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I went for Generation Wild

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Generation Wild on consistency.

 

My favs are on Rest In Sleaze

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Generation Wild

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Generation wild by a mile

 

Though my favourite song from these guys is probably California from the savage playground

 

Hope they find a new singer soon and start working on some new material as they are far too good to not be making music

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gw

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Easy......'Generation Wild' by a mile

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Yeah, definitely 'Generation wild,' but all good albums. Well, except 'Savage Playground.'

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The songs on Savage Playground are actually very good but rendered unlistenable by an unforgivingly bad production

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The songs on Savage Playground are actually very good but rendered unlistenable by an unforgivingly bad production

 

Sorry mate, I disagree. Definitely agree the production kills this to death, but the songs are definitely far weaker on this than probably any of the other 3 albums, including 'Unattractive revolution.'

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another vote for Generation Wild,just a real consistent cd

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The songs on Savage Playground are actually very good but rendered unlistenable by an unforgivingly bad production

Sorry mate, I disagree. Definitely agree the production kills this to death, but the songs are definitely far weaker on this than probably any of the other 3 albums, including 'Unattractive revolution.'

I really like these tracks and think they would be great with a production like Generation Wild

 

Change The World

Anarchy

California (excellent)

Circus

Sin City. (This is actually one of my fav Crashdiet songs)

Drinkin with you

Damaged Kid

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Sad thing is, not one of those song titles strikes up a memory in my head at all. I should listen to it again, but I (obviously) found it to be very forgettable.

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Sad thing is, not one of those song titles strikes up a memory in my head at all. I should listen to it again, but I (obviously) found it to be very forgettable.

Listen to 'Sin City' and imagine a generation wild production.

 

It really is a pretty great tune imo.

 

What i found live when these tunes were back to back through the same PA was that the SP tunes held up well.

 

Cocaine cowboys still sounded rubbish tho ;)

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In another thread about bands you like only having one good release I mentioned Crashdiet's Generation Wild.

 

From this poll my opinion seems to be confirmed as the truth.

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In another thread about bands you like only having one good release I mentioned Crashdiet's Generation Wild.

 

From this poll my opinion seems to be confirmed as the truth.

 

Not at all, friend. As someone pointed out in that thread, and I think a few of us here... it is the preferred album, but it's not to say the other albums are no good. I think many have said it's a close battle with the debut, and 'Unattractive Revolution' is a good album too.

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In another thread about bands you like only having one good release I mentioned Crashdiet's Generation Wild.

 

From this poll my opinion seems to be confirmed as the truth.

Not at all, friend. As someone pointed out in that thread, and I think a few of us here... it is the preferred album, but it's not to say the other albums are no good. I think many have said it's a close battle with the debut, and 'Unattractive Revolution' is a good album too.

Rest in Sleaze is just as good imo.

 

Day be day my fav album could swap.

 

Debut also has their best song :)

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I see this argument from 2 points of view....

For its time, for an album that burst onto the scene and that in essence revived a whole genre.... Rest In Sleaze was groundbreaking, and would hence get my vote from that angle.

For completeness and consistency I would probably say Generation Wild.

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Rest In Sleaze for me ...

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Generation Wild is the closest thing to perfect and Rest In Sleaze came second but there's quite a gap between those two as I recall

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Looks I'm in the minority here :D I went for Unattractive Revolution. Generation Wild is my #2. I personally just like Ollie better than Simon. Being a Reckless fan, I think it's cool hearing Ollie in this setup. And I haven't really listened to Rest in Sleaze much.

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Rest In Sleaze but Generation Wild is a very close second

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Rest In Sleaze by a mile.

Generation Wild second.

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