John Corabi Shares His Favorite Mötley Crüe Song From The Vince Neil Era

Former Mötley Crüe frontman John Corabi joined an interview with Knac.com and revealed one of his favorite Mötley Cüre tracks, which was performed by Vince Neil and released shortly before Neil left the band at the time.

As you probably know, Vince Neil left Mötley Crüe in 1992 due to his personal problems with his bandmates. It’s still unclear that whether he personally wanted to leave or he was fired even though Neil insisted that he was actually fired. After his deaperture, he was replaced by former Angora and the Scream singer John Corabi. Later on, Neil decided to focus on his solo musical career.

Mötley Crüe released their self-titled studio album with John Corabi, however, it was a commercial failure. The band later decided to reunite with Vince Neil in 1997 and released ‘Generation Swine.’ Then, it was rumored that after his disastrous concert with his solo band, Neil will be replaced once again by Corabi if he doesn’t get into shape until the Mötley Crüe Stadium tour.

In one of his previous posts, Corabi responded to the claims saying that this is not true and there is no ultimatum given by Nikki Sixx to Neil. In the recent interview he joined, Corabi revealed his absolute favorite Mötley song, ‘Primal Scream,’ which belongs to the Vince Neil era of the band. John stated that he actually loved the tune, the riff and the drumbeat of the song, which he also named as one of his favorite songs to perform live.

Corabi said in the interview that:

“I do have to say that, for me, one of my absolute favorite Mötley songs is ‘Primal Scream’. I love that tune, I love the riff, I love the drumbeat, everything about it. I loved performing that one live.”

You can listen to the song below.