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Artist: Sebastian Bach

Title: Bring 'Em Bach Alive

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Category: Hard Rock

Year: 1998

Label: Atlantic Records

Catalog Number: 6-70211-5041-2


Sebastian Bach lead and backing vocals
Richie Scarlett lead and rhythm guitar
Larry bass
Anton Fig drums
Wolf Hoffman guitars
Dave Linsk guitars
Jimmy Flemion guitars

Mark Mcconnell drums on live cuts


1.  Rock 'N Roll  
2.  Done Bleeding  
3.  Superjerk, Superstar, Supertears  
4.  Blasphemer  
5.  Counterpunch  
6.  Slave to the Grind live  
7.  Frozen live  
8.  18 and Life live  
9.  Beat Yourself Blind live  
10.  Riot Act live  
11.  Mudkicker live  
12.  In a Darkened Room live  
13.  Monkey Business/Godzilla live  
14.  The Most Powerful Man in the World live  
15.  I Remember You live  
16.  Youth Gone Wild live  

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Existing comments about this CD

From: The Fizzy One Date: October 2, 2002 at 20:33
Ha! I was just about to submit this one myself. Well, the studio cuts go two good, three not-so-good. 'Rock 'n' Roll' and 'Superjerk' are the good ones.' THe live tunes are also a mix of good and bad, and Baz ruins '17 and Life' by totally screaming his balls off on the high notes. He oversings on a lot of the slower ones. Good live cuts are 13, 14, 15.

From: T-BONE Date: October 3, 2002 at 0:47
I beat you to the punch Fizzy. I agree with you on the live cuts, but the only good studio track that even resembles Skid Row, is Rock N'Roll. The rest of the studio cuts start to sound like the Subhuman Race cd.

From: M. Allen Date: October 26, 2002 at 23:13
Bach is back, sans SKID Row, for this solo outing, and while it won't blow you away, it's not too bad either. The studio tracks are hit & miss, with the opening song, 'Rock 'N Roll' being the best. The others are OK, but as a previous poster mentioned, some of them sound more like 'Subhuman Race'-era SKID ROw than classic Skidsters. Not that Sebastian is obligated to mimic his days with SKID ROW, but I don't think anyone would complain if he did...

From: Nuno Date: January 3, 2003 at 19:32
The best vocal ever...His voice is not like in the old times...In Slave To The Grind he was the best vocalist in the world...Now he still great...But I miss the old style..ROXX!!!

From: Jason Date: January 11, 2003 at 19:06
Over all, this cd rocks!! Most of these tracks, Slave To The Grind in paricular sounds like they tried to speed it up compared to the original version but it sounds cool that way. Skid Row HARDCORE!

From: SPOTLIGHT Date: May 21, 2003 at 20:26
Sebastian Bach is the ORIGINAL YOUTH GONE WILD & this is the kind of album Skid Row should've done after Subhuman Race. I dig the band & all. But, Skid Row is only a shadow of their former self without Sebastian. He's got a voice that very few can match. This album is a classic in my opinion. Sebastian is the last of the true rock 'n' roll stars!!! He is rock 'n' roll!!!! (creeper@sunlink.net)

From: Gar Date: May 21, 2003 at 23:04
Didn't care too much for the studio songs, but the disc is worth getting for the live songs. Bach & company do a fine job, but I wish Skid Row would have put out a full live album with Bach instead.

From: CHIRO Date: June 14, 2003 at 0:36

From: Edu Martins Date: March 26, 2004 at 22:01
Bach is one of the most aggressive vocalists of heavy metal. I really like his style. This album deserves a 10 out of 10. The 'Slayer to the Grind' song was fantastic here!!!!

From: Date: June 21, 2004 at 17:02
Best vocal ever!!Most beautiful rocker!!Wrote the most beautiful song ever made(Wasted Time)!!Played in the greatest hard rock band ever existed!!What else... BAS you're my fuckin' HERO!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!(and not just mine)

From: Wahead Date: August 23, 2004 at 23:21
Bach is probably the best vocalist in all forms of rock. However, there are too many excuses because he hasn't released an album since Sub-Human Race w/ Skid Row in 95. This isn't an album...this is an ep with part of a live show playing SKID TUNES! Timing my butt...release a full length cd already.Slave to the Grind is not that hard to recreate. New tunes are decent...the live songs lack beef. You'll listen to the live heavy tunes maybe twice and then you'll go back to the studio versions

From: Rycheage Date: September 21, 2004 at 18:42
I absolutely love Sebastian as a vocalist, but this is severely lacking. A couple of the studio tracks are OK at best and the live tracks just seem annoying at times. This is not what we have come to expect from the greatest voice in hard rock. Hope the next one is better (and soon).

From: Aussie Dave Date: March 8, 2005 at 23:15
Probably the still the best hard rock vocalist going around. The sad thing is, he just does not release anything. The new songs on this disc, are all just ok. Maybe that's part of the problem, he needs some talented guys around him. The live songs are pretty cool though. Don't think Skid Row ever released a live album, so this is pretty cool to have. Have also heard he is very hard to work with as well. Hopefully he can get his shit together and bring something worthwhile out. 7/10....

From: headbanger4life Date: January 4, 2006 at 3:11
Sebastian Bach is one the premier vocalist to me. With that said, this one was enjoyable but I found myself wanting (to hard) to love it as much as earlier Skids music. It didn't seem to match it. The new tracks left me with mixed feelings (liked about half). The live tracks were alright and got better towards the end (tracks 13, 15 & 16). Wish they would have played Quicksand Jesus and Wasted Time. Overall it's not bad but I hope he does better next time.

From: rick kerch vzla Date: November 26, 2006 at 13:03
Seb's such a character.Saw him recently on this reality show in VH1 and it was funny.Nice guy,friendly and sensible too.His voice is superb and the name he proposed for the project "Damn mocracy" blew it all!.Do us favor good old Seb...go back to the Skids!.

From: Metalmusicman Date: December 31, 2006 at 16:46
One of the best voices in rock is back, although he's still a bigger tool than anything Craftsman ever made. The disc is basiclly 5 new songs, which suck outside of the excellent opener "Rock N Roll", which is very good actualy. What makes it worth having is the live set of Skid Row tunes. The songs come off great and Bach's voice sounds great. Very F*cking Cool!!! Shame that one of rocks best singers is such a world class ass.

From: Metalmusicman Date: January 1, 2007 at 1:23
Sorry to be harsh. Don't get me wrong, I love Bas, but I just think "Bach2Basics" is a much better listen. The all cover and tribute compilation is a very fun jam spanning such artists as Ozzy, Rush, and AC/DC. The real gem there is the song "This Is The Moment" from the Brodway Jeckyl and Hyde show. The stripped and untouched performance beautifully showcases Sebstian's voice with all it's vibrato, raw emotion, and power like never before and is just brilliant.

From: rick kerch vzla Date: March 16, 2007 at 22:50
I agree with ya Metalmusicman.The Bach2Basics is a good cover album and shows how are Seb's vocal skills but when it comes to the Skids classics...

From: metalmastermusic Date: June 19, 2008 at 9:25
Please get back with the Skid Row boys. This is second rate at best. The new album in by far better and has some good tracks but I will be selling this one on ebay in the near future. Lackluster at best. Bought this one out of nostalgia sake should have left it on the shelf. 50/100

From: GlamSlam Date: August 26, 2009 at 7:50
The songs are average n the live songs are not the best performed in this album, but still live recordings rocks but not like the times in skid row n other songs are only decent comparing who is the singer but Sebastian Bach is coolest and the best frontman ever. Skid Row was so great band, I think Sebastian should go back to Skid Row n make best cd in 2000 īcouse they can still do it! I donīt listen Skid Row without Sebastian, i donīt even wanna try SEBASTIAN 4EVER!!!!!!!!

From: rick kerch vzla Date: March 15, 2011 at 22:56
Accurate comment GlamSlam....the studio tracks that were good to me are "Rock 'N Roll" ( ),"Superjerk,Superstar,Supertears"(nice) & "Counterpunch"(rocks)..about the live classic Skid Row versions..yeah..as a music documentary are fine..nothing really outstanding apart from covering the Blue Oyster Cult anthem "Godzilla" in "Monkey Business"....not a bad record...simple but pretty effective!!!.94/100

From: Doghouse Reilly Date: March 16, 2011 at 10:21
I pretty much forgot all about this disc. Agree with Rick, the best of the studio tracks are "Rock n' Roll" and "Superjerk," but the rest sound like songs that weren't good enough to make Subhuman Race. Live stuff? Interesting to note how, even at the time I bought this (late '99 or early 2000, I think), Baz was going around blathering about how he wasn't stuck in the past like the members of Skid Row were, yet he released an album concisting mostly of a live set of him doing all Skid Row songs )but one). And the songs are played in pretty much the exact same way as Skid Row plays them live on the Budokan bootleg from '92. Stage raps are mostly cut out, though, so that's something. Best live songs are "Monkey Business" and I've alwasy had a soft spot for "The Most Powerful Man In The World."

From: rallen399 Date: September 25, 2011 at 19:46
When I first got this cd and played the 1st two tracks I thought Seb. was picking up right where Slave To The Grind ended.Rock And Roll is as good as most of the songs on either the 1st two cd Skid Row did and Done Bleeding is right there too.Then came Superjerk and Blasphemer what a couple of garbage songs those are and finally Counter Punch is ok.The live stuff is really hit and miss,you can find Seb. live on you tube doing a better job.All and all 2 new staples for the Live show and you can pretty much disregard the rest of the cd."They got the badges but they ain't got the guns" and "if you can't compete you got no soul I'll never turn my back on Rock N Roll" a couple of great lines from Rock N Roll a future classic.

From: Doug Date: September 26, 2011 at 16:02
Agree with "rallen399." "Rock 'N Roll" starts off smoking then the CD just sort of dies. "Youth Gone Wild" live version with new band mates has some good energy, though.

From: hair metal again Date: May 28, 2012 at 9:57
excellent release by hair metal god SEBASTIAN BACH!it reminds me of the Subhuman Race days and the songs are very good indeed!"counterpunch " & "rock n roll" are the highlights and the live recordings are pretty fine too!the comic story in the cd book is also enjoyable!

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