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2003 digitally remastered and expanded edition including three bonus tracks. 1994 album from the L.A. Heavy Metal band, their only studio release to feature vocalist John Corabi who replaced Vince Neil in between his stints as frontman.
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But it did, and when the spring of '94 finally rolled around, and I picked up Motley Crue (self titled, no umlauts), I realized after only two listens that Motley Crue had gone from strength to strength. They had produced what was and still is their heaviest album, the most uncompromised, groovingest (is that a word?), serious piece of metal they'd ever done. Sabbathesque at times, this was one heavy album. John Corabi was in on vocals and rhythm guitar, adding new dimension to a band that now demanded to be taken seriously.
The problem was, no one did. I was working at a record store in '94 and I still remember that lonely stack of Motley Crue discs (sitting right next to a stack of David Lee Roth's Your Filthy Little Mouth) going unpurchased. If this album had come out in '94 by anyone else -- Stone Temple Pilots, Soundgarden -- it would have been a #1 smash hit and spawned at least 4 hit singles, no question. It didn't.
Originally just 12 tracks and now expanded to 15, the Motley Crue CD was heralded in by the grooving riff that was "Power To The Music". A simple song accented by some of the best drum fills ever on a Motley disc (expertly captured by Bob Rock), "Power To The Music" was a rallying cry, something that the fans could relate to. Especially when Corabi shouts, "Don't tell me to turn it down!" Lyrically this was not all that different from old Crue. Musically, it followed the path set out by "Primal Scream".Read more ›
You can't go into this album thinking Motley Crue, just imagine it is a whole different band. The songs are grittier, ballsy, and downright heavy. From the opening tune “Power To The Music” to the downright madness of “Hooligans Holiday”. This is an album I think every person who is “open” to different variations of bands should have. There is no glitz or glamour to these songs. Its straight up heavy rock and roll.
It’s very disappointing that this album was a huge flop. Fans that were still around would not accept this album, and it frustrates me because the quality of the music is great. It’s not like these songs are sloppy, confused or even awkward. They supposedly spent over a million dollars making this album with “Dr Feelgood” producer Bob Rock and had to cancel tour dates because people wouldn't accept this masterpiece. I just can’t accept that Motley Crue IS Vince Neil. This album proves that the guys in this band really are good musicians and can write great music that is very diverse, listen to “Misunderstood” if you don’t believe me.Read more ›
Anyway, don't be led to believe that MOTLEY CRUE is only for the hardcore fans, it's not just a great album, it's a MUST have for anyone who loves good angry blues-fed hard rock.
ong live the Crue and if you like Corabi check out his work with The Scream and Union
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simply put this cd rocks it's not the vince neil motley crue this cd is for fans of heavy guitar riffs profound lyrics and a no nonstop relentless pounding of the senses john... Read morePublished on March 5 2009 by Frank Conrad Johnson
I know that there are people who like this album and probably consider it to be one of the best albums from the band. Well, it's not. Read morePublished on July 21 2006 by Jason Hutton
This is the only Crüe album without Vince Neil on vocals. No disrespect to Vince, he's really great, but singer John Corabi is deeper-voiced, and that's part of what makes... Read morePublished on May 21 2005 by Motleymental
THIS IS NOT MOTLEY CRUE. THIS IS BY FAR, A MUCH MUCH BETTER BAND THAN MOTLEY CRUE WAS BEFORE THIS ALBUM. Read morePublished on Aug. 2 2004
In the early 1990s after the Dr. Feelgood tour was completed, Motley Crue parted ways with Vince Neil. His replacement was the talented John Corabi. Read morePublished on May 12 2004 by Sean Parauka
There's no doubt the early stuff was great , but when this album was recorded Hair bands were dieing & metal was in for a minute before grunge ruined music now everything is... Read morePublished on March 27 2004 by JOSEPH MORGANSTERN