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Sebastian Bach
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Bring 'Em Bach Alive
Review by Brian Angotti
From Skid Row to solo man, Mr. Bach does the transition with great ease. The first new music from Sebastian in years provides the same flair that was once Skid Row. Bring 'em Bach Alive, rightfully titled, is a combination of classic Skid songs mixed with the new.
Sebastian Bach
Interview by Brian Angotti
Interview with Sebastian Bach from 2000

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