|Released||September 10, 1994|
|Mötley Crüe chronology|
|Collector's Guide to Heavy Metal||6/10|
Quaternary is an EP by the heavy metal band Mötley Crüe. It was released in 1994 on Elektra.
The EP, which was initially going to be titled Leftovers, was made available as a mail-in offer for purchasers of the self-titled album in a limited quantity of 20,000 copies. The EP features one song from each member of the band ("Planet Boom" by Tommy Lee, "Bittersuite" by Mick Mars, "Father" by Nikki Sixx, and "Friends" by John Corabi), along with the song "Babykills" which is performed by the entire band.
This release has since gone out of print. Songs 1–3 and 7 were reissued on the Supersonic and Demonic Relics compilation in 1999. Songs 1–2 were featured on the Red, White & Crüe compilation in 2005, and all the tracks were made available on the Music to Crash Your Car to: Vol. 2 box set in 2004.
The rap metal-influenced "Planet Boom" was later released on the soundtrack for Tommy Lee's then-wife Pamela Anderson's movie Barb Wire . However, the song was credited to Tommy Lee only, and the title was changed to "Welcome to Planet Boom". A video was also released for the song around the same time as the movie's release.
|1.||"Planet Boom"||Tommy Lee||Lee & Rock||3:49|
|2.||"Bittersuite" (Instrumental)||Mick Mars||Mars & Rock||3:17|
|3.||"Father"||Nikki Sixx||Sixx & Rock||3:58|
|4.||"Friends"||John Corabi||Corabi & Rock||2:28|
|5.||"Babykills"||Corabi, Lee, Mars, Sixx||Bob Rock||5:23|
|6.||"10.000 Miles Away"||Corabi, Lee, Mars, Sixx||Bob Rock||6:20|
|7.||"Hooligan's Holiday" (Extended Holiday Version)||Corabi, Lee, Mars, Sixx||Bob Rock||11:07|
|8.||"Hammered" (Demo)||Corabi, Lee, Mars, Sixx||Bob Rock||4:39|
|9.||"Livin' in the No" (Demo)||Corabi, Lee, Mars, Sixx||Bob Rock||4:26|
Shout at the Devil is the second studio album by American heavy metal band Mötley Crüe, released on September 26, 1983. It was the band's breakthrough album, establishing Mötley Crüe as one of the top selling heavy metal acts of the 1980s. The singles "Looks That Kill" and "Too Young to Fall in Love" were moderate hits for the band.
Robert Alan Deal, known professionally as Mick Mars, is an American musician and the lead guitarist and co-founder of the rock band Mötley Crüe. He is known for his aggressive, melodic solos and bluesy riffs.
Mötley Crüe is the eponymous sixth studio album by heavy metal band Mötley Crüe, released on March 15, 1994. It is the band's only album released without singer Vince Neil, who was replaced by ex-The Scream singer John Corabi. It was also the first album of new material released by the band since their 1989 album, Dr. Feelgood.
Girls, Girls, Girls is the fourth studio album by American glam metal band Mötley Crüe, released on May 15, 1987. The album contains the singles "Wild Side" and "Girls, Girls, Girls". It was the band's final collaboration with producer Tom Werman, who had produced the band's two previous albums, Shout at the Devil and Theatre of Pain. Like those albums, Girls, Girls, Girls would achieve quadruple platinum status, selling over 4 million copies and reaching number two on the Billboard 200.
Generation Swine is the seventh studio album by the American heavy metal band Mötley Crüe, released on June 24, 1997. The album marks the return of lead singer Vince Neil following his last appearance on 1991's Decade of Decadence and the last to feature drummer Tommy Lee until the 2008 album Saints of Los Angeles. It is also the band's last album to be released on Elektra Records.
John Corabi is an American hard rock singer and guitarist. He was the frontman of The Scream during 1989. He was also the frontman of Mötley Crüe between 1992 and 1996 during original frontman Vince Neil's hiatus from the band.
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Live: Entertainment or Death is the first official live album by American heavy metal band Mötley Crüe. Released on November 23, 1999, it is a compilation of recordings from 1982 to 1999. However, it contains no songs from the band's self-titled 1994 album, nor 1997's Generation Swine. "We picked the stuff that sounded the best without having to touch it up," Nikki Sixx observed in 2000. "We still play some of those songs [from Generation Swine] in the set; they just didn't make the final tracklisting."
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