Skid Row is a studio album by American electronic musician James Ferraro, released on November 13, 2015 by the label Break World Records. Lyrically, it had previously existed as a series of poems before it turned into a set of lyrics for an album named after the avy Los Angeles area Skid Row. It is the Los Angeles counterpart to Ferraro's previous studio effort NYC, Hell 3:00 AM (2013).
Skid Row. Break World. After producing a convincingly jittery, grimy portrait of late-Bloomberg New York on 2013's NYC, Hell 3:00 AM, James Ferraro has accomplished a similar likeness of his adopted hometown Los Angeles with its follow-up, Skid Row. It comes as no surprise that his . album is short on sunshine and mellow vibes, and long on looming existential dread. There's not much of New . in his portrait, no bohemian Brooklyn expats chillaxing in a pleasant new climate. is a dystopian vision stitched together from its drought-stricken -show present and. James Ferraro. 1. Burning Prius (For The World) Lyrics. 2. White Bronco Lyrics.
Skid Row (CD, Album). Skid Row (Cass, Album, Ltd).
|A1||Burning Prius (For The World)||1:35|
|B1||Million Dollar Man||1:14|
|B2||Thrash & Escalate||3:13|
|B4||To Live And Die In L.A.||8:33|
|D3||At The Beach||3:19|
|none||James Ferraro||Skid Row (CD, Album)||Break World Records||none||US||2015|
|BWR-007||James Ferraro||Skid Row (2xLP, Album)||Break World Records||BWR-007||US||2015|
|BWR-007||James Ferraro||Skid Row (Cass, Album, Ltd)||Break World Records||BWR-007||US||2015|
|none||ジェイムス・フェラーロ*||ドヤ街 (CD, Album)||Break World Records||none||Japan||2015|