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|4.||Born To Rock & Roll|
|5.||Good To Be Back|
|7.||When I'm With You|
|8.||The Book of Your Life|
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|From: Reverend Mayhem||Date: February 19, 2013 at 10:38|
|The elements comprising Skin would seem to set them up for superstar status (tight rhythm section, competent guitar work, and of course Neville MacDonald's great Hagar-like vocal quality), yet they've always fallen short for one reason throughout their career: disappointing song quality. This final last gasp effort is no exception. Much like their self-titled debut, the material is all the product of a derivative formula delivering sub-par results. Too bad, as Nev's always deserved a better outlet for his amazing vocals. Like that first disc, here there are a few stand-out tunes (like the single, "Stronger" with its strong country-western feel behind the bluesy riffing), but otherwise the yawners come far too often. And any appealing energy they had leftover from the days of their debut is long gone. Sad, considering the potential this band has always displayed. Don't give up, Nev -- there are plenty of quality song crafters out there who'd love to have you along for the ride. 68 / 100|
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