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Skin & Bone
Skin & Bone
Genres: Pop, Rock, Metal
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label: ANGELS release date: 02 March 1998


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All Artists: Angels
Title: Skin & Bone
Members Wishing: 1
Total Copies: 0
Label: Liberation Music Oz
Original Release Date: 1/1/2006
Re-Release Date: 10/9/2006
Album Type: Import
Genres: Pop, Rock, Metal
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1


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label: ANGELS release date: 02 March 1998

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Ayers rock
francois | Paris, FRANCE | 08/17/2001
(5 out of 5 stars)

"THEY ARE BACK, this latest LP of Angel City/Angels is their best stuff in a career of 25 years of devastating riffs of basic and unmissable rock. It was not easy to manage, but they've reached perfection and this is simply the best album of rock of all time! Impossible to miss "Northern highway", "Invisible man", "Wasteland", "What the Hell" (probably their best song ever) and "Call that living". All of this in the good ol' traditionnal australian way: basic strong rythm section, efficient guitar licks, and soft, desperate voice of Doc Neeson."
Hardly an AC/DC clone
Brad Blackburn | Sikeston, MO USA | 12/26/2003
(5 out of 5 stars)

"I've heard them typecast as poor man's AC/DC.
This CD proves that is absolute BS. Sure, they are
from Australia and may have some AC/DC influences but that's about it. Great tunes starting with Northwest Highway followed by Skin and Bone. Wasteland starts with a nice AC/DC-ish vibe that suddenly ends with the vocals of mad-man Doc Neeson.
A full assault starts out with the following tune What the Hell. I've got a few of their earlier albums and have to say this is the best. The kind of music you turn up, pop open a cold beer and have fun."
Their Final Album- And Their Finest
Cameron Traviss | vancouver, BC Canada | 06/18/2008
(5 out of 5 stars)

"This album was the "classic" Angels lineup's final release.
Although these men were in their late 40's when they made this album, you'd never know it. This album is a vicious onslaught of guitar-driven power.
These tunes would stand against, and in many cases, SURPASS, the best of this Band's storied output. Cuts like "What the Hell", "Caught in the Night", "Invisible Man", and "Wasteland" show that this was anything but a band gasping across the finish line. This album Stunned me when a friend sent it up from Australia. Doc Neeson is in awesome form on this album,
and the Brewster Brothers deliver their usual wall-of-noise onslaught.
Brent Eccles and Jim Hilbun provide rock-steady rhythm.
Better production would have helped a bit, but it's still a Guitar-fest from end to end.
This is my favorite Angels album. Who'da thunk it?

Now that the Brewster/Neeson/Brewster triumvirate has reunited, maybe we'll get a new album!"