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Bitter Pill - Motley Crue

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Who else loves this song?

It’s absolutely fantastic! This should be added to the set!
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I liked it. I also liked If I Die Tomorrow. (I know they did not write that though)
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I thought it was a cool song, but I’m not sure that I would consider it setlist worthy. Was the closest thing they have written that sounds like it could be on the TFFL album in many years. Although with their setlist being virtually unchanged since the “farewell” tour, I might choose to hear Brandon live over Same Ol Situation or Don’t Go Away Mad at this point.
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Good song!
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Velvis wrote: Fri Oct 13, 2023 7:12 pm I liked it. I also liked If I Die Tomorrow. (I know they did not write that though)
Love both.
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gtrjay wrote: Sat Oct 14, 2023 8:58 am
Velvis wrote: Fri Oct 13, 2023 7:12 pm I liked it. I also liked If I Die Tomorrow. (I know they did not write that though)
Love both.
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"Enslaved" was pretty good too. Those new songs on the '98 Greatest Hits had the sound and vibe people would've been happy with on Generation Swine. Unfortunately, they figured it out a year too late.

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Mister Freeze wrote: Sat Oct 14, 2023 10:33 am "Enslaved" was pretty good too. Those new songs on the '98 Greatest Hits had the sound and vibe people would've been happy with on Generation Swine. Unfortunately, they figured it out a year too late.

Like HMZ would say, agreed there.
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It was on my local rock radio station for a short while after it first came out, and I thought it was just “okay” then. It still is, but it’s far from the worst song they’ve ever recorded. I’ll gladly listen to it if it comes up on shuffle or I’m in a big mood for it, anyway.
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I liked both the two new songs on the 98 Greatest Hit package. Better than anything they have done since. Hell, better than pretty much anything they have done since 89! Primal Scream is the only better song post 89.
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Mister Freeze wrote: Sat Oct 14, 2023 10:33 am "Enslaved" was pretty good too. Those new songs on the '98 Greatest Hits had the sound and vibe people would've been happy with on Generation Swine. Unfortunately, they figured it out a year too late.

Agreed!
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What a great song!
Vince's voice shines here!

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Bitter Pill is a great song but the demo was better.
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