Breakin' Down

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"Breakin' Down"
Single by Skid Row
from the album Subhuman Race
Released 1995
Genre Alternative metal
Label Atlantic
Writer(s) Dave Sabo
Producer(s) Bob Rock
Skid Row singles chronology
"My Enemy"
(1995)
"Breakin' Down"
(1995)
"Into Another"
(1995)
Alternative cover
Part 2 of the 2 CD set Cover
Alternative cover
German Version Cover

"Breakin' Down" is a song by Skid Row and released as a single from their third album, Subhuman Race. The song was released in 1995 and written by Dave "the Snake" Sabo. It is mostly known for its use in the Christopher Walken film The Prophecy. A remix of the song was included on the bands compilation album, 40 Seasons: The Best of Skid Row.

The song charted at #48 on the UK Singles chart.[1]

Track listing[edit]

Part 1 of a 2 CD Set.

  1. "Breakin' Down" (LP Version)
  2. "Firesign" (Demo Version)
  3. "Slave to the Grind" (Live)
  4. "Monkey Business" (Live)

Part 2 of a 2 CD Set.

  1. "Breakin' Down" (LP Version)
  2. "Frozen" (Demo Version)
  3. "Beat Yourself Blind" (Live)
  4. "Psycho Therapy" (Live) [originally performed by The Ramones]

German Version

  1. "Breakin' Down" (LP Version)
  2. "Firesign" (Demo Version)
  3. "Frozen" (Demo Version)

UK Limited Edition Green 7" Vinyl

  1. "Breakin' Down" (LP Version)
  2. "Riot Act" (Live) - Recorded at the Astoria, London, March 1995

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