a typical slice of grunge songwriting that was so common in the mid to late nineties - big distorted riffs coupled with discordant guitar lines and melodic vocal melodies
Generator (1992) is an acclaimed album by the punk rock band Bad Religion. This is the first album with drummer Bobby Schayer, who replaced Pete Finestone. Generator is considered the band's most ambitious and mature effort to date, slowing tempos on songs like "The Answer" and "No Direction," and experimenting with darker lyrics and, on "Two Babies in the Dark," bluesy guitar work.
"Generator" is a Foo Fighters song, released as a single in 2000 in Australia only and also released as a limited edition single of 20,000 copies only in Europe. It is also available on their third album There Is Nothing Left to Lose. The song has a notable amount of chorus work implemented by Dave Grohl using a talkbox.