Mötley Crüe Explicit Lyrics
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Mötley Crüe is Mötley Crüe's self-titled album released on March 15, 1994. It was the band's first and only album released with singer John Corabi, and was the first album of new material released by the band since their 1989 album, Dr. Feelgood.
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Mötley Crüe are set to re -release a limited quantity of their catalogue, having regained the rights to all their songs, after a long absence in the market place. Nikki Sixx, Mick Mars, Tommy Lee and Vince Neil , collectively Mötley Crüe, returned to the top of the charts with Saints of Los Angeles, their first studio album in a decade with the original line-up back in 2008 . Based on the band's New York Times bestseller The Dirt, the disc debuted at #1 on the Independent Album chart and was the top debut of the week on the Billboard Top 200 albums at #4. "Saints of Los Angeles," which was nominated for a Best Hard Rock Performance Grammy Award was also noted as the #1 Rock Song of the Year by iTunes critics. The band also started Crüe Fest in 2008, which was the most successful touring rock festival and the number ten tour overall (according to Rolling Stone), playing for nearly half a million rock fans throughout North America. This was swiftly followed by Crue Fest 2 in 2009, during which the band played the whole of the Dr Feelgood album every night in celebration of their 20th anniversary, this included a stand out show at Sonisphere festival in the UK last year. Mötley Crüe has sold more than 80 million album copies worldwide, including 25 million in the U.S.
Top Customer Reviews
Allegedly costing $2 million to make, this wonderful album has outstanding song writing (including lyrics), musicianship and performances. It is tight, right on the edge and breathlessly full on. A lot of the songs stick in your head, "Hooligans Holiday", "Uncle Jack" "Hammered", "Misunderstood" "Poison Apples", most of them in fact. But the best of all is "Til Death Do Us Part", a song which gave the album its working title until late in the process, and led to John Corabi tattooing it on his arm. It starts quietly but introduces a raw power grounded by a wonderfully skilful and measured drum part from Tommy Lee, and a guitar from Mick Mars that has poise, swagger, and constraint until it is unleashed in the chorus, like a growling lion from a cage, but still somehow chained. The song never stands still it is always twisting and turning, not too fast, not too slow, not a ballad as such but not a rocker. Just one of a kind and simply astonishing.
Would it have been even better with Vince Neil? No way dude. Vince has a different vocal range (higher) and could not have recorded these songs. The album they started to make with him in 1991 would have been quite different in the end. It is also a great regret that these songs won't be played live again, they would make an amazing show.Read more ›
Musically it's the best the Crüe has ever done in my opinion. It's no party record, like other albums, no sex and girls and that sort of thing. Thematically it's very dark.
But it's got balls, a lot! If you like your rock hard, give it a try. And if you always thought, the Crüe was pretty ok with Dr. Feelgood, but the rest was so so...try this cd.
The bonus tracks on this edition are also fine, and in style with the rest of the album.