember You , One of Sebastian s best in my opinion. But Youth Gone Wild is the best... luv him live great concert. ROCK ON EVERYONE
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Saw them as the opening act for Bon Jovi. One hell of a concert.
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Monkey Business great live seen Sebastian in 2010 wat a show.. Lotta great bands. ROCK ON EVERYONE
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Hsve to love the hsir band days
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Never got myself a three piece wall street smile.
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I'm 14 and skid row disturbed ac dc tesla guns and roses are my favorite bands
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sebastion back doing the show trailer park boys was hilarious
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