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Generation Wild Extra tracks, Import

4.9 out of 5 stars 23 customer reviews

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Japanese pressing includes one bonus track.

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  • Audio CD (June 29, 2010)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Extra tracks, Import
  • Label: Imports
  • ASIN: B003I8WZZ4
  • Average Customer Review: 4.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (23 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,244,013 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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By Nikiforos V. Skoumas on May 5, 2010
Format: Audio CD
Undoubtedly `Crashdiet' is one of the most authentic Sleaze metal bands of their generation. Hailing from Sweden the group has achieved a lot and been through a lot since their debut in 2005; Despite the fact that `Crashdiet' has been around for merely five years (as a recording band) the have enjoyed the booming appeal of their music and style throughout northern Europe, the pleasure of topping the charts within their home country while they have also endured a death in the family (Original singer Dave Leppard ended his life after the launch and success of their debut album).

`Generation wild' is the brand new, third studio album of `Crashdiet' featuring the creative core of guitarist Martin Sweet, bass player Peter London and drummer Eric Young joined by attitude-fuelled singer Simon Cruz (replacing Oliver Twisted who fronted the band during the 2nd album `The unattractive revolution).

With 'generation wild' the band effectively takes steps backward but in a good way! `Crashdiet' has gone back to the sound and attitude of their debut and in a sense reintroduce themselves to worldwide audiences. Indeed, `Generation wild' is the first `Crashdiet' album to be supported by international distribution (thanks to Frontiers records) therefore the band is clearly aiming at an international career after their evident domestic success.

In terms of sound the album is metallic, melodic and obviously sleazy. You can rely on the fact that `Generation wild', `Rebel', `So alive' and `Down with the dust' sound as classic as their titles suggest. The production is thick, the riffs huge on most occasions (namely `Armageddon), endless amount of melodic guitar and vocal lines, and as always BIG choruses.
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I've been following up on a late trend of bands like Crashdiet that apparently have conspired to bring back the 80's hair metal rock scene to the current and much devoid of musical talent music industry. I am amazed and glad to be witnessing such a revival. Much to the likes of the hair metal scene, Crashdiet are amazingly gifted and unlike the sissy look from some of the glam rock bands from the 80's, they bring a dose of attitude and metal musicianship that truly stands out from today's mainstream and sellout bands.
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Crash diet gives us another great release! I am totally impressed with this band since I found them awhile back. Really sorry I didn't find them sooner. They write some very cool catchy songs. They mix it up well with there really raw Heavy Metal and Melodic Hard Rock. This band could have been in the 80's or early 90's and played with the best of them. I wish the U.S. radio would catch onto cool bands like these guys instead of the garbage they like to play.If I was to explain there music it's kinda like Sleeze Beeze, Shotgun Messiah, L.A. Guns and out of the newer Heavy Metal/Hard Rock would be similar to some of Kissin' Dynamite. Very cool band. I have played them to a few people and they all really like them now. Worth checking out.
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Generation Wild is the third album (excluding a self-released EP) from Swedish sleaze rockers Crashdiet, and the first to feature new vocalist Simon Cruz. Crashdiet, of course, is one of the brightest stars in the very talented new wave of Swedish sleaze rock, which also includes bands like Hardcore Superstar, Nasty Idols and Babylon Bombs.

Honestly, it may not be fair to call something so polished and melodic "sleaze" rock. Crashdiet obviously takes inspiration from Motley Crue and the whole `80s Hollywood hair metal sound, but they give it a heavy dose of Swedish melody and precision for and end result that's completely rockin' and completely irresistible. This band was awesome to begin with, but Simon Cruz's voice is a fantastic addition to the band's sound. He sounds like a rock hero from the `80s, giving the band an added measure of melody and power.

Generation Wild is a fantastic album from start to finish. Not only is it the strongest overall album that Crashdiet has ever recorded, it's also an album that puts most challengers to shame. Honestly, Motley Crue should listen to this and either step up their game or just walk away. If you're already down with bands like Hardcore Superstar, Reckless Love and Crazy Lixx, you don't need me to tell you to check out what Crashdiet has to offer. If you're the kind of rock fan who still spins your old Crue, Ratt and Skid Row albums, discovering this band will seem like a blast from the past.
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Another band from that land of flowing melodies, loud guitars, and catchy hooks - Sweden! Crashdiet isn't for everyone. Many classify this as a sleaze rock recording, and I agree with that to a point. But musically, Crashdiet is more like that bands out of LA in the mid to late 80's. There is some coarseness and sleaze that can be attributed to the lyrics and the antics of Simon Cruz (and all the other band members for that matter), but there are some good melodies and good fist pumping tunes on this release that I wouldn't associate with sleaze at all. If this was release in 1988 or 1989, these guys would have ruled the charts with tunes like "Generation Wild", or "Down with the Dust". All in all, it is a good release. The only thing keeping me from giving it five stars is that there are a couple of tunes that turn me off. Otherwise, it is worth it.
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