There's an undeniable effortlessness to the way Skid Row pivot from pop power ballads to brutal heaviness. Of course, with a vocalist as dynamic as Sebastian Bach, anything's possible. On 1989's dramatic tearjerker “I Remember You,” Bach's heartbroken wails reach up to the heavens, soaring over acoustic guitars while crossing paths with screeching axes. In contrast, “Monkey Business” spotlights his vengeful shriek as it climbs over rumbling power chords and a banging cowbell. Bach even experiments with bassy growls on “Piece of Me,” a song inspired by grunge's muddy wallop.