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Girls Girls Girls Enhanced

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  • Audio CD (April 15 2003)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Enhanced
  • Label: Universal Music Group
  • ASIN: B00008OLIE
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Audio Cassette  |  LP Record
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars 40 customer reviews
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1. Wild Side
2. Girls, Girls, Girls
3. Dancing on Glass
4. Bad Boy Boogie
5. Nona Listen
6. Five Years Dead
7. All in the Name of...
8. Sumthin' for Nuthin'
9. You're All I Need
10. Jailhouse Rock [Live]
11. Girls, Girls, Girls [Tom Werman and Band Intro] [Rough Mix] [Instrumental]
12. Wild Side [Rough Mix] [Instrumental]
13. Rodeo
14. Nona [Demo Idea 2] [Instrumental]
15. All in the Name Of [Live in Moscow] [Bonus Track]
16. Girls, Girls, Girls [Video] [Bonus Track]

Product Description

2003 digitally remastered and expanded edition including five bonus audio tracks plus the video to 'Girls Girls Girls'. 1987 album from the L.A. Heavy Metal band including the hits 'Wild Side' and 'Girls Girls Girls'.

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Format: Audio CD
"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.
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Motley Crue's 1987 album, "Girls, Girls, Girls" is by far one of their greatest albums ever. The album is louder and heavier than their previous album, 1985's "Theatre of Pain." The riffs Mick and Nikki came up with for this album are just unbelievable, Tommy's drum beats have never been better and Vince's vocals are phenomenal. The album consists some of Motley Crue's greatest songs to date. From the beginning of the album to the end, the album is undoubtably fantastic.
The opener, "Wild Side" is an excellent opener to the album and is definately a Crue classic that'll make you rock all night long. It's extremely heavy and the lyrics are great. The song is wild as in the title. Then we go to the next song. THE SONG OF 1987! It's the Crue's very own "Girls, Girls, Girls." This is probably Motley Crue's greatest song of their career and is definately a Crue anthem. The lyrics are genius and the riff Mick came up with for this track is excellent. This album gives you two Crue classics back to back. What else could you ask for?
If you want to rock the night away then "Bad Boy Boogie" is the perfect choice. This song is sort of a "Wild Side" Part II. It's heavy, and is a great rocker. The next track is "Nona" which is a short instrumental piece with some lyrics that Nikki Sixx dedicated to his grandmother that passed away just before the album's release. It's a pretty emotional tune that can make the sensitive people cry. Then go to "All in the Name of..." which is another semi-anthem. The chorus line goes like, "All in the name of, All in the name of...ROCK!" It's the perfect song for any rock fanatic.
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The Crue stood out among the crop of LA hair-metal bands that appeared in the early 80's because they were a heavy metal band posing as a glam rock band (As opposed to those glam rock bands posing as heavy metal). Don't let the title of the album fool you. "Girls Girls Girls", perhaps the Crue's defining moment, is an album for disaffected youth. Like Guns N' Roses "Appetite for Destruction" it paints a portrait of life on the fringes of LA society, a life that Vince, Tommy and the boys knew all too well. "Wildside" and "Five Years Dead" are stark street anthems that precede the ganster rap of the early 90's. "Dancin' on Glass" is a haunting paen to heroin addiction. And "You're All I Need" is an eerie ballad from the point of view of a man who has murdered his lover. With lyrics like Laid out cold/Now we're both alone/But killing you/Helped keep you at home/ it stands out among the myriad of power ballads that saturated the airwaves of the day. Of course, the album contains the standard party tracks. The title track, "Bad Boy Boogie", "Sumthin' For Nuthin'" and a blistering rendition of "Heartbreak Hotel" stand the test of time as alcohol soaked party anthems.
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'Too Fast For Love' is the practise session for 'Shout At The Devil'. This and 'Theatre Of Pain' are the practise sessions for 'Dr. Feelgood'. Thats the way I look at it, but dont' be dismayed, this album is much superior to 'Theatre'.
Motley Crue have had an interesting career. When they did good albums, they did VERY good albums. When they did bad albums they suffered from the whole "hit single, but the rest of the album sucks" factor. 'Too Fast' and 'Theatre' pretty much fall into this category.
This one though is far more rock orientated than it's predecessor. It ain't 'Appetite For Destruction'. Nevertheless it has some good catchy riffs and isn't that all that matters?
The album is uneven though. Half of it is great, the other half you'll just skip. Personal taste maybe, but the filler here isn't up to the quality of stuff on 'Dr. Feelgood'. The first two tracks are classics though. Everyone should know 'Wild Side', as for 'Girls, Girls, Girls' - that song is pretty much what rock n roll is all about... 'All In The Name Of...' is also a very good blues style rock song. The live 'Jailhouse Rock' is actually very cool for a cover. Covering the Elvis classic may sound like the most ludicrous idea in the world, but the Crue make the song very distinctive to them. It sounds basically like one long, completely over the top, epic, guitar solo. There's not a break in the entire thing. The rest of the songs are simply okay including the ballad 'You're All That I Need' - which despite a so-so riff, scores top marks for concept (ballad about killing your wife? Hey can't be that bad).
The inclusion of the unreleased track 'Rodeo' was a very good idea. Unreleased tracks usually remain unreleased for a reason.
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