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Skid Row - Subhuman Race

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Title: Subhuman Race
Artist: Skid Row
Released: 1995

Tracks:
1 - My Enemy - 3:38
2 - Firesign - 4:54
3 - Bonehead - 2:16
4 - Beat Yourself Blind - 5:02
5 - Eileen - 5:36
6 - Remains to Be Seen - 3:34
7 - Subhuman Race - 2:40
8 - Frozen - 4:43
9 - Into Another - 4:02
10 - Face Against My Soul - 4:20
11 - Medicine Jar - 3:36
12 - Breakin' Down - 4:30
13 - Ironwill - 7:43

Overview:
Subhuman Race is the third full-length album by the New Jersey heavy metal band Skid Row. It was released on March 28, 1995 on the Atlantic label, and shows the band moving from their original heavy metal sound to one more influenced by alternative metal, with hints of Anthrax, and Red Hot Chili Peppers, while retaining the Guns N' Roses-style hard rock aesthetic on which they based their sound. The album's sonic range runs the gamut from the blazingly fast and aggressive "Bonehead" and title track, to chugging midtempo "Iron Will" to the saccharine "Firesign". Subhuman Race is the last Skid Row album recorded with singer Sebastian Bach and drummer Rob Affuso.
Subhuman Race charted at #35 on the Billboard 200. Despite obtaining gold status and receiving positive reviews, it was not as successful as the band's first two albums. Certain tracks from the album were remixed for the bands compilation 40 Seasons: The Best of Skid Row, given more tender, slightly cleaner mixes to fit better with the other tracks. To promote Subhuman Race, Skid Row supported Van Halen on the North American tour.
 
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