Skid Row Will get Kiss’d


Rock and Roll Over (Casablanca)

Skid Row Will get Kiss’d: Skid Row bassist Rachel Bolan advised us about his love for a Kiss vintage.

Rachel Bolan: When I used to be requested to do a write up about my favourite album, it sounded simple.

Wow, I used to be incorrect.


What’s the standards for a favourite album?

The song? The reminiscences? The band?

I got here to the realization that I’ve a large number of favorites for all the ones causes.

Despite the fact that I narrowed it down to 5, I believe like I’m dishonest on my second, third, 4th, and fifth alternatives. However right here is going.

I take into account being pushed to the Ocean County mall so I may move to Camelot Tune to shop for the then latest album from KISS. It was once Rock and Roll Over.

I, after all, examine it in Circus Mag and waited see you later after the introduced launched date to get it.

Used to be it price it? Rattling proper it was once.

Let’s get started with the album quilt. It was once hypnotic. I’d best smash from my trance lengthy sufficient to drop the needle to pay attention once more. The primary notes of “I Need You” drew me in best to be blown again when the band kicked in with each and every minimize, leaving an enduring mark. The operating order is very best, the hooks monstrous and the uncooked sound captured New York Town’s greatest. This album taught me about intercourse, bass and Rock and Roll.

I nonetheless have my authentic vinyl in addition to 2 different copies.

My apologies to the remainder of my best 5. I’m hoping we will nonetheless be pals.

Skid Row Will get Kiss’d: Skid Row plays with Warrant, Quiet Insurrection and Kip Winger on Wednesday, July 20 on the Pacific Amphitheatre.

Updated: July 11, 2022 — 1:20 pm