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Skid Row (Reviewed by ValJ):

The debut album by the band discovered by Jon Bon Jovi proves that the man knows talent when he sees it.
Their hits on this album were 18 And Life, Youth Gone Wild, and I Remember You. While all three of these are great songs on their own, you get the added bonuses of the hard rocking Sweet Little Sister, Piece Of Me, Here I Am and Makin' A Mess. Sebastian Bach has a voice that defines some of the 80's best hard rock. Definitely worth your time and your search!

Track List:
Big Guns
Sweet Little Sister
Can't Stand The Heartache
Piece Of Me
18 And Life
Rattlesnake Shake
Youth Gone Wild
Here I Am
Makin' A Mess
I Remember You

Response to this review by Iluvthe80s: This is a good album. Sebastian Bach does have an incredible voice.

Response to this review by Zel: I remember you is such an awesome song. I was disappointed that DLR didn't get back with VanHalen but at the same time I'd love to see what they could have done with pipes like Bach's. I hear he is now doing Broadway.

Response to this review by VioletFoxx: I can't tell you how much I love this album. I can listen to this all day, and it's darned near impossible to pick a fav tune. I do have a great batch of memories associated with I Remember You, but Can't Stand the Heartache is right up there too. Sebastian's voice is so amazing. Few can belt em out like him. I last saw him on VH1's show Strange Frequency, maybe a month ago now. He was playing the Grim Reaper and he sings a bit at the end. It was great to see.

Response to this review by Therall: I agree with you on this one Foxxy.

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