(1991, Cruz Records)

One of the original six bands on the 80’s Deep Six compilation that was the starting pistol for Grunge, Skin Yard were the also-rans of the Seattle sound, though on the strength of this, their sophomore effort, that’s probably as much poor luck than anything lacking on their end.

Somewhere between Alice in Chains and Mudhoney, they’re probably best known now as being a feeder band for bigger artists; their guitarist was legendary producer Jack Endino, and their various band members went on to join Soundgarden, Screaming Trees, Mad Season, and Gruntruck.

Read More: Allmusic review

Video: Official video for the title track

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