Producer – Skid Row, Steven Haigler (tracks: 4 to 7, 10, 12)
Written-By – Johnson (tracks: 2, 6, 11), Snake, Solinger (tracks: 7), Bolan, Hill (tracks: 4, 12), McCabe (tracks: 4)
Manufactured By – Victor Entertainment, Inc.
Distributed By – Victor Entertainment, Inc.
Skid Row - Thickskin FULL ALBUM. Cinderella - Don't Know What You Got Till It' is the fourth studio album by American heavy metal band Skid Row, and first to feature Sebastian Bach replacement Johnny Solinger and only to feature former Saigon Kick drummer Phil Varone. The album alienated most Skid Row fans due to the absence of Bach, with many of them believing a reunion without Bach was not really Skid Row. It charted at number 46 on the Top Independent albums chart. Listen free to Skid Row Thickskin New Generation, Ghost and more. 12 tracks 46:33. in album Skid Row - Thickskin 2003. Skid Row - New Generation. Skid Row - Ghost. Skid Row - Swallow Me. Skid Row - Born A Beggar. Skid Row - Thick Is The Skin. Skid Row - See You Around. Skid Row - Mouth Of Voodoo. Skid Row - One Light. Skid Row - I Remember You two. Skid Row - Lamb. Skid Row - Down From Underground. Preview, buy and download songs from the album Thickskin, including New Generation, Ghost, Swallow Me The Real You and many more. Buy the album for . Songs start at . Skid Row USA. Learn more. Other productions from Skid Row USA. Revolutions per Minute. Name Skid Row. Album Name Thickskin. Type Album. Released date 05 August 2003. Labels Steamhammer Records. Other productions from Skid Row. Skid Row. Type: Full-length. First Skid Row album for vocalist Johnny Solinger and drummer Phil Varone. I Remember You Two is a sped-up version of the ballad I Remember You from their debut album. Recording information: Produced by Skid Row. Born A Beggar, Thick Is The Skin, See You Around, Mouth Of Voodoo, Lamb, Hittin' A Wall produced by Skid Row and Steven Haigler. Recorded at The Sanctuary Rumson, NJ, Shorefire Sound Longbranch, NJ, The Sanctuary and Reflections Charlotte, NC. Engineered by Joseph De Maio and Steven Ha. But Thickskin, Skid Row's first studio album with the expressive Solinger, is surprisingly good, although it should be stressed that this 2003 release is hardly a carbon copy of the band's Atlantic output of the late '80s and early- to mid-'90s. Instead, Skid Row updates their sound, offering a more modern approach by early 2000s standards that is obviously cognizant of alternative rock tastes. It isn't as dramatic a makeover as Tommy Lee gave himself after leaving Mötley Crüe and forming Methods of Mayhem, but it certainly isn't a dose of hair band nostalgia, e