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Artist: Skin

Title: Lucky

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Category: Hard Rock

Year: 1996

Label: Parlophone Records

Catalog Number: 7243 8 37594 2 2

Personnel

Neville Macdonald vocals
Myke Gray guitar
Andy Robbins bass
Dicky Fliszar drums

Tracks

1.  I Spit on You  
2.  How Lucky You Are  
3.  Make It Happen  
4.  Face to Face  
5.  New Religion  
6.  Escape from Reality  
7.  Perfect Day  
8.  Let Love Rule Your Heart  
9.  Juliet  
10.  No Way Out  
11.  Pray  
12.  One Nation  
13.  I'm Alive  
14.  Inside Me Inside You  

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From: Aero Force Mike Date: December 13, 2003 at 18:28
Crap! What the hell is this stuff man? The first album was freakin' awesome (hell I was the one who submitted it), with a cool Tyketto meets Thunder vibe... this sounds like... er... I dunno... it's just crap. Perfect Day was the lead single off here I believe, and man that song sucks my wang - it's god-freakin-awful. Just stick to the first album. It's NOTHING like the s/t CD... if you're crazy enough to wanna buy this, buy Wildside's s/t album while you're at it too!

From: cosmo Date: January 29, 2004 at 17:41
si el primer cd va bien no es necesario experimentar con nuevas fórmulas. Vaya, pues eso es exáctamente lo que hicieron los Skin. Así que todos los que pensábamos que íbamos a conseguir otro CD pa reventarle los tímpanos al vecino (o a uno mismo) nos quedamos con las ganas. Los temas son mucho más "rebuscados", en el 1r cd eran todos sencillos, directos e incluso pegadizos... pero de eso aquí hay bien poquito...

From: Agnar Date: January 30, 2004 at 15:45
i saw them in 1996 supporting Helloween and Dickinson...I haven't good remembrances of them....

From: Andy Nathan Date: March 23, 2004 at 20:10
I spit on this album. As said earlier their debut was a melodic hard rock classic but they suddenly went grunge and Nirvana, Soundgarden and the Wildhearts became their influences instead of Whitesnake. Still look on the bright side- the album sold a fraction of the debut and they split up a couple of years later.

From: Geoff Date: September 10, 2004 at 3:31
Wow! Amazed to see the negative comments here. Not because I disagree - I agree fully, but I thought it was just as bad as the debut. Looks like likers of the debut were disappointed with this one. I was disappointed with both. No wonder this one didn't sell on ebay... Once again, to me this is just slow, boring and average hard rock.

From: rick kerch vzla Date: June 15, 2014 at 12:39
Pretty cool album of a second rated band,shamely,because the band has its guts one way or another...some good tracks in here are 1,2(it was a "hit single" back then),4,5,8,12 & 13...this is the only album i own of them,so,if anyone else could recommend me another one,i'd be pleased,cheers Heavy Harmonies reviewers!!! ...82/100


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