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Bring Em Bach Alive
Genres: Pop, Rock, Metal
Domestic debut of the first solo record by the vocalist for the hit '80s hair metal group Skid Row. A live album recorded at the Liquid Room in Tokyo on August 1st, 1998, it contains 16 tracks, including versions of Skid ... more »
Domestic debut of the first solo record by the vocalist for the hit '80s hair metal group Skid Row. A live album recorded at the Liquid Room in Tokyo on August 1st, 1998, it contains 16 tracks, including versions of Skid Row hits like '18 & Life' and 'Slave To The Grind'. The booklet is mostly a full color comic book. 1998 release.
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Eduard S. (ishamael13) from GRANTS PASS, OR
Reviewed on 4/23/2014...
These are the good old Skid Row days revisited only with Sebastian's original new material. What I mean by revisited is that the fantastic vocals are still there and it does remind one of the good old Skidrow days in that. Much of the style is the same, but there are some nice slow songs that ad a surprisingly mellow edge for a little and show us Bach's amazing talent and range.
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He's BACH and better than ever!
Antoinette Avalon | USA | 03/30/2000
(5 out of 5 stars)
"It took almost a year but Sebastian Bach's first solo effort finally made it as a United States release! The former vocalist for SKID ROW is here to show us that he still has what it takes! The DIFFERENCE between the import version and the U.S. release, other than the obvious price difference, is a change in which songs are on the CD. The live versions of "Here I Am" and "Sweet Little Sister" have been replaced by another two brand new studio tracks on the U.S. release, "Rock 'N' Roll" and "Counterpunch". This means, for the die hard fan...BOTH the domestic and the import versions are worth having! I might add, both the live and studio tracks are ALL solid. The new songs are everything you would expect from Sebastian Bach. The old songs done live are absolutely amazing! YOU MUST HEAR THIS to fully appreciate Sebastian Bach's vocal range. WARNING: If your speakers are feeble you may want to invest in a good set because he'll blow away the weak! Like all the other fine things in life Sebastian Bach just continues to get better with age. He is undeniably the Ambassador of Attitude, playing rock the way it should be, LOUD and full of IN YOUR FACE ATTITUDE! He shows us once again why he's the ORIGINAL "Youth Gone Wild". His first solo album is only the beginning! He will be with us for a long time to come! A lot of other bands within this genre have come back strong recently, and, there are others who have moved on to solo efforts as well. DEFINITELY pick up a copy of "Bring 'Em Bach Alive", but then, go take a look at some of your other favorites. You may be pleasantly surprised! Need a memory jog? You can click on over to my home page on Amazon and find many of these bands reviewed and most of them mentioned. Your only problem once there will be...decisions, decisions, decisions. :o)"
From the Gut!
frisky2000 | smallville | 08/03/2000
(3 out of 5 stars)
"Want to hear a pair of powerful lungs like none other in the heavy metal world? Then give a listen to Sebastian Bach. I was NEVER a Skid Row fan -- and I mean NEVER. Then I caught Bach's performance on Broadway in New York City as Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde and I was BLOWN AWAY COMPLETELY by his voice. Bach has an incredibly charismatic stage presence, and it takes an awful lot to impress a stuffy bunch of Broadway Theatre goers in The Big Apple, so picture this wild eyed, long haired, heavy metal rocker singing to sold out performances every single night this summer and getting thunderous standing ovations each time! It is truly exciting!This excellent LIVE CD recorded in Japan in 1998 gave me a chance to hear just how far this performer reaches when he does his brand of rock and roll. His reach is awesome. "18 and Life" as well as "I Remember You" are nicely done and you'll enjoy the way Bach hits end-notes with a range that could stop a mack truck.Whether you liked SKID ROW in the eighties or not, this is a good cd to buy for some impressive vocal sounds. Bach has a bright future ahead!"