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Skid Row DVD - Under The Skin £1.99 @ base

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Skid Row are currently one of the last hair metal bands around who still sound as fresh as the day they were formed. Over the past decade they have endured line-up changes and the grunge era to remain a live favourite for many metal fans. Since the band formed in 1987 they have toured the world numerous times with other rock legends such as Bon Jovi, Kiss and Guns N’ Roses. This extensive touring has helped them gain a loyal fan base. This DVD documentary follows two years in the life of Skid Row and gives fans a tantalizing taste of their long awaited studio album Thickskin. The DVD follows the band from when Johnny Solinger joined in early 2002 to the Kiss tour and into the studio for the recording of their latest album. This unique programme captures the creative group as never seen before, and contains interviews and in-depth footage of Skid Row.

Track Listing

New Generation

Ghost

Born a Beggar

Monkey Business

Slave to the Grind

Swallow Me

Mouth of Voodoo

I Remember You ’02

One Light

Another Perfect Day

Down From Underground

See You Around

Thick Is The Skin
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#1
They have been rubbish ever since Baz left
#2
No they haven't, they've been excellent live and the 'Thickskin' album is fantastic. 'Revolutions Per Minute' less so. But that's irrelevant.

A very rare thing on a DVD... a documentary that's actually good! Superb price if you're a fan.
#3
Yeah it's a great price but having seen skid row and Bach on his own there is no comparison
#4
Skid row! There's a name I haven't heard for years, didn't realise they were still going, I remember buying their first album, the one with 18 and life on it, must be over 20 years ago!
#5
Kaj
Yeah it's a great price but having seen skid row and Bach on his own there is no comparison


bach's voice is WRECKED and so is he. properly having a midlife crisis now. wife divorcing him, got 1 side of his hair long and 1 side cut short!!!!

after having seen both myself, Skid Row 89-93 with bach was awesome. with Johnny from 2000 is a different thing but i really do like them as a 2nd chapter, bach on his own with his ever changing band....ego on legs, voice not up to it anymore.

having said that, am a little biased due to the fact that in 2003 Johnny Solinger from Skid Row, did a guest appearance on my band's album, since then I've ketp in touch with him and Rachel Bolan.
#6
13.95 now
#7
Out of stock now
#8
Fond memories of the band,from seeing them at their "Secret Gig" at the Marquee where the queue went all the way back to tottenham court rd tube right up to the excellent treble bill of Love/Hate,LA Guns and SR.Its a bit like the GnR situation,something that many would like to see a reunion but its never going to happen especially the way Scotty Hill still talks about Baz with pure hatred.Cant say im a fan of the "New" guys voice and SR dont feel the same so will just remember them as they were.And Rachel should NEVER have cut his hair and removed his nose chain (Says me whos long hair has long since gone with mother nature being cruel enough that i now have to shave it!) ;-)

Not a bad deal at all.Nice find.
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slackrat77
Kaj
Yeah it's a great price but having seen skid row and Bach on his own there is no comparison
bach's voice is WRECKED and so is he. properly having a midlife crisis now. wife divorcing him, got 1 side of his hair long and 1 side cut short!!!!after having seen both myself, Skid Row 89-93 with bach was awesome. with Johnny from 2000 is a different thing but i really do like them as a 2nd chapter, bach on his own with his ever changing band....ego on legs, voice not up to it anymore.having said that, am a little biased due to the fact that in 2003 Johnny Solinger from Skid Row, did a guest appearance on my band's album, since then I've ketp in touch with him and Rachel Bolan.

I can't agree with that mate, Have seen Baz solo many times and his voice is always amazing! Plus his last solo album was great too with his voice more powerful than ever!
#10
Chivas Regal
slackrat77
Kaj
Yeah it's a great price but having seen skid row and Bach on his own there is no comparison
bach's voice is WRECKED and so is he. properly having a midlife crisis now. wife divorcing him, got 1 side of his hair long and 1 side cut short!!!!after having seen both myself, Skid Row 89-93 with bach was awesome. with Johnny from 2000 is a different thing but i really do like them as a 2nd chapter, bach on his own with his ever changing band....ego on legs, voice not up to it anymore.having said that, am a little biased due to the fact that in 2003 Johnny Solinger from Skid Row, did a guest appearance on my band's album, since then I've ketp in touch with him and Rachel Bolan.


I can't agree with that mate, Have seen Baz solo many times and his voice is always amazing! Plus his last solo album was great too with his voice more powerful than ever!

not to mention if his voice had been so shot, he'd've not got the broadway gigs.
#11
andiejn
Chivas Regal
slackrat77
Kaj
Yeah it's a great price but having seen skid row and Bach on his own there is no comparison
bach's voice is WRECKED and so is he. properly having a midlife crisis now. wife divorcing him, got 1 side of his hair long and 1 side cut short!!!!after having seen both myself, Skid Row 89-93 with bach was awesome. with Johnny from 2000 is a different thing but i really do like them as a 2nd chapter, bach on his own with his ever changing band....ego on legs, voice not up to it anymore.having said that, am a little biased due to the fact that in 2003 Johnny Solinger from Skid Row, did a guest appearance on my band's album, since then I've ketp in touch with him and Rachel Bolan.


I can't agree with that mate, Have seen Baz solo many times and his voice is always amazing! Plus his last solo album was great too with his voice more powerful than ever!

not to mention if his voice had been so shot, he'd've not got the broadway gigs.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vQsf3FR4op8&feature=related

Sounds pretty wreckeded here, one to many B&H. Axl's still sounds like it did in 1987. Still, brings back fond mammaries.
#12
Bazza71
andiejn
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slackrat77
Kaj
Yeah it's a great price but having seen skid row and Bach on his own there is no comparison
bach's voice is WRECKED and so is he. properly having a midlife crisis now. wife divorcing him, got 1 side of his hair long and 1 side cut short!!!!after having seen both myself, Skid Row 89-93 with bach was awesome. with Johnny from 2000 is a different thing but i really do like them as a 2nd chapter, bach on his own with his ever changing band....ego on legs, voice not up to it anymore.having said that, am a little biased due to the fact that in 2003 Johnny Solinger from Skid Row, did a guest appearance on my band's album, since then I've ketp in touch with him and Rachel Bolan.

I can't agree with that mate, Have seen Baz solo many times and his voice is always amazing! Plus his last solo album was great too with his voice more powerful than ever!
not to mention if his voice had been so shot, he'd've not got the broadway gigs.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vQsf3FR4op8&feature=related


Sounds pretty wreckeded here, one to many B&H. Axl's still sounds like it did in 1987. Still, brings back fond mammaries.

In all fairness they are singing Axl's song.

I wonder how they would have faired if singing some Skid Row?
#13
Kaj
They have been rubbish ever since Baz left


Totally not true, I caught SR on the Thick Skin tour and to be honest was very dubious to say the least beforehand, Johnny Solinger absolutely nailed the old stuff and was a great frontman to boot, Bach was ace at the time (seen him with SR from their first tour in the UK with Vain late 80's), the guy sadly never grew up, you can only take it so far with that kind of brashness, no matter how good a voice he had, Skid Row did the right thing, sadly they never regained that level of success they had with the first couple of albums, BUT, as a band they've grown into a pretty decent unit and have the right singer for them without doubt!
#14
Being totally honest i still remember even back in the good days (Geez i feel old!) plenty of folk saying Baz couldnt sing just because he sounded differently from say James Hetfield.Lots ,of folk couldnt stand Axl's voice either.But its like i have always said,so long as YOU enjoy it and makes YOU feel good then who really cares!

By the way Andiejn,great avatar.Wildhearts again were another VERY under rated band and Earth Vs is a classic that was heavily overlooked.Its a shame as i think its a bit like Metallica,when the key member left (Danny/Cliff) they just were not the same band.Last couple of CD's i just cant get into but early stuff is amongst the best rock Britains produced.And Ginger could well be a comedian as well as a musician,his banter between tracks especially at the 12 bar is comical.Sorry im veering off subject,just nice to post on a header i was actually into and dont feel unfashionable being in ;-)
#15
people who do like Baz's voice should check out Frameshift - Absence of Empathy.
I once saw the Wildhearts supporting Love/Hate in 1992! Actually met Blaze Bayley at the gig!
#16
Price back to £13.95 and out of stock. :-(
#17
For me Skid Row was Brush Shields' band, but what I didn't know, was that Gary Moore sold the name for $35k
#18
i can't get into Baz's solo stuff, his vocals are covered in reverbs and FX, it just doesnt sound natural, like the STTG era skid row.

yeah he got the broadway gigs like 10 years or more ago, but he was booted off Jesus Christ Superstar cos he kept taking too long to do his bows at the end of the night and kept incurring a fine for going over venue curfews.
Andrew LLoyd Webber apparently said of him "its called Jesus Christ Superstar, not Sebastian Bach Superstar".
ego gone wild?

his voice has changed a lot since he did those shows and its spoiled his rock voice, cos he's all about the vibrato now and its just not the same guy as was singing Monkey Business.

Solinger's voice is lower and the band picked up some criticism from bach fans cos they started tuning half a key lower (Eb) for some of the older songs. but its hardly a fair criticism, cos Metallica did the same on the Load/Reload albums, then tuned even lower for St.Anger.

Some fans will just never accept the split.
but for me, I started off liking both Baz's solo and new Skid Row. after I heard some of the awful versions of the skids tunes on bach's Forever wild DVD, I stopped. he keeps hiring the wrongest guys for his band.
his band are now all Power Metal guys and all the Skids songs he does sound like Judas Priest.

as for the Wildhearts....danny and stidi are still mates of mine.
#19
His last solo album, Angel Down, his voice was back to his best! Plus Slave to the Grind is one of the best metal albums ever! Check out American Metalhead on you tube! (mind he may not be on you tube as I know he had a hissy fit with them) lol
I think Subhuman Race was actually half a step dropped tuning if I remember correct! And if it's what the new guys voice needed then it'd have to be done to sound right. If only Iron Maiden could have done that with Blaze Bayley!
#20
Funny all the things here being talked about and actually linked in relating to the UK stuff.People talking about Blaze (Wrong guy for Maiden IMHO but a really nice guy all the same) who i remember going to see when Wolfsbane played in London,and folk saying about the wildhearts.Now i believe Jase Edwards (Looking more like Rick Rubin these days) is producing the newer Wildhearts/Ginger stuff?

As for knowing Danny And Stidi,i lost track of what Danny was up to after the Yo-Yo's and heard some folk saying he was still in a bad way on drugs,and some saying he finally got clean so no idea whats happened.Hope he did get clean as he and his brother were decent enough lads when i got to speak to them a few times.As for Stidi,the guys a nutter in the best sense of the word!haha

I think we need to set up out own hotukdeals rock appreciation society to fend off all deals that may include dance and rap ;-)
#21
I saw him about 3 months ago in lemmington and he was fantastic. The new band he has Are really good aswell especially Nick Sterling that kid has some serious talent
#22
Chivas Regal
His last solo album, Angel Down, his voice was back to his best! Plus Slave to the Grind is one of the best metal albums ever! Check out American Metalhead on you tube! (mind he may not be on you tube as I know he had a hissy fit with them) lol
I think Subhuman Race was actually half a step dropped tuning if I remember correct! And if it's what the new guys voice needed then it'd have to be done to sound right. If only Iron Maiden could have done that with Blaze Bayley!


american metalhead! such a dumb song. nah, didnt like Angel Down. again I just thought his voice was covered in FX and the songwriting was substandard judas priest ripoffs.
having said that, I was less than impressed with Skid Row's RPM album cos it was mostly written by Bolan without Snake's help.
hopefully the next one will be on track with Thickskin as Snake is over his health issues.

Danny, I stil see at gigs, last time was in newcastle for Love/Hate & Ricky Warwick.
he did a band called The Chasers with a couple of my mates, that went **** up, reformed the yo'yos and they fired him after 1 day on tour with Antiproduct (also some good friends of mine, stayed at my house an everything). Since then he's just been coasting about doing the odd gig with whoever will learn his setlist.

Stidi I see when he comes home for Xmas and Easter usually.
top fella. awesome drummer. last time I spoke to him he commented on being thrown out of the WH's again a few years back and was still angry at Ginger, saying he'd do time if they ever crossed paths again.
still have my signed Whatever CDs at home. he signed them even tho I didnt ask him to!
loved The Jellys too.
#23
I didnt realise there was such bad blood between Stidi and Ginger.Thats a real shame as i still prefer him as the WH drummer.

Antiproduct were one of those bands i really wanted to get into but just couldnt.Just not my taste but remember the side project Ginger and Alex did which was just plain strange!

So at this time im guessing its as far as ever of a Ginger,CJ,Danny and Stidi line up for a tour?I know it sounds miserable but still dont feel Mr Sorry fits into the band,it needs that sound from the early days back again.Maybe Gingers just gone to American these days to get back the feeling of the squat in Hampstead days sound.

Oh and honeycrack werent bad either,but have to be in a fairly mellow mood to enjoy it.Sure isnt Death Angel ;-)
#24
ok guys, we have our opinions of Baz, fair enough, we all seem to like the same music. The thing for me is I seem to be just stuck in the 80's/ early 90's! I don't seem to like much of the metal since 2000 onwards. The only band I've got into really is Shadowside. A Brazillian band with a female singer! Check them out on you tube!
I'm still in two minds whether to go to the Metallica/Slayer/Megadeth/Anthrax bash coming up but I'd only want the one day ticket!
#25
Jonbhoy
I didnt realise there was such bad blood between Stidi and Ginger.Thats a real shame as i still prefer him as the WH drummer.

Antiproduct were one of those bands i really wanted to get into but just couldnt.Just not my taste but remember the side project Ginger and Alex did which was just plain strange!

So at this time im guessing its as far as ever of a Ginger,CJ,Danny and Stidi line up for a tour?I know it sounds miserable but still dont feel Mr Sorry fits into the band,it needs that sound from the early days back again.Maybe Gingers just gone to American these days to get back the feeling of the squat in Hampstead days sound.

Oh and honeycrack werent bad either,but have to be in a fairly mellow mood to enjoy it.Sure isnt Death Angel ;-)


yeah clam abuse were REALLY strange. saw them play an instore at my local record store Changes One (RIP).
All of Antiproduct's music wasnt to my particular taste but a lot of it was. awesomely nice people too.
#26
Wow now theres a name i havent heard for a couple of years,Changes one up in the NE.Shame they closed and used to get a fair amount of stuff postal from them and see the instore Ginger did.Almost but not quite as legendary as Shades in St Annes Court in London.Now THAT place was the place of legends.Attended many a signing there and used to go every couple of weeks to see what was new.I really miss the late 80's/early 90's...can you tell? ;-)
#27
Anyone remember the old 'Alive' shops that sold all the t-shirts? Just rock and metal t-shirts, they were great! I can remember late 80's the whole downstairs of hmv Birmingham was just t-shirts! Used to spend hours searching for cd singles too! Them were the days!
#28
Jonbhoy
Wow now theres a name i havent heard for a couple of years,Changes one up in the NE.Shame they closed and used to get a fair amount of stuff postal from them and see the instore Ginger did.Almost but not quite as legendary as Shades in St Annes Court in London.Now THAT place was the place of legends.Attended many a signing there and used to go every couple of weeks to see what was new.I really miss the late 80's/early 90's...can you tell? ;-)


i worked at Changes one for a bit, then when I was doing PA hire we used to come do all the instore band appearances for Tunny there.

did PA for
Diamond Dogs
The Chasers
Antiproduct
Ginger
Johnny Zhivago
Plan A
Bubble
band featuring ex members of Kerbdog....can't remember their name
B-movie Heroes
Dan Baird from Georgia Sat's

my own band Stuffed also did a set there in the absence of Spunge, who were stuck in York.
#30
Never thought i would enjoy anything associated with Vixen but Bubble were great especially the song "Black hole".Yes ok in this week of andy gray comments its maybe not right,but Share in Bubble...phwoooooooooooooooooooooar haha.

Diamond Dogs and Plan A ring bells for some reason but cant recall hearing stuff.Maybe must have just seen the names on the net.Sounds like you have had an interesting time Slack.
#31
Plan A was Jef from The Wildhearts and a coupla others.
#32
Bazza71
andiejn
Chivas Regal
slackrat77
Kaj
Yeah it's a great price but having seen skid row and Bach on his own there is no comparison
bach's voice is WRECKED and so is he. properly having a midlife crisis now. wife divorcing him, got 1 side of his hair long and 1 side cut short!!!!after having seen both myself, Skid Row 89-93 with bach was awesome. with Johnny from 2000 is a different thing but i really do like them as a 2nd chapter, bach on his own with his ever changing band....ego on legs, voice not up to it anymore.having said that, am a little biased due to the fact that in 2003 Johnny Solinger from Skid Row, did a guest appearance on my band's album, since then I've ketp in touch with him and Rachel Bolan.


I can't agree with that mate, Have seen Baz solo many times and his voice is always amazing! Plus his last solo album was great too with his voice more powerful than ever!

not to mention if his voice had been so shot, he'd've not got the broadway gigs.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vQsf3FR4op8&feature=related


Sounds pretty wreckeded here, one to many B&H. Axl's still sounds like it did in 1987. Still, brings back fond mammaries.

yeah, but as great an album appetite was, it's never been renowned for the quality of the vocals, Axl does sound more or less the same, a whining little ****, only these days, he ahsn't got the band around him to back him to anywhere near those standards.

as someone else has stated, If singing BAch songs, rather than GnR, you'd say the opposite. It's very hard for a good singer to sing a song by a bad singer & sound right. Cover Elton, most singer's don't sound right, because you used to Elton's averageness.
Her Bach sound like he can't sign, because he''s singing a vocal where the guy you're used to hearing sing it never could.
#33
Jonbhoy
Being totally honest i still remember even back in the good days (Geez i feel old!) plenty of folk saying Baz couldnt sing just because he sounded differently from say James Hetfield.Lots ,of folk couldnt stand Axl's voice either.But its like i have always said,so long as YOU enjoy it and makes YOU feel good then who really cares!

By the way Andiejn,great avatar.Wildhearts again were another VERY under rated band and Earth Vs is a classic that was heavily overlooked.Its a shame as i think its a bit like Metallica,when the key member left (Danny/Cliff) they just were not the same band.Last couple of CD's i just cant get into but early stuff is amongst the best rock Britains produced.And Ginger could well be a comedian as well as a musician,his banter between tracks especially at the 12 bar is comical.Sorry im veering off subject,just nice to post on a header i was actually into and dont feel unfashionable being in ;-)


nevermind WERE, still ARE ;) They've gone a little less chorus based on the last 2, but still better than most.
considering 'Coupled with' is just the b-side from one album, most bands would murder for songs of that standard.

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