Sebastian Bach recently announced he would be playing the entire SKID ROW debut album in full on his new tour that kicks off in August to celebrate the 30th anniversary of the record.

Bach parted with Skid Row in 1996 and continued to follow other musical ventures. In a recent interview with SiriusXM he has stated he would like to play with the original line-up.

Speaking about their debut, self titled record, released in 1989, Bach says: "We all know who the five guys are that made that record. I have an open invitation out to any of those guys, if they would like to get onstage and jam. I don't foresee that happening, but I'm throwing it out there.”

Skid Rows debut record featured some of their biggest hits such as ‘Big Guns’, ‘Sweet Little Sister’, and ‘18 and Life’. The record also landed a top ten spot in the US Billboard charts and has since been certified 5 times platinum.

Bach continues:

"The bottom line is you only get so many '30 years...It doesn't roll around too often, a 30-year anniversary. So, would I like to celebrate it with the original members? Yes, I would. Of course I would. But who knows if I'm gonna get hit by a truck we can either shit or get off the pot"

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