Skid Row’s former lead vocalist, Sebastian Bach, recently posted a tweet on his Twitter account and applauded KISS’s Paul Stanley for his new album with Soul Station and said that he has listened to just a couple of songs because he wants ‘to listen to the whole thing on vinyl.’
As you probably know, for the past couple of years, aside from his career with KISS, Stanley has been working on a project which has great sentimental value for him, the band Soul Station which consists of 15 well-known musicians. The aim of this band is to pay tribute to great R&B and Soul musicians and to keep their inspiring music current.
At the beginning of 2021, Paul Stanley started releasing some singles with Soul Station, and in mid-January, he announced that the band’s first-ever full-length album would be released on March 5. The release date was postponed to March 19, but right after its release, Paul Stanley went live at a listening party and interacted with his fans who expressed their views on his new album.
Sebastian Bach was one of the people who were apparently very impressed with the new record. On his Twitter account, Bach tagged Paul Stanley and congratulated him for his latest achievement. However, he went on to confess that he still hasn’t listened to all of the songs because he’s waiting for his vinyl to arrive so that he can ‘listen to the whole thing on vinyl’ while sitting in his living room.
Here’s what Sebastian Bach said in his tweet:
“The music sounds great from what I have heard can‘t wait to listen to the whole thing on vinyl in my living room right on. Great interview on SiriusXM Town Hall, Paul Stanley.”
You can check out the tweet and listen to Soul Station’s ‘Now And Then‘ album on Spotify below.
The music sounds great from what I have heard can't wait to listen to the whole thing on vinyl in my living room right on ✌️💿✌️ great interview @SIRIUSXM Town Hall @PaulStanleyLive https://t.co/aP0VAZT4r7
— Sebastian Bach (@sebastianbach) March 20, 2021