Skid Row – B-Side Ourselves

Skid Row - B-Side Ourselves
Released 1992 (Atlantic)
Billboard Chart Position #58

Track List:
01. Psycho Therapy
02. C’mon And Love Me
03. Delivering The Goods
04. What You’re Doing
05. Little Wing

Sebastian Bach – vocals
Dave “Snake” Sabo – guitar
Scotti Hill – guitar
Rachel Bolan – bass
Rob Affuso – drums

Additional Musicians:
Taime Downe – background vocals (1)
Rob Halford – background vocals (3)

Produced by Jim Mitchell and Skid Row. Track 3 produced by Bruce Calder,
Rachel Bolan and Sebastian Bach.

I saw this several times in the store but had no idea what to make of it. Finally, I broke down and bought it. I shouldn’t have waited so long. It’s a good thing to hear bands do the classics without ruining them. When I say that, I don’t mean Britney Spears trying to rock out to a Rolling Stones song. That is what you call ruining a song by an annoying singer whose only appeal is T&A, and that doesn’t stand for talent and ability.

  While it is too short and there is a song on there I’m not crazy about (“Psycho Therapy”), I like the rest a lot. Especially Kiss‘ “C’mon And Love Me” and a live version of Judas Priest‘s “Delivering The Goods” with Mr. Rob Halford in attendance. Plus, any Hendrix cover is cool.

  I wouldn’t pay $20 for B-Side Ourselves but if you see it for under $10, pick it up. It’s worth it.

Reviewed by James for Sleaze Roxx, July 2004.

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