"Girls, Girls, Girls" was the best offering from the Crue during their drug-using days. It's not stellar, nor is it deserving of being placed in the same category as "Dr. Feelgood." In the 80's/early 90's, this album was one of the best around, but it doesn't hold as much weight today. It sounds rather dated, as a matter of fact. Don't mistake me, I loved this album back then and I still enjoy it today, but let's be honest folks, this album just doesn't have have what it takes to be considered an album for the ages. I gave it three stars for mass appeal, but I'll throw four stars at it if you are a hardcore Crue fan.
The one song that does deserve it's place in music history on this album is "Girls, Girls, Girls." It serves as the pinnacle of Motley Crue at there rowdiest and nastiest. It is unadulterated fun. It's offensive to a lot of folks and it just kicks tail.
Other good songs found here are "All in the Name of..," and "Wild Side." The Crue's cover of "Jailhouse Rock" does manage to give the listener an idea of what a live show is like, but that's about all. "You're All I Need" is one of the sickest "love" songs ever written. It shows how Nikki Sixx could take the weirdest love story ever and make a ballad out of it. It is truly unique.
In closing, buy this album if you are a true fan of the Crue or if you want to snag the album that put classy strip joints(if there is such a thing) on the map.