Quaternary (EP)


Quaternary (EP)

Infobox Album | Name = Quaternary
Type = EP
Artist = Mötley Crüe


Released = 1994
Recorded = ?
Genre = Heavy Metal
Length = 18:55
Label = Elektra
Producer = Bob Rock
Reviews =
Last album = "Mötley Crüe"
(1994)
This album = "Quaternary"
(1994)
Next album = "Generation Swine"
(1997)

"Quaternary" is an EP by the heavy metal band Mötley Crüe, released in 1994. The EP, which was initially going to be titled Leftovers, was made available as a mail-in offer for purchasers of the self-titled album Mötley Crüe in a limited quantity of 20,000 copies. The EP features one song from each member of the band ("Planet Boom" - Tommy Lee, "Bittersuite" - Mick Mars, "Father" - Nikki Sixx, and "Friends" - John Corabi), along with the song "Babykills" which is performed by the entire band.

This release has since gone out of print. Songs 1-3 and 7 were reissued on the "Supersonic and Demonic Relics" compilation in 1999, Songs 1-2 were featured on the "Red, White & Crüe" compilation in 2005, and all the tracks were made available on "" boxset compilation in 2004.

"Planet Boom" was later released on the soundtrack for Tommy Lee's then-wife Pamela Anderson's movie Barb Wire, though the song was credited to Tommy Lee only, and the title was changed to "Welcome to Planet Boom". A video was also released for this song around the same time as the movie's release.

Track listing

# "Planet Boom" (Tommy Lee) – 3:49 - Produced by Lee & Rock
# "Bittersuite" (Mick Mars) – 3:17 - Produced by Mars & Rock
# "Father" (Nikki Sixx) – 3:58 - Produced by Sixx & Rock
# "Friends" (John Corabi) – 2:28 - Produced by Corabi & Rock
# "Babykills" (Corabi, Lee, Mars, Sixx) – 5:23 - Produced by Rock
# "10.000 Miles Away" (Corabi, Lee, Mars, Sixx)
# "Hooligan's Holiday" (extended holiday version) (Corabi, Lee, Mars, Sixx)
# "Hammered" (demo) (Corabi, Lee, Mars, Sixx)
# "Livin' in the Know" (demo) (Corabi, Lee, Mars, Sixx)Tracks 6-9 are Japanese bonus tracks

Credits

*John Corabi - lead vocals, rhythm guitar, keyboards
*Mick Mars - guitar, backing vocals
*Nikki Sixx - bass, backing vocals
*Tommy Lee - drums
* Bob Rock - producer


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