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|From: 80's Hard Rock
||Date: December 2, 2007 at 9:41|
|Like this alot. Seems as if Bach was the most important piece of the puzzle in Skid Row... This cd rocks, and the new SR cd doesn't... Bach can be proud not only of this great cd, but also for keeping his long hair. That's something special, a real rocker.
||Date: December 3, 2007 at 17:21|
|The Best Rock Album Of The 21st Century! http://www.amazon.com/gp/cdp/member-reviews/A1Y6KJRW6AKL6T/ref=cm_pdp_profile_reviews?ie=UTF8&sort%5Fby=MostRecentReview
|From: Remastered Reason
||Date: December 5, 2007 at 18:43|
|Not into this too much as it seems Bach has made an angry metal album of sorts here. Lots of screaming & whailing with heavy crunching riffs. Not all bad but bring back some good time party rock & roll like back in the Skid Row early days.
||Date: December 6, 2007 at 2:31|
|VERY GOOD CD 85/100 US METAL with a wide range of style from LATE 80'S POWER BALLAD to STADIUM HEADBANGIN'ANTHEM to SLAVE TO THE GRIND kind of TRASH songs and even some late US 70's HARD ROCK A real solo album with different songwriters in order to show the diversity of SEBASTIAN's VOCAL performances GREAT BUNCH of hired guns/MUSICIANS especially the HALFORD team ROY Z/JARZOMBEK/CHLASCIAK and the GREAT STEVE DI GIORGIO (DEATH/TESTAMENT/SADUS/ARTENSION/ANGEL OF EDEN/ICED EARTHetc..)BUY
||Date: December 14, 2007 at 8:57|
|Much better than Bach and Friends !! Not quite sure if this the sound of early Skid Row but I would say it has a much harder edge. I am staddling the fences as to whether this worthy of lofty rating of 90 but I would give this a solid 78/100. Good album and recommend if you like Sebation Bach. Not in the style of their ST album but more of the Slave to the Grind album in my opinion.
|From: PODEROSO YIRO
||Date: January 13, 2008 at 13:38|
|MMmm vaya pense que ya habia opinado sobre este. Bueno pues por este disco se hizo mucho bolo y al final pos no es para tanto. Si, suena contundente. Si, suena potente y hardrockero pero se nos queda corto. Esto es Hard/Heavy en la línea de los temas mas duros del Slave To The Grind con mucho del Subhuman Race. Interesantes los temas a duo con Axl (para bien o para mal). Seb Bach insiste en abusar mucho del grito, cuando a mi parecer, debería sacarle mas jugo a la modulación de su voz...
|From: PODEROSO YIRO
||Date: January 13, 2008 at 13:44|
|Destacan algunos temas duros y potentes como son: "You Don´t Understand" y "Our Love Is A Lie" y sobre todo esa balada, que puede pintar para un megahit, que es "By Your Side" en la mas pura linea de clasicos como "In A Darkned Room"... y ahi si, Sebastian Bach logra algo realmente emotivo... lastima que no balanceó el disco correctamente
|From: rick kerch vzla
||Date: February 10, 2008 at 17:27|
|To describe this album is simple...it's just BRUTAL!!!...very good album indeed.Powerful songs,a nice and emotive cover ("Back in the Saddle"-original by Aerosmith)& the typical love ballad "By your Side".This Angel Down 4 sure will bring back some credits to a singer that has tried to be a 80's survivor among the new generation of singers.Actor & musician and also a very charismatic person our old good Seb deserves to be recognize as one of the best singers that emerged in the U.S back in the g
|From: rick kerch vzla
||Date: February 10, 2008 at 17:33|
|...golden age of music (80's).Without being a "hard die fan i'd rather listen to this album than any other by these so called "Rock Bands" (not gonna mention any,do not want to hurt anyone's feelings),i'm just being as objective as i can.95/100
||Date: February 11, 2008 at 10:17|
||Date: April 10, 2008 at 3:17|
|I wish there was less screaming and more singing. The duets with Axl are pretty good.
|From: Doghouse Reilly
||Date: June 26, 2008 at 15:16|
|If you're looking for "Youth Gone Wild," or "I Remember You," forget it, they ain't here. This is, as someone said, an "angry metal album." Which is fine with me. It has a modern sound, but in a good, very heavy way. Baz does scream too much, which is my only complaint. Baz has really knocked it out of the park with this one, as much as his behavior makes you want to root against him. The only weak track is 'Our Love Is A Lie," but I especially love "You Don't Understand," "American Metalhead" (a song from Metal Mike's Painmuseum band), "Take You Down With Me," "Stabbin' Daggers", and the most '80's-sounding song by far, "Fallin' Into You."
||Date: June 10, 2009 at 19:04|
|I have to wonder if people have actually listened to this album all the way through. Yes, there are some tracks where he does his screaming style vox, but they are in the minority. If anything, this album sits sonically between Slave and Subhuman. And to the person who said "dont expect anything like I remember you", did you listen to the song "Falling into you"? Its easily equal to any ballad off the first three Skid albums. Of the 14 tracks, only 4 or so feature any screaming, so I really dont understand the complaints that seem to indicate thats what the bulk of this album is like!
||Date: September 6, 2009 at 8:07|
|Well its baz n like i said in bring em bach alive comment that baz is the best frontman ever n so on. i Quess i am like every other, i wait next skid row -st- or/and Slave to the grind material, but it wont happen ´couse baz wants to go his own way n not turn back to Skid Row times. I hope Seb will be in Skid Row, but thats only a dream. Back to the record, takes some time to getting use to this album ´couse its really heavy metal blast with huge screams, i mean subhuman race was kinda heavy but this is more metal than hard rock. When u give it few chanches u will see that its atleast decent Metal/Rock album, but i give only 80/100 , couse i know what Sebastian "The Great Man" Bach can do.
||Date: September 18, 2009 at 7:46|
|Where´s more comments about Bas? Don´t forget the best frontman n singer in the world!!!!!
|From: hair metal again
||Date: May 5, 2012 at 17:37|
|very good release by Seb ,with powerful vocs &sound and preety heavy at times!he seems to enjoy it very much and there is plenty of energy in the songs ,but ther are also 2 fine ballads!"fallin into you","take you down with me","by your side" are the highlights and i must say that this one is a keeper
||Date: February 12, 2018 at 14:30|
|The greatest vocalist in hard rock history delivers an album that is ... not the greatest in hard rock history. It definitely does not take us back to Bach's Skid Row roots, opting instead for a blistering, riff-centric, attitude-laced metal outing. Thankfully, I'm a big fan of blistering, riff-centric, attitude-laced metal, so even while I hoped for something different/better, I'm mostly satisfied with what Sebastian slammed our ears with here. No, it won't go down as any kind of a masterpiece, but it certainly doesn't crash and burn either.
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