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Skid Row

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Skid Row distinguished themselves from the legions of pop-metal bands of the late '80s and early '90s chiefly by their attitude, which was closer to Guns N' Roses than to Bon Jovi. They're also distinctive these days, mainly because they're still around. … see full wiki

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2 reviews about Skid Row
review by . November 11, 2003
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If you're like me, you grew up in the late 80's/early 90's and wanted to be in a band like Skid Row, Whitesnake or Def Leppard. At that time, these and other hair/glam/hard rock bands could do no wrong. From their wild hair to their sonic screams, you loved it all.  "Skid Row" is one of those albums that embodies that time of my life. From "Youth Gone Wild" to "I Remember You," the simple lyrics talked to every teenager growing at that time. There isn't anything great about any of the …
review by . October 22, 2000
Pros: Great rock and roll     Cons: none really     One of the most hard hitting and powerful heavy metal releases of 1989, has to be the debut album by Skid Row. This album shows a surprising amount of diversity and talent from a group that was all burst out of nowhere.       Although a band that did finally succumbed to the trappings of the MTV mentality, this band did produce some of the most entertaining and solid heavy music of the …
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