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Motley Crue
Motley Crue
Motley Crue
Genres: Pop, Rock, Metal
 
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Japanese only SHM-CD (Super High Material CD - playable on all CD players) paper sleeve pressing. Universal. 2008.

      
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All Artists: Motley Crue
Title: Motley Crue
Members Wishing: 2
Total Copies: 0
Label: Universal Japan
Original Release Date: 1/1/2008
Re-Release Date: 6/25/2008
Album Type: Import
Genres: Pop, Rock, Metal
Style: Pop Metal
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1

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Japanese only SHM-CD (Super High Material CD - playable on all CD players) paper sleeve pressing. Universal. 2008.

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Member CD Reviews

John E. (jenglis3) from COVENTRY, RI
Reviewed on 6/6/2010...
An incredibly diverse listen and the best album recorded under the crue moniker since shout at the devil. While Dr Feelgood was to busy succumbing to the radio trends of the late 80's (one needs to listen to only "same old situation" to realize this, easily the crues most boring single ever) the self titled album doesnt constrain itslef to anything they did in the past and its quite obvious they dont give a f*ck about the past. Sixx's lyrics intertwine perfectly with Corabi's and he shouts them with enough conviction to make your hair not only stand on edge but quite possibly jump off your head. The thunderous "Power to the Music" lets you know exactly where this band stands, while "Uncle Jack" takes on pedophilia in a disturbingly personal light.Other stand outs include the party hearty "Poison Apples" in which Corabi sounds like he's been with this band since day one spitting out the lyric "took a greyhoud bus down to heartattack and vine with a fist full of dreams and dimes" Overall he has a much more interesting delivery than Neil and his rhythm guitar compliments some of Micks best playing ever.Period.Basically if youre judging this album as any other motley album don't cuz I'm sorry, the truth is it's much better.
Drew V. from POWNAL, ME
Reviewed on 6/23/2007...
This is the BMG release

CD Reviews

The best that they could do considering changing tastes in R
Will | 03/11/2010
(3 out of 5 stars)

"Vince Neil left this band in the early 90's, and despite conflicting stories surrounding his departure (Did he quit? Was he fired?), the band made it a point to get a new singer and carry on.

The result is a somewhat uneven album of dark, heavy music propelled by the razor sharp production of Bob Rock. It is by far Motley Crue's heaviest release.

When this came out in 1994, I was dissapointed, but in hindsight, 15 years later, I can appreciate the complexity of the release. I give credit to Nikki and Tommy for carrying on with a more "Modern" sounding vocalist, as opposed to going the easy way out and hiring a Hair Metal/Glam singer. The band was definitely between a rock and a hard place in 1994, because at the time Heavy Metal was dead and they needed to shake things up.

This album ended up being a flop and the brought VInce back a few years later. Had they recorded another album with Vince Neil instead of Curabi, it would have also been a commerical disaster. A No-win situation for The Crue."
Pretty good
Peter D. Griffin | 03/15/2010
(3 out of 5 stars)

"I actually think that this singer is better than Vince. I know that is most likely an unpopular opinion, but there it is. But on the other hand, I think that the band as a whole wrote better songs more consistantly on other albums."