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Generation Swine [Bonus Track]

Generation Swine [Bonus Track]

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by Mötley Crüe

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Product Details

Release Date:
Eleven Seven Music


Album Credits

Performance Credits

Mötley Crüe   Primary Artist
David Darling   Guitar
Vince Neil   Vocals,Choir, Chorus
Scott Humphrey   Vocals
David Paich   Piano,Harpsichord
Tommy Lee   Drums,Vocals,Choir, Chorus
Mick Mars   Guitar
Nikki Sixx   Bass,Vocals
Suzie Katayama   Cello

Technical Credits

Vince Neil   Composer,Liner Notes,Author
John Corabi   Composer
Paul DeCarli   Programming
Lenny DeRose   Engineer
Brian Dobbs   Engineer
Scott Humphrey   Sound Effects,Producer
Steve MacMillan   Engineer
Tommy Lee   Composer,Producer
Mick Mars   Composer,Author
Nikki Sixx   Composer,Producer,Author
Marty Ogden   Engineer
Dave Ogilvie   Producer,Engineer
Duke Woolsoncroft   Art Direction
James Barton   Remixing

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Generation Swine 4.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
First off, I would like to say that this and New Tattoo are my two favorite Motley Crue albums. Generation Swine was unlike any other Motley Crue album. It almost seemed like an experimental album. Many Crue fans do not like it because they stepped away from their normal music. I liked the fact that Nikki Sixx and Tommy Lee had a couple turns of singing lead on this album; both have great voices. This is a very misunderstood and VERY underrated album. Motley Crue fans just need to give it a chance.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Generation Swine is probably one of the most misunderstood albums in Motley Crue's career. Here was a band reuniting with Vince Neil after a four year absance, he returned in 1996 and Swine came out in 1997. This band has always been about growth and change and this album reflected that. Yes it was different to Dr Feelgood and the like but the secret of brilliance in this band is you never really know what's gonna happen next. This is a rich and diverse record with songwriting that still stands up five years later. It is a record of extreemes with every song having a different vibe. From Afraid to Rocket Ship to Brandon and so on every track is a classic in it's own way. This is NOT a throwaway album but it gets better with age as do the band. Maybe ONE day they will get the respect they deserve.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This is the album that was marked by the awaited return of Vince Neil to the folds - i was expecting a "reunion" sound - something reminiscent of their early work meant only to please their long-time fans. Suprisingly (and i mean that in a good way), Motley ignored the format and pushed forward with their sound. Generation Swine is definitely the most modern sounding album the Crue has ever done - and its one of my favorites - (altho, they're all one of favorites, but thats beside the point). especially with tracks like "AFRAID", "LET US PREY", and the remake version of "shout at the Devil '97". Let Us Prey easily has the heaviest riff of their entire career - i almost fell over when the drums kicked in. vince goes along with his usual croon, then some really creepy chorus-like vocals and then lets out his unearthly scream rip out. i like all the little breakdowns too - some crazy sounding guitar effects in there. this is my favorite track off the album. anyone who thinks Motley doesnt know how to rock it with the new crop of "metal" bands needs to hear this track. The extra tracks are pretty cool too, as with all the other re-releases. i sat there and compared the normal version and the alternative mix of Afraid about a dozen times - they both have their benefits - someone should combine the best aspects of both mixes. KISS THE SKY is a very decent ballad. but the CONFESSIONS demo was most interesting to me - with Tommy Lee on vox.