Skid Row - Subhuman Race

Skid Row waited out the grunge storm and returned in 1995 with Subhuman Race, their strongest and most vicious record to date. Abandoning most of the pop-metal posturing of their early hit albums, Skid Row strip back their music to the basics -- roaring guitars and Sebastian Bach's shriek. It wasn't a hit the size of Slave to the Grind, yet it made an impressive showing, climbing into the Top 40.
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bulut on 12:23 pm said...

My Enemy
Firesign
Bonehead
Beat Yourself Blind
Eileen
Remains To Be Seen
Subhuman Race
Frozen
Into Another
Face Against My Soul
Medicine Jar
Breakin' Down
Ironwill

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