B-Side Ourselves (CD)


Skid Row

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Amoeba Review

Joanna Ricco 05/26/2010

Eking in at the last possible second of hair metal relevance before Nirvana diverted rock’s course, Skid Row is snotty, raucous and at times a little more ominous than the Cinderella’s at the ball. On the short release B-Side Ourselves, the last they’d make before the gear-grinding 1995 release of Subhuman Race, the band did a batch of cover songs. Not ones to tread lightly or go half-ass, Skid Row’s redoes some of punk and rock’s greatest acts, including The Ramones, Judas Priest, Kiss, Sex Pistols, and Jimi Hendrix. That takes a heavy set of balls, and guess what Skid Row has? A heavy set of balls. They don’t offend anybody here, but rather make you want to kick your face just a little.



Track Listing



Disc 1 Titles
Artist
Length
1.
Psycho Therapy
Skid Row , Taime Downe 02:30
2.
C'mon and Love Me
Skid Row 03:23
3.
Delivering the Goods [Live]
Skid Row , Rob Halford 04:45
4.
What You're Doing
Skid Row 04:26
5.
Little Wing
Skid Row 03:19

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