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Label: Shock (Australia)
Catalog Number: Shock 0025
|2.||Skin & Bone||3:08|
|3.||Caught In The Night||4:05|
|4.||With Or Without You||2:57|
|7.||What The Hell||4:14|
|8.||World Stops Turning||4:44|
|9.||My Light Will Shine||4:28|
|11.||Call That Living||3:01|
|Total Running Time:||47:53|
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|From: Wardy||Date: December 20, 2010 at 7:17|
|One of the Angels finest releases! My personal fave has always been HOWLING (not featured here because it didn't get a US release - criminal really as it was huge down under and the Liveline release was off the back of Howling!)... but yes Skin & Bone deserves your attention easily more depth and emotion than the party rock blues of Beyond Salvation which sold megabig (I might add Bleeding with the Times rules but!). Skin & Bone back to nearly original line-up, many of the songs co-penned by bassist Jim Hilbun, the album was a real treat. Caught in the Night was the lead single and easily beats most of what came in the several years before, Wasteland rocks like a bitch, What the Hell also but takes a little time to kick in, Northwest Highway another classic and sounds of Australia bristle during its opening, and Invisible Man is one of the catchiest Angels tracks since HOWLING, tremendous stuff all round. If you like any era of the Angels Skin and Bone will please you!|
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