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Rise Of The Damnation Army - United World Rebellion Chapter Two
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on 9 August 2014
another belter from skid row even without sebastian bach they are awsome.
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on 15 August 2014
Been looking forward to listening to Part 2 ever since Part 1 was released and what you get here is another bunch great tracks. Bring on Part 3 \m/
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on 26 February 2015
Great album
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on 2 October 2014
Ace :-)
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on 6 September 2014
This is a great album - up there with Slave to the Grind. Solinger as on Chapter 1 owns the vocals with power, consistency and respect. The whole band seem chilled and really happy with where they are going and it shows both in the music and their use of social media. If you can, catch Skid Row live - they are better now than ever and playing smaller venues that are all about the music and not stadiums treating you like cattle.
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on 5 October 2014
In my oppinion, it's their best album so far since they started with Thickskin!
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on 5 January 2015
Brill
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on 12 August 2014
Now a lot of us have a soft spot for Skid Row but most of it is based on nostalgia (mine seeing them at the old Donington Monster's of Rock in the mid nineties), but those days are long gone, with former frontman Sebastian Bach and his lovely hair now long solo, and his old group carrying on with replacement Johnny Solinger, both to diminishing returns. Chapter 2 while being slightly better than it's predecessor is still miles away from the glory days of "Monkey Business", "Youth Gone Wild" and "18 And Life". The rockin' tracks are okay, with Solinger a capable vocalist and the old heads Bolan, Snake and Hill proving just as tight and crunchy as during the glory days, but the lighter "Catch Your Fall" lets the side down vocally (as is the case with all similar tracks on the four post-Bach releases). The kicker though surely has to be that the best tracks here are the bonus covers of the much done "Rats in the Cellar" by Aerosmith and the best song Queen ever wrote, the uber-punk "Sheer Heart Attack". It's okay but not something long time fans are gonna listen to when "Slave to the Grind" or the debut are at hand sadly.
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