Brash New Jersey-based rockers Skid Row were one of the very last metal outfits to hit the mainstream before grunge took over in the early '90s. While the band's self-titled debut employed standard pop-metal riffs and lyrics (albeit to great commercial success via the hits "18 and Life," "I Remember You," and "Youth Gone Wild"), 1991's Slave to the Grind and 1995's Subhuman Race broke the mold with uncharacteristically hard, thrashy guitars and unique songwriting techniques. Fronted by charismatic vocalist Sebastian Bach, personal differences and changing trends eventually tore the core lineup apart by 1996, with Bach embarking on a successful Broadway and acting career. The group soldiered on with a series of different frontmen, including Johnny Solinger, ex-TNT vocalist Tony Harnell, and former DragonForce singer ZP Theart, and ...
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