Vince Neil - Exposed (Japan Edition) (1993)

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Vince Neil - Exposed (Japan Edition) (1993)

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Vince Neil - Exposed (Japan Edition) (1993)

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Year : 1993 (Japan Edition)
Style : Sleaze Glam Hard Rock
Country : United States
Audio : 320 kbps + all scans + Videos
Size : 246 mb


Bio:

Vincent Neil Wharton (born February 8, 1961) is an American musician. He is best known as the lead vocalist of heavy metal band Mötley Crüe, but he has also released material as a solo artist. Neil served time in prison after being convicted of vehicular manslaughter in the 1984 death of Hanoi Rocks drummer Nicholas "Razzle" Dingley.Neil was discovered while performing with his band Rock Candy and joined Mötley Crüe in 1981. The newly-formed band was seeking a lead vocalist and were impressed by Neil after seeing him perform live at drummer Tommy Lee's suggestion. Lee had known Neil in high school and thought the vocalist's image would fit well with the new band. With Mötley Crüe, Neil made his recording debut with the band's 1981 debut album Too Fast for Love.The band's next album, 1983's Shout at the Devil, brought Mötley Crüe to international stardom, and a string of hit releases throughout the decade established the band as one of the most popular rock acts in the world. Producer Tom Werman, who produced much of Mötley Crüe's material in the 1980s, has said that Neil is the least artistic and least involved in the creative process of all the band members.Following the release of Mötley Crüe's 1991 greatest hits album Decade of Decadence 81-91, Neil and the band parted ways. Neil's drinking was beginning to affect his ability to perform, and after he failed to show up for a band rehearsal on February 10, 1992, Sixx, Lee and Mars agreed that the vocalist was "holding us back". At the time, the band blamed Neil's race car driving in the Indy Lights circuit as the reason for the decision, releasing a statement that read "Race car driving has become a priority in Neil's life. His bandmates felt he didn't share their determination and passion for music." Prior to his firing, Sixx says the band was open with him that they were considering a new lead vocalist, with Sixx telling him "We are down here working, and we want to be here. This isn't going to happen if you don't want to be here and we have to force you out of bed every afternoon because you've been out all night drinking." Lee accused him of failing to contribute to the creative process and Neil stormed out, and his firing was announced to the public four days later.Exposed was Neil's first solo album and was released in 1993. The album debuted at #13 on the Billboard charts.The album featured Steve Stevens (who 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.Pornographic film actress Janine Lindemulder can be seen in the video for the second single "Sister of Pain". The fourth single for which a video was produced, "Can't Have Your Cake", featured actress Pamela Anderson, and Neil's son Neil Wharton, who portrayed a young Vince Neil.In September 1995, Neil released Carved in Stone, an industrial-oriented album produced by the Dust Brothers. The album was recorded and was put on hold while Neil was dealing with the illness of his daughter Skylar. The album charted at #139 on the Billboard 200.The song "Skylar's Song" was released as a single for the album. The album sold fewer than 100,000 copies in the US, and Neil's contract with Warner Bros. Records eventually came to an end. The album was re-released in 2004.Vince Neil on stage with Mötley Crüe in 2007...Vince Neil has toured his solo band, which consisted of Slaughter members Jeff Blando and Dana Strum, as well as drummer Zoltan Chaney.The band came back into the spotlight after their Behind the Music episode aired on VH1 in December 1998 and became the highest-rated in the series. A DVD was issued with ten extra minutes of footage in December 1999.By 1997, Neil's solo career and Mötley's fortunes were declining, so the four reunited that year."They admitted they couldn't do it without me", he recalled, "and I wasn't selling records the way Mötley Crüe had."They released Generation Swine, which debuted at #4 on the Billboard charts. Tension soon erupted, however, this time prompting Tommy Lee to leave. The other members replaced him with Randy Castillo and recorded New Tattoo in 2000. The renewed band went on hiatus when Castillo died from cancer in 2002.Mötley's fortunes got a boost when Neil and Lee put aside their differences to tour in support of the 2005 compilation Red, White & Crüe. Dubbed Carnival of Sins, the tour featured acrobats, fire breathers and a midget as part of the overall circus atmosphere the band created.In 2008, Mötley Crüe released the album Saints of Los Angeles, featuring all the original members.Neil released his third solo album, Tattoos & Tequila, in 2010, his first solo release in seven years, following the live album Live at the Whisky: One Night Only in 2003. The album is a soundtrack to the book Neil released in the same year, "Tattoos & Tequila: To Hell and Back with One of Rock's Most Notorious Frontmen". Each song on the album corresponds with a chapter in the book.Neil contributed a cover of Japanese rock band L'Arc~en~Ciel's song "Blurry Eyes" to their 2012 tribute album.Following their 2014 and 2015 final world tour, Neil confirmed on September 13, 2018 that Mötley Crüe had reformed and plans to release new music.In November 2016, Neil revealed that he had been contacted and was scheduled to play with his own band at the Inauguration of Donald Trump in Washington D.C. on January 20, 2017. "I don't know how long I have to play. I don't know if the Republican Party says which (songs) to play and what not to do," said Neil.

Album:

Exposed is the debut solo album of Mötley Crüe frontman Vince Neil following his exit from Mötley Crüe in 1992. The album was released in 1993 and it reached No. 13 on the US Billboard 200 chart.The album was recorded at the Record Plant in 1992. Vince titled the album Exposed because he thought of the album as his moment in the spotlight, no longer being a member of Mötley Crüe.Vince's manager, Bruce Bird, died of a brain aneurysm during the recording. Vince later hired Burt Stein.Vince Neil, together with then manager Bruce Bird and Jack Blades, originally approached long time friend and ex-Ozzy bassist Phil Soussan to help him write the album and put a band together. Soussan left his then current band Beggars & Thieves and wrote several tracks with Neil of which 5 were included on the album. The original line-up was to have featured Adrian Vandenberg of Whitesnake and Manic Eden on guitar but a switch was made at the last minute, at Warner Bros. recommendation, and Steve Stevens was hired. The former Billy Idol guitarist and Atomic Playboys founder, claims to have subsequently played all bass and guitar tracks on Exposed. During the final recording process, Soussan left the band after differences with Stevens, who had insisted on wanting to play bass on the album. Robbie Crane was then switched from rhythm guitar to bass, Dave Marshall was hired as rhythm guitarist and Vikki Foxx continued to play drums.The band's first show was played at the Roxy under the name "Five Guys From Van Nuys". The band eventually went on tour, opening for Van Halen on their 1993 tour promoting their live album and the biggest gig was in Canada at Molson Park north of Toronto playing on the same bill with Van Halen and Kim Mitchell on Canada Day July 1, 1993 to over 50,000 fans.In an interview conducted with Metal Sludge, Robbie Crane said that he left the band after getting into a fight and punching Neil.[4] On that occasion, the band musicians had missed a show due to a broken down bus, and Neil had to perform with members of other bands (Slaughter and Warrant), and the two got into a heated exchange when Crane arrived at the venue. Crane said that he hit a drunken Neil, causing Neil to hit and cut his head open on a spike on the ground.Crane also said that Foxx was fired from the band after stealing equipment.The album includes Neil's debut solo single "You're Invited (But Your Friend Can't Come)". The song exists in two versions; the first of which was included on the soundtrack to the Les Mayfield movie Encino Man - a music video was released for this version featuring a cameo from Pauly Shore. The track was rerecorded for the album with Billy Idol guitarist Steve Stevens.Also included is a cover of "Set Me Free" from the Sweet’s Desolation Boulevard, and the Soussan/Neil ballad "Forever", dedicated to the latter's wife Sharise, who filed for divorce from Neil earlier that year. At the end of the song is a few seconds of silence, followed by a little girl's voice saying "Oh no!" – this is Vince's late daughter Skylar.Pornstar Janine Lindemulder can be seen in the video for the second single "Sister of Pain". The video for the third single, "Can't Change Me", was filmed at the Record Plant. The video for the fourth single, "Can't Have Your Cake", featured the then up-and-coming Pamela Anderson, and the singer's son Neil Wharton, who portrayed a young Vince Neil in the video.Neil recorded two bonus tracks for the Japanese edition: "Blondes (Have More Fun)" and the Ramones’ cover "I Wanna Be Sedated"."The Last Goodbye",cowritten with Todd Meagher, was pulled from the album at the last minute due to a dispute between Meagher and Neil that culminated in a brawl at the Roxbury on Sunset Strip. The song was a ballad, about Neil's split from Mötley."Exposed did well... and I'm sure the record that Mötley Crüe did without me was also very good," Neil said in 2000, "but my solo record wasn't Mötley Crüe and theirs wasn't either. The magic just wasn't there."

Line Up:

Vince Neil – lead and backing vocals, vibra slap, tuba - See also: Mötley Crüe, ex-Hear 'n Aid, ex-Rockandi
Steve Stevens – all guitars, bass guitar
Vikki Foxx – drums, percussion
Dave Marshall – rhythm guitar (credited, but does not appear)
Robbie Crane – bass guitar (credited, but does not appear)

Additional musicians:

Robbie Buchanan - keyboards
Tommy Funderburk, Timothy B. Schmit, Donna McDaniel, Christina Nichols - backing vocals

Production:

Produced and Engineered by Ron Nevison
Recorded at Record Plant, Hollywood, CA and Canoga Park, CA
Mixed by Chris Lord-Alge at Image Recorders, Hollywood, CA
Art Direction/Design - Kim Champagne/Vince Neil
Photograhy - Guzman

Tracklist:

01. Look In Her Eyes
02. Sister Of Pain
03. Can't Have Your Cake
04. Fine, Fine Wine
05. The Edge
06. Can't Change Me
07. Set Me Free
08. Living Is A Luxury
09. You're Invited (But Your Friend Can't Come)
10. Gettin' Hard
11. Forever
12. Blondes Have More Fun (Bonus Track)
13. I Wanna Be Sedated (Bonus Track)

+ Video "Sister of Pain" (Official Video)
+ Video "You're Invited (But Your Friend Can't Come)" (Official Video)

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