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David Lee Roth – Skyscraper

David Lee Roth – Skyscraper

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    Skyscraper is the second full-length solo studio album by American rock musician David Lee Roth, released on January 26, 1988. The album was a follow-up to his successful debut solo album, "Eat 'Em and Smile." 

    "Skyscraper" showcased Roth's signature flamboyant and energetic style, blending hard rock with elements of pop and glam metal. The album featured an array of catchy hooks, slick guitar solos, and Roth's charismatic vocals. It also incorporated some experimental touches, such as synthesizers and exotic percussion.

    "Skyscraper" enjoyed moderate success. It reached number 6 on the Billboard 200 chart, demonstrating its popularity among fans and rock music enthusiasts. The album's lead single, "Just Like Paradise," became a significant hit, peaking at number 6 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart. The song's upbeat and catchy nature, coupled with Roth's showmanship in the accompanying music video, contributed to its success.

    Other notable tracks from "Skyscraper" include "Knucklebones," "Stand Up," and the power ballad "Damn Good." While the album didn't match the commercial impact of Roth's previous effort, it still solidified his status as a solo artist capable of delivering energetic and enjoyable rock music.


    1 Knucklebones
    2 Just Like Paradise
    3 The Bottom Line
    4 Skyscraper
    5 Damn Good
    6 Hot Dog And A Shake
    7 Stand Up
    8 Hina
    9 Perfect Timing
    10 Two Fools A Minute