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Editorial Reviews

1. Don't Laugh (You Might Be Next) 3:29 2. El Paso 4:42 3. Piece of Candy 5:23 4. Shopping Cart Jesus 4:11 5. Queer 4:37 6. Song to Slit Your Wrists By 3:07 7. Stormy 3:35 8. Killing Joke 4:03 9. All of My Heroes Are Dead 4:59 10. Alone Again (Naturally) 8:00 11. Who We Are 1:52

1. Don't Laugh (You Might Be Next)
2. El Paso
3. Piece Of Candy
4. Shopping Cart Jesus
5. Queer
6. Song To Slit Your Wrists By
7. Stormy
8. Killing Joke
9. All Of My Heros Are Dead
10. Alone Again (Naturally)
11. Who We Are

Product Details

  • Audio CD (June 20, 2000)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Explicit Lyrics
  • Label: Beyond Records
  • ASIN: B00004T0N4
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (21 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #89,698 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Customer Reviews

4.3 out of 5 stars

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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By jim brogan on June 21, 2000
Format: Audio CD
Motley is one of my favorite bands. They are not deep in the way of social depth, however they are fun and tongue and cheek and I like that. I bought 58 with some trepidation. I read decent reviews but the talk of all that spoken word [BS] made me nervous. But I have faith in Nikki Sixx. Just because I like Motley, don't label me a total metal head, but if you are this might not be your thing. 58 is more like Beck meets Beatles meets Prodigy. It's a very hybrid sound that gels very nicely together, a perfect oxymoron, I would call it organic electronic rock. What irritates me is that if this album was promoted on alternative radio, it would be a monster hit, however since it's Sixx's project, it gets pigeon holed as some hair band trying to be something he is not. The industry wears blinders and it's sad because this album is really freakin good. And it goes to show how some artists really can stretch and grow. Don't we all?
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Henrik Harbin on June 1, 2003
Format: Audio CD
Anybody expecting to hear Motley Crue music on 58's "Diet for a New America" will have to listen REALLY closely.
This CD sounds more like the stuff that influenced Nikki Sixx-- Mott the Hoople, "Satanic Majesties"-era Rolling Stones, Ziggy Stardust-era Bowie, and of course Iggy Pop. And the Crue? Sometimes. You'll have to listen to the "Motley Crue" CD to get even close.
This is a great breath of fresh air for Nikki. It's too bad that this is the only thing they've released to date.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By "kingofrock379" on December 23, 2000
Format: Audio CD
Diet for a New America is completely amazing. It's a great side project from Nikki Sixx of Motley Crue, which are one of my favorite bands. This album is a work of art. It can't be put into one genre of music nor can it really be described. The only way to get the true effect is to buy it and listen to it. This album also features Dave Darling of the Boxing Gandhis, Steve Gibb, son of Barry Gibb, and session drummer Bucket Baker. The album opens with Don't Laugh (You Might Be Next). It features Dave on vocals like most of the album and the song could be described somewhat as techno rock. El Paso is follows. It is a poem read by Nikki over another techno hip hop beat. Don't let the spoken word part scare you, this song is fantastic and the words are amazing. The next song and first single is Piece of Candy. It is probably the most radio ready song. It is a mellow rock song. It is really good. Shopping Cart Jesus starts with a distorted bass intro, before kicking into a heavy techno beat. Queer is the next song, it is very catchy lyricly and musically. The first song to surface from this project Song to Slit you Wrist By is next. It stays within the same style of the album except this is a lot more techno. Stormy is a song written about Nikki's son. This is also more commercial than the rest of the album. It's like a mid tempo techno ballad. Killing Joke is another uptempo techno influenced song. All of My Heroes are Dead is a slow moody song. It is probably my least favorite track on the record. Alone Again (Naturally) is a great song. It is a rap influenced mellow rock song. It is a really good track. The album closes with Who We Are. This song is really heavy.Read more ›
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By "mun_chuck" on December 9, 2001
Format: Audio CD
This is a great CD!! It's like nothing you've ever heard before, and then again, not like this anyway. The sound got this leand back feel to it, and the lyrics are great.
Get this CD! You won't be sorry!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Grace Cardinalli on September 5, 2001
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
Don't get me wrong, Motley Crue is the reason why I became a musician. This CD is completely different, though - NIN meets Everlast, may somewhat describe the type of music "58" plays - a definite plus. Each track is unique - another plus. So why only 4 out of 5? "Alone Again, Naturally" was/is just not a track I find enjoyable. It is interesting for the first 47.5 seconds, then it's "O.K., that's enought..." and go to the next song. Kudos to "58" for a truly unique venture - I hope to see/hear more of "58" in the near future.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Paul Legerski VINE VOICE on July 11, 2000
Format: Audio CD
This CD, a side project of CRUE bassist Nikki Sixx, has more depth and relativity to the year 2000 than most of what is popular right now. A lot of loops/samples, trippy spoken word parts alongside hard rock. Not a frat boy's METHODS OF MAYHEM, either. Very intelligent, sly and witty. A dark and twisted journey. Kind of Beck meets a toned down Marilyn Manson meets The Doors. Just be warned that this is not in any shape or form a MOTLEY CRUE type release...it's way darker. But very enjoyable.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Nikki Crue on March 8, 2001
Format: Audio CD
Nikki said it best when he described the "Diet" CD as being everything and nothing you've ever heard before. It's great to see Nikki break out on his own. I'd hate to see him get pigeon-holed with the Crue and never be able to explore his full potential. This is CD is a must have for all Sixx fans.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Bryan on March 16, 2001
Format: Audio CD
In what can only be explained as an awakening of musical exchanges and ideas, Nikki Sixx and cast deliver an extrordinary package. It delves into a dark genre, much darker than any Motley Crue song including Primal Scream could ever dream. Nikki expands his horizons and truly comes into his own as a singer/songwriter. If you are expecting a typical Crue album consisting of songs about drugs and girls in scantally clad garments you will be sadly dissapointed. However, if you are interested in what Nikki can acomplish when free of the limitations of Motley Crue than this is the album for you. I only wish more of today's singer/songwriters could take a note from this extrordinary expression. Dig deep, deeper than you thought possible and start creating some real music again. This is a must album for anyone who happens to be a fan of Nikki Sixx and for that matter any true music lover.
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