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Podcast Episode
Season
Three
number
130
Type
Album Review
Post Date
Jul 9, 2013

Skid Row

Subhuman Race

Label
Atlantic
Release year
1995
Producer
Bob Rock

Many of the hair/glam rock and metal bands of the 1980s made attempts to update their sound in the 90s but is this one successful?

For Jason's latest pick, we're back in metal mode, this time revisiting the 1995 Subhuman Race by Skid Row. Many of the hair/glam rock and metal bands of the 1980s made failed attempts to update their sound in the 90s, how does Subhuman Race fare? Tune in to find out.

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Songs in this episode

  • Intro - My Enemy
  • 3:33 - History of the Band
  • 10:31 - Subhuman Race
  • 12:55 - Eileen
  • 21:46 - Frozen
  • 26:45 - Breakin' Down
  • Outro - Remains To Be Seen

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