Sebastian Bach - 'Child Within The Man' Black 2LP

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Gatefold 180g Vinyl.

Track Listing:

Side A:
1. Everybody Bleeds
2. Freedom
3. (Hold On) To The Dream

Side B:
1. What Do I Got To Lose?
2. Hard Darkness
3. Future Of The Youth

Side C:
1. Vendetta
2. F.U.
3. Crucify Me

Side D:
1. About To Break
2. To Live Again
UPC: 4262464730466

With an inimitable presence as loud as his instantly identifiable voice, Sebastian Bach has left a San Andreas Fault-size imprint on music, theater, film, television, and culture. Moreover, his influence only continues to magnify.

He has penned and voiced some of the most iconic anthems in rock history, crafting a catalog highlighted by generational hits such as “18 and Life,” “I Remember You,” “Youth Gone Wild”,” Slave To The Grind,” “Wasted Time,” and “Monkey Business,” to name a few. He has made history as “the first heavy metal singer on Broadway” with a now legendary turn in Jekyll & Hyde: The Musical in addition to leading roles in The Rocky Horror Picture Show and Jesus Christ Superstar. He has appeared in dozens of television series and films, ranging from Trailer Park Boys and Robot Chicken to Spongebob Squarepants, The Masked Singer, and Hell’s Kitchen. Speaking to his versatility, he’s the rare force of nature who can duet with Axl Rose and reprise a seven-season recurring role on Gilmore girls.

After selling tens of millions of albums, generating billions of streams, toppling charts, and packing arenas and amphitheaters around the world, he does what he does best on his long-awaited sixth full-length album, Child Within the Man [Reigning Phoenix Music].

“All I can do is make music that I love,” he explains. “That’s all I’ve ever done—and I really love this album. I have the same feeling for these songs that I did for 18 and Life. I hear the same emotion. If anyone is feeling down or depressed, crank this record. You’ll realize you can take the bull by the horns.”

Sebastian’s return is long overdue, to say the least.