Skid Row started as a collection of poems, it came first as words, then grew into becoming the lyrics of Skid Row.. I was writing about the state of the world around me, living on what feels like the brink of societal collapse while also seeing high excess everywhere.. all the sounds of the streets crept in, the blood and tears on the street, the echoing sirens in the early morning fog, soaked into the poetry and it became evident that LA is a hyper America. a place where violence (media and real life), excess and poverty, police exceptionalism & brutality, racism interact daily.. racism is a war on reason, so in my state of animosity I wrote Skid Row, I’m a disciple of the streets my spoken word and music on Skid Row mirror these conflicts that spill out over the western landscape like a painting of America frozen in a state of hyper real war “ -- James Ferraro
James Ferraro: Skid Row
Burning Prius (For the World) James Ferraro 1' 34''
White Bronco James Ferraro 4' 33''
Pollution James Ferraro 3' 48''
Street Freaks James Ferraro 4' 28''
Million Dollar Man James Ferraro 1' 14''
Thrash & Escalate James Ferraro 3' 14''
Skid Row James Ferraro 4' 32''
To Live and Die in LA James Ferraro 8' 34''
Rhinestones James Ferraro 5' 33''
Doctor Hollywood James Ferraro 6' 54''
1992 James Ferraro 4' 19''
Sentinel Beast James Ferraro 4' 54''
At the Beach James Ferraro 3' 19''