Exposed is the debut solo album of former Mötley Crüe frontman Vince Neil following his exit from Mötley Crüe in 1992. The album was released in 1993 and it reached #13 on the US charts.
Exposed is the debut solo album of Mötley Crüe frontman Vince Neil, released in 1993. It reached #13 on the US charts.
The album featured Steve Stevens (former Billy Idol guitarist and Atomic Playboys founder, and who subsequently played all bass and guitar tracks on 'Exposed'), Dave Marshall, Robbie Crane, and Vik Foxx.The band eventually went on tour, opening for Van Halen.
The album includes a cover version of "Set Me Free" from the Sweet’s Desolation Boulevard album, as well as a ballad titled "Forever" which was dedicated to his wife Sharise, who filed for divorce from Neil earlier that. Neil also recorded two bonus tracks for the Japanese edition. These tracks include: "Blondes (Have More Fun)" and a cover of The Ramones’ "I Wanna Be Sedated".
Live at the Whisky: One Night Only is a live album by Vince Neil, lead vocalist of heavy metal band Mötley Crüe, recorded at the Whisky a Go Go. The album includes songs originally performed by Mötley Crüe. In the album's cover art, the nightclub's name is changed to "The Whisky".
Tattoos & Tequila is the third solo studio album by Mötley Crüe frontman Vince Neil. It is Neil's first solo release in 7 years since the live album Live at the Whisky: One Night Only in 2003 and the first solo studio album in 15 years since 1995's Carved in Stone. It is also his first solo studio album as the current lead singer of Mötley Crüe. The album is largely made up of covers of 1970s rock songs, with only a couple of original tracks thrown in: the title track "Tattoos & Tequila" (written by Marti Frederiksen) which was released as the first single, and "Another Bad Day" (written by Nikki Sixx, James Michael and Tracii Guns). Neil has stated: "This album has nothing to do with Motley Crue, Tattoos and Tequila is basically my life".
Carved in Stone is the second solo album by Mötley Crüe frontman Vince Neil and was released in 1995. Following this release Vince returned to Mötley Crüe in 1996. This is the last album to feature Robbie Crane on bass. It featured guitarist Brent Woods, who had previously played with Wildside and was later a touring guitarist for Warrant. Drummer Vik Foxx was also a touring member of Warrant, though not at the same time as Brent Woods. The album charted at #139 on The Billboard 200.
Neil Diamond's five-decade career as a singer, songwriter, and performer has certainly been a successful one by any standard. He’s sold well over 115 million records worldwide to date and has had eight number one singles ("Cracklin Rosie," "Song Sung Blue," "Desiree," "You Don't Bring Me Flowers," "Love on the Rocks," "America," "Yesterday's Songs," and "Heartlight"), and if he hasn't always generated the kind of critical respect he probably deserves, he’s been a steady and dependable artist who has managed to keep his large core audience happy. This 23-track set surveys the whole of Diamond's recording career, collecting his key and signature sides, beginning with his first hits for Bang Records in the mid-'60s through his commercial peak for Uni/MCA between 1968 and 1972, cuts from 1980’s The Jazz Singer (a soundtrack album that went platinum five times over on Capitol Records), and ending with tracks from Diamond's two Rick Rubin-produced albums, 2005’s 12 Songs and 2008’s Home Before Dark, on Columbia Records.