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Dr. Feelgood arrived as easily Motley Crue’s heaviest, most-focused record since their debut, Too Fast For Love. Producer Bob Rock knew how to play to the band’s strengths, having previously engineered Slippery When Wet for Bon Jovi and Permanent Vacation for Aerosmith. With Rock onboard, the riffs became beefier and the hooks became sweeter. The result was the Crue’s first and only #1 album, bolstered by the singles “Kickstart My Heart,” “Don’t Go Away Mad (Just Go Away),” and “Same Ol’ Situation (S.O.S.).” All are masterful blends of sugar and savagery, but the band was treading dangerously close to Poison territory, and it had always been a point of pride for hair metal’s original hell-raisers to differentiate themselves from the rest of the Sunset Strip pretty boys. The song that did that was “Dr. Feelgood,” which featured a monstrous riff and a sense of swing that rivaled Aerosmith’s prototypical “Back in the Saddle.” Even when the material becomes lightweight, Dr. Feelgood avoids the filler that marred so many of Motley’s previous albums, delivering knockout punch after knockout punch. Today the album stands not only as the fullest realization of hair metal’s potential, but as one of hard rock’s all-time great albums.

Customer Reviews

Motley Sobers Up

After the chaos of the "Girls Girls Girls" Tour, Motley seemed to be hell bent on destroying themselves. With a renewed passion for music and their first album recorded sober Motley bounced back with a solid album showing that with or without the dope, Motley could still Rock. Bob Rock is in his element here. He did a good job producing this album. His next mission would be to destroy Metallica's career. Bob should have stuck to producing bands like Motley and Bon Jovi. They are more suited to his abilities. He esentially turned Metallica into stadium ready mainstream rock,

Motley Crue Kick It!

This Is A Very Well Made Album, With Bob Rock Producing, It Punches You Right In The Face, Once The Action Kicks In With The Title Track, all The Way Through!...To Me, This Was The Last Real Crue Sounding Album, Till Now.....With "Saints of Los Angeles"

Oldies But Goodies

This is one of the best Motley albums out there. It's they're last and biggest album from they're prime (1981-1989). Even today if you listen, you'll try as hard as you can to sing those high pitched sreams and vocals along with Vince, Air guitar some riffs and solos with Mick, slap and bang anthing you can to jam with T-Bone, and Just plain rock it with Nikki. As you listen today, if you were around in the 80's you feel like a young rocker with, hair that's bigger than your ego, jeans tighter than you can imagine and all of the memorys from those insane concerts! But if your a new, younger listener like I was, you'll wonder, What Happened to music??? Why doesn't anything sound this great today??? If your a newer listener this is definatley the album to pick up, but get the rest too, because without the roots you loose that amazing sound from, too fast, and shout, and Theatre etc. One of the best albums of the 80's no question about it.


Formed: 1980 in Los Angeles, CA

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Mötley Crüe were undeniably one of the most popular hard rock/pop-metal acts of the 1980s. Combining the theatrics and glam of Kiss with the hard power pop hooks of Cheap Trick, the Crüe out-partied, out-rocked, and outsold most of their competition. The band even managed to hit the pop chart with frequency with hits like "Dr. Feelgood" and "Without You." The combination of larger-than-life personalities that made up the L.A. band was too volatile to remain stable; singer Vince Neil and drummer Tommy...
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