Revolutions per Minute is the fifth full-length studio album by Skid Row, released on October 24, 2006. It is the band's only release with drummer Dave Gara. It is also the final full length release to feature frontman Johnny Solinger before he and the band parted ways in 2015.
Michael Wagener temporarily reunited with Skid Row and became their producer for this album. It had been 15 years since he co-produced the band's second album Slave to the Grind in 1991.
The album received negative reviews and only charted in Japan at #266
"Shut Up Baby, I Love You" was released as a single and "Strength" is a cover song originally performed by The Alarm.
The album received mostly negative reviews. Greg Prato of Allmusic gave it a rating of two and a half out of five stars, and said that the album sounded extremely similar to earlier releases—"you get the same angry-yet-melodic riff rockers that you long ago came to expect from the group [...] Revolutions Per Minute is just what you'd expect from Skid Row."