4 of 8 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars
WHat the heck?, 5 Dec 2003
Complete disapointment for me, this isn't Skid Row... this is mid 30 year old men trying to be teenage angst alternative "rock" wheres the guitar work and power vocals?! they butchered 1989's "I Remember You" as a punk cover and the songs are all over the shop, one song sounds like some horrid Marilyn Manson song another like some crappy pop punk trash that The Calling might come up with and who ever hired the new lead singer and drummer should have there head examined. He's nothing on Seb and to be honest I'm glad Mr. bach left!
Stick with Seb and the old stuff, or try Sebastian Bach solo project, I really want to like this album I really really do, but I can't, it's horrible and badly produced and presented, I only just managed to put up with Subhuman Race, but sorry... this aint for true rockers it's more of an album that people who beleive rock n roll should "evolve" sell out more like it... Rachel Bolan needs a boot up the behind for doing this.
Skid Row - Ace
Slave To The Grind - Ace
Subhuman Race - Meh
Thickskin - Uhuh, no way. This ain't Skid Row.
To sum it all up..."Where did I put my receipt!?"
It's only my opinion, but I advise you listen to this album before you even consider paying money for it, especially if your expecting something along the lines of the early stuff as there is absolutely nothing in common... Not very rock n' roll, I was truly truly angry with this neanderthal offering.
Excuse angry negativity but this album really did disapoint as Skid Row are one of my favourite bands of all time. You may love it! But I hate it!