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Album Review

After Skid Row split up in the mid-'90s, singer Sebastian Bach formed an alternative/heavy metal supergroup dubbed The Last Hard Men. In addition to Bach, the group included Breeders guitarist Kelley Deal, Frogs guitarist Jimmy Flemion, and Smashing Pumpkins drummer Jimmy Chamberlin. Unfortunately, the group never issued an album (just a cover of Alice Cooper's "School's Out," for the Scream soundtrack), as Deal and Chamberlin eventually went back to their previous bands. Invigorated by the experience of playing with different musicians, Bach stuck with Flemion and formed a new band, consisting of ex-Frehley's Comet guitarist Richie Scarlet, ex-Madam X drummer Mark "BamBam" McConnell, and a bassist named simply Larry. The band played over a hundred shows together. The best of them, a pair of nights played in Tokyo, Japan, make up the majority of the 1998 release Bring 'Em Bach Alive!, the first full-length album Bach has released since his Skid Row days. As expected, many standards from his former band are featured: raw and rocking versions of "Slave to the Grind," "18 & Life," "Riot Act," "Mudkicker," "I Remember You," and "Youth Gone Wild," plus a merger of "Monkey Business" and Blue Oyster Cult's "Godzilla." Also included are several new studio recordings (the Flemion-originals "Superjerk, Superstar, Supertears" and "Blasphemer," among others). Longtime Skid Row fans will definitely enjoy Bring 'Em Bach Alive!.

Customer Reviews

Bring 'Em Bach Indeed!!!

I first heard this album on 101.1 WRIF in Detroit when they played a song that made the hairs on my arm stand up...not an easy thing to do. They played I Remember You off of this album and my jaw dropped. This is such an underrated Live album and will absolutelly blow you away when you hear it. Sebastian Bach is THE BEST rock singer on the planet... he's up there with Halford and Dickinson without question and perhaps even better when they were at their best. Keep em coming Sebasitan, get back on broadway at least one more time in the next year or two, and keep the genre alive...don't ever stop rocking. -B

pure rock

best live album i have ever heard studio songs r pretty cool to

I Remember You!!!

I first heard this album (they played "I Remember You") live on 101.1 WRIF in Detroit and I was awstruck! Amazing!

Biography

Born: April 3, 1968 in Bahamas

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

The one-time frontman for hair metal hitmakers Skid Row, singer Sebastian Bach was born Sebastian Bierk in the Bahamas on April 3, 1968. A veteran of short-lived, little-known bands including Herrenvolk, Madame X, V05, and Kid Wikkid, he was living in Canada when in 1987 he received a demo tape from an unknown New Jersey band in search of a lead singer; the group was Skid Row, formed a year earlier by ex-Bon Jovi guitarist Dave "The Snake" Sabo. Signing to Atlantic, Skid Row issued its self-titled...
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