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Skid Row - Revolutions Per Minute Japan CD / VICP-63657
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Revolutions Per Minute

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Category: Hard Rock

Year: 2006

Label: Steamhammer

Catalog Number: STMH99962

Average Rating: 65 / 100 (12 ratings)

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Personnel
Johnny Solinger Vocals
Snake Guitar, Backing Vocals
Scotti Hill Guitar, Backing Vocals, Lap Steel
Dave Gara Drums, Backing Vocals
Rachel Bolan Bass, Percussion, Backing Vocals
Tracks
1.  Disease  
2.  Another Dick In The System  
3.  Pulling My Heart Out From Under Me  
4.  When God Can't Wait  
5.  Shut Up Baby, I Love You  
6.  Strength  
7.  White Trash  
8.  You Lie  
9.  Nothing  
10.  Love Is Dead  
11.  Let It Ride  
12.  You Lie Corn Fed Mix  

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From: Helix Date: November 12, 2006 at 16:36
If People did not beleive in Johnny Solinger they should now cause this cd kicks some major ass.And for People that don't know the song Strengh its a cover of the alarm who did it way back in 85. This Cd got a good nine out of ten from me. When God can't wait, you lie and baby I love you are great tracks. Sure to be one of the best cd of 2006.

From: poproxx2007 Date: November 13, 2006 at 5:23
Its good but I wish they wouldnt call it Skid Row. That still makes me think of Baz and the good ole days. Still there are some strong rockers that will knock your dick in the dirt. Check out the Alarm cover "Strength" and "When God Can't Wait" which are new and noteworthy.

From: Fat Freddy Date: November 16, 2006 at 17:27
There seems to be a lot of hatred for this CD out there but I'm going to go out on a limb and say this is the most pleasant surprise of 2006 for me. The slick radio-friendly hard rock of the past has been jettisoned in favor of a raunchier, harder hitting punk edge that suits me just fine. The cover of the Alarm tune "Strength" simply rules, and the country-tinged "You Lie" and "White Trash" crack me up every time. I'll gladly take this over the bland "Thickskin" or "Subhuman Race". Nice work!

From: Geoff Date: November 22, 2006 at 22:37
Well, I hate to say it but the best song, IMO by far, on this album is a cover - 'Strength'. Of the 12 songs it is the only one that pays homage to the commercial side of Skid Row... a side which I personally loved (past tense) dearly. This album is okay - a decent display of punky hard rock, but does it belong in the Skid Row discography? IMO, the answer is no. I really love 'Thickskin', but this is just way too simple and ordinary to have the Skid Row name displayed on the front cover.

From: rick kerch vzla Date: November 26, 2006 at 13:43
You just said it dear Geoff,"PUNKY HARD ROCK"????.This ain't Skid Row style.I respect Jhonny's effort but because of his voice they have changed their direction.I do recognize that bands have to evolutionate but not so drastically.Thumbs down 4 this one and their previous.

From: Rob Rocker Date: November 27, 2006 at 13:32
Musical "styles" aside, the problem with RPM is the subpar songwritng. Most of the songs sound like thrown together, unfinished ideas. Subhuman Race and Thickskin lacked direction, but at least had some good songs on them.

From: IronSaviour Date: December 5, 2006 at 18:11
Although Solinger does a decent job on the vocals, i just can't get into this cd. They did a good job on Thickskin, but this is just WAY out there.

From: Maxx Proffitt Date: December 17, 2006 at 20:16
I think people need to understand that not every album has to be a concept album. Not all songs have to have some type of deep meaning. These songs are just about goofing off, in my opinion. They are trying new things and I personally like them. Not to be mean spirited, but to Rob Rocker, to say that Thickskin lacked direction is crazy! It was a very well put together album. The song order was layed out perfectly, with a great flow.

From: Doug Date: January 2, 2007 at 18:07
Man, I'm really trying to like this one, but am struggling with it! With each new release they just seem to want to "get by" and not put a lot of effort into their lyrics and/or in being a more meaningful band.

From: metalmaniac777 Date: March 3, 2007 at 17:14
This album was about as well-received as a shit-stain on a wedding gown, but I found it to be a solid helping of hard rock. Now, it's nowhere near as good as the debut, "Slave to the Grind," or even "Thickskin," and it probably would have fared better with hard rock fans if it hadn't been called a Skid Row album, but taken on its own terms, it's enjoyable, catchy, and packs enough attitude to please. Not perfect by any means, but not the piss-poor abomination you've been hearing about either.

From: Rambo Rockerman Date: January 20, 2008 at 12:08
You Lie,When God Can't Wait are so crap,hillbillies rocking songs and Shut Up Baby,I Love You is weak.The band should be called Sub Human Race.Their is some good songs like Strength and Nothing and Another Dick In The System,Love Is Dead and Pulling My Heart Out From Under Me.Buyers beware.

From: rick kerch vzla Date: July 27, 2013 at 12:11
Being objective what i'd say is that this ain't the hard rock/metal band that we all knew once...in here they did a mix of punky feeling songs with a dosage of modern rock that simply didn't fix to real fans at heart of the band...even though the music direction went drastically different still there are some "attractive" pieces such as "Disease","Shut Up Baby,I Love You","Strenght","Nothing"(catchy song)& "Let It Ride"...obviously Solinger ain't Bach but well life goes on and the Rows decided to keep it going on as a band...80/100(not a bad rate at all,so the album one way or another could be appealing)...cheers!!!

From: hair metal again Date: July 14, 2019 at 18:50
pretty good release for SKID ROW with a great production job by Michael Wagener and their sound turns to a crear punk direction on 3 or 4 songs but also in the basics in the rest!the hooks arent big but there s a certain quality that keeps the interest!"another dick in the system","shut up baby i love you" and "white trash " are the highlights !just ok overall


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