Mötley Crüe - Generation Swine

4.6 | 87 votes |
Release date: 24 June 1997
Style: Glam rock


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01. Find Myself
02. Afraid
03. Flush
04. Generation Swine
05. Confessions
06. Beauty
07. Glitter
08. Anybody Out There?
09. Let Us Prey
10. Rocketship
11. A Rat Like Me
12. Shout at the Devil '97
13. Brandon

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Some things weren't clear when Vince Neil left The Crue and it is still not clear if Vince Neil decided to go back to Motley Crue or if he was forced to do it by their record company. Anyway, The Crue was working with "Generation Swine" when they decided to fire John Corabi (Neil's replacement) after the poor results they got with their previous album, "Motley Crue". Producer Scott Humphrey, who previously worked with Rob Zombie was hired this time. The Crue really was looking for some kind of sound a la Marilyn Manson, since they also hired his keyboardist, Charlie Clouser. This album was co-produced by Nikki Sixx and Tommy Lee. These guys were impressed by Bob Rock's philosophy, so it was time to use what they had learned.

published 22.06.2008 | Comments (9)


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05.01.2012 - 04:22
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Worst album by Motley Crue and one of the worst albums I've ever heard.
27.05.2013 - 21:49
Rating: 9
My Favourite Mötley Crüe album. But I do understand why no one else seems to like it - at all.

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