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4.0 out of 5 stars A must for all Crue fans
For British Motley Crue fans deprived of the New Tatoo tour which did not leave the United States owning this video is highly recommended.
The Salt Lake City concert is packed with classics such as Dr Feelgood as well as the superb tracks on the New Tattoo album, while the band are clearly not at their peak and minus Tommy Lee they still deliver a stunning rock...
Published on 31 Oct. 2001 by benhorandi@hotmail.com

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2.0 out of 5 stars Bring Back T-Bone.
When I heard that the Crue had released their first ever live DVD, I couldn't wait to get it. I had the privilege of seeing the Crue at the start of their Dr Feelgood Tour way back in November 1989 and I as looking forward to seeing The Crue play live again. I was to be disappointed.
Vince should sit down and learn all the words to the songs. He misses words out on...
Published on 3 Jan. 2003 by Craig Bentham


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4.0 out of 5 stars A must for all Crue fans, 31 Oct. 2001
For British Motley Crue fans deprived of the New Tatoo tour which did not leave the United States owning this video is highly recommended.
The Salt Lake City concert is packed with classics such as Dr Feelgood as well as the superb tracks on the New Tattoo album, while the band are clearly not at their peak and minus Tommy Lee they still deliver a stunning rock performance to rival any current rock band, Vince Neil is still a Class A singer and entertainer.
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2.0 out of 5 stars Bring Back T-Bone., 3 Jan. 2003
When I heard that the Crue had released their first ever live DVD, I couldn't wait to get it. I had the privilege of seeing the Crue at the start of their Dr Feelgood Tour way back in November 1989 and I as looking forward to seeing The Crue play live again. I was to be disappointed.
Vince should sit down and learn all the words to the songs. He misses words out on all of the faster tracks and some of the slower ones.
Mick is still Mick and Nikki is still as cool as ever. However I miss Tommy behind the drums. Motley Crue is Vince, Nikki, Tommy and Mick. It's just not the same without Tommy.
In my opinion they should have released a concert from their earlier days, maybe from the Girls,Girls,Girls Tour in 1987.
The Crue still rock, but not as hard as they once did.
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4.0 out of 5 stars The Crue are BACK!!, 31 Aug. 2002
I've been a Crue fan since "Girls, Girls, Girls". In more recent years they've tried a grunge album (Cr*p. It just didn't work), & a punk album (ok, but it wasn't THE Crue). Now the Crue are back - & they've got it right. Don't do a grunge album, don't do a punk album. Do a Motley Crue album!! I've been away from the Crue since "Decade Of Decadance" in 1991. With this live DVD (& the "New Tattoo" CD) the Crue are back good & proper. Oh yes. It's a cross between "Shout At The Devil" & "Dr Feelgood". Yes - Vince does seem to miss out a few words during "Kickstart My Heart" & "Dr Feelgood", & there seems to be some kind of background noise on Mick's guitar on "Girls, Girls, Girls", but a Crue gig never has been squeaky clean, It's down & dirty Rock n Roll - just the way Motley Crue should be. Vince says the F word about twenty times, there's new sexy backing singers, the Crue Sluys (anyone who remembers Nasty Habits will known what I mean. Oh yeah) One thing I noticed is this video does make you notice the age differences in the band members. Nikki & Vince strut their 30something pretending to be 20something Rockstar poses - & look cool. Mick looks like a 60 year old skeleton dressed all in black, big boots & his Heavy Metal skull t-shirt (come on Mick its 2002 - your a rock star - please act like one!). Samantha spins those sticks & knocks hell out of that drumkit looking a sexy 22. She is as good a visually spectacular drummer as Tommy was. Nice DVD extra's a promo video for "Hell On High Heels" (a rock anthem - something no band has done for over 10 years), big sing along chorus, & screaming guitar solos. Some behind the scenes footage & a lost song from the 1st recording sessions. The Crue are back. Oh man....I've missed you guys!
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3.0 out of 5 stars Come on guys, you can do better than this!!, 29 April 2002
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A somewhat dissapointing first foray into the live concert DVD world for the Crue. I cant say I havent been waiting eagerly for this but still I am disappointed. So what exactly is the problem with this then? Its not the absence of original drummer Tommy Lee, or even of his replacement Randy Castillo (Samantha Maloney of Hole fills in perfectly). Its not that its too full of material from the New Tattoo album it seeks to promote (only three tracks from their new album with the rest being all their biggest and best hits). The problem is simple. Motley Crue are not the musicians they used to be. Here is one of the worlds best bands whose playing has really fallen to club level. Sure Nikki Sixx has all the attitude and volume you would expect from him. Sure Mick Mars shows yet again what a talented guitarist he is, but as a band they simply do not work well together. Their changes from one song to another are some of the worst ive heard, and the change in timing during Dont go Away Mad is quite frankly terrible. Vince Neil's vocals also disappoint, with him showing little effort to display the range which he is capable of, and choosing to miss out as many words as he sings, particularly in the more energetic songs such as Dr Feelgood and Kickstart my Heart. In fact, Samantha Maloney seems the most rehearsed of the band. This is a real shame as the energy is, by and large, still there and the hits speak for themselves, with the new songs actually played better than those theyve had 10-15 years practice playing. Theyre taking a break before the new album and I would suggest they take this time to refamiliarise themselves with their music and before the next tour commit themselves to serious rehearsing and then come back and give us the kind of show to make us realise why we love them.
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5.0 out of 5 stars The Best at Their Best, 24 Feb. 2007
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This review is from: Motley Crue: Lewd, Crued, And Tattooed [DVD] (DVD)
The new material from their recent greatest hits collection 'Red, White and Crue', proved that after twenty-something years on the rock circuit, Motley Crue have still got it, and this DVD showcases their ability greatly. From opener 'Kickstart My Heart' to an encore of 'White Punks On Dope' and 'Shout at the Devil', the Crue rock their way through the countless hits that made them superstars. But one cannot expect the bad boys of rock and roll to be tame: Motley do not merely play a concert for their fans - the put on a full blown stage show - the stage literally 'lights up' during 'SATD' and 'Wild Side' is accompanied by an incredible fireworks display. Alright so the band may be sans makeup, costumes and most notably Tommy Lee on drums but it's the music that counts - and it is certainly at it's best here. 'A Definite Must' does not convey the feeling strongly enough.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Good to see the Crue going Live on DVD, 17 Dec. 2010
I really enjoyed this DVD....I not a masssive Motley Crue fan, in that I've found some of their studio albums poor....
But when it comes to the Live concerts they do up their game, the energy is there....
Sam Maloney does a real good job on drums and really has done her homework and is Tommy to a T....
Vince voice holds out most of the time.....The backing girls are a bit showbiz...but hold some of the songs together...
Micky isn't going to rush around the stage...but he's still got the licks.... if not the look....
Nikki's still the showman......playing to the crowd....
Its probably because the DVD track listing mirrors most of the tracks I like and I was suprise at how well
Samantha Maloney did as a replacement...that I've given this a 5 star....
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5.0 out of 5 stars What we've all been waiting for, 6 Dec. 2001
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At last, for those of us who never got to see them in concert, a live DVD.
The concert itself is what you'd expect, very good, especially vocalist Vince Neil's story of the stand in drummers initiation into the band, although his singing is a bit of a hit and miss affair!
The extras on this DVD are a biyt of a balencing act too. The behind the scenes footage is good though, although it could be a bit longer (or is that just greedy?)
Overall, well worth the money, but if this is your first introduction to the Crue, it might put you off a little.
But for hardened fans?
A godsend
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2.0 out of 5 stars Not the original crue!, 5 Nov. 2010
When I saw that Mötley Crüe had finally come out with a live dvd i was estatic and could not wait to see it! but then when i finally got it and popped it into my dvd player I can to see that one vital part of the band was missing: sitting behind the drums was some chick, not tommy lee!!!!

I don't get why this concert was chosen to be released. They should have picked one where all the members are actually playing and i would have preferred one from the older days!
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5.0 out of 5 stars Cool, 9 Mar. 2015
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This review is from: Motley Crue: Lewd, Crued, And Tattooed [DVD] (DVD)
Awesome Concert DVD. Samantha Maloney Who Fills In For Randy Castillo Is Killer On The Skins. Crue Forever Baby ! .
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4.0 out of 5 stars Great concert let down by Vince, 12 May 2005
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This review is from: Motley Crue: Lewd, Crued, And Tattooed [DVD] (DVD)
This would have been the best concert DVD that I own (Nikki, Mik and Samantha are all amazing) if it wasn't for the incredibly poor vocal ability of Vince on this recording. He can't seem to keep up with the faster songs and sometimes slurs the words as if he doesnt know them. Apart from that the slower tracks like Home Sweet Home and Don' Go Away Mad are both brilliant. This is a must buy DVD
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